Daily Briefs


Page 736 of 752« First...51015...734735736737738...745750...Last »

Mustang Village armed robbery attempt foiled

A masked robber with a semiautomatic handgun attempted to rob two security guards at Mustang Villiage in San Luis Obispo earlier today. Michael Leon and Otis Vanadore were finishing up their shift just after midnight at the student housing complex... (Continue reading)

Maldonado insists he’s against offshore drilling

State Senator and lieutenant governor nominee Abel Maldonado (R-Santa Maria) insists he’s still opposed to any oil drilling off the Santa Barbara coast. [Capitol Alert] Maldonado made the comments during a Tuesday conference call with reporters. “My vote remains the... (Continue reading)

Cuesta College placed on probation

Cuesta College has been placed on probation by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC) and could lose its accreditation if it does not address problems that have plagued the college for the past few years. Accreditation is... (Continue reading)

Regulators close Weyrich’s Carlton Hotel restaurant

Government regulators shut down the restaurant at The Carlton Hotel on Feb. 2 because of unpaid taxes, CalCoastNews has learned. According to an Atascadero city official, regulators from the Board of Equalization pulled the restaurant’s seller's permit because of un-paid taxes.... (Continue reading)

Gail Wilcox gets $180,000 to settle county lawsuit

San Luis Obispo County has decided to pay Gail Wilcox $180,000 to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit she filed last summer. The decision to make the settlement was announced by county counsel Warren Jensen late Tuesday afternoon. Wilcox, the former... (Continue reading)

SLO Farmers Market turns to city council for help

Supporters of the San Luis Obispo Farmers Market Association are expected to turn out at Tuesday night’s city council meeting. [SLO Farmers Market Association] At issue is the recent decision by the San Luis Obispo Downtown Association to terminate its... (Continue reading)

Academy Award nominations announced

“Avatar” and “The Hurt Locker” are heading for a showdown on Oscar night, with the announcement Tuesday morning of the nominations for the 82nd Annual Academy Awards. [Deadline Hollywood] Both the science fiction 3-D thriller and the war-on-terror drama scored... (Continue reading)

Alleged cockfight organizer claims discrimination

The Arroyo Grande man accused of hosting cockfighting on his property claims that he is a victim of discrimination. [KSBY] “I was born in this country, raised in this country, but it’s not equal,” Raymond Pinon Gutierrez said today. “All... (Continue reading)

Bill allows churches to refuse to marry gays

A new bill is being introduced in Sacramento, protecting clergy and churches from legal consequences for refusing to perform same-sex marriages. [San Francisco Chronicle] Same-sex marriage is currently illegal in California, though that law is currently being challenged in court... (Continue reading)

California Wine Train gets $54 million in stimulus $$$

Critics are pointing to the $54 million in federal stimulus money for the California Wine Train as “silly and short sighted,” and a waste of money. [California Watch] Sixteen times a week, the Wine Train transports tourists from Napa to... (Continue reading)



Page 736 of 752« First...51015...734735736737738...745750...Last »