Daily Briefs


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Unknown man sought by businessmen over The Sub fire

The owners of a popular San Luis Obispo retail store and head shop that went up in flames more than a year ago say they believe an off-duty firefighter, or a man identifying himself as... (Continue reading)

Grover Beach man killed in crash identified

The Pismo Beach Police Department has identified 29-year-old Cody Clark as the Grover Beach man who died in a crash Saturday evening. Shortly after 6 p.m., Clark was driving his motorcycle on Shell Beach Road... (Continue reading)

Storm deals Morro Bay State Park financial blow

In the aftermath of recent storms, Morro Bay State Park has remained closed to visitors for more than a week. As a result, 295 campsite reservations have been canceled, and the park has has lost... (Continue reading)

Does California want single-payer healthcare?

With Republican lawmakers and President Donald Trump planning to repeal some, if not all, of Obamacare, California’s Democrat-controlled state government is considering the idea of instituting a state-run single-payer system that would operate like Medicare.... (Continue reading)

5 injured as 2 cars crash into Cambria bakery

A 40-year-old Cambria man is in jail after he crashed his truck into The French Corner Bakery on Saturday morning injuring five customers who were inside the business, according to the California Highway Patrol. Shortly... (Continue reading)

Motorcyclist killed in crash on Shell Beach Road

A motorcyclist died after crashing into a SUV on Shell Beach Road in Pismo Beach on Saturday evening. Shortly after 6 p.m., the motorcyclist drove into the SUV near the intersection of Leeward Avenue and... (Continue reading)

More than $64,000 spent on security during Yiannopoulos speech

In all, Cal Poly, the CSU system and the San Luis Obispo Police Department spent more than $64,000 for security during the Jan. 31 Milo Yiannopoulus speech at Cal Poly. More than 100 officers from... (Continue reading)

SLO hires firm to investigate Lichtig, Olson and ‘sexist’ video

The city of San Luis Obispo will pay a Santa Ana law firm up to $50,000 to investigate personnel complaints against City Manager Katie Lichtig and Fire Chief Garret Olson pertaining to a video that... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles council adopts smoking ban

The Paso Robles City Council adopted an ordinance this week banning smoking in public places. Paso Robles’ ordinance bans smoking in all public buildings, parks and enclosed areas that are open to the general public.... (Continue reading)

Man charged with murder over crash that killed Nipomo native

A Santa Maria man who crashed in Orcutt after allegedly driving drunk at speeds above 125 mph is facing murder charges. The crash killed two women, one of whom was originally from Nipomo. [KSBY] Around... (Continue reading)



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