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

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

Local News

Number 41 Being Retired 01/16/17 17:00 S.S.

Tonight at  7  p-m,   there  will  be  a  ceremony  to  retire  a  Gonzales  man’s  jersey  (and  uniform  number).    That’s  in  honor  of  21  year-old  Christian  Rosales,   who  was  killed  just  after  new  year’s  eve  in  Salinas.     The ceremony  is  scheduled  to  take  place  at  Gonzales  High  School.   The San  Francisco  Giants  (Rosales’  favorite  professional  team) also  marked  his  death, by  calling  him  a  “giant  hero”  and  sending  a  letter  of  condolence  to Rosales’  family  (along  with  a giant’s  jersey  featuring Rosales’  name  and  high  school  number).

PrintEmail

Thousand Year-Old Tree Fell In Aptos 01/16/17 16:40 S.S.

A  thousand  year-old  tree,  in  the  Forest  Of  Nisene  Marks  State  Park,  fell  this  past  weekend.   The  253-foot  tall  redwood,   known  as  the  “Advocate  Tree”,   was  39  feet  in circumference.     It  was  one  of  the  tallest  (and largest)  trees  in  the  state  park. 

PrintEmail

January 16, 2017: Man Convicted of Financial Elder Abuse

(10:00) Monterey - The Monterey County District Attorney’s Office announced that a man was convicted of financial elder abuse and grand theft on Friday.   62 year-old James Kline, of Monterey Peninsula, is a handyman who was doing home repairs in the summer of 2015 for an 87 year-old woman.   It was reported that Kline took the victim to her credit union to open an ATM card.   He then proceeded to unlawfully withdraw more than 2-thousand dollars using the ATM card.   The victim’s son, who was monitoring his mother’s accounts, notified the credit union of the abnormal withdrawals.   Kline is scheduled for sentencing February 24, and faces a maximum of four years in jail.

PrintEmail

January 16, 2017: Recall: Himalayan Rock Salt Lamps  

(09:30) California - According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission the Himalayan rock salt lamps have been recalled due to reports that the product can overheat and catch fire.   Three different styles have been recalled: Rock of Gibraltar, Carnival of Lights, and Basket of Rocks.  The lamps that were sold at Michaels and on Amazon between July and November 2016 can be returned for a full refund.  

PrintEmail

KSCO Newsletter

Your Email:

We do not share your email with third parties.

×

KSCO Newsletter

Your Email:

We do not share your email with third parties.