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KCSB News – Feb 26, 2013 – Tuesday

KCSB News – Feb 26, 2013 – Tuesday

*After some relentless opposition from the GOP, Chuck Hagel has been approved by the Senate as the nation’s secretary of defense *The Graduate Student Association is seeking to raise awareness about the cost of their tuition, which has recently hit with an increase …and more Anchor/Producer: Bianca Beltran Engineer: Monica Lopez News [...]

KCSB News – Feb 22, 2013 – Friday

KCSB News – Feb 22, 2013 – Friday

*On Capitol Hill, Operation Streamline, the immigration prosecution program faulted for human rights abuses, could expand under immigration reform *Colorado lawmakers are representing a package of gun control bills that have received some opposition from Republicans ...and more Anchor/Producer/Engineer: Bianca Beltran News Writer: Julie [...]

KCSB News – Feb 19, 2013 – Tuesday

KCSB News – Feb 19, 2013 – Tuesday

*A Palestinian prisoner has refused to eat for 200 days prompting more protest across West Bank communities in Israel *The US Supreme Court heard two cases today regarding legal immunity on federal prison guards and the patents on agribusiness giant Monsanto *Santa Barbara Bank and Trust is partnering with Goleta organizations to help protect [...]

KCSB News – Feb 14, 2013 – Thursday

KCSB News – Feb 14, 2013 – Thursday

*Senate Republicans blocked a vote on the nomination of Chuck Hagel for Secretary of Defense—marking the first time ever that a filibuster has occurred on a nomination for that office *In a Valentine’s Day vote, state lawmakers in Illinois take a step toward legalizing same sex marriage *Demonstrations for “One Billion Rising” took place [...]

KCSB News – Feb 13, 2013 – Wednesday

KCSB News – Feb 13, 2013 – Wednesday

*While the search for a new University of California president is well underway, groups representing students and UC workers weigh in on what they would like to see in a new UC president *A day after President Obama’s state of the union address, climate change activists chain themselves to the White House fence *A group of UCSB students are [...]

KCSB News – Feb 12, 2013 – Tuesday

KCSB News – Feb 12, 2013 – Tuesday

*The search for Christopher Dorner continues as a shootout in Big Bear has the suspect cornered *As the nation awaits President Obama’s address Tuesday night, immigrant rights and LGBT equality activists are pressuring the White House for action …and more  Anchor: Monica Lopez Engineer/Producer: Bianca Beltran News Writers: Bianca [...]

KCSB News – Feb 11, 2013 – Monday

KCSB News – Feb 11, 2013 – Monday

*Advocates call for broader protections as Congress considers Violence Against Women Act *Air strike along Syria border heightens tension for Golan Heights residents …and more Anchor/Engineer/Producer: Monica Lopez

KCSB News- Feb 8, 2013- Friday

KCSB News- Feb 8, 2013- Friday

*A plan released by the EPA says that indigenous communities may be especially vulnerable to the impacts of climate change *Civil rights groups threaten California with lawsuit for failure to provide English instruction to students …and more  Anchor: Adam Courtin Engineer/Producer: Monica Lopez

KCSB News – Feb 7, 2013 – Thursday

KCSB News – Feb 7, 2013 – Thursday

*The Californian highway patrol and police across the state are looking for an ex-cop on the run, suspected of three murders this week *Social media is playing a role in one of India’s oldest ethnic conflicts …and more Anchor/Engineer/Producer: Bianca Beltran

KCSB News – Feb 4, 2013 – Monday

KCSB News – Feb 4, 2013 – Monday

*European police investigators say they’ve exposed a crime syndicate that has been rigging soccer matches—including World Cup qualifiers *The incarceration of young people and people of color in the US has come under scrutiny in a recently released report *Colorado students organize to expand anti-bullying policy …and [...]

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