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California venture capitalists face rising liability for sexual harassment

Following a wave of summer sexual harassment scandals involving venture capitalists, the state of California is considering adopting a law that would hold investors liable for harassing female entrepreneurs. The proposed bill could create a... (Continue reading)

Man breaks into SLO homes, stun guns 69-year-old

A possible serial thief from Oceano was caught breaking into two different homes in San Luis Obispo Sunday morning. The suspect pulled a knife on the first resident and deployed a stun gun on a... (Continue reading)

Goleta man slices victim’s fingers with a machete

Following an argument Friday night, a Goleta man badly sliced a 51-year-old male’s fingers using a machete, according to the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office. Sheriff’s officials say the attacker and the victim were acquaintances.... (Continue reading)

California Republican Assembly leader ousted after cap-and-trade vote

More than a month after Assemblyman Chad Mayes broke rank and voted for a cap-and-trade bill, the Assembly Republican Caucus ousted him as its leader. [Mercury News] The Assembly Republicans held a closed-door meeting Thursday... (Continue reading)

Inmate disappears from Lompoc prison camp

For at least the fifth time over the last year, an inmate walked away from the minimum security Federal Correctional Complex in Lompocon Thursday. [KCOY] At about 4 p.m., prison officials discovered that Victor Hurtado,... (Continue reading)

Camera catches man checking for unlocked cars in SLO

San Luis Obispo police are searching for a man who was caught on a surveillance camera checking for unlocked cars early Thursday morning. Around 1:45 a.m., the suspect was prowling around a driveway in the... (Continue reading)

Carrizo Plain likely to remain national monument

The Carrizo Plain will remain a national monument if President Donald Trump follows the advice of his interior secretary. In April, Trump issued an executive order calling for a review of 27 national monuments, prompting... (Continue reading)

Manse on Marsh owner asked to turn in his passport

The owner of a San Luis Obispo assisted living home who is facing charges related to the death of an elderly man refused an offer made by a judge that would have let him out... (Continue reading)

Divorce battle ended shortly before Santa Maria murder

Just two months after a contentious divorce and custody battle ended, a Santa Maria man shot and killed his ex-wife. On Monday, Konstantine Morozov shot and killed Natalia Morozova and then fled to the Los... (Continue reading)

SLO man arrested for death threat against vigil organizers

Police arrested a San Luis Obispo man for posting a death threat on Facebook targeting the organizers of the vigil held in SLO in the aftermath of the racially charged violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. Daniel... (Continue reading)



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