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Homeless living in Santa Maria storage units

Homeless people have moved into multiple storage units in Santa Maria creating safety, theft and trespassing issues. [KEYT] In some cases, the occupants rented the units before moving in. And while some of the tenants claim they have paid their... (Continue reading)

PG&G diverted safety funds to bonuses

PG&E diverted more than $100 million in monies for safety and operations to bonuses for executives and shareholder profits over a 15-year period that is linked to the 2010 San Bruno disaster, according to an independent audit and a staff... (Continue reading)

Police officer shoots and kills Oxnard woman

An Oxnard police officer shot and killed a 24-year-old Oxnard woman early Saturday morning, according to a press release. Shortly before 1 a.m., Oxnard police received a report of a domestic dispute at an apartment building on Vineyard Avenue. While... (Continue reading)

Jury finds feces eating bank robber, sane

A San Luis Obispo County jury found a 40-year-old man who said the Virgin Mary ordered him to rob a bank and eat his own feces, sane and guilty of bank robbery. In July 2013, Andrew Gilbertson disguised himself by... (Continue reading)

ISIS allegedly sets its sights on Solvang

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria is reportedly targeting a resident of Solvang who is an active member or veteran of either the U.S. Navy or Air Force. [KEYT] A hacking group affiliated with ISIS has released a kill... (Continue reading)

Lucia Mar teachers endorse a strike

The South County teachers’ union currently engaged in a pay dispute with the Lucia Mar Unified School District voted Thursday to authorize a strike. Representatives of the Lucia Mar Unified Teachers Association must still meet at least once more time... (Continue reading)

Aspiring thief caught on camera in Paso Robles

Paso Robles police are searching for a man who has been scavenging for items to steal from vehicles at night. Early Wednesday morning, a resident of the 1600 block of Leah Way reviewed home surveillance footage and noticed a man... (Continue reading)

Dee Torres-Hill competes with CAPSLO while still on its payroll

By KAREN VELIE and DANIEL BLACKBURN Months before Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo County (CAPSLO) demoted Dee Torres-Hill from her position as its homeless services coordinator, she was soliciting donations for a new homeless services organization from wealthy... (Continue reading)

Lucia Mar mediation fails again

By JOSH FRIEDMAN Yet another mediation attempt failed Wednesday in the Lucia Mar teacher pay dispute that may soon result in a strike. Union members are scheduled to vote Thursday on whether or not to authorize a strike. Negotiators from... (Continue reading)

Wrongful death suit alleges drug dealing at Atascadero nursing home

An Atascadero nursing home failed to take measures to stop an employee from distributing expired narcotics, according to a wrongful death lawsuit filed in San Luis Obispo Superior Court. [Tribune] Michelle Hughes, 48, died of a drug overdose in April... (Continue reading)



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