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Former Cal Poly student avoids more jail time over Facebook threat

Charles Raymond Bird

A former Cal Poly student who sent a death threat late last year to the leader of the pro-diversity group SLO Solidarity has accepted a plea deal that will allow him to avert spending anymore time behind bars. Charles Raymond... (Continue reading)

Public officials tied to cyber harassment of CCN

Aaron Ochs

Update: Maria Kelly said Aaron Och’s allegation that she helped launch Cal Coast Fraud is false. By CCN STAFF Testimony in a libel suit has revealed that government officials or their significant others have shared information and participated in the... (Continue reading)

John Shoals exposes sanitation district to litigation

Ron Arnoldsen

OPINION by RON ARNOLDSEN The settlement of the South San Luis Obispo County Sanitation District’s ongoing issue with the State Water Board has brought calm and clarity to the district, right? On the contrary, Oceano Community Services District Director Mary... (Continue reading)

Hill, Lucey seek to censure one another at sanitation meeting

Mary Lucey and Jim Hill

By JOSH FRIEDMAN (Editor’s Note: Oceano CSD Director Mary Lucey’s Facebook comment attacking Arroyo Grande Mayor Jim Hill is posted in entirety below.) Arroyo Grande Mayor Jim Hill and Oceano CSD Director Mary Lucey will make separate requests to censure... (Continue reading)

Facebook post leads to arrest of serial burglar in Orcutt

Wendy Snow

After spending two weeks investigating a series of residential burglaries in the Orcutt area, Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s deputies found a Facebook posts detailing an unreported break-in. Deputies then arrested a 44-year-old Orcutt woman, who is accused of stealing cash... (Continue reading)

Atascadero police seeking burglary suspects, video

A photo of Levi Mattson caught on a security camera in May

The Atascadero Police Department is asking for the public’s help in finding a man who burglarized a liquor store on Friday and two men who broke into a home several months ago. The department has provided videos of the robberies.... (Continue reading)

14 people shot at teen party in Bakersfield

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Fourteen people were shot at a party in Bakersfield Saturday morning when three people who had been told to leave returned and began shooting. Two people are in critical condition. [Bakersfield Now] After Alicea Wallace told her two teenage children... (Continue reading)

California lawsuit alleges Google, Facebook, Twitter support ISIS

isis flag

A California family has sued social media giants Google, Facebook and Twitter, claiming they provide material support to ISIS.The family lost their daughter in last November’s Paris terror attacks. Nohemi Gonzalez was a California State University student studying abroad at... (Continue reading)

Facebook should tell Congress to f**k off

Peter Scheer

OPINION by PETER SCHEER Facebook wants you, me and the federal government to believe that the selection and prominence of content on Facebook, particularly in its “trending stories” feature, has nothing to do with human judgment or choice. This has... (Continue reading)

Officers searching for double-homicide suspect in Paso Robles

Dave McCann

Paso Robles police are looking for a man suspected of killing a mother and daughter in Clovis early Saturday morning, police said. Shortly before 4 a.m., Clovis police responded to reports of a stabbing and found the bodies of Judith... (Continue reading)

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