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Ten dead after bus owned by SLO company crashes

A tour bus owned by a San Luis Obispo company crashed on Interstate 5 in Northern California Thursday evening, killing 10 people and hospitalized 35. [KSBY] The bus was carrying high school students from the Los Angeles area to Humboldt... (Continue reading)

Former SLO County transient escapes from jail

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a $20,000 reward for information leading to a former San Luis Obispo County transient who escaped from a Los Angeles County jail. [Patch] On March 12, Christopher Lee Brown, 37, impersonated another... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly clinches UCLA series with 9-1 win

By JOSH FRIEDMAN (Editor’s note: Video of the final out of the series with Cal Poly radio announcer Eric Burdick making the call is at the bottom of the story.) Baseball geek chatrooms will be ablaze Monday with talk of... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly pounds UCLA in game 2

By JOSH FRIEDMAN Both of Cal Poly’s big boppers hit three run home runs, and freshman pitcher Slater Lee threw a complete game shutout in his first collegiate road start as the Mustangs beat UCLA 8-0 Saturday. Junior right fielder... (Continue reading)

Passenger likely identified in Oceano plane crash

The San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office has identified the passenger on board a plane that crashed off the coast of Oceano on Jan. 14 as 52-year-old Alan George Gaynor of Los Angeles. Earlier this week, the sheriff’s office suspended... (Continue reading)

Kelly Gearhart and James Miller receive another reprieve

By KAREN VELIE For the fifth time, former North County developer Kelly Gearhart’s fraud trial and Hurst Financial president James Miller’s sentencing hearing have been delayed. A federal judge continued Gearhart’s trial from Feb. 18 to June 17. Miller’s hearing... (Continue reading)

18 L.A. County Sheriff’s deputies arrested

FBI authorities charged 18 current and former Los Angeles County Sheriff deputies for federal crimes including Illegal beatings of jail inmates and obstruction of justice. Federal authorities announced the charges after 16 of the defendants were taken into custody earlier... (Continue reading)

Authors Anonymous movie gets release date

The feature film comedy “Authors Anonymous,” written by Dave Congalton has been picked up for distribution and is scheduled for release next spring. [The Wrap] New York-based Screen Media Films and Starz Digital Media have partnered to acquire all North... (Continue reading)

California state senator took bribes for aiding workers’ comp fraud

California Democratic State Senator Ronald Calderon accepted bribes from a Southern California hospital executive running a workers’ compensation scheme, as well as from undercover FBI agents posing as Hollywood executives, according to a sealed FBI affidavit. [Al Jazeera] Earlier this... (Continue reading)

Dry ice bomb explodes in LAX bathroom

A bottle of dry ice exploded in a men’s bathroom at the Los Angeles International Airport Sunday evening, causing a delay in flights and triggering a response from the Los Angeles Police Department bomb squad. [LA Times] Around 7 p.m.... (Continue reading)



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