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Jerry Roberts

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Host of “Newsmakers with Jerry Roberts." Former co-founder and Editor of the political website CalBuzz.com and student advisor of the University of California Santa Barbara's Storke Student Publications; former political editor, editorial page editor and managing editor of the San Francisco Chronicle; former editor of the Santa Barbara News Press

Jerry Roberts on KCRW

While some precincts around the country continue to count ballots in neck and neck races, the midterm election results Santa Barbara and Ventura are clear.

The 805’s biggest winners and losers in the midterms

While some precincts around the country continue to count ballots in neck and neck races, the midterm election results Santa Barbara and Ventura are clear.

from The 805

Eight people are running for two open seats on the Santa Barbara Unified School Board. The race caps off a tumultuous year for the board and Superintendent Cary Matsuoka.

A Santa Barbara school board showdown

Eight people are running for two open seats on the Santa Barbara Unified School Board. The race caps off a tumultuous year for the board and Superintendent Cary Matsuoka.

from The 805

Angry parents from San Marcos High School are banding together to try to recall certain Santa Barbara Unified School District school board members who voted to oust principal Ed…

Demoted principal leads to crusade for a recall election

Angry parents from San Marcos High School are banding together to try to recall certain Santa Barbara Unified School District school board members who voted to oust principal Ed…

from The 805

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It takes a lot of hard work and patience to make it into Santa Barbara’s competitive farmers market.

from KCRW Features

Two competing proposals making their way to the polls this November might reshape the future of Santa Barbara County’s supervisorial districts.

from News Stories

Susan Fort and Natalie Carmichael live in Paradise, California. Both were able escape to the Camp Fire. Susan’s home survived. Natalie’s did not. In their own words, they talk about…

from News Stories

People throw around the term “farm-to-table” when talking about cooking with locally grown produce.

from KCRW Features

On the heels of a deadly mass shooting at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, two blazes in the area are forcing more than 100,000 residents in Ventura and L.A.

from The 805

Local federal workers are picking up free food as the government shutdown continues.

from The 805

Southern California’s largest utility company is suing Santa Barbara County for failing to prepare for last winter’s deadly debris flows.

from The 805

Tensions flare in the town of Carpinteria over the smell of pot.

from The 805

When chef Emma West began working at Satellite, a natural wine bar in Santa Barbara, she couldn’t help but notice all the people walking by in yoga pants.

from KCRW Features