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.
The SMART Train is scoring a legal victory. The California Supreme Court has cleared the way for SMART to use increased tolls from an escrow account paid for by Bay Area commuters on transportation project. This will
A mother and her baby were injured after they were hit by a truck in Sebastopol. Thirty-six year-old Donna Almendrala was walking southbound along the edge of Burnside, north of Bloomfield Road while holding her 9-month old
iStock/ThinkstockResidents of Santa Rosa’s Bennett Valley neighborhood are having their patience tested by PG&E. On Tuesday, a meeting organized by the utility company to discuss frequent power outages was cut short by a blackout. The 70-person crowd
jaboo2foto/iStockThe owner of gas stations in Sonoma County and six other Bay Area counties must pay a half-a-million-dollar fine as part of a settlement. Alam and Faizan Corporation is accused of breaking state environmental laws. The corporation
Police tape marks off the scene of a shooting off Cabrillo Highway, Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2023, after a gunman killed several people at two agricultural businesses in Half Moon Bay, Calif. Officers arrested a suspect in Monday’s
Former Sebastopol Mayor Robert Jacob has pleaded no contest to six counts of child sex crimes. The 45-year-old was supposed to begin a jury trial today, but reached a plea deal with prosecutors instead. Jacob will be