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.
If you’re hoping to fly down to the Gulf Coast this week, you may want to start considering alternate travel plans.
Authorities say detectives have discovered nearly 2,000 marijuana plants growing in the hills above Pathfinder Regional Community Park.
Comedian Roseanne Barr is serious about securing the presidential nomination for the Peace and Freedom Party.
Supervisor Don Knabe has called for a review after receiving what he described as “nervous calls” from employees — some of whom have been deployed overseas for months
This year’s state standardized test results have been delayed while California education officials investigate dozens of photos leaked online.
Lawmakers were one step closer on Friday to passing legislation that would limit law enforcement from implementing federal immigration law.
Internet search giant Google is denying any plans to uproot one of the city’s most iconic workout spots along Venice Beach.
Hundreds of Orange County students hit the waves on Wednesday, one day after state lawmakers declared the first “International Surfing Day”.
Attorneys for Bryan Stow want the former Dodgers owner to help pay more than $50 million for their client’s current and future medical costs.
If approved, the tax would have required property owners to pay an extra $298 a year for five years to raise $255 million to help fund district school operations.
Terminally ill patients and dispensary workers were among those who showed up on the steps of City Hall ahead of a critical vote tomorrow.
The City of Monrovia is gearing toward a greener future.
Historic downtown San Dimas offers visitors a trip back in time amid decades-old buildings and wood-planked sidewalks.
The vote comes despite fears that Metro’s intended tunnel would be dangerous for students and interfere with plans to renovate the BHHS campus.
Thousands of confidential religious files documenting sexual abuse among clergy members in the Roman Catholic church were made public on Wednesday.