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Local News

  • 101 Roadwork-7/27/17-1630-PMD

    There will be alternating lane closures on Southbound U Highway 101 at Rocks and Cannon Roads. Caltrans is removing signs and replacing them beginning at 9:00 a.m. The closure should Read More
  • AgWorker Pesticide Study-7/27/17-1608-PMD

    The results of a study performed last summer on the effects of pesticide exposure on Salinas Valley residents are under preliminary review. The study used gps data and chemical sensitive Read More
  • SC Man Missing-7/27/17-1606-PMD

    The Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public’s assistance in locating at risk missing man. 31 year old Mathew Harmon.Harmon was reported missing by friends and was last Read More
  • SC Hazmat Incident-7/27/17-1601

    Hazmat crews responded to a report of an unknown toxic substance behind a Santa Cruz dumpster yesterday (Thurs). Shortly before 7:30 a.m. crews from Santa Cruz, Scotts Valley, and Watsonville Read More
  • Sewage Closes Monterey Beach-7/27/17-1559-PMD

    A Monterey beach has been closed due to a sewage spill. City officials closed MacAbee Beach near Cannery Row after a sewage spill was reported on Tuesday. The beach will Read More
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Flooding, Road Closures As Heavy Rains Fall On Saturated Ground

After years of praying for rain, Santa Cruz County has had more than its fill. Looking for something to bet on now that the Super Bowl is in the past? Try betting on whether 17 will stay open!

Take A Look At Some Local Flooding

Saturday Food Chain

Every Saturday morning, from 9 to 10 a.m, join KSCO's Michael Olson for a discussion on local farm and agriculture issues.

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Journalist

Michael Olson produced, wrote and/or photographed feature-length news for a variety of media, including the San Francisco Chronicle and Examiner newspapers, Skiing and Small Space Gardening magazines,NBC, ABC, Australian Broadcast Commission, and KQED Public Television networks. His production and photography helped win a National Emmy nomination for NBC Magazine with David Brinkley. Olson is the author of MetroFarm, the Ben Franklin Book of the Year Finalist and Executive Producer and Host of the syndicated Saturday Food Chain radiotalk show, which received the Ag/News Show of the Year Award from the California Legislature. He recently authored Tales from a Tin Can, which is the oral-history of a World War II US Navy destroyer that earned a Starred Review from Publishers Weekly.

Business Person

Olson designed, blended and packaged a fertilizer for container-grown house and garden plants; certified and registered the product as a “specialty fertilizer” with the State of California; and sold the product to the national lawn and garden market. Olson has over two decades of broadcast media management and, as General Manager of newstalk radio stations KSCO & KOMY in Santa Cruz, California, has helped hundreds of locally-owned businesses compete against national chains. Olson is currently a partner in the MO MultiMedia Group of Santa Cruz, California.

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GMO's and Monsanto Woes

Michael Olson invites Professor Emeritus of Perdue University Dr. Don Huber. They discuss concerns over the possibility of a newly discovered pathogen that could be causing spontaneous abortion rates of 20-45% in animal that feed on genetically engineered crops. Some believe that this new pathogen is a direct result of Glysophate, a herbicide developed and sold by the Monsanto corporation .If this is true, what will the Monsanto bug do to us?

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