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Battle lines drawn over SLO rental inspection election

By JOSH FRIEDMAN In the coming months, attorney Stew Jenkins, former council member Dan Carpenter and others will campaign for San Luis Obispo voters to approve a non-discrimination in housing ordinance that would replace an... (Continue reading)

City of SLO settles rental inspection ordinance lawsuit

After rescinding its controversial rental inspection ordinance, the City of San Luis Obispo has agreed to pay the cost and fees of a suit, filed by a small group of property owners and a renter,... (Continue reading)

Los Osos administrator to get 23 percent pay increase

By KAREN VELIE Less than a month after the Los Osos Community Services District Board voted to increase water rates by as much by as 65 percent, the district is considering increasing the pay of... (Continue reading)

Family disputes sheriff’s account of fatal deputy-involved shooting

By KAREN VELIE The family of a Paso Robles man who was shot and killed in January by San Luis Obispo County Sheriff deputies is disputing the department’s account of the fatal shooting. Shortly after... (Continue reading)

Carrizo Plain National Monument threatened

By KAREN VELIE President Donald Trump on Wednesday ordered a review of two dozen national monuments that could end protections against mining, logging and oil drilling. Trumps executive order could put the Carrizo Plain National... (Continue reading)

Was a whistleblower placed on administrative leave?

By KAREN VELIE Less than a week after the superintendent of the South San Luis Obispo County Sanitation District reported that the district had violated the districts bylaws and purchasing policy, the administrator placed the... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly officer accused of shooting an unarmed man

A former Fresno police officer who shot and killed an unarmed man is now working for the Cal Poly Police Department. Shortly after Cal Poly hired Felipe Manuel Lucero, students accused the officer of putting... (Continue reading)

Angry county jail staffers blast Tribune’s fake news story

By KAREN VELIE San Luis Obispo County Jail employees, many of whom for years have complained about neglect and abuse at the jail, are calling the Tribune’s latest story on the county jail “fake news.”... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay City manager seeking a new job

By KAREN VELIE City Manager David Buckingham is one of two finalists for the town manager position in Vail, Colorado. The announcement comes less than three months after Buckingham said he planned to remain on... (Continue reading)

SLO to hold special election as city battles to keep inspecting rentals

By JOSH FRIEDMAN Rather than adopting a non-discrimination in housing ordinance and staving off a special election, the San Luis Obispo City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to send the ongoing dispute over a rental inspection... (Continue reading)



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