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Residents deserve restitution from John Wallace

OPINION by JULIE TACKER In 2011 the SLO County Grand Jury found conflicts of interest with John Wallace wearing two hats as district administrator at the South San Luis Obispo County Sanitation District and district engineer as CEO of the... (Continue reading)

Orange County sheriff fights back against sanctuary state designation

With one city in the county attempting to opt out California’s sanctuary state law, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department is now publishing the dates in which inmates will be released from custody. Additionally, other agencies in Orange County are considering... (Continue reading)

Carrari family feud – The life and times of Joe Carrari

Editor’s note: This is the second in a series about winemaker Joe Carrari, his family’s attempts to have him found incompetent, battles over a $50 million estate, accusations of murder and a home invasion that left two people in the... (Continue reading)

Officers find body while searching for missing SLO woman

The search for a missing San Luis Obispo woman on Sunday turned up a dead body that police say appears to be female and is being investigated as a homicide. However, authorities have yet to confirm the identity of the... (Continue reading)

California spent thousands on sexual harassment claims against judges

Amid a flurry of sexual harassment cases in the California Legislature, a record request has revealed the state’s court system has been settling sexual harassment complaints against judges and staffers. [Cal Coast Times] Over the last seven years, the state... (Continue reading)

Unemployment down, job growth in medical, mining and construction

San Luis Obispo County is ranked seventh out of 58 California counties for lower numbers of unemployed workers, according to a report released Friday by the California Employment Development Department. [Cal Coast Times] The SLO County unemployment rate fell from... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles police warned homeless of danger, most didn’t listen

Crews rescued 10 people from the Salinas River in Paso Robles on Thursday, after earlier warning approximately 25 people who live there to leave. Most of the homeless living along the river ignored the warnings. [Cal Coast Times] A CHP... (Continue reading)

SLO police plan search for missing women

Law enforcement personnel will conduct a large search on Sunday for a 26-year-old San Luis Obispo woman who has been missing for two and a half months. The search will center around Perfumo Canyon. [Cal Coast Times] On Jan. 18,... (Continue reading)

Child injured in fall from Pismo Beach Hotel window

A five-year-old boy fell out of a fourth-floor window at a downtown Pismo Beach hotel on Thursday, then got up and tried walking off the injuries he suffered. Ultimately, it was determined the boy only suffered a minor fracture. [Cal... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles police arrest teens over Snapchat gun threat

A Snapchat threat that led to the lockdown of four Paso Robles schools on Tuesday has resulted in the arrest of two teens on a firearm charge. [Cal Coast Times] On Tuesday morning, a Paso Robles High School student met... (Continue reading)



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