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Police Activities League Celebrates 20 Years

On April 12 at the Biltmore’s Coral Casino, more than 200 supporters of PAL, the Santa Barbara chapter of the Police Activities League, celebrated PAL’s 20th anniversary of “Connecting Cops, Kids, and…

The Hospital Built on Faith: ‘Proof to Me…

All his life Klaus-Dieter John has struggled with faith in God. His life of experimental faith not only confirms that he serves a miracle-working God, but it’s bringing a miracle to some of the…

10 Things to Know for Today

Among 10 Things to Know: Barr to discuss redacted report before lawmakers get a copy; North Korea says it tested new weapon, wants Pompeo out of talks; France to hold daylong tribute to Notre Dame…

Extinction Rebellion: trio charged over train…

Three charged over protest that halted DLR services, as climate action enters fourth dayThree people have been charged over an Extinction Rebellion protest in which activists climbed on top of a train…

Dragging Feet on Toilet-to-Tap in Montecito

The current five members of the Montecito Water Board ran as slate candidates in 2016 and 2108, and they won election largely on the promise of recycling treated wastewater for irrigation. A group of…

El Estero to Rebrand as Water Resource Center

A rose by any other name might famously smell as sweet, but what about a wastewater treatment facility? The City of Santa Barbara is about to find out. The City Council voted to rebrand its El Estero…

Colorado schools reopen as FBI examines teen…

Authorities want to ensure that a Florida teenager who was obsessed with the Columbine school shooting was acting alone as dozens of Denver-area schools plan to reopen following a region-wide hunt for…

Thursday briefing: Not quite the full Mueller

Washington on edge for release of report … how half of England is owned by 1% of population … and a forensic scientist on making sense of disaster and deathGood morning, I’m Warren Murray, and a note…

Bringing the Mojo Back to State Street

Nina Johnson, a high-ranking administrator at City Hall and a de facto social engineer, is hosting two party-like experiments this weekend to see what changes might help re-electrify State Street. To…