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Los Osos man killed in gruesome motorcycle crash

One man is dead after a car collided with a motorcycle in Los Osos on Wednesday, causing the motorcyclist to fly about 150 feet. At about 5:30 p.m., Garrett Zavala, 36, was allegedly driving at... (Continue reading)

Sprouts Farmers Market to open in SLO

By John Lindt, Sierra2theSea Sprouts Farmers Market has signed a lease for a 30,000 square foot space in the SLO Promenade shopping center on Madonna Road in San Luis Obispo, according to commercial real estate... (Continue reading)

Serial church burglar caught in Goleta

Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s deputies tracked down a man formerly of Boston, Massachusetts who they say broke into three churches in Goleta. The burglar had a habit of shattering windows in order to get inside... (Continue reading)

SLO County crashes cause outage, fire and injuries

On a day of wild accidents, a red sports car hit a power pole in North County, a minivan rolled about 100 feet off Price Canyon Road and two vehicles plunged down an embankment after... (Continue reading)

California pilot arrested for flying under the influence

After the left wing of a plane he was flying clipped a stop sign Monday evening, deputies arrested a pilot for flying under the influence. The pilot failed a sobriety test after he landed his... (Continue reading)

DA says deadly Santa Maria police shooting was justified

The Santa Barbara County District Attorney’s Office has concluded that last summer’s fatal shooting of a mentally ill Santa Maria man was a justifiable homicide. A report released by the district attorney’s office states three... (Continue reading)

SLO to spend $20,000 more on probing ‘sexist’ video

The San Luis Obispo City Council will consider allocating on Tuesday an additional $20,000 to wrap up an investigation into personnel complaints against City Manager Katie Lichtig and Fire Chief Garret Olson, which were prompted... (Continue reading)

Board rejects Brown Act violation investigation

By KAREN VELIE The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors voted 3-2 Tuesday to reject a request by two supervisors and the SLO Progressives to ask the SLO County District Attorney’s Office to investigate... (Continue reading)

Central Coast water savings at 26.9 percent in February

The State Water Resources Control Board today announced that urban Californians’ monthly water conservation was 25.1 percent in February, more than double the 11.9 percent savings in February 2016. On the Central Coast, water conservation... (Continue reading)

Driver temporarily blinded by the sun hits bicyclist

A driver who failed to shield the sun hit a bicyclist near Avila Beach Tuesday morning. The crash left the bicyclist lying in the roadway with moderate to major injuries. [KSBY] Around 7 a.m., the... (Continue reading)



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