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Jeanette Trompeter becomes the news. Again.

Soon-to-be-returning KSBY news anchor Jeanette Trompeter must be counting the days until she leaves Minneapolis-St. Paul for the friendlier confines of San Luis Obispo. As CalCoastNews first reported in November, Trompeter lost her lucrative TV news anchor position in the... (Continue reading)

Unsupervised prisoner release imminent

California state prisons are to begin implementing a plan for the unsupervised release of up to 40,000 non-violent inmates and are required to train staff on non-revocable parole eligibility by Jan. 21, according to a memo sent from the State... (Continue reading)

Estate Financial principals sentenced

San Luis Obispo Superior Court Judge Jac Crawford sentenced Estate Financial, Inc. principal Karen Guth to 12 years in prison and Joshua Yaguda to eight years for fraudulently selling securities without the proper licenses, lying to investors and stealing or... (Continue reading)

Principal agrees to pay back misappropriated monies

Atascadero High School Principal EJ Rossi agreed to return $32,000 to the San Ardo School District (SASD) bringing to the forefront questions of why officials in Atascadero hired Rossi knowing he was accused of misappropriating school funds. Last month, Rossi signed... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly hazing death prompts amnesty program

On the one year anniversary of the hazing death of California Polytechnic State University freshman Carson Starkey, Texas alcohol regulators announced an amnesty program aimed at helping to stop alcohol deaths. Starkey, an Austin Texas native, died after obeying a... (Continue reading)

Juror bails out De Vaul

After voting Dan De Vaul guilty of safety and building code violations, juror number five posted bail for the rancher who chose to go to jail rather than evict the homeless from his property. “My son may not have the best... (Continue reading)

Union attempts to strong arm Meathead Movers

Since a local general contractor refused to hire a union company to install drywall at the future San Luis Obispo home of Meathead Movers, the tactics and aggressive antics of the rejected bidder’s union have reached a level that caused... (Continue reading)

Rancher chooses jail over displacing homeless

Rancher Dan De Vaul was led away in handcuffs this morning after electing to go to jail, rather than accept Judge John Trice's offer of five years of probation. De Vaul, who instead will serve up to 90 days in... (Continue reading)

Principal and former coach accused of bilking cheerleader funds

By KAREN VELIE Parents are accusing the principal of Atascadero High School and a former cheerleading coach of misappropriating monies specified for cheerleader uniforms, camp and supplies for the school’s cheerleading squads.... (Continue reading)

Pardon our dust

By THE STAFF Welcome to CalCoastNews’ redesigned site! We’re working hard to bring our readers more stories, more services and more to talk about. Those who wish to comment must have their first posts approved. All subsequent comments will then... (Continue reading)



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