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California teachers on leave for mocking ‘Day Without Immigrant’ students

Five teachers and a counselor at a Southern California high school took to Facebook last week to express their immense satisfaction with the “Day Without Immigrants.” The teachers stated that, for a day, they did... (Continue reading)

8 injured in Templeton crash

At least eight people were injured in a single-car crash on El Pomar Road in Templeton on Sunday evening. Around 7 p.m., the driver lost control of the vehicle causing the car to roll over.... (Continue reading)

Thousands of SLO County residents still without power

Following numerous outages over the weekend, more than 2,000 San Luis Obispo County residents remain without power Monday morning. Heavy rain and wind caused thousands of local residents to lose electricity on Friday and Saturday.... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly dorm evacuated because of shifting soil

Cal Poly evacuated Fremont Hall North Wing on Saturday because of shifting soil and unstable trees on a nearby hillside. Officials ordered nearly 300 people in building 109 to evacuate. Campus housing staff is providing... (Continue reading)

3,000 gallons of sewage spilled in SLO

The San Luis Obispo County Health Department is asking people to avoid Garden Creek in SLO after 3,000 gallons of raw sewage spilled Friday into the creek. Shortly before 4 p.m., storm water drainage caused... (Continue reading)

Man grabs woman’s butt by Cal Poly

A man grabbed the buttocks of a woman walking on the edge of the Cal Poly campus Thursday evening, then ran away, police said. Officers did not manage to locate the suspect. San Luis Obispo... (Continue reading)

Crashes, flooding and downed trees in SLO County

The latest storm is wreaking havoc on roadways in San Luis Obispo County Friday morning. At least one serious collision occurred, and flooding and downed trees are impeding traffic. A vehicle rolled over on northbound... (Continue reading)

Thousands of Santa Maria students skip class to protest Trump

More than 7,000 students were missing from Santa Maria elementary schools on Thursday while walkouts, strikes and business closures took place nationwide as part of the “Day Without Immigrants” — a protest against President Donald... (Continue reading)

Santa Maria taxi driver caught with loaded gun, drugs

After conducting an early morning traffic stop on a taxi, Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s deputies learned the driver was a felon who was carrying drugs and a loaded gun. At about 1 a.m. on Monday,... (Continue reading)

Big Sky Cafe closes for ‘Day Without Immigrants’

As part of a nationwide protest against United States President Donald Trump’s immigration policies, Big Sky Cafe in downtown San Luis Obispo is keeping its doors closed Thursday. Greg Holt, co-owner of the restaurant, released... (Continue reading)



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