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.

Mendocino County Sheriff's Office

Two men were arrested in Ukiah on Sunday after one of them allegedly fired a gun into the ground during an argument.

According to the Ukiah Daily Journal, the altercation between 47-year-old Roman Garcia Maciel and his 50-year-old brother Miguel occurred before 4:50 p.m. in the 900 block of Waugh Lane.

The Ukiah Police Department told the paper that Roman Maciel went inside his house during the argument to get a bolt-action rifle and came out to fire it four times into the ground. When officers responded to the scene, the brothers appeared intoxicated.

The town hall in Fort Bragg on August 10, 2017 covered a wide array of local, regional, and state topics. Education, the Willits bypass, the Caltrans Richardson Grove project, and healthcare are featured in Part II with reporter Jason Morash.  

City of Fort Bragg

Senator Mike McGuire expressed the importance of challenging the Trump Administration in many areas at the Fort Bragg Town Hall on August 14, 2017.  The meeting also included discussions from Fort Bragg City Mayor Lindy Peters, Mendocino County Sheriff Tom Allman, and County Supervisor Chair John McCowan. Part I of our coverage of the meeting features the GP mill site, immigration, marijuana, and housing. 

Jeffrey Parker

Mendocino County Third District Supervisor Georgeanne Croskey, appointed by the governor to the long-untended seat in May, said Wednesday that she will serve out her appointive term but not seek an elective mandate when it runs out in December 2018.

“I am a mother, a wife, and a public servant,” Croskey said in a statement issued by the county executive's office. “I love my family and I love serving the Third District. However, my husband and children need me to be a wife and mother first. It is with great regret that I will be leaving this position and Mendocino County.”

Cyanobacteria, commonly known as blue-green algae, is once again affecting bodies of water in the area, and local Public and Environmental Health officials are advising people to avoid contact with this potentially toxic bacteria.