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Deputies discover guns during marijuana bust

A San Luis Obispo man who resides at a home on the 100 block of Foothill Boulevard was allegedly growing marijuana for sale in his basement while armed with an array of illegal and legal weapons, San Luis Obispo Sheriff... (Continue reading)

Parkinson: We didn’t conceal it from them

San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s candidate Ian Parkinson says in a published interview that he stopped his private work as a traffic accident reconstructionist around six years ago. [Tribune] Parkinson, who continues to defend his actions in a 2000 Monterey... (Continue reading)

Thunder alert through Tuesday morning

PG&E weatherman John Lindsey issued a thunderstorm warning Monday night that is expected to last through Tuesday morning. Lindsey advised Central Coast residents to expect scattered thunderstorms and rain showers through Tuesday morning. The thunderstorms may be accompanied by brief heavy rain... (Continue reading)

Quaid fails to show in Santa Barbara court

A Santa Barbara judge issued arrest warrants Monday for actor Randy Quaid and his wife after they failed to show up at a court hearing stemming from their arrests last month on suspicion of illegally squatting at a Montecito home... (Continue reading)

Bar association investigates prosecutorial misconduct

The California State Bar Association is reviewing the records of 130 prosecutors statewide accused of misconduct, and will consider disciplinary action. [Mercury News] The report by Northern California Innocence Project at the Santa Clara University School of Law found that... (Continue reading)

Brown and Whitman’s top contributors

There has been a lot of debate about the cash being spent on California’s gubernatorial race, but who is actually taking out their checkbooks [CaliforniaWatch] So far Republican candidate Meg Whitman has spent $140 million, more than any other U.S.... (Continue reading)

Four Flying Samaritans killed in Baja plane crash

Four members of the San Luis Obispo County chapter of Flying Samaritans, a medical volunteer group, were killed Friday afternoon when their private plane crashed about 90 miles south of Tijuana. [Tribune] The team was en route to San Quintin,... (Continue reading)

Two people struck and killed by jilted driver

An Oceano man killed two people in Pismo Beach in an attempt to harm himself in front of a restaurant his former girlfriend was working in, at about 7:30 a.m. on Saturday, sources said. Jerardo Iriarte, 19, of Oceano drove... (Continue reading)

Nasdaq threatens Pacific Capital Bancorp with delisting

The U.S Securities and Exchange Commission said that Pacific Capital Bancorp, the parent company of First Bank of San Luis Obispo, has to get their stock price above $1, or potentially be delisted from the Nasdaq stock market. [PacificCoastBusinessTimes] Pacific... (Continue reading)

County demands blogger remove personal information

UPDATE: Ochs reported on Friday that all personal information has been removed from his blog at the request of county counsel. Ochs said he took the information down shortly after he received the email. San Luis Obispo County Counsel Warren... (Continue reading)



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