Today's newscast includes an interview with Bobbi Bratz of the S.B. Air Pollution Control District; she talks about air quality and precautions people should take during the advisory. Reporter Cam tu Dang updates listeners about fires burning in Ventura County, and reporter Erika Stern brings a story about Kappa Dash, an event raising money and [...]
Today's newscast includes stories about lesbian activist Alice Hom's upcoming visit to UCSB (Leonora Howard); UCSB's purchase of the Devereux property, and the teaching assistants' union coming to an agreement with UC officials (Tori Lyon); controversy surrounding the Dalai Lama (Joelle Goldman); and a report from Emily Underwood on how [...]
Today's newscast includes stories about Measure A (on the city of Santa Barbara ballot this November), career fairs on the UCSB campus, and about National Coming Out Day. Thanks to KCSB reporters Harry Lawton, Cam tu Dang, and Joelle Golda, respectively, for those stories. Plus, Summer Galante and Leonora Howard bring us global headlines.
Today's newscast includes a report from Stephanie Espinoza, in Spanish, on new procedures concerning Mexican visas.
Today's newscast includes a Tech News Update by Zak Koretz (news of interest to iPhone owners and to fans of Radiohead) and a report from Harry Lawton about the United Auto Workers struggle with General Motors.
Today's newscast includes information about KCSB's orientation workshop on Oct. 2 -- members of the public are invited to learn how to be music DJs, sportscasters, or news reporters! Also hear an interview with Daraka Larimore Hall about the UAW's struggle for a fair contract with the University of California. And Hannah-Beth Jackson brings us a [...]
Hannah-Beth Jackson's political commentary offers the latest in state government news as seen through her unique perspective.
Take pride in Isla Vista! The Isla Vista Recreation and Park District and the County of Santa Barbara are sponsoring a community clean-up on Monday, Sept. 24, 9 a.m. to noon. Meet at the IVRPD Headquarters, 961 Embarcadero Del Mar. Listen to the radio story produced by KCSB Community News.
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.