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SLO water exceeds chemical compound limit

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A chemical compound that is a by-product of chlorine has exceeded the drinking water safety limit in at least some San Luis Obispo households. City water monitors recently discovered that the amount of trihalomethanes in a water supply sample exceeded... (Continue reading)

Felon with a gun runs and hides from SLO police

Dustin Thomas Maloney

A felon allegedly carrying a 40 caliber handgun outran San Luis Obispo police officers, but did not manage to hide from them for long. Around 10 a.m. Friday, the police department received a call about a man with a gun... (Continue reading)

Gas leak leads to evacuations in downtown SLO

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A gas leak on the 800 block of Monterey Street in downtown San Luis Obispo led to business evacuations and a partial road closure Wednesday morning. At about 11 a.m., construction crews working on the Chinatown development project hit a... (Continue reading)

SLO Laureate School shuttered, no warning to parents

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By KAREN VELIE Parents attempting to drop their children off on Wednesday morning at the Laureate School in San Luis Obispo were informed the owners of the school had been evicted and the school was closed. The Laureate School is... (Continue reading)

Go-Go’s singer to headline SLO Pride in the Plaza

Belinda Carlisle

By COLIN JONES Belinda Carlisle, lead singer for eighties, all-girl pop group the Go-Go’s, headlines ‘Pride in the Plaza’ on July 12 with a concert at Mission Plaza in downtown San Luis Obispo. The all-day festival, also featuring popular local musicians... (Continue reading)

CalCoastNews appeal on anti-SLAPP ruling

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By CalCoastNews staff Appellate justices will hear arguments Tuesday by attorneys for CalCoastNews that a libel lawsuit pursued by a county waste hauler should be dismissed. The 9:30 a.m. hearing will be held in the San Luis Obispo City Council... (Continue reading)

Diablo Canyon operated safely in 2014, NRC says

Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant

Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant operated safely in 2014, federal regulators said Wednesday at a meeting in San Luis Obispo. [Tribune] The Nuclear Regulatory Commission held its annual meeting on Diablo Canyon at the Embassy Suites hotel. More than 80... (Continue reading)

Los Osos DUI driver hit, killed pedestrian

Dennis Whittinghill

An elderly pedestrian who was struck by a Los Osos man in San Luis Obispo on Friday, was removed from life support and died peacefully Monday evening. Shortly before 6 p.m. on Friday, Dennis Whittinghill, 63, of Los Osos, was... (Continue reading)

DUI driver critically injures pedestrian

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A Los Osos man was allegedly drunk when he crashed into a pedestrian in San Luis Obispo who was walking in a crosswalk Friday night. Shortly before 6 p.m., Dennis Whittinghill, 63, of Los Osos, was making a turn onto... (Continue reading)

Parking rates going up in SLO

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The San Luis Obispo City Council plans to raise parking rates this summer as construction on new developments will lead to the temporary removal of some spaces in the downtown area. [Tribune] On Tuesday, the council unanimously endorsed a plan... (Continue reading)



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