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Archive for January 11th, 2018
Santa Barbara County released a list with the names of the dead, who ranged from ages 3 to 89.
Trump made the comment during an Oval Office discussion of U.S. visa and immigration policies as he was meeting with a group of senators about a bipartisan plan pertaining to the DACA program.
The first notification from the National Weather Service hit more than 17,000 cellphones in the Montecito area at 2:32 a.m. Tuesday.
1.7 million members of the military must decide whether to opt-in to the new Blended Retirement System, which takes financial savvy they may not be prepared with.
The San Diego Republican and former chairman of the House oversight committee, played a key role in GOP-led probes of the Benghazi attacks and IRS targeting of conservative groups.
The controversial law permits U.S. intelligence to surveil Americans without a warrant when they are detected talking with foreigners overseas who were under surveillance.
The dull ache of overworked muscles is a familiar part of an athlete's daily grind. Many turn to a tool more commonly found in a garage than a gym. Here's what athletes — and medical professionals — have to say.
The Trump Administration is encouraging states to require "able-bodied" Medicaid recipients to work or volunteer in order to keep their health insurance coverage. Opponents argue that good health leads to the ability to hold down a job.
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What does a fictional, post-apocalyptic future sound like? That was the challenge for Mark Mangini and Theo Green for the sequel to Ridley Scott’s 1982 classic.
Guillermo del Toro (“The Shape of Water"), Greta Gerwig (“Lady Bird"), Christopher Nolan (“Dunkirk") and Jordan Peele (“Get Out”) reflect on their movies.
Hundreds of rescue workers are searching for bodies buried by debris in the Santa Barbara county’s Montecito.
The law allowing the U.S. government to collect emails and other information non-U.S. persons on foreign soil was extended this week in Congress as the House of Representatives passed legislation Thursday morning that continues government surveillance and information collection allowed under Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act for another six years.
When tasked with opening the first China bureau for the daily radio program “Marketplace,” reporter and correspondent Scott Tong realized that the changing landscape of the world’s largest populated country could be captured through the stories of five individuals: his family members.
In a major policy shift, the Trump administration said Thursday it is offering a path for states that want to impose work requirements on Medicaid recipients.
If you’re a student who’s racked up debt, since 2007 you’ve had the option of working in the public sector or for a non-profit for ten years to have your debt erased under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF).
The year 2017 was one where it seemed like almost every issue you could bring up was a political third rail.
The California Department of Transportation is working to clear waist-high mud, boulders and trees from 13 miles of the highway running through Montecito.
The California State University system is fighting back against Governor Brown's proposed 1.4% funding increase for the university's operating budget.
California has been devastated by severe weather patterns recently, raising concerns about the ability of the state's infrastructure to handle it
By mid-2019, California will have about $13.5 billion set aside for use in a recession. Given the state's size, however, how long would that money last?
It used to be California paradise. Now it's been plagued by death and destruction. Montecito resident Bob Ludwick reflects on what it will take to recover.
This week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas showed how cars are moving well beyond a means of getting around.