Daily Briefs

Bank robbery suspect kills himself while evading arrest

A man suspected of robbing a Robobank in Goleta shot and killed himself while fleeing from deputies on Friday afternoon. [Cal Coast Times] Shortly before...

Two Oceano Community Services District directors resign

Two Oceano Community Services District Board members have recently resigned leaving two vacancies on the five-person board. [Cal Coast Times] Because of the timing of...

Pismo Beach Councilman Erik Howell fined in conflict of interest case

A San Diego County judge fined Pismo Beach Councilman Erik Howell $3,500 over his failure to disclose ex-parte communications as a member of the California...

Paso Robles sales tax hike on the November ballot

Despite public outcry against the potential tax hike, the Paso Robles City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to place a half percent sales tax measure on...

More Daily Briefs

Discovered

Can local dogs break a Guinness World Record?

Members of he San Luis Obispo County Golden Retrievers will attempt to break the ‘largest dog photo shoot’ following their annual Goldens in the Park...

ACLU’s annual civil rights event in SLO

The San Luis Obispo Chapter of the ACLU is hosting its bi-annual general meeting on March 31 (this Saturday) at the San Luis Obispo Library’s...

5 spooky and fun fall recipes

On Halloween, do cupcakes taste better when they’re topped with candy corn? You better find out. Find the perfect Halloween recipes with a little help...

More Discovered

Eye on the Coast

Holiday Fire in Goleta, video and photo gallery

A wildfire burning in the foothills above Goleta has consumed 50 to 80 acres and destroyed 20 structures.Santa Barbara County Fire produced the following videos...

Templeton High School seniors graduate, photos

Photos by Richard Bastian On Thursday evening, 188 Templeton High School graduating seniors received diplomas at the Eagles Stadium in the small community of Templeton....

More Eye on the Coast

Uncovered SLO

Did squabble over family trust lead to arson in Oceano?

By Cal Coast Times Staff An Oceano man involved in a squabble over a family trust allegedly used a blowtorch to set fire to a...

County vendor’s troubles raise the question, who’s printing your ballots?

By KAREN VELIE While fielding questions over its ability to operate in California, San Luis Obispo County’s ballot printer was hit with multiple tax liens....

Is SLO County’s ballot producer suspended from operating in California?

By KAREN VELIE The ballot printer for the San Luis Obispo County Clerk Recorders Office was suspended from doing business in California in 2017, but...

Staffers allege mismanagement at the SLO County Jail

By KAREN VELIE Amid allegations of mismanagement, incapacitated staffers and failures to provide proper medical care, San Luis Obispo County Sheriff Ian Parkinson hired more...

More Uncovered SLO

Opinion

Why SLO needs a new mayor

OPINION by T. KEITH GURNEE As a long-time resident of San Luis Obispo, I cannot recall a time when we’ve had a mayor and city...

It’s time for the SLO City Council to consider impacts

Opinion by David Brodie and Allan Cooper Even though there have been zoning studies concerning building height limits in downtown San Luis Obispo, there seems...

SLO’s unholy alliance of so-called “progressives”

Opinion by concerned citizens An unholy alliance of so-called “progressives” running our city and out-of-town developers is threatening to destroy San Luis Obispo’s small town...

More Opinion