UC Santa Barbara Monday was named the No. 3 party school in America, according to the Princeton Review.
The father of a student killed during the recent rampage near the campus of UCSB, has teamed up with victims of gun violence and their proponents to fight for stricter gun control legislation.
Eight more people have been arrested in a spring semester college party-turned-brawl in Isla Vista that injured 33 people, including seven law enforcement officers.
Kobe Bryant hosted his eighth annual Boys and Girls Basketball academy at UC Santa Barbara on Wednesday after answering a storm of questions from the media as he made his first public appearance in the United States during the NBA offseason.
Santa Barbara County sheriff’s deputies who checked on Elliot Rodger three weeks before he killed six college students were aware he had posted disturbing videos but never viewed them.
Students Wednesday returned to classes at UC Santa Barbara for the first time since last week’s deadly rampage.
The California Legislature must do more to deter the type of violence that left six young people dead over the weekend near the University of California, Santa Barbara, Democratic lawmakers said Tuesday.
Classes have been canceled Tuesday at UCSB for a day of mourning following a violent rampage that killed six people and injured dozens more.
Memorials and vigils are growing across the Southland to honor victims of the shootings and stabbings in Isla Vista Friday night, according to a memorial page on Facebook.
Friends and a former teacher of one of the victims killed in the UCSB shooting are speaking out, sharing memories and insight as to the type of person she was.
A childhood friend of Elliot Rodger said he was shocked when he found out the 22-year-old was the person behind the Isla Vista shooting and stabbing massacre.
It was Friday night when Elliot Rodger’s mother got a call from her son’s therapist that he had emailed a ranting manifesto about going on a deadly rampage.
“To be honest,” the neighbor said, “it all makes sense now.”
The Sheriff of San Bernardino County stresses that all of Rodger’s gun purchases were made legally.
Through his grief, he told CBS2’s Art Barron that he also feels compassion for the parents of his daughter’s murderer.