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Robbers hit Paso Robles liquor store

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Two masked men robbed a pair of clerks at gunpoint inside a Paso Robles liquor store Saturday night. The incident marked the fifth armed robbery in North County in a 15-day span. Shortly before 11... (Continue reading)

Burglars steal $2,500 in liquor from SLO store

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Burglars broke into BevMo! on Froom Ranch Way in San Luis Obispo on Sunday morning and stole $2,500 worth of liquor. This was the fifth burglary or robbery of a business in SLO during the... (Continue reading)

Anti-Trump protests continue in SLO and in the nation

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For the second time in several days, hundreds of protesters marched Saturday in San Luis Obispo to show their disapproval of Donald Trump. For the past four days, throughout the country people have protested the... (Continue reading)

Armed man robs Atascadero pizzeria

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An armed man robbed Fatte’s Pizza in Atascadero on Thursday evening, the fourth armed robbery in the North County in the past two weeks. At about 9:45 p.m., a man wearing a mask and wielding... (Continue reading)

Shotgun discharges during SLO trailer park fight

Robert Hanna

A fight between roommates at a San Luis Obispo mobile home park Wednesday evening resulted in a shotgun being fired into the ceiling and one of the men being arrested. At one point during the... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly declares support for ‘undocumented’ students

President Jeffrey Armstrong

Amid uncertainty as to whether President-elect Donald Trump will dismantle an executive order that grants some illegal immigrants exemption from deportation, Cal Poly administrators declared their support for “undocumented” students who are attending the university.... (Continue reading)

Convicted cop killer denied parole

Dennis and Douglas Escobar

Douglas Escobar, one of two notorious brothers who attempted to murder two California Highway Patrol officers in Paso Robles in 1988, was denied parole on Thursday, according to a press release. On March 6, 1989,... (Continue reading)

Mob beats Trump supporter, video

Trump supporter beating

In a rather disturbing example of election tensions boiling over, video footage shows a mob of young black men in Chicago punching, stomping and kicking a middle-age white man whom they say voted for President-elect... (Continue reading)

SLO police take guns after shot fired at trailer park

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San Luis Obispo police officers confiscated a handgun and a shotgun after responding to a report of a shot being fired at a mobile home park. It is unclear if there were any arrests or... (Continue reading)

Armed man robs SLO ice cream shop

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In the latest incident among a string of robberies in the city and county of San Luis Obispo, a man robbed a downtown SLO ice cream shop at gunpoint Wednesday evening. [Tribune] At about 6:25... (Continue reading)



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