Margaret Carrero joined the KNX 1070 news team in March 2012.
Margaret began her radio career at country music station KRAK in Sacramento. A few years later she transitioned to traffic reporting with Metro Networks / Westwood One. For the better part of her 15 years with Metro, Margaret produced content and traffic reports in the Sacramento / San Joaquin Valley region and delivered countless reports for just about every radio format from Chico to Merced.
She transferred to Metro’s Fresno office in 2006 where she wrote news for the company’s wire service, while continuing to do traffic reports on radio and television. In 2008, Margaret joined the KMJ news team in Fresno.
Many of Margaret’s stories have aired on the CBS Radio network over the years.
California may be in the midst of an historic drought, but when the skies open up, there’s a very real prospect of mudslides and floods.
Living in earthquake country within the Pacific Ring of Fire means we’re at risk of a tsunami.
In Playa Vista, what once was the Howard Hughes Aircraft Company is now a thriving campus buzzing with creativity.
The war over water in California dates back more than a century, and the drought has reopened some of the old wounds.
As food prices go up because of the drought, some people are looking to grow their own with less water.
Gov. Jerry Brown has declared a drought state of emergency in California, calling on all Californians to cut back their water use by 20 percent.
Hollywood will witness the end of an era Friday as a decades-old film processing lab says goodbye to celluloid.
Since 2007, the historic Silent Movie Theatre in LA’s Fairfax District has been home to a non-profit group on a mission to reinvigorate the theatrical experience.
Michael Jackson’s longtime hair and makeup artist testified Thursday that AEG’s co-CEO was aware of the singer’s mix of medications, which she said he began receiving nearly two decades before his death.
Five days before Michael Jackson died, his manager called the singer’s doctor and said Jackson was sick.
The number of American homes reposed by lenders in March fell to the lowest level in more than five years, according to Los Angeles-based Realty Trac Inc.
Express toll lanes aimed at reducing traffic congestion could be slowing down drivers on the Harbor (110) Freeway, officials said Wednesday.
If you’re looking for a furry friend to take home, the city of Los Angeles wants to be your matchmaker.
The next time you go to Dodger Stadium, you could see more emergency personnel parked outside.
German artist Michael Sistig has debuted an art display along the shoreline of El Segundo Beach.