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Baseball star cuts deal with SLO prosecutors

Former professional baseball pitcher Ted Lilly has agreed to a plea deal with San Luis Obispo County prosecutors that will keep him out of jail despite admitting to insurance fraud. Lilly, a 39-year-old Edna Valley resident, pleaded guilty to a... (Continue reading)

Orcutt women are Super Bowl cheerleaders

Two women from Orcutt performed as cheerleaders in the Super Bowl on Sunday. [KEYT] Courtney Moore, a 2003 graduate of Righetti High School, cheered for the Seattle Seahawks while Stefani Swaim, a 2009 graduate of St. Joseph High, led cheers... (Continue reading)

SLO County DA takes on ex-baseball star

San Luis Obispo County prosecutors have charged former Major League Baseball pitcher Ted Lilly with insurance fraud. [KSBY] The district attorney’s office alleges that Lilly, 39, damaged his approximately $200,000 RV but did not file a claim until after he... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles grad joins Pittsburgh Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers added Paso Robles High School graduate Mitchell Van Dyk to its off-season roster on Thursday. In 2013, the Rams selected the 6-foot-7 inches tall, 318-pound Portland State offensive tackle in the seventh round. However, Van Dyk was... (Continue reading)

KSBY back on DirecTV in time for playoffs

DirecTV and KSBY’s parent company announced Saturday that they have settled their contract dispute and reached a multi-year agreement in time for DirecTV viewers to watch the NFL playoff game between the Baltimore Ravens and the New England Patriots. KSBY,... (Continue reading)

Central Coast health care provider spending millions on football stadium

Nonprofit hospital operator Dignity Health, which runs three care facilities on the Central Coast, is pouring money into the San Francisco 49ers’ new football stadium. [SF Gate] Dignity Health purchased luxury suites, known as a skybox, at the recently opened... (Continue reading)

Get your name on a brick at the SLO Skate Park

The City of San Luis Obispo has started construction on the new SLO Skate Park at Santa Rosa Park and a projected grand opening is scheduled for winter 2015, according to a press release. Community members and businesses interested in... (Continue reading)

Atascadero Little Leaguers have character

OPINION By MIKE BRENNLER Having two grandsons who play in the Atascadero Little League, it has been a busy season for my wife and I. A minimum of three games a week and an abundance of Gatorade and sun block.... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly survives elimination to set up 6 p.m. rematch with Pepperdine

Ca Poly led 5-1 after four innings in an elimination game Sunday afternoon at Bagget Stadium, but barely held on to win 6-5 after Sacramento State rallied and placed the tying run on first base in the bottom of the... (Continue reading)

Sacramento State escapes with first NCAA Tournament win

Sacramento State cashed in a costly eighth inning error by Arizona State and survived a ninth inning Sun Devil rally to notch the school’s first NCAA Tournament win. Following a booted double play ball with no outs in the bottom... (Continue reading)



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