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Attempted kidnapping reported at Target in SLO

San Luis Obispo police have released a surveillance image of a woman who possibly attempted to kidnap a 3-year-old child at the SLO Target store on Tuesday. [Cal Coast Times] The suspect was seen possibly trying to lure the child... (Continue reading)

Another racist incident at Cal Poly

Following fresh allegations of racism at Cal Poly, including a new fraternity photo that surfaced, university President Jeffrey Armstrong announced Tuesday that all Panhellenic and Interfraternity Council fraternities and sororities have been placed on indefinite suspension. [Cal Coast Times] Last... (Continue reading)

Hill and Gibson vote no on resolution opposing offshore oil

At a contentious San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday, supervisors Adam Hill and Bruce Gibson voted no on a resolution opposing offshore oil drilling that supervisors Lynn Compton and Debbie Arnold supported. Lacking a majority vote... (Continue reading)

Child struck by vehicle in Templeton

A vehicle collided with a child bicyclist Tuesday morning in Templeton, resulting in the child being taken to the hospital. [Cal Coast Times] However, CHP spokesman Patrick Seebart says the child was uninjured. The young bicyclist was merely taken to... (Continue reading)

Setting the sanitation district record straight

OPINION by JOHN CLEMONS At the April 10 Arroyo Grande City Council meeting, former South Luis Obispo County Sanitation District Board member Mary Lucey gave false and incorrect information during public comment. She was speaking to my tenure as Chief... (Continue reading)

Fact check: Sheriff Parkinson twists jail death statistics

San Luis Obispo County Sheriff Ian Parkinson appears to be twisting facts when it comes to whether or not the number of deaths in the SLO county jail is average or excessive. [Cal Coast Times] At a forum last week,... (Continue reading)

Protests disrupt Cal Poly’s Open House

As Cal Poly welcomed prospective students and their families over the weekend to the university’s annual Open House, hundreds of students boycotted the event, marched and protested on and off campus, creating an uneasy situation for administrators, particularly President Jeffrey... (Continue reading)

Lynn Compton’s critics are way off-base

OPINION by ELSA DAWSON It’s fascinating reading the drum-beat of nasty letters launched by Supervisor Lynn Compton’s critics in their efforts to demonize her for the many good things she’s done. Consider the park funding issue. Last year, after discovering... (Continue reading)

SLO police searching for thief, video

San Luis Obispo police are searching for a man who was caught on surveillance film Friday night burglarizing a car in SLO. [Cal Coast Times] In the video, a man wearing a white or light-colored sweatshirt with an emblem on... (Continue reading)

Frat member speaks out about blackface accusations

OPINION by KYLER WATKINS As a former Cal Poly Lambda Chi Alpha member, I would like to respond to numerous statements made by Cal Poly to the press regarding the Lambda Chi Alpha “blackface” incident, in addition to factual misstatements... (Continue reading)

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