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Los Osos man smashes police department door

Morro Bay police arrested a Los Osos man after he allegedly threw a sledgehammer through the police department door Thursday night. Shortly before 8 p.m., Michael Andrew Parkerson, 27, allegedly walked up to the police department’s front door, threw the... (Continue reading)

Three SLO County men arrested for attempted murder

Three men from San Luis Obispo County were arrested Wednesday on suspicion of attempted murder after a dispute in Hanford over a motorcycle erupted in gunfire, with one man shot in the abdomen. Lemoore police officers arrested Thomas Yanaga, 53,... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay council rejects building moratorium

The Morro Bay City Council voted down a proposed building moratorium that would have put a halt to new construction for 45 days. [Tribune] Citizen group Neighborhood Compatibility Coalition (NECCO) asked the council to adopt the moratorium, citing concern that... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay considering building moratorium, or is it?

The Morro Bay City Council is set to discuss an emergency citywide ban on new construction, even though no council member supports the proposal, a report prepared by Mayor Jamie Irons states. Following a public meeting and an email campaign... (Continue reading)

It is time to set the record straight

(Editors note: Aaron Ochs posted,  as a news story, a claim that activist Julie Tacker threatened his family. The claim has been used to demean Tacker, the activist responsible for pointing out Brown Act violations that ultimately led to a... (Continue reading)

Bayside Cafe spot in Morro Bay up for grabs

The state of California may soon give the boot to the operators of a longtime restaurant situated in Morro Bay State Park. Bayside Cafe has been operating under a contract that expired in 1993, according to a state parks news release.... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay water rates to double and then some

Morro Bay water bills will more than double over the next five years, and they will be accompanied by a similar increase in sewer rates. [Tribune] Last week, the Morro Bay City Council unanimously approved a new rate structure that... (Continue reading)

Son burned, father arrested in Morro Bay pyro mishap

San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a Grover Beach man after a homemade pyrotechnic device burned his 13-year-old son. Around 10:15 a.m. Sunday, deputies responded to a report that a powder flare discharged and injured a juvenile on Canet... (Continue reading)

Updating Morro Bay parks commissioner story: clarification

In a Feb. 23 story about former Morro Bay parks commissioner Aaron Ochs and a robo-call regarding his online activity, CalCoastNews erred when it wrote that Ochs was considering getting a gun. To clarify Ochs’ statement, he said it was... (Continue reading)

Hundreds of California sea lions starving

Along Central Coast beaches, more than 500 dead or starving sea lions have washed up on the shore this year. Typically, there would be about 10 stranded pups by this time of the year. [KSBY] People and agencies are dropping... (Continue reading)



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