Articles Tagged With ‘San Luis Obispo’




DUI driver slams into SLO home

A natural gas line was severed and several homes were evacuated just before midnight Thursday, following a traffic collision in the 200 block of Luneta, off Foothill, in San Luis Obispo. Police officers arrested Elliot Jacob, 21, for DUI, after... (Continue reading)

Here comes Restaurant Month

SLO County restaurants are gearing up for January and the annual Restaurant Month celebration. Sunday’s San Francisco Chronicle gave the event some nice regional coverage in their Travel section. Designed to keep business hopping in the traditionally slow post-holiday period,... (Continue reading)

Man runs into traffic and is killed

A pedestrian who ran into traffic was hit and killed by an SUV on U.S. Highway 101 near Los Osos Valley Road in San Luis Obispo at about 9:30 p.m. on Saturday. [KSBY] Reacting to a verbal altercation among passengers... (Continue reading)

When the Tribune gets it wrong

By JOHN SALISBURY “Reports of my demise have been greatly exaggerated,” as penned by Mark Twain, seems an appropriate reply to the Tribune’s unfortunate and erroneous “Big Buzz” article from December 3. Our business has suffered greatly since The Tribune... (Continue reading)

San Luis Obispo slated to pay $195,000 for alleged police brutality

San Luis Obispo taxpayers are in line to pay $195,000 to a local business owner for alleged excessive force by police officers during a case of mistaken identity. Attorneys for both the city and Jeff Milne, the owner of... (Continue reading)

Barry Bonds’ son busted in SLO

Barry Bonds’ son, who earlier this month was arrested for assaulting his mother, was issued an arrest warrant in San Luis Obispo County for failing to show up for an Aug. 13 court date. [MercuryNews] On July 9, San Luis... (Continue reading)

SLO man beaten and kicked by strangers

Philip Hauser, a 26 year old San Luis Obispo man, was walking along the railroad tracks near the intersection of Phillips and Pepper Street Sunday at 5 a.m. when he encountered a pair of transients from Arizona. Hauser engaged in... (Continue reading)

Jeanette Trompeter becomes the news. Again.

Soon-to-be-returning KSBY news anchor Jeanette Trompeter must be counting the days until she leaves Minneapolis-St. Paul for the friendlier confines of San Luis Obispo. As CalCoastNews first reported in November, Trompeter lost her lucrative TV news anchor position in the... (Continue reading)

The Legacy of Warren Baker

BY JEFF BLISS San Luis Obispo is really two “towns” when you look at it (three if you include the nearby Men’s Colony prison): the almost 43,000-strong city that is SLO and its neighbor, Cal Poly – a bustling campus... (Continue reading)

The Tribune continues to shrink

Readers of the San Luis Obispo County Tribune will notice an increasingly thinner newspaper on Mondays and Tuesdays. Executive Editor Sandra Duerr announced more format changes for the paper in a special Announcement to Readers. Starting with today’s edition, the... (Continue reading)