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Amazon invests in Santa Barbara’s TrackR

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UC Santa Barbara New Venture Competition breeds winners

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The winner of the 2016 UC Santa Barbara New Venture Competition is water sampling device maker Osmo.

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Tri-county Sports Authority spaces could end up split up

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Alex Kacik

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New labor rules may create permanent underclass of businesses

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Henry Dubroff

America’s small business owners are a resilient group. We’ve put up with increased regulation, the financial crisis, the credit crunch, unsound fiscal policy and political gridlock. But since 2004, the total number of U.S. small businesses has been in decline – there have not been enough new business starts to replace companies that were sold Read More →

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Action plan calls for food system reform

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Alex Kacik

A group of area nonprofits are working with government to create a better food system in Santa Barbara County. The Foodbank of Santa Barbara County and the Community Environmental Council spearheaded a new Food Action Plan formed more than two years in partnership with the Santa Barbara Foundation and the now closed Orfalea Foundation. They Read More →

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Charges, lawsuits Plains’ Refugio oil spill legacy

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Workers donned protective gear to clean up the Refugio oil spill.

One year later, the Refugio oil spill remains in the headlines amid rising costs and the first of what could be a series of criminal misconduct charges. Plains All American now faces a 46-count indictment at the state level for a May 2015 incident that spilled 21,000 gallons of oil into the Pacific Ocean. The Read More →

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Ventura County leader in water management

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Matthew Fienup

By Matthew Fienup As forecasts of torrential El Nino rains have given way to the hard reality of another year of drought on the Central Coast, calls to punish farmers or to seize farmers’ water are once again being voiced. Not only do these calls embody ignorance of California water law, but in Ventura County Read More →

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