Articles Tagged With ‘San Luis Obispo’




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Woman from SLO murdered in Berkeley, political activist arrested

A 27-year-old teacher who spent her teenage years in San Luis Obispo was stabbed to death in her Berkeley home last week. The murder of SLO High School graduate Emilie Inman has made national headlines. Officers have arrested Pablo Gomez... (Continue reading)

Is ‘Hollyweed’ sign guy a former SLO pot deliveryman?

A couple days after altering the iconic Hollywood sign to read “Hollyweed” in a New Year’s prank, Southern Californian artist Zach Fernandez came of of hiding and laid claim to the feat. It turns out Fernandez is a former resident... (Continue reading)

SLO woman arrested for cruelty to children

A San Luis Obispo woman is in jail after she injured her three children in a drunken crash on New Year’s Eve. Her baby suffered a broken leg and a broken arm. (KSBY) Shortly before 4 p.m., Jessica Rae Cramer,... (Continue reading)

SLO continues to ignore architectural guidelines

OPINION by ALLAN COPPER On Jan. 3, the San Luis Obispo City Council voted 3-2 to deny an appeal of a four-story motel project proposed to be located at 1042 Olive Street. This project is an architectural misfit in height,... (Continue reading)

Hells Angel arrested after fleeing CHP down Cuesta Grade

A California Highway Patrol officer tried stopping a trio of motorcyclists, at least one of whom was wearing a Hells Angels jacket, while they were riding on the Cuesta Grade Tuesday afternoon. But, two of the three bikers fled, and... (Continue reading)

Pair of California twins is born in separate years

A pair of California twins entered the world four minutes apart over the weekend, yet the babies were born in different years. [Fox San Diego] At 11:56 p.m. Saturday, a San Diego woman gave birth to Scarlett Annie at Sharp... (Continue reading)

Motorcyclist knocked unconscious in SLO

A 24-year-old Morro Bay man was found lying unconscious on a San Luis Obispo street Saturday afternoon after his motorcycle collided with a vehicle. At about 3:30 p.m. on New Year’s Eve,  the motorcyclist collided with a vehicle driven by... (Continue reading)

Bishop Peak fall victim is Cal Poly student from Arroyo Grande

The man who fell nearly 30 feet around the top of Bishop Peak Thursday evening is Evan Lalanne, 18. Lalanne is a Cal Poly student and graduate of Arroyo Grande High School, where he was a star volleyball player. Lalanne suffered... (Continue reading)

SLO package thief caught on video

San Luis Obispo police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a man who stole a package off the front porch of a home on Tarragon Lane. At 12:23 p.m. on Thursday, the homeowner’s security  camera captured the thief snatching... (Continue reading)

Marx and Democratic consultant fined for campaign violations

By KAREN VELIE The San Luis Obispo City attorney announced Friday that the city has levied fines against both former mayor Jan Marx and County Democratic Party Vice-Chair Cory Black for violating city campaign finance laws. Marx is required to... (Continue reading)



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