Temporary dunes to protect homes bury the remains of a boardwalk in Ortley Beach, N.J. Superstorm Sandy destroyed much of the Jersey Shore when it made landfall six months ago on Oct. 29, 2012.
A house affected by Superstorm Sandy is seen in the town of Sea Bright along the Jersey Shore.
A boat with stuffed animals is seen in an area affected by Superstorm Sandy in Sea Bright, N.J.
Debris of houses destroyed by Superstorm Sandy are seen in a parking lot at Staten Island in New York.
A demolition crane clears debris caused by Superstorm Sandy near the ferris wheel at Fun Town Amusement Pier in Seaside Heights, N.J.
Heavy machinery moves large rocks to build a new sea wall and dune system in Bay Head, N.J.
Trucks line up to haul away debris from Superstorm Sandy at Jacob Riis State Park in the Rockaways area of Queens in New York.
One man holds a ladder for another as he climbs to the second floor of a home that was heavily damaged by Superstorm Sandy in Ortley Beach, N.J.
CJ Jones walks out from under a home that he is working to raise on stilts in Point Pleasant Beach, N.J.
A home destroyed during the landfall of Superstorm Sandy is pictured in Mantoloking, N.J.
A "For Sale" sign stands on an empty lot near homes destroyed by Superstorm Sandy in Ortley Beach, N.J.
A man gets ready to fish next to a boardwalk destroyed by Superstorm Sandy in Long Branch, N.J.
A worker carries a screw gun as he rebuilds a boardwalk destroyed by Superstorm Sandy in Bay Head, N.J.
New pilings for a replacement boardwalk are pictured next to a fire hydrant covered in police tape in Seaside Heights, N.J.
A worker uses a chainsaw to trim new pilings for a replacement boardwalk in Seaside Heights, N.J., six months after Superstorm Sandy destroyed the Jersey Shore.
People try to repair a playground buried by sand from Superstorm Sandy in Sea Bright, N.J.
A woman and child walk away after looking at the remnants of the Jet Star roller coaster in Seaside Heights, N.J.
Sweatshirts with messages referencing the need to rebuild the Jersey Shore hang outside a store in Seaside Heights, N.J.
Homeowner Carol Olklein waits for power crews to reattach her home to the power grid, after waiting nearly five months since the landfall of Superstorm Sandy in Ortley Beach, N.J.
Jack n Bills employees Tim Perruso (L) and Rob Ciliento prepare the bar for its opening for the summer tourist season in Seaside Heights, N.J.
The website "Conde Nast Traveler" has ranked Santa Barbara the sixth best small city in America.
If you're neglecting your front lawn during the drought, there's no need to worry over fines from city code enforcement or homeowners associations.
An innovative way to capture a natural gas leak has apparently run its course off the Goleta coast.
Investigators said the Goleta apartment explosion and fire Monday night was caused by the illegal process of making butane honey oil.
A water main break caused a sinkhole that damaged Ojai Avenue and the historic Ojai Playhouse.
The Dallas Cowboys touched down at Naval Base Ventura County on Tuesday afternoon.
Santa Barbara County is staking a claim to solar power energy on the Central Coast.
The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders are in town. Dressed in their iconic Cowboy's uniforms the ladies put on a camp for the youth of Oxnard on Wednesday.
It's National Hot Dog Day! See if your favorites made the list of the top 10 hot dog toppings.
The fate of the 116 people on board an Air Algerie flight, has reportedly crashed in Mali, is still unknown. Take a look at the deadliest plane crashes in history.
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