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KCLU Radio

KCLU Radio Public radio for Ventura, Santa Barbara and southern San Luis Obispo counties. Serving Ventura County at 88.3 FM, Santa Barbara at 1340 AM & 102.3 FM.

In Santa Maria on 89.7 FM and SLO on 92.1 FM -- broadcasting from The Paulucci Studios at California Lutheran University.

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Santa Barbara Police say they’ve arrested three men, and a woman for the early Sunday morning attack on Milpas Street.
03/24/2022
Four arrested in connection with South Coast murder

Santa Barbara Police say they’ve arrested three men, and a woman for the early Sunday morning attack on Milpas Street.

Ventura County man fatally stabbed during confrontation in Santa Barbara County.

It's the last full day of our spring membership drive, but there's still plenty of time to support your public radio sta...
03/18/2022

It's the last full day of our spring membership drive, but there's still plenty of time to support your public radio station and get some great KCLU gear! Take our socks (and the good feeling of being a member) with you wherever you go - and we mean WHEREVER!

You’re used to KCLU delivering news, but during this spring membership drive, we've partnered with organizations like Ma...
03/16/2022
Feeding hungry families this Spring Membership Campaign

You’re used to KCLU delivering news, but during this spring membership drive, we've partnered with organizations like Manna of Conejo Valley to deliver aid to hungry families throughout our communities.

You’re used to KCLU delivering news, but during this spring membership drive, with your help, we can also deliver aid to hungry families throughout our communities.

Day two of our spring pledge drive is coming to a close! We're still looking for you to become a member of your public r...
03/16/2022

Day two of our spring pledge drive is coming to a close! We're still looking for you to become a member of your public radio station and support the programs you love.
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You must have heard by now - it's the first day of our spring membership drive! You still have time to get in early, sup...
03/14/2022

You must have heard by now - it's the first day of our spring membership drive! You still have time to get in early, support your public radio station, and maybe pick up some cool KCLU merchandise before other listeners snatch it up!

Did you hear? It's that time again - membership drive! Today is the first day, so get in there early, support your publi...
03/14/2022

Did you hear? It's that time again - membership drive! Today is the first day, so get in there early, support your public radio station, and maybe feel a little smug that you already did your part to keep your public radio station strong! 💪🎙

Our spring membership drive starts tomorrow, but we've started early today with Silent Sunday. You've heard every minute...
03/14/2022

Our spring membership drive starts tomorrow, but we've started early today with Silent Sunday. You've heard every minute of our programs without pledge breaks, but there's still time to get your gifts to go twice as far. Support public radio today!

Our spring membership drive begins tomorrow, but we're getting things started today with Silent Sunday. Like a typical S...
03/13/2022

Our spring membership drive begins tomorrow, but we're getting things started today with Silent Sunday. Like a typical Sunday, you’re hearing every minute of our programs without extended appeals - but today, your gifts will go twice as far! Support your public radio station today.

Santa Barbara firefighters arrived to find flames and smoke coming from the building, and an injured woman outside.
03/10/2022
Woman hurt in South Coast house fire

Santa Barbara firefighters arrived to find flames and smoke coming from the building, and an injured woman outside.

Firefighters rescue cat from flames, smoke.

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60 W Olsen Rd
Thousand Oaks, CA
91360

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+18054933900

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www.kclu.org

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California's jobless rate is declining, but it's still one of the highest in the nation.
Ready for some British humo(u)r? America's Got Talent finalist Piff the Magic Dragon will bring his sardonic brand of magic and comedy to a show at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza this Sunday.
Talk about pressure! 100 Santa Barbara County choral students will be performing this weekend at the Granada Theater Santa Barbara with the London Symphony Orchestra - all courtesy of the Music Academy of the West.
Four sailors from the USS Ronald Reagan came ashore to visit the namesake Reagan Library and Museum in Ventura County.
Officials have announced that they will break ground on the 200 foot-long, 165 foot-wide crossing April 22, aka Earth Day.
Investigators say the 30-year-old Oxnard man was arrested at the San Ysidro border crossing in February with about 60 reptiles hidden in his clothing.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara is holding its biggest event of the year this weekend in spectacular fashion, mixing art, music, food, and dancing - subterranean style.
California Lutheran University Assistant Professor Anita Stone and a dozen students will spend their summers observing the s*x lives of squirrel monkeys in South America.
69-year-old Dianne Lake broke away from the Manson family after the 1969 Tate/LaBianca murders. She'll appear at the Museum of Ventura County tonight at 6:30 to talk about her experiences.
P-104 had just recently been collared and added to the study. Now, he's become the 25th mountain lion killed by a vehicle since the study started 20 years ago.
Santa Barbara Police say they’ve arrested three men, and a woman for the early Sunday morning attack on Milpas Street.
The National Transportation Safety Board Chair says that recommendations which weren't implemented might have prevented deaths in disasters like the 2019 Channel Islands dive boat fire.