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Are California cheerleaders denied minimum wage?

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A bill awaiting California Governor Jerry Brown’s signature would require professional sports teams based in the state to pay cheerleaders at least minimum wage, as well as overtime and sick leave. [ABC News] Cheerleaders have filed lawsuits against several NFL... (Continue reading)

KVEC producer getting kicked for soccer comments

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By KAREN VELIE Comments made on a local radio talk show Thursday night have turned into a public chastising of producer and on-air sidekick Craig Hill. The incident took place during the 6 o’clock hour of “The Dave Congalton Show”... (Continue reading)

Mission Prep sued for football injury, bullying

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A former Mission Prep football player is suing the high school over an incident during a 2013 practice that allegedly left him with a concussion and brainstem stroke, as well as a series of nasty text messages from students. [Tribune]... (Continue reading)

Annual Amgen tour returns to Pismo Beach and Avila Beach

The annual Amgen Tour of California bike races have kicked off in Northern California and will arrive in San Luis Obispo County on May 13. The day before, on May 12, celebrate the return of the Amgen tour with the... (Continue reading)

Cambria’s world-class swimmer dies in training

Cambria resident and swimming hall of famer, David Yudovin, died of an apparent heart attack at his home on Saturday. He was 63. [Tribune] Yudovin’s heart gave out while he was on the treadmill at his home gym training for... (Continue reading)

Ten arrested in California school sex case

Los Angeles police arrested 10 male Venice High School students who are accused of sexual assaulting two female students. [KTLA] Police are still searching for four students from a group of 14 boys who allegedly pressured the two girls into... (Continue reading)

SLO child porn suspect volunteered for youth football

A San Luis Obispo man arrested last week for possession of child pornography volunteered for a local youth football league for nearly three decades. Christopher Kluck, 57, served as a volunteer for the nonprofit Central Coast Youth Football League for... (Continue reading)

Is ISIS targeting the SLO marathon?

The black and white flag of ISIS made a prominent appearance on the San Luis Obispo Marathon website over the weekend. [KSBY] Slomarathon.com was one of several U.S. websites hacked by someone claiming to be an affiliate of the Islamic... (Continue reading)

Central Coast veterinarian killed in paragliding accident

A popular Santa Barbara veterinarian was killed Sunday afternoon while paragliding above Rattlesnake Canyon. Dr. Ron Faoro, 60, was tandem paragliding with his 16-year-old daughter when he slipped out of his harness and fell about 1,000 feet to the ground... (Continue reading)

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)



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