The state needs to set clear standards, focus on core competencies and prepare students for a world that's changing faster than at any time in history.
Here's what the presidential nominee should say at next week's Republican convention.
The nation's fastest-growing white-collar crime has repercussions and implications for all Americans.
A change in Santa Barbara County’s policy should be based on fact, not hysteria and conjecture.
The debate over the offshore drilling ban should not be sidetracked by the red herring of oil seeps.
When left to the imagination, Naples encounters a very interesting nondevelopment.
The days of funding a system that promotes failing students and protects failing teachers must end.
Pearl Chase's legacy of preservation falls well short of height restrictions.
Consumers recognize that energy supply really matters as attitudes shift toward pursuing domestic sources.
When three out of four Californians believe representatives are doing a poor job and we don't do anything to change it, it is our fault.
SB CAN's Deborah Brasket says there's no shortage of myths surrounding the calls for offshore oil drilling.
Raising offshore production would lead to reduced natural-gas seepage — and increased revenue.
While our columnist "keeps the heat on" the housing debate, the phrase had an entirely different meaning a few years ago.
Barack Obama has built a campaign on empty promises, and now he's discovering that running for president will take more substance than style.
There's plenty we can do locally to coast our way to conservation. Second of two columns.
Gap Fire demonstrated strength of community, which stepped up and stepped in to ensure the safety and comfort of neighbors.
Commentary blows the roof off of Santa Barbara's building debate. Let's do it again.
The only thing we know for sure today is that we don’t know what the headlines will be on Nov. 5.
We can look for simplistic answers but fragmentation comes in many forms.
Presidential candidates offer bold words for peace but actions are needed now as much as ever.
If tall buildings destroy ambiance, it's news to Europe's great cities.
We must secure our future by building infrastructure and balancing it with environmental protection.
Despite the current energy crisis, there are positive benefits and responses that already are paying off. SB CAN outlines the cause and effect of some. First of two columns.
An easy way to improve the efficiency of a vehicle is by carpooling, and the two-month 'Commute Challenge' can get you started
We need leaders who use language to promote discussion and debate, not to stop it.
Why put valuable resources at risk for a miniscule benefit that wouldn’t materialize for 20 years?
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