Inspired by UC Santa Cruz, grad students at UC Santa Barbara are the latest to go on a 'wildcat' strike, in a wave of labor unrest sweeping California's public universities.
2,400 homes near Santa Barbara have been evacuated.
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A light show and a rock concert combine for environmental awareness.
Women and allies from marginalized communities are protesting across 18 different US cities by skipping work and avoiding spending any money.
Perry Jones III had his rookie season derailed by injury and personal tragedy. Watch as we head to the P3 facility to see how data—as well as hard work and determination—is restarting his stalled NBA dream.
The pipeline, owned by Plains All American Pipeline, burst in May and led to hundreds of bird and mammal deaths, in what was the worst spill in 25 years
Those clever Californians and their whopping five inches of annual rainfall have found a way to farm a crop that is used to receiving up to 390 inches of annual rainfall, take a look at this god-like example of greenthumbery for yourself.
Steve Escobar is California's premiere crabber and he's not letting 100,000 gallons of spilled crude oil faze him, or his pristine 5,000-pound rock crab harvest.