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Grover Beach approves pot rules, halves number of dispensaries

The Grover Beach City Council formally approved a pair of ordinances Monday night that will allow medical marijuana businesses to operate in the city. However, the council made a last-minute change decreasing the number of dispensaries that will be allowed... (Continue reading)

Atascadero nonprofit wins bidding war for Printery building

A nonprofit that had been vying for a couple years to gain control of the Atascadero Printery building narrowly won a tax auction that concluded Monday. The Atascadero Printery Foundation was engaged in a bidding war with an unknown, automated... (Continue reading)

DUI driver found in stolen van with machete and crack pipe

A man was driving a stolen van in San Miguel while under the influence of drugs and in possession of a machete and a crack pipe, according to the California Highway Patrol. Around noon Monday, the CHP received a call... (Continue reading)

Motorcyclist flees CHP at 115 mph after allegedly stealing credit cards

A motorcyclist riding with stolen credit and gift cards fled officers at speeds of up to 115 mph on Highway 101 in San Luis Obispo County Sunday, according to the CHP. The suspect managed to evade officers and get the... (Continue reading)

Stew Jenkins takes aim at Guadalupe’s rental inspections

The leader of the movement to repeal and replace San Luis Obispo’s rental inspection program is threatening to overturn a similar ordinance in Guadalupe. San Luis Obispo attorney Stew Jenkins describes Guadalupe’s ordinance as “more extreme” than the one recently... (Continue reading)

Woman airlifted off Bishop Peak

A 59-year-old who became light-headed while hiking ended up being airlifted off Bishop Peak Sunday afternoon. [KSBY] Around 4 p.m., the San Luis Obispo Fire Department received a call about a light-headed hiker. When fire crews arrived at Bishop Peak,... (Continue reading)

Double decker bus ignites on the Cuesta Grade

A double-decker bus caught fire on the Cuesta Grade Sunday morning shutting down one lane of northbound Highway 101 traffic for several hours, according to the CHP. Shortly before 10 a.m., the bus pulled over south of Santa Margarita with... (Continue reading)

Former LA County sheriff sentenced to 3 years in prison

Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca, who was convicted of overseeing a scheme designed to obstruct a federal investigation into corruption and civil rights abuses at county jail facilities, was sentenced last week to 36 months in federal prison.... (Continue reading)

Templeton High School vandalized with swastikas and racial slurs

Windows at Templeton High School were defaced Saturday with swastikas and racial slurs. At approximately 7 a.m., a school staffer found the windows marred with the racial slurs and called law enforcement. As a result, deputies are investigating this incident... (Continue reading)

Woman shoots and kills pit bull in Orcutt dog attack

An Orcutt woman shot and killed one of two pit bulls early Thursday morning that had broke into her property and attacked her German Shepherd. [KSBY] Authorities say the pit bull mixes broke through two fences on Rosalie Drive in... (Continue reading)



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