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Paso Robles man pleads no contest to sexually molesting young girl

A Paso Robles man who stood accused of sexually molesting a young girl over a period of about three and a half years pleaded no contest to several molestation charges. Gustavo Perez-Medina now faces a total of 16 years in... (Continue reading)

KPRL drops Paso High football games

A financial dispute has brought to a halt a 50-year tradition of North County radio station KPRL broadcasting Paso Robles High School football games. [Cal Coast Times] In June, Paso Robles Joint Unified School District Superintendent Chris Williams decided to... (Continue reading)

Cambria woman to get prison time for embezzlement

A woman who was found to have embezzled more than $1 million from a Cambria construction business reached a plea deal with San Luis Obispo County prosecutors that will place her in state prison for up to 10 years. On... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly averts admissions fiasco by making room for extra students

Unlike a couple University of California campuses, Cal Poly has averted public outrage by finding ways to make room for hundreds of students the university did not expect to accept for admissions. [LA Times] In 2015, after more students than... (Continue reading)

Central Valley man shot and killed after confronting pot growers

A 47-year-old Central Valley man was shot and killed after confronting three men illegally growing marijuana on his rural Madera County property. [KFSN] On Monday night, Timothy Fagden confronted the men who were growing pot on the edge of his... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay council endorses idea of two pot shops

The Morro Bay City Council gave support Tuesday for a plan to allow two medical marijuana dispensaries to open with the city limits. After receiving a recommendation from a subcommittee consisting of two council members, the Morro Bay council opted... (Continue reading)

Prized eucalyptus tree chopped down at SLO High

A eucalyptus known as the “Big Tree” has been chopped down at San Luis Obispo High School as part of a planned remodel of the campus, upsetting numerous members of the community. The old eucalyptus served as a gathering spot... (Continue reading)

Arsonists reportedly seen running from Lompoc brush fire

A fire broke out in a Lompoc riverbed on Monday, and Lompoc police are now searching for two boys who are accused of starting the blaze. The blaze burned 2.2 acres in the riverbed near A Street and Central Avenue,... (Continue reading)

Vehicle plunges 300 feet off Highway 154 in Santa Barbara County

Two men suffered major injuries but survived after their vehicle plunged about 300 feet off the side of a road in Santa Barbara County on Sunday. Shortly after 2 p.m., the vehicle went off Highway 154 near the Windy Gap.... (Continue reading)

Katie Lichtig resigning as SLO city manager

Following more than 7.5 years at the helm of San Luis Obispo’s city government, Katie Lichtig is departing the Central Coast for an executive role in Santa Monica. The city of SLO announced in a press release that Lichtig has... (Continue reading)



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