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.

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.


Caltrans via Facebook

Caltrans District 1 reports via Facebook that a fresh landslide has once again closed Highway 101 in both directions north of Leggett. The closure is at the same location that was reopened to traffic on Monday evening after a weeklong closure. Authorities advise motorists to avoid the area, travel with caution and seek alternate routes. 

Further details have been released in Tuesday's robbery in Laytonville, which left a man with a gunshot wound.


In a release from the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office, authorities say the 63-year-old male victim was shot around 6 a.m in his residence in the 100 block of Mill Road.


He told deputies three to five unknown African-American men smashed in his glass door armed with handguns. They allegedly held the victim at gunpoint and demanded money and marijuana.


A plane crashed at Manchester State Park today, authorities said.


According to Cal Fire, the private plane ran out of gas and turned over during an emergency landing around 11:00 a.m. On a private ranch.


Forunately, the pilot and his passenger weren't injured. The federal aviation administration is investigating the incident.


The plane was reported as a 1967 single-engine Cessna 180.