Daily Briefs


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McNamara Realty to pay $30,000 to settle asbestos case

San Luis Obispo real estate and property management company McNamara Realty has agreed to pay $30,000 in order to settle a civil case over illegal removal and disposal of asbestos-containing material. Following an investigation conducted by the San Luis Obispo... (Continue reading)

Driver convicted of manslaughter in North County Christmas Eve crash

A San Luis Obispo County jury convicted a Las Vegas truck driver of four counts of vehicular manslaughter with gross negligence for the deaths of four San Miguel residents in a 2014 Christmas Eve crash. Philip Ken Trujillo now faces... (Continue reading)

Aerial footage shows extent of Highway 1 landslide

A massive landslide that occurred Saturday at Mud Creek in Big Sur has shut down an approximately one third-mile stretch of Highway 1 on the Central Coast for the foreseeable future. The closed stretch of Highway 1 is located eight... (Continue reading)

42 snakes seized from Arroyo Grande storage unit

San Luis Obispo County Animal Services found 42 ball pythons at a self-storage facility in Arroyo Grande Thursday evening. The officers were responding to a report of abandoned animals. Officers found the snakes in plastic storage containers stacked in the... (Continue reading)

SLO County to fight back against illegal pot grows

San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 Tuesday to file lawsuits against marijuana growers operating in the California Valley who allegedly violated a county urgency ordinance. The ordinance forbids marijuana grows that had not been established on or... (Continue reading)

Fire destroys rural Paso Robles home on vineyard

A fire destroyed a rural Paso Robles home that sits atop a vineyard, displacing two residents on Wednesday. Shortly before 4 p.m., a fire broke out at an approximately 3,000 square foot house located at 1640 Valley Quail Place west... (Continue reading)

City of Morro Bay to buy contested Cerrito Peak property

Following years of legal battles, the Morro Bay City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to buy one acre of undeveloped land on Cerrito Peak from Janne Reddell. [KSBY] Janne Reddell and her late husband, Morro Bay real estate agent Dan Reddell,... (Continue reading)

Conservative speaker to draw crowd and protest at Cal Poly

In what could make for a confrontation between conservatives and members of the group Antifa, the Cal Poly College Republicans are scheduled to host activist-journalist Lauren Southern on Thursday. Southern is a Canadian conservative with libertarian leanings who is a... (Continue reading)

Thieves snatch purse in SLO Target, then use credit card

A pair of thieves snatched a woman’s purse at the San Luis Obispo Target, then used her credit card at another store, according to SLOPD. Surveillance footage caught the suspects, a man and woman, walking out of Target at 5:19... (Continue reading)

Two people die in head-on crash on Highway 101

A 30-year-old woman and a 39-year-old man, both from Lincoln, Nebraska, died after a pickup truck crossed into oncoming traffic on Highway 101 and collided head-on with their car. The crash occurred on Sunday south of Bradley Road in Monterey... (Continue reading)



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