Articles Tagged With ‘Public Safety’




Page 1 of 1412345...10...Last »

Templeton football player’s family launches lawsuit

Isaac Lindsey

The family of Templeton High School football player Isaac Lindsey filed a lawsuit Friday against Templeton Unified School District and Riddell All-American Sports Corp. for failing to properly protect Isaac Lindsey. Lindsey suffered a brain injury during a game at... (Continue reading)

SLO County Planning Commission again delays rail spur decision

Jim Irving

For the seventh time, the San Luis Obispo County Planning Commission held a hearing on the Phillips 66 rail spur project, and for the seventh time, the commission failed to reach a conclusion on the matter. More than seven months... (Continue reading)

Battle against SLO’s rental inspection ordinance advances

San Luis Obispo Councilman Dan Carpenter

By KAREN VELIE Councilman Dan Carpenter and two local attorneys unveiled a plan Monday to strike San Luis Obispo’s controversial rental inspection program through the initiative process. The proposed measure by Carpenter, Stew Jenkins and Dan Knight, says that the... (Continue reading)

Did county emergency responders fail Lake Nacimiento drowning victim?

Nacimiento Lake

OPINION by KIM ENGLISH As one of the first responders to the scene on July 10 at Sandy Cove, I would have to disagree with the way the article portrays the rescue efforts for this young man. What I saw... (Continue reading)

Horrible reality of nuclear power

Jim Griffin

OPINION by JIM GRIFFIN Diablo Canyon is finally shutting down. It should never have been built in the first place, especially over two earthquake prone fault lines. In fact, as we can see now, no nuclear power plants should ever have been... (Continue reading)

Santa Maria police seize nearly 100 pounds of fireworks

CmanEBkVIAAzhEj

The Santa Maria Police Department fireworks task force has seized nearly 100 pounds of fireworks, as of Saturday. Over the weekend, task force officers also pressed charges against one person and wrote multiple citations, which carry $1,000 fines. Santa Maria... (Continue reading)

Diablo Canyon should shut down now

Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant

Opinion by Jane Swanson and Linda Seeley San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace (SLOMFP) learned this morning of Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s (PG&E’s) proposal to withdraw its application for license renewal for the two reactors at Diablo Canyon nuclear... (Continue reading)

Phillips 66 rail spur likely to get planning commission approval

train car

The San Luis Obispo County Planning Commission has indicated it will approve a scaled-down version of Phillips 66’s proposed rail spur. Commissioners are expected to voted 3-2 in favor of the project at a meeting in September. Phillips 66 plans... (Continue reading)

Santa Maria Police chief testifies about criminal aliens

Victor Aureliano Martinez Ramirez

By KAREN VELIE Santa Maria Police Chief Ralph Martin said Thursday at a congressional hearing that the United States is running a catch and release program for criminal aliens that is putting the public at risk, during his testimony to... (Continue reading)

Easter fire burns Morro Bay homes and cars

FIRE_01

A Morro Bay duplex and three vehicles burned after barbecued coals ignited a garbage can on Easter Sunday. The fire also damaged a nearby home, downed power lines and ruptured a gas line. The coals were doused with water on... (Continue reading)



Page 1 of 1412345...10...Last »