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California Republicans battle one another over cap-and-trade

After months of quarreling between establishment and progressive Democrats, the California Republican Party now has an internal struggle over the recent extension of the state’s cap-and-trade program. [LA Times] On July 17, eight Republican legislators, including Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham (R-San... (Continue reading)

Fire burns a dozen acres in rural Paso Robles

A fire charred a hillside and burned 12.5 acres in rural Paso Robles Sunday afternoon, according to Cal Fire. Shorty after 2:30 p.m., the blaze broke out in the 6000 block of Dresser Ranch Place. The fire threatened two homes... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles man dies in crash

A 22-year-old Paso Robles man died Saturday morning in a single-car crash on Charolais Road near Sleepy Hollow Road. Shortly before 1 a.m., a police officer found Conner James Binkele lying on the roadway near his overturned car. The officer... (Continue reading)

Bike lobby’s control of SLO City Council continues

T. Keith Gurnee

OPINION by KEITH GURNEE Well the bike lobby may succeed after all. Recognized by many as the most powerful special interest group in the city of San Luis Obispo, they seem to have a stranglehold on the city council as... (Continue reading)

At large suspect charged in San Miguel shooting

A San Luis Obispo judge has issued a warrant for a man suspected of involvement in a June shooting at a family home in San Miguel that authorities say was gang-related. [Tribune] On the evening of June 5, shots were... (Continue reading)

Nipomo woman arrested after wild cross-county chase

A Nipomo woman transporting a wanted suspect led several law enforcement agencies on a high-speed chase Thursday that started and ended in Santa Barbara County and traversed southern San Luis Obispo County. Though officers arrested the driver and another suspect,... (Continue reading)

Broadcaster and Cal Poly grad arrested in Denver

A radio broadcaster who graduated from the Cal Poly journalism school was arrested Sunday for domestic violence in Denver, Colorado. [CalCoastTimes] Steffan Tubbs became a national radio anchor for ABC and Fox News after departing the Central Coast. Tubbs has... (Continue reading)

6 fabulous summer recipes

So many fabulous dishes. Find the perfect season fruit and vegetable recipes with a little help from Spencer’s Fresh Markets in Morro Bay and Santa Maria. No-Bake Peach Yum Yum   Ingredients: 1 1/2 c. graham cracker crumbs 6 tablespoons... (Continue reading)

Lawlessness at SLO marijuana festival

With billions at stake in San Luis Obispo County’s emerging marijuana industry, questions have been raised about allegations of backroom deals, threats, lawlessness and unequal law enforcement. [Cal Coast Times] One needs to look no farther than San Luis Obispo’s... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles man pleads no contest to sexually molesting young girl

A Paso Robles man who stood accused of sexually molesting a young girl over a period of about three and a half years pleaded no contest to several molestation charges. Gustavo Perez-Medina now faces a total of 16 years in... (Continue reading)

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