*The Dream Act and PUEBLO (Amy Rosner) *U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer at SB Women's Political Committee Dinner (Cathy Murillo) *Global headlines by Jackie Sheely and Josh Steele *Announcer: Avalon Jeffrey
*Supervisorial candidate Dr. Dave Bearman on the UCSB campus (pro-medicinal marijuana) *Election Unspun *Global Headlines by Brooke Elliott
*Q&A with Mark Crispin Miller on election fraud *Obits by Harry Lawton: Anthony Minghella, Arthur C. Clarke, Paul Scofield *Measure A funding choices approved by SBCAG (Cathy Murillo)
*KCSB Reporter Erika Stern produced this story about an event sponsored by the Carsey-Wolf Center for Film, Television, and New Media. It's called "Media and the Environment: Communicating About Santa Barbara's Ocean, Air, and Land."
*Extensive coverage of SB anti-war activities (Harry Lawton) *ULoop, a new online service for students (Elvira Valdez) *Rape Crisis Center recruiting volunteers (Stephanie Medina) *Announcer/Engineer: Cathy Murillo
KCSB Programmer and Associate News Director Avalon Jeffrey produced this feature about the all-female band Girl in a Coma. She examines women, in particular Latinas, in the world of rock 'n' roll.
KCSB was at the film's opening night on Friday, March 7 *Interviews with Melinda Burns and Steve Chawkins *Excerpt from panel discussion with moderator Craig Smith; comments from Sam Tyler, Peter Seaman, and Rod Lathim *Story by Cathy Murillo
*Controversial anti-abortion display at UCSB (Amy Rosner, Avalon Jeffrey) *Upcoming demonstration against Church of Scientology (Vanessa Molano, A Rosner) *UCSA decries higher fees, honors two UCSB students *Westside Restorative Justice Neighborhood Initiative (Cathy Murillo)
*Interview with Morgan "Supersize Me" Spurlock (Stefanie Stauffer) *Events creating peace among SB’s at-risk youth (Cathy Murillo) *Curb Your Commute Program (Erika Stern) *Headlines by Jordan Katz *Announcer: Erika Stern
*UCSB Community Rallies for Unpaid Painters (Brooke Elliott) *Preview of March 15 Anti-War March/Events (Vanessa Molano) *Events Aimed at Peace Among At-Risk Youth in SB (Cathy Murillo) *EDC Wins Award (Stephanie Espinoza)