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KCSB News – Dec 4, 2012 – Tuesday

KCSB News – Dec 4, 2012 – Tuesday

*In China, residents face decreasing fresh water supplies from shrinking lakes and polluted rivers. *As fiscal cliff nears, grassroots activists urge lawmakers to protect the social safety net. …and more Anchor/Producer/Engineer: Monica Lopez  

KCSB News – Dec 3, 2012 – Monday

KCSB News – Dec 3, 2012 – Monday

*A strike at two of the nation’s busiest container ports enters its seventh day *Leadbetter Beach is temporarily closed after roughly twenty-six tons of raw sewage spilled into a storm drain leading to the popular beach ...and more   Anchor: Julissa Villatoro Engineer/Producer: Monica Lopez  

KCSB News – Nov 30, 2012 – Friday

KCSB News – Nov 30, 2012 – Friday

*A local food co-op is in a race to secure funding to purchase property *Newly appointed interim Chancellor Jane Close Conoley discusses her temporary position at UC Riverside …and more   Anchor/Producer: Monica Lopez Engineer: Bianca Beltran Writer: Nathalie Vera

KCSB News – Nov 29, 2012 – Thursday

KCSB News – Nov 29, 2012 – Thursday

*The United Nations General Assembly votes to recognize Palestine as a state while residents in the west bank city of Bethlehem rally before the vote. *And New York fast food workers launch a campaign to unionize. …and more Anchor/Producer/Engineer: Monica Lopez

KCSB News – Nov 28, 2012 – Wednesday

KCSB News – Nov 28, 2012 – Wednesday

*The UC Regents have appointed two new chancellors for University of California campuses Berkeley and Riverside. UC Berkeley’s newly appointed chancellor is to receive a $50,000 pay raise over the current campus head *Saturday, December 1st is world AIDS day and the one-year anniversary of Secretary Hilary Clinton’s remarks on the creation of [...]

KCSB News – Nov 26, 2012 – Monday

KCSB News – Nov 26, 2012 – Monday

*The UN’s special envoy to the Middle East traveled to Gaza over the weekend to assess the damage as Israeli and Palestinian officials continue negotiations following last week’s ceasefire. *The hospice of Santa Barbara will be celebrating the lives of loved ones, who have passed with the lighting ceremonies in Goleta, Santa Barbara, and [...]

KCSB News – Nov 21, 2012 – Wednesday

KCSB News – Nov 21, 2012 – Wednesday

*A cease-fire agreement between Israel and the Gaza strip’s Hamas rulers has been declared, bringing an end to eight days of devastating aggression, possibly signaling a new era of relations between the bitter enemies. *As many consumers prepare for the holiday and the purchases they plan to make on one of the biggest sale days of the year, [...]

KCSB News – Nov 20, 2012 – Tuesday

KCSB News – Nov 20, 2012 – Tuesday

*Israel continues F-16 Airstrikes on Gaza as the UN calls for an end to hostilities *Families of thousands of thousands of disappeared in Mexico demand answers …and more Anchor/Producer/Engineer: Monica Lopez  

KCSB News – Nov 19, 2012 – Monday

KCSB News – Nov 19, 2012 – Monday

 *As the Israeli assault on Gaza continues, Egypt and the United Nations are leading the efforts to bring about a cease-fire *A coalition of students on the UC Santa Barbara campus launched a rally last week as part of the global education strike to oppose privatization of the education system …and more Anchor/Producer: Monica [...]

KCSB News – Nov 16, 2012 – Friday

KCSB News – Nov 16, 2012 – Friday

*Local County clerk’s offices are working to process the thousands of provisional ballots left to tally into the election’s results *UC Santa Barbara scientists’ finding in studies of cell destiny gives insight to the future of organ development …and more Anchor/Producer: Bianca Beltran Engineer: Monica Lopez Writer: Dora [...]

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