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KCSB Community News December 9

Wireless Territories Radio Art Project Cathy Murillo UCSB Art 122 class takes to the airwaves Dec 11 and 12 (start 2:45) Ask a Lawyer Amy Kalra & Robin Unander The Associated Students' Legal Resource Center answers legal questions (start 7:45) De La Vina & State Streets Cathy Murillo Busy intersection may undergo change from free right turn [...]

KCSB Community News December 8

Closing of Video Shmideo Harry Lawton State Budget Crisis and Impact on Public Colleges Robyn Pennington Headlines Cathy Murillo Announcer Matthew Reeves

KCSB Community News December 5

Interview with Melanie O'Matson, UCSB's rape prevention program Matt Fottrell Pearl Harbor Candlelight Vigil at Arlington West Cathy Murillo Screening of "Milk," followed by discussion, "When Laws Become Discrimination" Headlines & Announcing Casey Capachi Engineer Brady Goldman

Democracy Now! Canceled for Friday November 14th

UPDATE (7:10pm): Listen to the 4pm press conference with Santa Barbara County and City emergency in its entirety below. UPDATE (4:00pm): Listen LIVE to the press conference with Santa Barbara County and City emergency on KCSB-FM 91.9. We will carry the remainder of today's Democracy Now as time permits. KCSB will air a press conference with [...]

Paul Wellman Reports From “Mop Up” Area (Friday 11/14 @ 2:27pm)

Paul Wellman of The Independent reports live on KCSB-FM from the "mop up" area on Mountain Drive, near the intersection of Mountain Drive and Coyote Road. He described being in the middle of the fire as it grew larger last evening.

Ray Ford Reports On Tea Fire (Friday 11/14 @ 11:15am)

The Independent is reporting that because water reserves are low, crews fighting the Tea Fire announced this morning that they want Santa Barbara residents to use as little water as possible. Turn off your lawn sprinklers and keep personal use to minimum. Direct Relief International (DRI), in cooperation with the Santa Barbara County Health [...]

Fire in Sycamore Canyon (Tea Fire); Evacuations Ordered

Fire in Sycamore Canyon (Tea Fire); Evacuations Ordered

NOTE: DUE THE LARGE AMOUNT OF WEB TRAFFIC WE ARE EXPERIENCING, OUR SITE MAY BE SLOW AT TIMES. PLEASE BEAR WITH US. UPDATE (9:20AM): Here are the latest evacuation orders and school closures as issued by the County of Santa Barbara: Fire Status: 2,000 to 2,500 acres burned Approximately 100 homes burned 5,446 homes evacuated [...]

KCSB Community News Nov. 10

Global Headlines Jackie Sheely Interview with Lane Anderson about overpass protester and Iraq war veteran Kyle Van Tassel Cathy Murillo Announcer: Meredith Taylor Engineer: Jordan Katz

KCSB Community News Nov 7

Students Resisting Tax on Programs to Fix UCSB's Budget Crisis Stephen Desrochers Legal Challenges to Anti-Gay Proposition 8 Grace Garner New Name: Feminist Studies Department at UCSB Robyn Pennington Mega-evictions at Modoc Road Apartment Complex Cathy Murillo Announcer: Angie Fotiades Engineer: Brady Goldman

Student Financial Crisis Forum

UCSB students are organizing to fight university officials who want to levy a tax on student-financed programs to make up for a budget deficit. ** Organized by leaders in the Associated Students organization, this Oct. 30th forum was moderated by A.S. Internal V.P. Kevin Higuchi and included the following speakers: A.S. President John Paul "JP" [...]

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