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Bicyclist killed in SLO hit-and-run

A car collided with a bicycle in San Luis Obispo late Tuesday night, killing a man who was riding the bike. The driver then fled the scene, and police are now searching for the vehicle and multiple suspects. [KSBY] Shortly... (Continue reading)

Two people run over and killed on the Cuesta Grade

Two passengers were ejected from a car that crashed on the Cuesta Grade Tuesday night, then run over by other vehicles and killed. [KCOY] Additionally, the person who was driving the car suffered major injuries, and another passenger was slightly... (Continue reading)

Fact checking SLO County’s jail death narrative

While San Luis Obispo County Sheriff Ian Parkinson admits to having some responsibility for the death of a mentally ill man at the county jail, he continues to promote a disputed narrative of the events that led to Andrew Holland’s... (Continue reading)

Should California legalize magic mushrooms?

A Central Coast man aims to parlay the statewide vote to legalize marijuana into making California the first state to legalize psychedelic mushrooms. Kevin Saunders, a mayoral candidate in the Monterey County town of Marina, filed an initiative with the... (Continue reading)

SLO DA drops charges against alleged host of deadly mansion party

The man accused of hosting a deadly “mansion party” in Virginia and then fleeing to San Luis Obispo County where he was involved in a shootout has been cleared of charges on the Central Coast. However, he will likely now... (Continue reading)

Drunk driver pleads no contest to murder of two kids

A man who killed two children while driving drunk on Highway 166 last Labor Day pleaded no contest to two counts of second-degree murder. Jerald Brandon Holman, 37, will now receive a sentence of 30 years to life in prison.... (Continue reading)

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 wave of lawsuits against venture... (Continue reading)

SLO City Council appeases the bike zealots

T. Keith Gurnee

On Aug. 15, our San Luis Obispo City Council unanimously voted to ram a “cycle track”– essentially a bicycle highway—right down the throat of the Broad Street, Mission Street, and Chorro Street neighborhoods–despite the overwhelming neighborhood opposition that spoke against... (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 69-year-old man in the second... (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. The attack occurred shortly before... (Continue reading)



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