Jason Morash


Jason is the newest member of the KZYX news team. He's quickly made a great impression as he has been keep the community updated on road conditions during our recent storms.

 In the face of risking federal funding and the mayor's intent to delay the discussion to a later meeting, the Willits City Council narrowly approved a resolution Wednesday which declares the city's support for local immigrants.


The 3-2 decision came after a lengthy debate over the wording of the sixth paragraph in the document, which declares the Willits Police Department will continue to not enforce federal immigration laws except for matters of violent crime and officer safety.


KZYX News reporter Jason Morash interviews newly appointed District 3 Supervisor Georgeanne Croskey.

This report also includes other stories: 

-The preliminary hearing for the suspects involved in the Settler Murder 

-March for Science in Fort Bragg

- Record Store Day story starts around 3:00

Monday, April 1 News also including 

-Small earthquake hits The Geysers 

- CA Senators fight to fund for rural doctors 

- Prop 57 updates 

U.S. Highway 101 just north of Leggett was reopened to one-way traffic control Friday as Caltrans says the landslide cleanup is ahead of schedule.


According to the Santa Rosa Press Democrat, the removal work of nearly 25,000 cubic yards of debris has cost Caltrans about $2 million. By the time the highway is open to both lanes in a few months, the cleanup may total approximately $5 million.