KSRO Morning News Interviews Archive

Find out what's happening locally, nationally, and around the world with the KSRO Morning News. Join KSRO for interviews, news, and special features each morning, Monday through Friday from 6am to 9am. The KSRO Morning News is produced by Tony Landucci.

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Closure of Drakes Bay Oyster Co. Delayed

With a July 31 closure looming for Drakes Bay Oyster Co., the North Bay oyster farm got yet another stay of execution.
Last week,, the National Park Service said that it can continue operation, in response to the lawsuit filed by a group of local restaurants a week earlier. We are joined by Kevin Lunney, owner of Drakes Bay Oysters.

Interviewed by Melanie Morgan and Tony Landucci.

Posted 7/30/2014 7:22:00 AM

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Congressman Mike Thompson Discusses What is Being Done for Andrew Tahmooressi

Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi #MarineHeldinMexico has been waiting for justice in a Mexican jail for over 100 days now. He was an active duty Marine from San Diego, who served in Afghanistan, who accidentally made a wrong turn into the toll gates at the Mexican border. He told the authorities he had his pesonal weapons in the back, and that's when the nightmare began. His plight has been largely ignored by the media, and by public officials. Congressman Mike Thompson joins us this morning to discuss what is being done for the marine.

Interviewed by Tony Landucci.

Posted 7/25/2014 8:46:00 AM

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Darryl "DMC" McDaniels Kicks Cancers' Butt

We are joined by Darryl "DMC" McDaniels of Run-DMC, to discuss the Lucky Strike, the nationally-acclaimed bowling and entertainment brand, and Conquer Cancer Coalition..everybody's pulling together to raise funds for conquering all forms of cancer. DMC also raps for us.

Interviewed by Melanie Morgan and Brent Alan.

Posted 7/15/2014 8:04:00 AM

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Unions Hit But Not Fatally

Public Sector unions have taken a hit, but not a fatal one with yesterday's Supreme Court decision signaling a distaste for state laws requiring public sector workers to pay union dues. But the High Court stopped short of sweeping them away. Joining us this morning on the Big Story is Dr. Norman Soloman , a business and legal expert who has studied this case.

Interviewed by Melanie Morgan and Tony Landucci.

Posted 7/1/2014 10:09:00 AM

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  1. Sharilyn Parmeter posted on 06/05/2014 09:51 AM
    What happened to the news? It is sounding like a conservative talk show without the talk. We may have to change stations in the morning to get local news. Do not like it at all. We would tune into a talk show if we wanted to hear the rants.
  2. Greg Rosa posted on 06/17/2014 09:17 AM
    Your news is not news it is conservative talk show commentary and often silly banter.
    Cant we just get the news?
    1. Jill Layton posted on 06/17/2014 02:26 PM
      @Greg Rosa I listen most mornings and hear news. If you're listening after 9a.m., guess what? That IS a conservative talk show! Before 9, it's mostly news and some interviews, editorials and some "banter." Maybe if you want boring news you should be listening to NPR, or something. You can pretend that liberal news doesn't have editorials, commentary or "banter," if you like. KSRO's new programming is WAY more entertaining than it was before.
  3. Brian Wilson posted on 07/16/2014 01:24 PM
    On July 16, morning show rant was discussing best hamburger in Sonoma County. My submission is the Santa Rosa Junior College Culinary Café, open Wed-Friday:

    Grilled Shone Farm grass-fed hamburger with bacon, gruyere and tomato cornichon aioli on a soft roll ~ 8.50
  4. Faith Adam posted on 07/30/2014 06:21 PM
    We have listened to KSRO at 6:30 a m since 1969 when we moved here. We are happy with your show.
    But . . . I think that if you would look at the lifetime salaries of our legislators you could stop complaining about teachers. As a retired teacher in California I have to pay my own medical and I can not collect the full Social Security I paid into. That is 'double dipping'. We even pay into our own retirment.
    Teachers and military averages are far below legislators, sad.
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