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Three teens arrested for carjacking

Three teenage boys were arrested Wednesday on Highway 101 just north of Santa Margarita on suspicion of carjacking a woman in Visalia. Two teens allegedly jacked the car and a purse from a woman in a Target store parking lot... (Continue reading)

Alleged bank robber caught in Atascadero

Atascadero police arrested two people Thursday for allegedly robbing Chase Bank. [KSBY] Around 5:20 p.m., a man walked into the Chase Bank in the 8000 block of El Camino Real, told a teller he had a gun and ran away... (Continue reading)

Former SLO police officer’s termination upheld

The firing of a former San Luis Obispo police officer after he pled guilty to misdemeanor charges of bringing misbranded Mexican prescription drugs into the United States was upheld in court on Thursday. In his suit, former patrol officer Dan... (Continue reading)

Fullerton loses coach, game to open weekend in SLO

By JOSH FRIEDMAN The Cal State Fullerton baseball team earned itself a tongue lashing in its 8-0 loss to Cal Poly Thursday night. But, Titan players likely did not receive any verbal abuse from Head Coach Rick Vanderhook following the... (Continue reading)

Will SLO issue a pension obligation bond?

By JOSH FRIEDMAN Chances are growing that the city of San Luis Obispo will issue a pension obligation bond to gain control of its unfunded retirement plan liabilities, which have soared past $100 million. The city currently has a total... (Continue reading)

El Ten Eleven brings a new sound to SLO Brew

By ERICA EVANS There is no feeling compared to the one you get when you are at a concert and you can feel the instruments move from your feet, pounding all the way through to your chest. That’s what it... (Continue reading)

Pismo Beach settles prayer suit

The Pismo Beach City Council agreed Tuesday to stop having prayer before meetings and to pay legal fees and damages of about $47,502 to settle a lawsuit filed by the Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF). On Nov. 1, FFRF and... (Continue reading)

Mystery military device spurs evacuation of Solvang

Between 500 and 700 homes and business in Solvang faced evacuation orders Wednesday after an unknown military device appeared in the city’s business district. [KSBY] The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a possibly explosive device, described... (Continue reading)

Supervisor candidates tussle in Nipomo

By JOSH FRIEDMAN Caren Ray is warning voters about big money donors, Lynn Compton is making no bones about being Republican and Mike Byrd is facing a charge of unethical behavior for offering an opinion during a debate. Those revelations... (Continue reading)

Battle for SLO supervisor seat prompts illegal signs

By JOSH FRIEDMAN A sitting San Luis Obispo County supervisor seeking to keep her seat has dozens of campaign signs placed on county and state property in violation of the law. Typically, candidates get permission from supporters to place signs... (Continue reading)



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