Drought-Parched California Figured Out How to Grow Coffee Somehow
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.
Santa Barbara's Most Sought-After Crabs Outlived an Oil Spill
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.
Prosecutors Consider Criminal Charges in Santa Barbara Pipeline Break
More than 100,000 gallons of crude oil spilled from the pipeline, which is the only one in the county not equipped with automatic shut-off valves.