Articles Tagged With ‘Alcohol’




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California bill proposes 4 a.m. last call

A bill introduced in the California Legislature would make it possible for some bars and restaurants to extend last call for alcohol from 2 a.m. to 4 a.m. [SF Chronicle] State Sen. Scott Wiener’s (D-San... (Continue reading)

California’s new laws for 2017

The New Year is right around the corner and with it comes new laws about hands-free cell phones, minimum wage, drinking alcohol at beauty shops and many other issues. Here are some of the laws... (Continue reading)

Burglars steal $2,500 in liquor from SLO store

Burglars broke into BevMo! on Froom Ranch Way in San Luis Obispo on Sunday morning and stole $2,500 worth of liquor. This was the fifth burglary or robbery of a business in SLO during the... (Continue reading)

SLO man ends up in coma after Halloween accident

A 21-year-old San Luis Obispo man has undergone two brain surgeries and is in critical condition following an accident at a Halloween party. [Tribune] On Friday night, Mathew Papaleo attended a Halloween costume party at... (Continue reading)

SLO Brew ordered to stop work, permits suspended

  By KAREN VELIE San Luis Obispo city inspectors placed a stop work order and suspended all permits for SLO Brew’s new facility out by the airport after discovering multiple violations. The new facility, dubbed... (Continue reading)

Mother gets drunk, toddler wanders Morro Bay streets at night

During a night of heavy drinking in Morro Bay, a 21-year-old Templeton woman lost track of her two-year-old son. Morro Bay police found the boy wandering around a neighborhood at 3 a.m. Thursday. Five hours... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly is no longer a dry campus

For the first time, Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo has an area for students to drink alcohol on the campus. Beer and wine are now being served to anyone over 21 years of age... (Continue reading)

SLO County proposal on taxi DUIs becomes California law

A bill setting a new blood alcohol content (BAC) limit for taxi and Uber drivers was signed into law Wednesday by California Gov. Jerry Brown. San Luis Obispo County prosecutor Lee Cunningham authored the bill,... (Continue reading)

Was Paula Lopez discriminated against for being an alcoholic?

Former news anchor Paula Lopez Ochoa is suing the parent company of her former employers, Central Coast broadcasters KEYT and KCOY, arguing discrimination based on her race, sex and disability led to her firing. Lopez’s... (Continue reading)

Mayor arrested for playing strip poker at youth camp

The 41-year-old mayor of Stockton was arrested Thursday on charges stemming from a strip poker game he allegedly participated in with teen counselors at his Mayor’s Youth Camp last summer. Mayor Anthony Silva is charged... (Continue reading)



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