Daily Briefs


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Oceano Community Services District appoints all woman board

The Oceano Community Services District Board appointed two new members on Aug. 2, creating an all woman board. [Cal Coast Times] Board President Karen White, Vice President Linda Austin and Director Lori Angello appointed Cynthia Replogle and Shirley Gibson to... (Continue reading)

Who are the women in an suspected rapist’s photos?

San Luis Obispo police officers are seeking the identities of four woman standing in a photo found in the vehicle of suspected sexual assailant and burglar. [Cal Coast Times] Last week, officers arrested Arthur Tiofilo Rocha, 40, a suspect in... (Continue reading)

Santa Maria teenager killed in crash on dirt road

A 16-year-old girl was killed and her sister was injured in a car crash on a dirt road off Tepusquet Canyon Road east of Santa Maria on Thursday, according to the CHP. [Cal Coast Times] During the late afternoon, Jane... (Continue reading)

Parent company puts KSBY on the market

Local NBC affiliate KSBY is up for sale following a decision by its parent company to place all of its stations on the market. [TV News Check] Cordillera Communications, a subsidiary of Evening Post Industries, has a portfolio of more... (Continue reading)

What are they doing to our town?

T. Keith Gurnee

OPINION by T. KEITH GURNEE What San Luis Obispo’s current mayor and city council are doing to our city is deeply disturbing, but it is the speed and joy with which they’re doing it is even more so. Let’s just... (Continue reading)

Five people displaced in Paso Robles fire

A total of five people were displaced after a fire destroyed a Paso Robles house Thursday afternoon and apparently damaged two neighboring homes. [Cal Coast Times] The fire broke out at about 2 p.m. at a home located at 305... (Continue reading)

AG felon caught with meth, heroin and gun at traffic stop

A traffic stop conducted Wednesday afternoon in Oceano netted 9 grams of methamphetamine and approximately 6.5 grams of heroin, as well as a loaded handgun, each of which were found inside the vehicle of a felon from Arroyo Grande, according... (Continue reading)

Police searching for driver who hit fire hydrant in SLO

San Luis Obispo police are searching for a driver who slammed into a fire hydrant Thursday morning and then fled the scene as the hydrant burst. [Cal Coast Times] At about 6 a.m., he driver hit a fire hydrant on... (Continue reading)

Did Death Valley set the world’s record for hottest month?

Death Valley has tentatively set the world record for the hottest month ever, breaking its own mark from a year ago. [Cal Coast Times] In July, Death Valley recorded an average temperature of 108.1 degrees. That eclipsed the previous record... (Continue reading)

SLO police arrest alleged sexual assailant

San Luis Obispo police have arrested an Arroyo Grande man whom investigators say may have been responsible for both incidents last month in which a suspect broke into a home early in the morning and tried to sexually assault a... (Continue reading)



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