Articles Tagged With ‘Paso Robles’




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Man killed in Paso Robles crash

A 55-year-old man was killed Saturday afternoon when his car crashed on Highway 101 in Paso Robles and then burst into flames, according to the CHP. Shortly after 1 p.m., the man was driving a Shelby Mustang southbound near the... (Continue reading)

Sheriff identifies suspect shot and killed by deputies

The San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office has identified the man whom deputies shot and killed on Highway 101 early Tuesday morning as Josue Gallardo, 34. Gallardo pulled a gun on a pair of deputies, prompting them to shoot him,... (Continue reading)

Regional water board fines Paso Robles $495,000

The Central Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board levied a $495,000 fine Friday against the city of Paso Robles for discharging treated sewage with excessive levels of pollutants into the Salinas River. The violations occurred over a span of nearly... (Continue reading)

New Years Eve at Tooth & Nail Winery, photos

An epic New Year’s Eve at Tooth & Nail Winery included a DJ and dance party along with bougie eats, a great venue and plenty of wine. The cork dorks Adam Montiel and Jeremy West kept the party going until... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles High cuts ties with football coach after syrup incident

Months following a raunchy locker room incident that divided the city of Paso Robles, school district officials have announced they are searching for a new head football coach. It is not clear whether the Paso Robles Joint Unified School District... (Continue reading)

Former mayoral candidate arrested for attempted bank robbery

Following an alleged bank robbery attempt and car chase, Paso Robles police arrested a former Atascadero mayoral candidate. Charles Scovell, 37, ran for mayor in 2014. Shortly after 2 p.m. on Friday, a customer at the Heritage Oaks Bank on... (Continue reading)

When party planning goes bad

By KAREN VELIE After hosting a deadly “mansion party” in Virginia, the party planner fled to Paso Robles where he allegedly shot a man at a gathering. Earlier this week, Karheem Graham-Lutchman pleaded not guilty to a San Luis Obispo... (Continue reading)

Monning, Cunningham push for water board loan to Paso Robles

Correction: The recycled water is intended to go to the agricultural community, not to an agricultural facility. In a display of bipartisanship, Central Coast representatives Democratic State Senator Bill Monning and Republican Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham are asking the State Water... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles parents out of town while their home burns down

A fire destroyed a Paso Robles mobile home, as well as all of the belongings inside it, late Thursday night. At the time of the fire, a young man was home alone, and his parents were out of town on... (Continue reading)

Prison inmate from Paso Robles escapes

A two-strike offender from Paso Robles is on the loose after escaping Pleasant Valley State Prison in Coalinga on Monday. Brian Dill, 33, was being housed in the the minimum-security facility at the state prison. Correctional officials discovered Dill was... (Continue reading)



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