February, 2020

Six coronavirus cases confirmed in California

BY CCT STAFF Health officials have confirmed three new cases of the Coronavirus in California, bringing the total in the Golden State to six. [CNN] California now has more than half of the the 11 confirmed cases of the virus... (Continue reading)

Mountainbrook Church pastors resign after sexual misconduct investigation

By CCT STAFF Mountainbrook Church Lead Pastor Thom O’Leary and his wife Executive Pastor Sherri O’Leary resigned after an investigation validated allegations of groping and alcohol abuse. The church board placed Thom O’Leary on paid leave on Nov. 4, a... (Continue reading)

Young cat euthanized, don’t make the same mistake

OPINION by CARA LANGTON-LEANDRO On Martin Luther King Day, Jan. 20, my daughter and son-in-law took their 4-year-old male cat to a local San Luis Obispo County veterinarian for medical treatment as the cat had twice lost control of his... (Continue reading)

Vulgar, threatening emails came from SLO County Supervisor Adam Hill’s home

By CCT STAFF The emails to popular local radio talk show host Dave Congalton were taunting and sexually perverse. And, after a lengthy criminal investigation, the district attorney’s office determined that the emails came from the home of San Luis... (Continue reading)

19,000 PG&E customers without power in north San Luis Obispo County

Update: PG&E reports a failed transformer at the Templeton substation caused the outage. By CCT STAFF More than 19,000 PG&E customers from Paso Robles to Atascadero are without power from an outage that started at about 9:30 p.m. on Saturday.... (Continue reading)

Meet the migrants trying to make it to the United States

By JOSH FRIEDMAN CIUDAD HIDALGO, Mexico — Many migrants — some determined to make it to the United States and others merely wishful of doing so — have run into a roadblock along their trek north. The barrier is not... (Continue reading)