Articles Tagged With ‘San Luis Obispo’




Tougher smoking ban passed for San Luis Obispo

San Luis Obispo, the first city in the nation to crack down on smoking in public, adopted even more stringent regulations Tuesday night. [KSBY] The city council voted four to one to make it even more difficult to smoke in... (Continue reading)

SLO is quick to kill wild pigs

Residents and tourists alike are enjoying Johnson Ranch, the one-year-old open space park tucked away at the intersection of S. Higuera and Ontario Road in San Luis Obispo. However, city officials are stymied by what to do about the wild... (Continue reading)

Four SLO juveniles arrested for explosive devices

Four 17-year-old male juveniles, all residents of San Luis Obispo, were arrested late Friday night for possession of explosive devices. Police responded to a 9-1-1 call around 10:30 p.m. Friday, following an alleged incident near the intersection of Pacific and... (Continue reading)

Five local school districts make state watch list

Five San Luis Obispo County school districts have been placed on California’s fiscal “watch list.” [California Watch] Atascadero Unified, Lucia Mar Unified, Paso Robles Joint Unified, San Miguel Joint Union Elementary, and Shandon Joint Unified have all been given “Qualified... (Continue reading)

Missing SLO woman found

UPDATE: San Luis Obispo police issued an update this morning announcing that Gloria Howard has been found safe in the downtown. ******************************** San Luis Obispo police continued their search tonight for a local woman missing since Tuesday night. [KSBY] Gloria... (Continue reading)

New daily flight added between SLO and Los Angeles

United Airlines will offer a sixth daily flight between San Luis Obispo and Los Angeles International Airport starting April 6. [Tribune] The new flight is scheduled to arrive in San Luis Obispo at 1:59 p.m. from Los Angeles, with a... (Continue reading)

Woman arrested for DUI; crashing stolen cars

Police arrested a Bakersfield woman Monday morning after she allegedly stole two vehicles in San Luis Obispo, drove them while intoxicated, and ended up crashing both cars. Tamika Raley, 29, was driving a stolen Honda when she rear-ended a rental... (Continue reading)

Police officers earn $150,000 on leave

For more then six months, San Luis Obispo Police officers Dan McDow and Armando Limon have been on paid administrative leave while U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) continues to investigate suspicions the pair attempted to smuggle prescription drugs into... (Continue reading)

Karl Rove coming to town

It must be a Republican dream come true — Karl Rove, popularly referred to as “Bush’s Brain,” is coming to town Saturday, March 27. The political consultant, strategist, pundit, and author–the man credited with getting George W. Bush into the... (Continue reading)

SLO County ranked third most expensive place to live

A recent report places San Luis Obispo County third on the list when it comes to being the least affordable place to live in the United States. [SantaMariaTimes] The study, conducted by the National Association of Home Builders, focuses on... (Continue reading)