Sonoma County’s Morning News with KSRO News Director Michelle Marques and Larry Olson is your gateway to the stories you need to know. KSRO Hosts focus their broadcast straight at the people of Sonoma County, who want to know what’s happening in their own backyard. Many stories demand a serious approach, but they make sure to have fun too.
Caitlin Corley (City of Petaluma)The City of Petaluma has announced Caitlin Corley as its new city clerk, filling the position that’s been vacant since August. Corley has 12 years government experience working for the town of Colma,
Petaluma Vehicle Abatement Unit (Petaluma Police)Petaluma police conducted an Abandoned Vehicle Abatement Sweep on Thursday. They were looking to address parking issues, including street parking of boats, RV’s, and trailers throughout the city. The sweep resulted in
iStock/ThinkstockA new therapy dog is coming to the rescue of Santa Rosa firefighters. Maverick will help relieve stress and trauma as part of the department’s behavioral health program. The one-year-old Lab mix was welcomed with open arms
New developments in a high profile murder that shook San Francisco. A trial date has now been set for the man accused of killing tech executive Bob Lee earlier this year. The suspect will go before a
Animal welfare activist Wayne Hsuing has been sentenced to 90 days in Sonoma County Jail for his role in protests at two poultry farms outside Petaluma. Last month, he was convicted of trespassing and conspiracy, more than
The woman who died in a three-vehicle crash outside of Petaluma has been identified. On November 21st, 77-year-old Kathleen Swenson of Reno, Nevada was a passenger in an SUV going south on Lakeville Highway just south of