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.
ChubbsMeet our Pet of the Week from the Humane Society of Sonoma County, Chubbs. Chubbs is a handsome black and white Pit Bull mix, he’s 4 years old and weighs 80 lbs. He is a big dog
Geyser Fire on January 22, 2022. Photo from AlertWildFire.orgA fire started at Geyser Peak early Saturday morning, and grew to about 5 acres before fire crews were able to get it contained. Reports say that the fire
Buster and Posey.Meet our Pets of the Week from the Rohnert Park Animal Shelter, Buster and Posey. They’re about 8 years old and brothers. Not as athletic as their namesakes as they are big kitties and have
MilesMeet our Pet of the Week from the Humane Society of Sonoma County, Miles. Miles is a 4 year old all-black kitty with big yellow eyes. If you’re seeking a companion to keep you company, make you
pinkomelet/iStockSonoma County is requiring everyone to wear masks indoors regardless of vaccination status. The county announced yesterday that they are taking away exemptions to the mandate that allowed vaccinated people to go maskless in certain settings. The
It is the end of an era at KSRO Radio. Drive Producer and all around amazing human Mike DeWald has accepted a full time position at KCBS in San Francisco. DeWald began as an intern with The