Articles From : Jerry Roberts
Union leaders representing 1500 SBUSD teachers and staff workers asked public health officials Wednesday to modify the Covid-19 vaccine rollout to prioritize their members who have been ordered back to classrooms on Feb. 26
Kate Ford says the Santa Barbara Unified School District has "met every requirement to open" elementary schools - and is optimistic about final approval from the state to allow classroom learning to restart on Feb. 26.
The first big test for the newly elected Chair of the Democratic Party of Santa Barbara, comes in April, when she'll be navigating the political cross-currents surrounding the party's key endorsement process for the SB mayor's race.
Eric Friedman, SB City Council member for District 5, confirmed in a new interview that he'll seek a second term this year.
Entrepreneur James Joyce III, founder of the "Coffee with a Black Guy" anti-racism project, confirmed on Sunday that he is running for mayor of Santa Barbara.
Jumpstarting the 2021 campaign, Planning Commissioner Deborah Schwartz said Wednesday that she is a candidate for mayor of Santa Barbara.
Jerry Roberts breaks down the congressional debate between Rep. Salud Carbajal and challenger Andy Caldwell.
Jerry Roberts interviewed Rep. Salud Carbajal on his COVID-19 diagnosis, federal relief funds, SCOTUS, and campaign attack ads.
Jerry Roberts details the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisor's response to the Grand Jury's report on cannabis ordinances.
Jerry Roberts gives a preview of tonight's Santa Barbara Unified School District virtual candidate forum.
Jerry Roberts interviews Santa Barbara Unified School Board member Kate Ford on distance learning for local students.
Historic Markers at SB Courthouse Celebrate Colonial Exploits of "White Men...White Women, Children"
A plaque at the Santa Barbara County Courthouse honoring the "first white people" who colonized the area inhabited by indigenous peoples will now be removed.
Leaders of South Coast school districts on Thursday shrugged off President Trump's sternly-worded demand that schools nationwide physically reopen for the new academic year, saying their plans will stay flexible in responding to the pandemic.
The new Grand Jury report chronicling the origin of Santa Barbara County’s contentious cannabis law documents for the historic record a disgraceful political process teeming with influence peddling, secrecy and sleaze.
Jerry Roberts interviews UC Santa Barbara scholar Aaron Jones on the Black Lives Matter movement and the nation's original sins rooted in slavery and genocide.
Hilda Maldonado, in her first interview since being named Superintendent of the Santa Barbara Unified School District, said that the nation's multiple health, economic and social crises represent a "perfect storm for us to be innovative" in public education.