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Renowned investigator probing CCN lawsuit issues

Carl Knudson Investigations has been retained by friends of CalCoastNews to reexamine details of a published article which resulted in litigation and a $1.1 million defamation verdict against the news website in March. [Cal Coast Times] Knudson will examine evidence... (Continue reading)

Practical advice, voting on B-17

Opinion by Stew Jenkins and Allen Settle Tuesday is the last day to vote yes on San Luis Obispo City Measure B-17 so that you never again fear opening your door to find a city officer telling you, “I’m here... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande man joins supervisor race

A 31-year-old Arroyo Grande man filed papers last week announcing his intention to challenge San Luis Obispo County Supervisor Lynn Compton for the District 4 seat on the board of supervisors. [Cal Coast Times] Jimmy Paulding, a recent law school... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande commander to be appointed police chief

Following the recent retirement of its top cop, the city of Arroyo Grande is planning on appointing its highest ranking law enforcement officer as the next police chief. Former Arroyo Grande police chief Steve Annibali formally retired on Aug. 8,... (Continue reading)

SLO County coroner’s findings questioned again

San Luis Obispo County’s embattled medical examiner has again come under scrutiny for a questionable cause of death ruling, this time pertaining to a young woman he says died of an LSD overdose. Over the last couple years, CalCoastNews reported... (Continue reading)

SLO police chase men spray painting train cars

Witnesses spotted two men tagging the cars of a train that was stopped in San Luis Obispo on Sunday. Shortly after 1 p.m., the San Luis Obispo Police Department sent officers to the area of the railroad tracks near Industrial... (Continue reading)

Stop abetting violent assemblies

OPINION by MIKE BROWN It’s one thing for weak public officials hiding behind their ostensible support for the First Amendment to rail about extremist hate groups, but it’s another thing for them to have the courage to stand up to... (Continue reading)

SLO doesn’t need a new assistant city manager

OPINION by ALLAN COOPER Based on some research I did recently, it would appear that the City of San Luis Obispo has the highest number of city employees per capita among five comparably sized California cities — Azusa, Covina, Dublin... (Continue reading)

Has SLO City Manager Katie Lichtig been grooming her replacement?

For multiple years, San Luis Obispo City Manager Katie Lichtig has had a succession plan of turning over the reigns to Derek Johnson, who is currently SLO’s assistant city manager, Lichtig told the Tribune. In 2015, Johnson swapped places with... (Continue reading)

Cambria teen killed in surfing accident

A 19-year-old Cambria man died Friday following a surfing accident at Moonstone Beach. Shortly before 5 p.m., Liam Taylor attempted to catch a large wave that ended up closing out. Witnesses said the wave drug Taylor into the sand. Several... (Continue reading)



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