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Hannah-Beth Jackson on the Importance of Equal Rights Legislation & Activism

Wednesday, March 10th, 2021
KCSB News and Sports · Hannah-Beth Jackson on the Importance of Equal Rights Legislation & Activism President Biden honored International Women's Day by announcing changes to the way sexual violence on colleges campuses will be handled, vowing to dismantle Trump-era policies that afforded mor [...]
KCSB News and Sports · Hannah-Beth Jackson on the Importance of Equal Rights Legislation & Activism President Bid [...]

The San Marcos Foothills Protest

Wednesday, March 03rd, 2021
KCSB News and Sports · The San Marcos Foothills Protest On Thursday, February 25, eight people were arrested during a protest against the development of high end luxury homes on the West Mesa of the San Marcos Foothills. The Santa Barbara Independent reported that of the eight arrested, four were [...]
KCSB News and Sports · The San Marcos Foothills Protest On Thursday, February 25, eight people were arrested during a [...]

Undocumented Residents and Access to the COVID-19 Vaccine

Tuesday, March 02nd, 2021
KCSB News and Sports · Undocumented Residents and Access to the COVID-19 Vaccine Lopez says that COVID vaccine sites often ask for at least one source of identification, like social security numbers, which undocumented populations might not possccess. SBC Public Health Director Dr. Van Do Reynoso [...]
KCSB News and Sports · Undocumented Residents and Access to the COVID-19 Vaccine Lopez says that COVID vaccine sites [...]

Congressman Salud Carbajal on the California Clean Coast Act

Wednesday, February 24th, 2021
KCSB News and Sports · Congressman Salud Carbajal on the California Clean Coast Act The California Clean Coast Act was the first bill that Congressman Salud Carbajal introduced in January of 2017. He has reintroduced the bill every term since then. The bill aims to permanently ban offshore oil an [...]
KCSB News and Sports · Congressman Salud Carbajal on the California Clean Coast Act The California Clean Coast Act wa [...]

Santa Barbara’s Downtown for the Future

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021
The Santa Barbara Chapter of the American Architecture Institute with the support of the City has put forth a vision for Downtown Santa Barbara that addresses the housing shortage, popularity of denser mix use development, and post pandemic economic trends. KCSB’s Robert Stark speaks with Noozhawk’s [...]
The Santa Barbara Chapter of the American Architecture Institute with the support of the City has put forth a vision for [...]

Biden Admin Halts Federal Leasing of California Land. What Does this Mean for Santa Barbara?

Tuesday, February 16th, 2021
Under the Trump administration, the Bureau of Land Management opened up 1.2 million acres California land for oil and gas leasing. The new Biden administration, however, halted federal leasing until further assessment is done. KCSB's Kathryn Foster sits down with Rebecca August, Director of Advocacy [...]
Under the Trump administration, the Bureau of Land Management opened up 1.2 million acres California land for oil and ga [...]

The Effort to Recall Governor Gavin Newsom

Thursday, February 11th, 2021
Recall elections are special elections permitted under California state law. KCSB’s Robert Stark speaks with podcaster and seasoned journalist Jerry Roberts about the recall’s legal process and backers behind the petition to recall Governor Newsom. KCSB News and Sports · The Effort to Recall Gove [...]
Recall elections are special elections permitted under California state law. KCSB’s Robert Stark speaks with podcaster a [...]

Extreme Fire Weather

Thursday, February 11th, 2021
Increasing wildfire fires due to extreme fire weather are unfortunately becoming the norm for several Californians. KCSB’s Yulene Teagle takes a closer look at the study conducted by researchers Danielle Touma and Samantha Stevenson as they take into account the anthropogenic factors that have incre [...]
Increasing wildfire fires due to extreme fire weather are unfortunately becoming the norm for several Californians. KCSB [...]

Latinx Students Being Overly Diagnosed with Learning Disabilities

Wednesday, February 10th, 2021
KCSB News and Sports · Latinx Students Being Overly Diagnosed with Learning Disabilities The Santa Barbara Unified School District works to address issues on academic equity, one of these being why LatinX students are more likely to be diagnosed with learning disabilities. Reporter Kali Acquaah s [...]
KCSB News and Sports · Latinx Students Being Overly Diagnosed with Learning Disabilities The Santa Barbara Unified Sc [...]

A Santa Barbara County Resident’s Experience with the COVID-19 Vaccine

Wednesday, February 10th, 2021
KCSB News and Sports · A Santa Barbara County Resident's Experience with the COVID-19 Vaccine The COVID vaccine is considered a ray of hope for a lot of residents who think the two shots could help life get back to normal. For now, only healthcare workers and senior citizens in SB county are [...]
KCSB News and Sports · A Santa Barbara County Resident's Experience with the COVID-19 Vaccine The COVID vaccine [...]