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CSU Chancellor announces first step toward layoffs

By KAREN VELIE Just three months after California State University (CSU) officials pitched furlough days as an alternative to layoffs, Cal Poly professors received notice of intended terminations. Last July, CSU Chancellor Charles B. Reed said furloughs would save 6,000 jobs and... (Continue reading)

Pasolivo: How much is the ranch really worth?

Editor’s note: This is the second and final article in a series of stories examining how the development of Pasolivo olive ranch was funded through Estate Financial Inc. and how the San Luis Obispo County Superior Court-controlled asset is being... (Continue reading)

Pasolivo: The olive ranch the investors built

Editor’s note: This is Part One in a series examining how Pasolivo olive ranch was funded and how today it is being managed by Joeli Yaguda under the direction of the San Luis Obispo District Attorney’s office. By KAREN VELIE A Paso... (Continue reading)

Where does Settle live?

By KAREN VELIE During the past four months, police and fire have responded to a San Luis Obispo house owned by City Councilman Allen Settle at least three times. The visits, prompted by complaints about noise, suspicious activities and an illegal... (Continue reading)

SLO Man attacked and robbed

A San Luis Obispo man was attacked early this morning by a man who approached him from behind and struck him over the head rendering him unconscious, police said. Joshua Brown, 32, said he was walking near the corner of California... (Continue reading)

UPDATE: Cuesta President out of the running in Alabama

By KAREN VELIE Cuesta College President David Pelham is no longer a candidate to be the new chancellor of Alabama's two-year community college system. Last week, Pelham and 11 other candidates interviewed for the position. The Alabama State Board of Education is... (Continue reading)

Suspended officer accused of elderly abuse

By KAREN VELIE A San Luis Obispo police officer, currently under a criminal investigation for attempting to bring contraband across the border from Mexico, has faced allegations of elderly abuse in the past, CalCoastNews has learned. Interviews with sources in the know... (Continue reading)

Estate Financial principals plead guilty to all charges

By KAREN VELIE The North County mother-and-son team who ran Estate Financial Inc. have been convicted of fraudulently selling securities without the proper licenses, lying to investors, and stealing or destroying property worth $3.2 million. Estate Financial owners Karen Guth and her... (Continue reading)

SLO Police officers under criminal investigation

By KAREN VELIE A pair of San Luis Obispo Police officers were stopped allegedly attempting to bring contraband across the border from Mexico last month, a U.S. custom’s spokesperson said. Sources tell CalCoastNews that San Luis Obispo Police officer Dan McDow and... (Continue reading)

Estate financial principals to plead guilty to all charges

Karen Guth and Joshua Yaguda’s attorneys informed the San Luis Obispo District Attorney’s office they plan to plead guilty to 23 felony counts on Monday morning. “This is not a plea bargain, so the defendants are required to plead guilty to... (Continue reading)

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