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SLO police chase men spray painting train cars

Witnesses spotted two men tagging the cars of a train that was stopped in San Luis Obispo on Sunday. Shortly after 1 p.m., the San Luis Obispo Police Department sent officers to the area of the railroad tracks near Industrial... (Continue reading)

Has SLO City Manager Katie Lichtig been grooming her replacement?

For multiple years, San Luis Obispo City Manager Katie Lichtig has had a succession plan of turning over the reigns to Derek Johnson, who is currently SLO’s assistant city manager, Lichtig told the Tribune. In 2015, Johnson swapped places with... (Continue reading)

Cambria teen killed in surfing accident

A 19-year-old Cambria man died Friday following a surfing accident at Moonstone Beach. Shortly before 5 p.m., Liam Taylor attempted to catch a large wave that ended up closing out. Witnesses said the wave drug Taylor into the sand. Several... (Continue reading)

Couple with dead body may have had plans to bury it in Big Sur

The San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office says the Bakersfield couple that was caught transporting a dead body inside their SUV may have had plans to bury the deceased man in the Big Sur area. On Tuesday, deputies found the... (Continue reading)

SLO police find toddler in home with drugs and a gun

Drugs, cash, a gun and a toddler turned up during a parole search that San Luis Obispo police detectives conducted at a mobile home Thursday morning. Around 9 a.m., detectives served a warrant at Angel Resendez and Amanda Bunker’s home... (Continue reading)

Fire breaks out at SLO homeless camp

A fire broke out at a homeless camp in San Luis Obispo early Thursday morning, and the blaze spread into thick vegetation. San Luis Obispo firefighters responded quickly, though, and extinguished the blaze. Fire officials say the blaze was started... (Continue reading)

Teen with knife stands off with deputies in Santa Barbara grocery aisle

An incident of teens shoplifting from a grocery store on Wednesday morphed into a police chase in and out of a supermarket and an hour-long stand off with an armed teenager. Shortly after 7 p.m., a group of juveniles were... (Continue reading)

Couple with dead body in car arrested for child endangerment

  San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s deputies have arrested the man and woman who were found with a dead body inside their SUV in Cayucos. However, it remains unclear how the deceased person died and how his body ended up... (Continue reading)

California reportedly leads the nation in hate groups

California has 79 active hate groups, more than any other state in the country, according to the civil rights advocacy organization the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). The SPLC published a “hate map” showing there are 917 hate groups in... (Continue reading)

SLO County coalition rallies against state gas tax

A coalition of conservative-leaning San Luis Obispo County groups rallied in downtown SLO on Monday against the state of California’s new gas tax law. The rally held outside the county courthouse launched a local effort within a statewide signature drive... (Continue reading)



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