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Cayucos and Morro Bay agree to joint sewage treatment plant

The Cayucos Sanitary District Board voted Thursday to join Morro Bay in building a jointly operated sewage plant at a location near Highway 41. Under a joint powers agreement, the boards chose the 187-acre Rancho Colina property, situated in Morro... (Continue reading)

Northern Chumash Indians file suit over Moro Rock

The Northern Chumash Indians have filed a lawsuit against the Salinan Indians in the latest skirmish in the ongoing battle over Morro Rock, a site both groups claim is sacred to their tribes. In 2006, members of the Salinan Nation... (Continue reading)

Nipomo man arrested for murder in 2009 cold case

A 64-year-old man accused of killing his wife in Morro Bay in 2009 was arrested at his Nipomo home Tuesday afternoon. [Tribune] On June 23, 2009, Sherre Ann Neal-Lypps’ husband James Lypps called 911 to report his wife had died... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay police arrest second suspect in restaurant burglary

Morro Bay police have arrested a former employee of an Embarcadero restaurant for taking part in a burglary of the business in May. Earlier this month, officers arrested Morro Bay resident Phong Thanh Tran for allegedly burglarizing Dutchman’s Seafood House... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay man accused of burglary, forgery sprees

Following a several month investigation, Morro Bay police detectives arrested a man Wednesday for burglarizing businesses and stealing checks out of mailboxes, which he then forged to his name. Morro Bay resident Phong Thanh Tran, 44, allegedly burglarized the Dutchman... (Continue reading)

90-year-old slams car into man’s leg, Morro Bay liquor store

A 90-year-old Morro Bay woman drove her vehicle into a man’s leg and through the front of a liquor store Thursday afternoon. [Tribune] Shortly before 1 p.m., the female driver seriously injured a man in his 50s or 60s who... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay managers in line for raises

Morro Bay management employees will receive 3 percent raises Tuesday night if Morro Bay’s city council approves a proposed bargaining agreement. Management staff, which consists of senior officials in city departments, have reached a two-year agreement with city negotiators that... (Continue reading)

Rural Morro Bay home catches fire

A fire broke out at a barn adjacent to a rural Morro Bay home early Thursday morning, and the blaze spread into the house. Cal Fire received a report of the blaze at 1:17 a.m. Thursday. Firefighters responded to 1407... (Continue reading)

Shark spotted in Morro Bay

A commercial fisherman spotted a 10-foot shark in Morro Bay Sunday, prompting the city’s harbor patrol to issue a shark warning. [KEYT] The shark sighting was the second to occur in Morro Bay in a little more than a month.... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay man dies following bike accident

A 31-year-old Morro Bay man died last week from injuries he sustained from crashing his bike into a parked car on his way to work. Jose de Jesus Duron was on his way to the Great American Fish Company for... (Continue reading)



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