Daily Briefs

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Grossman’s San Luis Ranch project heads to SLO planning commission

Developer Gary Grossman, who has donated big money to local politicians, is set to bring his San Luis Ranch project to the SLO Planning Commission. Grossman, a major donor to San Luis Obispo County Supervisor Adam Hill and Hill’s political... (Continue reading)

Shot fired into family home in San Miguel

At least one shot was fired into a San Miguel family’s home on Monday while two adults and three children were inside. [KSBY] Shortly before 9 p.m., the shot was fired into the home on the 1700 block of Mission... (Continue reading)

Recently deported Nipomo murder suspect released from jail, then re-arrested

The 24-year-old Nipomo man who was arrested for murdering his girlfriend less than a year after he was deported to Mexico was released from San Luis Obispo County Jail on an apparent technicality. Deputies then re-arrested the suspect without him... (Continue reading)

Jury finds Edith Knight guilty of electioneering

After just 20 minutes of deliberations, a jury on Monday found 86-year-old Edith Knight guilty of electioneering. San Luis Obispo County Superior Court Judge Craig van Rooyen then imposed a $500 fine. On June 7, Knight said she called 30... (Continue reading)

Father slams SUV into Templeton elementary school

A man waiting to pick his child up from school on Monday choked on a drink, stepped on the accelerator and crashed a Land Rover into a building at a Templeton elementary school, injuring one person, according to the CHP.... (Continue reading)

Is it too expensive to sleep by the beach in California?

Too many California residents are priced out of beach getaways, according to a bill making its way through the state Legislature. AB 250, which was introduced by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher (D-San Diego), calls for the State Coastal Conservancy to... (Continue reading)

SLO prosecutors to retry Paso Robles man on rape charge

Less than a year after completing one trial, a Paso Robles man accused of raping his girlfriend’s aunt is heading back to court for another. Last July, a San Luis Obispo jury acquitted Rian Mabus, 32, of one of two... (Continue reading)

820 area code coming to the Central Coast

Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties will soon have two area codes, 805 and 820, because the number of 805 combinations is running short. As a result, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) approved the new area code to... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly student ill with meningitis

Cal Poly Campus Health officials announced a student who lives on campus has been diagnosed with meningitis. This is the second student to be diagnosed with meningitis this year, the first was in January. The student who contracted meningococcal disease... (Continue reading)

Man who killed Arroyo Grande girl denied parole

One of two men who beat, strangled and killed a 10-year-old Arroyo Grande girl in 1979 was denied parole last month. This is the eighth time the state has found Randy Cook, now 55, unsuitable for release. Cook was one... (Continue reading)

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