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Pismo Beach council approves new hotel

The Pismo Beach City Council approved a new hotel development in the heart of town during its meeting Tuesday, rejecting an appeal by city residents. [Tribune] The Inn at the Pier is expected to fill a dirt lot located at... (Continue reading)

Al Moriarty sentenced to 5 years

A San Luis Obispo judge sentenced Grover Beach financier Al Moriarty to a five-year county jail sentence Thursday, but the convicted felon will likely have to remain behind bars for just a little more than a year. [KSBY] Last month,... (Continue reading)

Climate change revisited

OPINION By DR. RAY WEYMANN In January 2010 I wrote an essay for CalCoastNews entitled “The Climate Change Challenge.” It is interesting but sobering to see in what ways the picture has and has not changed since then. A good... (Continue reading)

Is law enforcement using Facebook to bust pot users?

By KAREN VELIE Law enforcement agencies throughout the country are using Facebook to help them catch criminals, and on the Central Coast, officers may have taken it a step further. Many departments are now training officers on how to navigate... (Continue reading)

Central Coast health care provider spending millions on football stadium

Nonprofit hospital operator Dignity Health, which runs three care facilities on the Central Coast, is pouring money into the San Francisco 49ers’ new football stadium. [SF Gate] Dignity Health purchased luxury suites, known as a skybox, at the recently opened... (Continue reading)

Do Los Angeles school police need grenade launchers?

Los Angeles Unified School District police are sitting on a cache of military equipment that includes a tank and grenade launchers. [CBS LA] Like police departments across the country, the Los Angeles school police received their combat equipment from the... (Continue reading)

Recent Pismo Beach councilman dies

Former Pismo Beach councilman Ted Ehring died earlier this month at the age of 84. [Tribune] Ehring, an air force veteran and former oil and gas company executive, served on the Pismo Beach council from 2006 to 2012. He died... (Continue reading)

Governor inks local water bill

Expressing concern over California’s future water supplies, Gov. Jerry Brown Tuesday signed legislation to create a structure for formation of a “hybrid” district to manage the Paso Robles basin, as well as a package of bills aimed at regulating basins... (Continue reading)

Clearing up misinformation about Cambria’s water supply

OPINION By AMANDA RICE I am a regular reader of Cal Coast News, a Cambrian and a current elected board member of Cambria CSD. And I respect the role of journalism as the fourth branch of government. A strong, free... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly football players plead not guilty to robbery charges

Four Cal Poly football players accused of involvement in an August robbery of a fraternity house pleaded not guilty to a host of charges Monday in San Luis Obispo Superior Court. [Tribune] Last month, San Luis Obispo police arrested five... (Continue reading)



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