The 805 is a new show from KCRW Santa Barbara. Each week, join KCRW's Jonathan Bastian as he brings you closer to the people and stories shaping California's Central Coast. Take a listen to this sneak peek.
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Summerland’s leaking oil well finally gets capped After years of legal and legislative battles, an abandoned, leaking oil well off Summerland Beach has been capped. A new fund is helping undocumented immigrants who can’t access federal disaster assistance. There’s some major political upheaval stirring in Oxnard. And we tour an alternative living space in Santa Barbara.
Evacuating before storms is the new normal Another storm swept through Santa Barbara and Ventura counties Thursday night, and many had to evacuate. We get an update and learn how rain gauges can help prepare us for the next storm. Plus, a surprise drop out this week means there’s now only one candidate running for a seat on the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors.
Should sheriff deputies patrol our high schools? As the nation wrestles with another school shooting, we visit an active shooter seminar in Goleta. Also, does having a cop on high school campuses make students safer? We ask two parents with two very different opinions. Plus, one author thinks conserving water doesn’t start with shorter showers, but with looking at the foods we eat.