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Nipomo CSD may shut off market’s water over foul odor

Following a few years of complaints about foul odors drifting across a Nipomo Mesa neighborhood, the Nipomo Community Services District is threatening to shut off the water at a local market. [KSBY] Willow Market, a grocery store and deli located... (Continue reading)

Prowling SLO porno watcher pops up again

For the fourth time this year, San Luis Obispo police received a report of a man shining a flashlight into a woman’s bedroom at night or early in the morning. In the latest incident, as was the case at least... (Continue reading)

Flaming cocktail severely burned man at San Simeon bar, suit alleges

A Southern California man suffered second and third-degree burns after a bartender at San Simeon Beach Bar & Grill served him a flaming cocktail and told him to “just drink it,” according to a lawsuit filed last month in San... (Continue reading)

SLO County hires interim planning and building director

Following the departure of San Luis Obispo County planning and building director Jim Bergman to the city of Arroyo Grande, the board of supervisors approved a contract with a government services agency that is providing an interim director for the... (Continue reading)

SLO County shutting down popular Paso Robles roadside stand

San Luis Obispo County officials delivered an eviction order to a popular roadside produce stand in Paso Robles, angering customers and prompting a petition drive. The family-operated stand has been selling produce, including locally grown strawberries, at the corner of... (Continue reading)

Fire destroys two mobile homes in Arroyo Grande

A fire destroyed two mobile homes in Arroyo Grande on Saturday afternoon. At approximately 2:30 p.m., several neighbors noticed a home on fire in the Sunrise Terrace Mobile Home Park and called 911. High winds then pushed the fire to... (Continue reading)

Templeton Maker’s Faire shows off student’s abilities

By RICHARD BASTIAN Templeton High School hosted the Maker’s Faire, a learning and tinkering opportunity for students, last Wednesday. More than 1,100 people turned out to see what these incredible students created. Developer and physics teacher Jason Diodati started the... (Continue reading)

Lawmaker files initiative to repeal California gas tax

California voters may have a say on the gas tax increase that Gov. Jerry Brown recently signed into law. Assemblyman Travis Allen (R-Huntington Beach) filed an initiative on Friday that calls for the repeal of SB 1, the gas tax... (Continue reading)

3 injured in helicopter crash near Santa Barbara

A helicopter crashed at the La Cumbre Country Club golf course in Santa Barbara County Friday afternoon injuring the three people on board. Shortly after 2:04 p.m., the pilot reported engine trouble and attempted to land the helicopter at the... (Continue reading)

Suspect allegedly beats a man with guitar for appearing gay

A hate crime suspect allegedly attacked a man with a guitar in Santa Barbara County on April because he believed the victim was gay. The victim suffered a serious injury in the attack, during which the suspect was shouting a... (Continue reading)



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