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SLO spending nearly $600,000 on improving one city block

The San Luis Obispo City Council has opted to spend nearly $600,000 on improvements to a single block of Higuera Street, three years after it spent more than $700,000 on renovating two adjacent blocks. [Tribune] Last week, the council voted... (Continue reading)

Man who violently killed a co-worker paroled to SLO

After 30 years in Prison, a man who killed a co-worked then cut his heart out and put it in his pocket has been paroled to San Luis Obispo. [Fresno Bee] In 1984 Theodore LeLeaux Jr. was sentenced to 16... (Continue reading)

San Luis Obispo collision victim identified

The California Highway Patrol has identified an 86-year-old Los Osos man who died in a head-on collision Monday in San Luis Obispo as James Grant Snider. Shortly after 2 p.m., Jane Ann Upton, 52, of San Luis Obispo was driving... (Continue reading)

SLO man goes grocery shopping with box cutter

During his Monday evening visit to Ralph’s grocery store in San Luis Obispo, 45-year-old Daniel Marcom pulled a box cutter from his pocket and brandished it an employee, according to San Luis Obispo police. Marcom, a San Luis Obispo resident,... (Continue reading)

Suspected DUI crash kills man in SLO

A man died Monday in a head-on collision in San Luis Obispo that investigators say likely involved drugs. [KSBY] The crash occurred around 2:15 p.m. on Foothill Boulevard near Blue Granite Lane. California Highway Patrol officers say that a northbound... (Continue reading)

Grossman gives gift to group led by new SLO councilman

By JOSH FRIEDMAN Developer Gary Grossman, who is seeking approval for a contested residential development on a San Luis Obispo ranch, has donated $5,000 to an organization headed by the soon-to-be swing vote on the city council. During recent electoral... (Continue reading)

SLO assailant reoffends shortly after release

Shortly after an Arizona man was arrested for battery and concealing a dagger, the suspect allegedly harassed patrons of another store in San Luis Obispo. At 11:30 a.m., Justin Edmond Pard, 20, entered a downtown San Luis Obispo store Thursday... (Continue reading)

Man punches woman in face in SLO store

A 20-year-old man entered a downtown San Luis Obispo store Thursday morning, conversed for a few minutes with a female employee and then punched her in the face, surveillance footage shows. Justin Edmond Pard, a transient, punched the woman with... (Continue reading)

Man strips in SLO intersection after crashing car

A man crashed his car, then removed much of his clothing and entered into a yoga routine on a busy San Luis Obispo street corner Monday afternoon. [KSBY] Douglas Kopcha, 46, rolled his vehicle into a traffic signal pole at... (Continue reading)

Ashbaugh evades punishment for Brown Act breach

The San Luis Obispo City Council condemned Councilman John Ashbaugh Monday, but opted not to formally punish him for violating California’s open meeting law. During the Oct. 21 council meeting, Ashbaugh chastised Councilman Dan Carpenter for not asking question during... (Continue reading)



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