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Student goes on vandalism spree at Cal Poly

A Cal Poly student is accused of embarking on a vandalism spree that caused approximately $25,000 in damages to the university campus. Police say that Logan Puleri, 19, left a trail of vandalism across the middle of the campus early... (Continue reading)

Trial looms for Cal Poly football players

A San Luis Obispo judge has ruled that enough evidence exists to bring to trial all five former Cal Poly football players accused of involvement in an attempted frat house robbery last August. Cameron Akins, 19, is accused of holding... (Continue reading)

Are Cal Poly frat houses ripe for sexual assaults?

A sexual assault that allegedly occurred in San Luis Obispo over the weekend is reported to have taken place at a fraternity house. [Tribune] The incident is the third sexual assault alleged to have occurred at a Cal Poly fraternity... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly suspends all frats and sororities

Following a fresh sexual assault allegation, the Cal Poly administration is reprimanding the entire Greek system on campus. Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong and two other administrators announced Tuesday that they received a report of a sexual assault that allegedly... (Continue reading)

CalCoastNews’ top stories of 2014

By JOSH FRIEDMAN A late night rendezvous in the Arroyo Grande City Hall led to neighbors battling neighbor’s over the makeup of the Arroyo Grande City Council. Exposure of the coverup commenced the longest-running most contentious story of 2014. Yet... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly to settle public records lawsuit

By KAREN VELIE California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo has agreed to pay the costs in an agreement to resolve a public records request lawsuit brought by journalism professor and editor of CalCoastNew Bill Loving. The agreement also... (Continue reading)

SLO County’s six-figure pension club

By JOSH FRIEDMAN The number of retired public employees in San Luis Obispo County who are receiving yearly pensions of more than $100,000 continues to grow along with the more $500 million in unfunded pension liability. The highest earning pensioner... (Continue reading)

SLO Council planning student housing removal program

San Luis Obispo Councilman John Ashbaugh and Mayor Jan Marx are proposing a program where the city would deed restrict homes to protect the city from becoming like Isla Vista. [Mustang News] In neighborhoods with a mix of primarily families... (Continue reading)

Findings released from Cal Poly drug testing program

Cal Poly is increasing its drug-testing of student-athletes following the August arrests of five football players, and the university has released initial results of the substance abuse checks. [Tribune] Over the past three months, university officials conducted 197 drug tests... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly agrees to disclose records following lawsuit

By KAREN VELIE Amid a lawsuit against the campus, officials at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo agreed Thursday to release records about the university’s preparation in the event of an outbreak of an infectious disease on campus.... (Continue reading)



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