Today's newscast is a speech by Alfonso Martinez-Fonts, Assistant Secretary for the Private Sector Office of the federal Department of Homeland Security. The program includes questions from the audience of businesspeople and politicians, as well as questions from the media.
Today's newscast includes a report about volunteering for the Santa Barbara Rape Crisis Center, a story about Barack Obama's campaign stop at Santa Barbara City College, and a short preview of upcoming workshops on changes to the Goleta General Plan. Thanks to Tanya Paperny and Jovian Radheshwar for reporting.
Former state assemblymember Hannah-Beth Jackson offers commentary on current issues in California politics and government. September 4, 2007.
Today's newscast includes a report on UCSB's Antarctica conference, an interview with a California nurse about health care reform, and political commentary on California issues.
Today's newscast includes a preview of Tuesday's MoveOn.org anit-war event in downtown Santa Barbara, a California Dreams report from Hannah-Beth Jackson, and local announcements.
Today's broadcast includes a quick Zaca Fire update, a preview of the pro-choice Great American Write-in, a Tech News Update, and an interview with KCSB's Ted Coe about the 805 Summer Mix Teen Concert Series.
Today's broadcast includes: Zak Koretz with Global Headlines, Cathy Murillo with fire updates, and Hannah-Beth Jackson's California Report (which can be found at 15:10 minutes into the show).
Our newscast today included a Zaca Fire update (a 13-minute interview with fire information officer Larry Comerford) and a story by Zak Koretz about a teen concert series offered Aug 18 and 25. Listen now!
Today's news broadcast includes Zaca Fire updates (Zak Koretz reports on injuries to firefighters; county officials tell people not to panic when they see smoke plumes), Hannah-Beth Jackson debuts her California Report, and Jennifer Stroh of Citizens Planning Foundation encourages people to get involved in land-use planning issues.
The following is an announcement from Santa Barbara County Fire officials, dated Tuesday, August 14th, 2007: People looking north from the Santa Barbara area will see a huge, towering column of smoke. This column results from active burning on the Zaca Fire. The actively burning area is in the Judell and Logan canyon areas, which are located [...]