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Adam Hill heads for divorce court

UPDATE: Third District San Luis Obispo County Supervisor Adam Hill and his wife Virginia Hill apparently reached a settlement, according to courtroom staff who waited for about an hour in case either party in the divorce proceeding decided to show... (Continue reading)

Ed Waage considering supervisor race against Adam Hill

Pismo Beach City Councilman Ed Waage is "seriously considering" challenging incumbent District 3 county supervisor Adam Hill in 2012. Waage discussed the possibility of entering the race Wednesday in an exclusive interview with CalCoastNews. “I believe there is a role for government,... (Continue reading)

DA’s office in secret deal to sell Pasolivo

The San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s office is close to finalizing a deal to sell the Pasolivo Ranch property, which is to be used to reimburse victims of the Estate Financial investment fraud. But Deputy District Attorney Steve von Dohlen... (Continue reading)

Warding off water wars

People in northern San Luis Obispo County are running out of water—some faster than others. And, unless a community effort to stabilize the Paso Robles Groundwater Basin is successful, it could mean letting a judge decide who has a right... (Continue reading)

Tale of the 911 tape

An Atascadero woman screams, “stop, stop, please send someone,” to the 911 operator. In the next room, caller Sarah Summers’ developmentally disabled stepson grapples with another man who has followed him to his father's home after the stepson passed him on... (Continue reading)

Racial intimidation escalates in Arroyo Grande

As the trial date of four alleged white supremacist draws near, intimidation of a mixed race family in Arroyo Grande has escalated. In broad daylight, on Saturday, someone spray painted the name of a white supremacist gang and a cross on... (Continue reading)

15 pelicans dead, dozens injured in Avila Beach

In what experts are calling a feeding frenzy, at least 15 Brown Pelicans have died and dozens have injured themselves in the excitement of finding an unusual amount of fish in the San Luis Harbor in Avila Beach. The popular birds,... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles water park lifeguards use discredited Heimlich maneuver

The Heimlich maneuver is most commonly associated with saving choking victims as a way to dislodge whatever foreign object is obstructing the airway. But, the use of the maneuver on drowning victims has been widely discredited and experts say it... (Continue reading)

Hurst Financial president charged with defrauding investors

The U.S. attorney office today filed federal fraud and money laundering charges against the head of an Atascadero financial company alleging that he bilked investors in Central Coast real estate projects. The money was ultimately siphoned off for other purposes,... (Continue reading)

Carter under fire for using city resources in special election

Members of the San Luis Obispo public safety workers' unions want to know why city councilman Andrew Carter is possibly violating the law in his attempts to overturn binding arbitration and implement pension reform during August's special election involving Measures... (Continue reading)



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