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Coastal Commission approves Pismo Beach seawall

The California Coastal Commission approved a proposed Pismo Beach seawall Wednesday at its meeting in the city of Pismo Beach. City officials say that a seawall is necessary near Memory Park in Shell Beach at Seacliff Drive and Baker Avenue... (Continue reading)

Medical pot delivery bust denounced

By DANIEL BLACKBURN A driver for a patients’ medical marijuana collective was arrested last week in Oceano after his vehicle was stopped by San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s deputies, reportedly for having a cracked windshield. Following a search of his... (Continue reading)

Alligator guards marijuana stash

Deputies in Alameda County discovered a 5-foot alligator guarding 35 pounds of marijuana worth $100,000 during a probation compliance check on Wednesday. [SanFranciscoChronicle] “Mr. Teeth,” acted as a deterrent against marijuana thieves, sheriff’s Sgt. J.D. Nelson said. Mr. Teeth’s owner... (Continue reading)

SLO explosions tied to hash lab

San Luis Obispo Fire Department investigators discovered a hash conversion lab at a trailer that was engulfed in flames Wednesday night following several explosions. Four fire trucks and a total of 25 firefighters worked to quickly extinguish the blaze that... (Continue reading)

SLOCOG turns on Hill and picks Mecham for president

County Supervisor Adam Hill overwhelmingly lost his bid to become the next president of the San Luis Obispo Council of Governments on a day he did not attend the regional board meeting. Supervisor Bruce Gibson nominated Hill for the presidency... (Continue reading)

KCBX gone less Public?

OPINION By LINDE OWEN KCBX turned off a 22 year old community tradition last week when they followed through with their removal of the Tuesday airing of the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors weekly meeting. Their reasoning was... (Continue reading)

SLO residents voice budget concerns

Members of the public voiced their concerns during a San Luis Obispo City Council community forum Tuesday on city priorities for the upcoming two-year budget cycle. Council members listened to multiple hours of public comment from a large crowd at... (Continue reading)

Fewer children, more elderly in California

The number of children in California is on the decline, while the number of elderly is on the rise and fewer people are moving to the state, according to a new report that argues the state will have to rely... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande man stabs EMT in the back

An Arroyo Grande man who called 911 to request medical assistance for his elderly mother, became agitated and stabbed an EMT in the back Tuesday evening. A standoff ensued as Thomas Kadota, 38, took refuge in a home on Left... (Continue reading)

Explosion at San Luis Obispo mobile home park

UPDATE: Following multiple explosions at the Laguna Lake Mobile Park in San Luis Obispo, firefighters arrived to find a mobile home fully engulfed in flames that were spreading to another trailer. Four firetrucks and a total of 25 public servants... (Continue reading)