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Hunter mistaken for deer, shot

A man in his 60s suffered a bullet wound to the shoulder in a hunting accident that occurred late Thursday in the Caliente Mountain Range near the Carrizo Plain National Monument, according to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.... (Continue reading)

Robber sprays Atascadero restaurant worker with chemical

A robber allegedly entered an Atascadero restaurant Thursday morning and sprayed an employee in the face with an unknown chemical before fleeing with an undisclosed amount of cash. [Cal Coast Times] At about 9 a.m., the robber entered the Tastee-Freeze... (Continue reading)

Father and son missing after allegedly setting sail from Goleta to Hawaii

A 68-year-old father and his 14-year-old son who were thought to be sailing from Goleta to Hawaii have gone missing. [Cal Coast Times] In June, Gerald “Storm” Talifero and his son Adagio “Dag” Talifero presumably set sail from the Goleta... (Continue reading)

Six people killed in Bakersfield shooting spree

A gunman went on a rampage in Bakersfield Wednesday, killing five people, including his wife. The man then shot and killed himself. [CNN] At about 5 p.m., the gunman and his wife became involved in a confrontation with a man... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay approves rate hike for sewage plant despite protest

Morro Bay ratepayers submitted about 2,150 of the approximately 2,800 protest votes needed to stop a controversial water and sewer rate hike that will go toward funding the city’s planned sewage treatment plant project. Still, the Morro Bay City Council... (Continue reading)

Investigators destroy nearly 1,600 marijuana plants

A newly formed cannabis compliance team seized and destroyed nearly1,600 marijuana plants last week from illegal cultivation in an investigation that included sites in Santa Barbara County and Nipomo, according to the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department. [Cal Coast Times]... (Continue reading)

SLO police chief under fire for incriminating tweet

By KAREN VELIE San Luis Obispo Police Chief Deanna Cantrell’s Twitter page has brought a lot of people deemed suspects into the center of attention. The most recent is a long-time city business owner who the chief’s Twitter page listed... (Continue reading)

Is crime increasing near and at Cal Poly?

An annual security report released by Cal Poly suggests some crimes are on the rise on campus and in nearby areas, while other offenses are declining and some criminal acts are remaining close to static or swinging up and down.... (Continue reading)

Body of young humpback whale washes ashore in Oceano

A dead humpback whale washed ashore on the beach at the Oceano Dunes Monday afternoon. [Cal Coast Times] State parks officials say the humpback that washed ashore was a young whale. It is unclear what caused the whale’s death. Workers... (Continue reading)

Nearly 1 in 5 cannabis products fail testing in California

Over the past two months, the state of California tested nearly 11,000 marijuana products for potency and purity and almost 2,000, or about 18 percent, failed the tests. [U.S. News & World Report] The majority of the products that failed... (Continue reading)



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