Dozens of the top U.S. companies are filing a brief with the Supreme Court in support of same-sex marriage as justices prepare to weigh the issue. Here are some of the major corporations:
Facebook (4,619 employees)
Apple (72,800 employees)
AIG (57,000 employees)
Intel (104,700 employees)
Morgan Stanley (57,726 employees)
eBay (27,770 employees)
Levi Strauss (16,200 employees)
Kimpton Hotels & Restaurant Group (7,480)
Nike (44,000 employees)
Office Depot (42,000 employees)
Oracle (118,119 employees)
Qualcomm (26,600 employees)
Panasonic (330,767 employees)
Xerox Corp. (146,000 employees)
Cisco (72,360 employees)
An extensive investigation is underway to determine the cause of death in a triple fatal rollover accident Monday morning in Santa Barbara.
Benches have been removed in a two block area of State Street between Haley and Ortega Streets in downtown Santa Barbara. The city says they are being cleaned and repaired.
Santa Barbara County Sheriff candidates squared-off at a candidates forum Wednesday night.
The 101 southbound through Santa Barbara reopened just before 12:30 Monday afternoon as authorities investigate what they say was a deadly two car DUI accident.
A UCSB student group is boycotting a local business for creating the Deltopia Facebook page, which they said brought in thousands of outsiders to the small college town.
Deadly diseases that were a thing of the past are making a comeback in California.
Goleta Mayor Roger Aceves is running for Santa Barbara County Supervisor.
A new academy at Santa Barbara High School will give students a leg up on a high-tech career.
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With Tony Danza marking his 63rd birthday on Monday, join us for a look at what he and the rest of the cast of "Who's the Boss?" are up to today.