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Cal Poly student loses scholarship over slur at immigration protest

An incoming freshman on Cal Poly’s wrestling team lost his scholarship after he was filmed screaming an anti-gay slur during a feud between opposing sides at a protest over immigration policy. [Cal Coast Times] During the June 30 incident, Bronson... (Continue reading)

Two men burglarize AutoZone stores in Atascadero and Morro Bay

A pair of thieves from Fresno allegedly burglarized the AutoZone stores in both Atascadero and Morro Bay early Tuesday morning and got caught after the second break-in. [Cal Coast Times] First, the two suspects broke into the Atascadero AutoZone in... (Continue reading)

It’s time for the SLO City Council to consider impacts

Opinion by David Brodie and Allan Cooper Even though there have been zoning studies concerning building height limits in downtown San Luis Obispo, there seems to have been little reference to known negatives related to building heights above two or... (Continue reading)

Vandals target Grover Beach Elementary School teacher’s lounge

Police are searching for a suspect or suspects who vandalized Grover Beach Elementary School on Friday and caused an estimated $3,000 of damage. [Cal Coast Times] A vandal or vandals shattered a window and broke into the school’s staff lounge... (Continue reading)

SLO police searching for credit card thief

San Luis Obispo police are searching for a man who allegedly spent a combined total of $13,000 at several large chain stores in SLO using stolen credit cards. [Cal Coast Times] The suspect made purchases using stolen cards at Dick’s... (Continue reading)

Woman caught smuggling drugs into the Santa Barbara County Jail

An 18-year-old Lompoc woman allegedly attempted to smuggle meth and heroin into the Santa Barbara County Main Jail on Sunday, according to the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department. [Cal Coast Times] After Mariah Lyons was booked into the jail on... (Continue reading)

Rescued woman tells extraordinary story of survival

While recovering in a hospital bed in Templeton, the courageous woman who fought to stay alive for seven days after her car crashed over a cliff in the Big Sur area is telling her extraordinary story of survival. [Cal Coast... (Continue reading)

Double homicide suspect surrenders in Pismo Beach

A man accused of shooting and killing two men in a Fresno tattoo parlor Saturday night turned himself in at the Pismo Beach Police Department on Sunday. [Cal Coast Times] Cruz Pedro Hinojosa, 27, of Fresno, allegedly shot and killed... (Continue reading)

Razors found in kids’ shoes at Paso Robles Walmart

An Atascadero woman found two razor blades wedged inside children’s shoes while she was shopping with her daughter at the Paso Robles Walmart on Saturday. [Cal Coast Times] Bonnie Yanez stated in a Facebook post that, while they were looking... (Continue reading)

California Democratic Party abandons Feinstein, endorses progressive

In the latest battle between progressives and the party establishment, the California Democrats endorsed the progressive-leaning United States Senate candidate who is challenging the state’s senior senator who has been in office for more than a quarter century. [Cal Coast... (Continue reading)

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