Dr. Wallach & Dead Doctors Don't Lie Live Show: 888-379-2552

KSCO/KOMY Mobile App

iTunes App

Compatible with iPhone and iPad iOS 6.0 or later.

Download iPhone App

Android App

Compatible with Android Mobile Devices and Android Tablets.

Download Android App

KSCO Live Show: 831-479-1080      KSCO Office: 831-475-1080

Important! For Dead Doctors Don't Lie Use: 888-379-2552

Local News

February 11, 2016:Dungeness Crab Safe

(19:30) MONTEREY BAY- The ban on consumption of Dungeness crab has been lifted. Yesterday (Thurs) The Department of Health reported that domoic acid levels have dropped to undetectable levels. The ban has been in effect since November. Consumers are advised to remove the intestines and to boil or steam the crabs. Commercial fishing of Dungeness crab remains banned at this time.




February 11, 2016: Capitola Water Break

(19:14) CAPITOLA- A ruptured water main disrupted traffic through the Capitola Village yesterday (Thurs). The eight inch water pipe burst under the surface of the Stockton Avenue bridge spilling thousands of gallons of water before Soquel Creek Water District crews repaired the pipe at about 4:30 p.m. Traffic remained restricted to one lane for several more hours while the roadway containing the main was repaired.



February 11, 2016:Salinas Police Fight Cancer

(19:00) SALINAS- Salinas Police are raising money to fight cancer by growing beards or wearing more casual clothes on the job. It's part of their annual campaign to support the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life. Beginning February until May 21st uniformed personnel are allowed to grow facial hair -- after providing a $100 donation or agreeing to sell at least $100 worth of raffle tickets for a Honda Civic giveaway. For the same donation, non-uniformed employees may wear business casual apparel. As part of the Relay For Life. The Police Department's Relay For Life team page can be found at http://j.mp/spd-relay-for-life.

February 11, 2016: Monterey Beach Closure

(18:50) MONTEREY- A Monterey beach has been closed. Yesterday (Thurs) the Monterey County Health Department recommended the city close the beach after a petroleum type of substance was observed at McAbee Beach. The substance is being tested, meanwhile crews work to determine the source of the leaked substance. Officials say the beach will remain closed until further notice.


February 11, 2016: Watsonville Gang Arrests

(17:57) WATSONVILLE- Watsonville police have arrested two alleged gang members on gun charges. Authorities say that during a traffic stop Wednesday shortly after 7:15 p.m. on the 100 block of Main Street, officers determined the driver 28 year old Manuel Figueroa Solorsano was on active probation and a compliance search was performed and two handguns were seized. Solorsano and the passenger 28 year old Michael J. Schwartz were booked into county jail on multiple felony charges.