Post-Gap Fire Efforts to Improve Emergency Communications Cathy Murillo Comments from Marc McGinnes, William Boyer, Matt Kettmann Gaza Strip Blockade www.imemc.org Humanitarian activists and aid workers break through Election Unspun FSRN and Pacifica Reports from the Democratic National Convention Announcer: Meredith Taylor Engineer: Jordan [...]
The County of Santa Barbara has scheduled a Gap Fire Community Forum for Thursday, September 11, 2008, 6 p.m., in the San Marcos High School auditorium. (Info: 805-568-2191) KCSB is producing a series of stories related to improving emergency communications. *KCSB News Director Cathy Murillo interviewed radio professional Lance Orozco about the [...]
New Emergency Information Service: To better serve Santa Barbara County residents during natural disasters or public safety threats, KCSB 91.9 FM has entered into a partnership with the Santa Barbara Independent. Our news departments will work together during fire, flood, or earthquake to offer up-to-the-minute information -- on KCSB's airwaves [...]
KCSB and SB Independent Partnership Two media organizations partner to improve emergency information to public More post-Gap Fire Communications Concerns Edhat.com Petition to County Board of Supervisors Year of Rebellion: the 1970 Isla Vista Riots Excerpt from panel discussion: featured Becca Wilson and Bob Potter Santa Lucia Lightning Fire [...]
Year of Rebellion: the 1970 Isla Vista Riots Excerpt from panel discussion held Aug. 17 at Brooks Institute Global Headlines Harry Lawton Lightning Fire Update Cathy Murillo Announcer & Engineer Ellen McClure
PUEBLO Fights for the Dream Act Roelle Balan Climate Change: What We Can Do Youth Radio Announcer: Meredith Taylor Engineer: Ellen McClure
Interview: Retired Colonel Ann Wright Voices of Our World Ongoing Conflict in Georgia Harry Lawton Local Headlines Nicole Durr & Cathy Murillo Announcer: Ari Adachi Engineer: Ellen McClure
KCSB reporter Roelle Balan filed this profile of one of the South Coast's most important food sources and resources.
KCSB reporter Harry Lawton interviews UCSB officials, who promote the new Henley Gate as a stature-raising improvement, as well as a member of the campus community who thinks the money ($2 million) could have been better spent.
Interview with Stephanie Wycoff -- she and her boyfriend Allen Murray lost all their belongings in the Gap Fire. In the process of moving into a studio off of Old San Marcos Road, the couple was living in a tent-trailer that was destroyed by the fire on July 3. Their pet pig died when they weren't able to evacuate her. The Red Cross has provided [...]