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Report sex offender on Craigslist, win cash prize

Robert Roe

The San Luis Obispo Police Department and SLO County nonprofit Crime Stoppers have issued a cash reward to a tipster who reported a Craigslist post containing a photograph of a man’s genitalia and a message soliciting “young girls” for sexual... (Continue reading)

Motorcyclist killed in Templeton crash

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An Arizona man died Thursday morning after being ejected from a motorcycle that collided with a semi-truck on Highway 46 near Vineyard Drive in Templeton. Shortly after 10 a.m., the semi-truck, which was headed west on Highway 46, slowed to... (Continue reading)

Gesell contemplating run against Joe Arpaio

San Luis Obispo’s former police chief Steve Gesell withdrew his application for the Chico chief of police job and has set his sights on a possible run for embattled Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s position in the 2016 election. [KSBY]... (Continue reading)

Frequent filer sues 6 SLO County businesses

A disabled Arizona man with a criminal past and a vast history of litigation filed six lawsuits against San Luis Obispo County businesses on Jan. 30. [Tribune] Robert McCarthy, 59, has filed more than 250 suits under the Americans With... (Continue reading)

SLO assailant reoffends shortly after release

Shortly after an Arizona man was arrested for battery and concealing a dagger, the suspect allegedly harassed patrons of another store in San Luis Obispo. At 11:30 a.m., Justin Edmond Pard, 20, entered a downtown San Luis Obispo store Thursday... (Continue reading)

Sacramento State escapes with first NCAA Tournament win

Sacramento State cashed in a costly eighth inning error by Arizona State and survived a ninth inning Sun Devil rally to notch the school’s first NCAA Tournament win. Following a booted double play ball with no outs in the bottom... (Continue reading)

SLO Regional scouting: Cory Hahn comes to town

By JOSH FRIEDMAN The most acclaimed player at the first NCAA regional hosted by Cal Poly will not take the field this weekend in San Luis Obispo. The 2010 Mr. Baseball California, Cory Hahn, is a graduated senior at Arizona... (Continue reading)

New Times publishers win $3.7 million abuse of power lawsuit

Maricopa County Board of Supervisors voted to pay Phoenix New Times publishers $3.7 million for politically motivated actions taken by county officials against the journalists. [azcentral.com] Last week’s settlements bring to at least $17 million the final taxpayer cost of... (Continue reading)

Dennis & Me: Remembering Dennis Farina

OPINION By DAVID CONGALTON Actor Dennis Farina died Monday morning at his home in Scottsdale, Arizona at the age of 69. Medical reports indicate a blood clot. Genuine, well-deserved praise has splashed across the Internet in honor of this former... (Continue reading)

High Court snuffs Arizona voter-ID law

An Arizona voter-approved law requiring people desiring to vote t0 prove they are U.S. citizens was struck down Monday morning by the U.S. Supreme Court. (The Blaze) The so-called voter-ID law in Arizona was the biggest test to date of... (Continue reading)



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