We’re just over two weeks in to full-service ridership on SMART, and we’re learning that the numbers are positive so far: about 3-thousand people a day are riding SMART during the week, with another 2-thousand on the
Santa Rosa Historian and Author Gaye Lebaron joins us to talk about KSRO’s 80 years in radio.
Petaluma Mayor and Former KSRO Host, David Glass, talk to us about KSRO’s 80th Anniversary.
Hundreds are adding their voices to those across the county and country protesting the decision to end the program known as DACA. Yesterday about 250 people rallied outside Saint Vincent De Paul Catholic Church in Petaluma to
A Santa Rosa woman is suspected of driving under the influence after driving onto the SMART train tracks in Rohnert Park. Tyra Ingalls was taken into custody Saturday after police said she drove about 70 feet
Keep the coast clean: that’s the goal of the 33rd annual California Coastal Clean-up Days this coming Saturday. You can volunteer for duty at the beaches between Jenner and Bodega Bay, or the efforts closer to town:
Assemblymember Marc Levine, joins us to talk about AB 154 and AB 89.
There’s a waiting list for a new housing community in Roseland: no surprise, when you consider the asking price will be under 400-thousand dollars. The homes are partially built elsewhere, and will be going up at the Paseo
Petaluma Police are releasing details on a large scale take-down of a homeless encampment. A workforce of 27 people from the police, water agency, conservation corps and the Mary Issak Center converged on the location on the
Sonoma County’s public broadcasting channel is getting a broader reach: thanks to the acquisition of a public tv station in San Mateo. KRCB has announced it will pay 12-million dollars for KCSM-TV, which was in danger of going