Lisa Osborn

Lisa Osborn

Morning News Host, KCRW Santa Barbara

Morning News Host, KCRW Santa Barbara 

Lisa Osborn on KCRW

It’s a political game-changer. When longtime Central Coast Congresswoman, Rep.

Contenders vie for Capps’ congressional seat

It’s a political game-changer. When longtime Central Coast Congresswoman, Rep.

from News Stories

A little bit of rain didn’t seem to dampen the spirits of wine lovers and foodies at the Santa Barbara Vintners Festival Spring Weekend. The cooler weather actually made for…

Photos: Santa Barbara Vintners Festival Spring Weekend

A little bit of rain didn’t seem to dampen the spirits of wine lovers and foodies at the Santa Barbara Vintners Festival Spring Weekend. The cooler weather actually made for…

from Arts & Culture Stories

A luncheon was held in Montecito this week to raise awareness of the plight of lions in Tanzania. Dr. Laly Lichtenfeld explained her efforts to help wildlife and humans co-exist.

Elephant enthusiast hosts renowned lion lover in Montecito

A luncheon was held in Montecito this week to raise awareness of the plight of lions in Tanzania. Dr. Laly Lichtenfeld explained her efforts to help wildlife and humans co-exist.

from News Stories

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Panelists discuss Putin’s threats to use nuclear weapons in Ukraine, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis sending migrants to Martha’s Vineyard, and if COVID is really over.

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Wednesday was supposed to be the next January 6 insurrection hearing, but the U.S. House Select Committee postponed it due to Hurricane Ian threatening the Florida coast.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Gov. Newsom has signed new laws to strengthen and expand the legal cannabis market. Will the move win him more voters during the midterm elections?

from KCRW Features