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1001 Ashley Madison users in SLO County

Ashley Madison

By CALCOASTNEWS STAFF In San Luis Obispo County, of the 1001 participants on the hookup website Ashley Madison, 978 are men and 23 are women. The largest single occupation for local users is lawyer followed by doctor. Users include pastors,... (Continue reading)

SLO man accused of raping teen he met online

Joel Vazquez

Grover Beach police arrested a 31-year-old San Luis Obispo man Friday who allegedly drugged and raped a teen he met on the internet In 2013, Joel Gerardo Valdez Vazquez met his victim online through Facebook and Kik and began attempting... (Continue reading)

SLO attorney sues former client

R. Morgan Holland

A San Luis Obispo based attorney filed a lawsuit last month against a former client for trashing his services on internet sites such as Yelp, Citysearch and Superpages. [NewTimes] Nearly five years ago, R. Morgan Holland represented Jason Weland in... (Continue reading)

McClatchy stock continues downward spiral

Tribune news stand

McClatchy Co. stock prices continue to plummet amid sharp declines in advertising revenue. The stock prices for the Sacramento-based McClatchy, which owns The San Luis Obispo Tribune and 28 other newspapers, fell from $4.71 a share on Aug. 5, 2014... (Continue reading)

California property sells online for record $96 million


A California office complex has become the most expensive piece of United States real estate ever sold in an online auction, according to, the company that facilitated the transaction. [NBC News] The 309,734 square-foot Manhattan Beach complex sold for... (Continue reading)

Charter buying Time Warner Cable


Charter Communications has announced that it is purchasing Time Warner Cable as part of a move that would create the nation’s third largest pay-TV service. [LA Times] The deal values Time Warner Cable at $56.7 billion. Federal regulators must still... (Continue reading)

SLO software company going public


San Luis Obispo-based Mindbody, a firm that sells software for managing health and wellness businesses, has announced its plans to become a publicly traded company. [Business Times] Mindbody filed its offering statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday... (Continue reading)

Do men see colors different than women?

Nationwide people are arguing over the color of this dress. While the dress is blue and black, most people see white and gold. In many homes, the men see black and blue and women see gold and white. What do... (Continue reading)

SLO skateboard killer threatened to shoot, molest Jerry Brown

San Luis Obispo man Robert Holguin, who at 13 used a skateboard to beat an 87-year-old to death, needed just the approval of Governor Jerry Brown to regain his freedom. [KSBY] In March, the California Juvenile Parole Review Board found... (Continue reading)

Monterey County computer hacked

A Monterey County Department of Social Services computer was hacked by an overseas computer in March. However, those whose personal information was compromised were not informed until last week. [Herald] Personal information such as Social Security numbers, birth dates and... (Continue reading)

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