Articles Tagged With ‘San Luis Obispo’




Missing man with Alzheimer’s found dead in rural SLO

A search and rescue team found the dead body of a missing 75-year-old San Luis Obispo man who had Alzheimers on Wednesday. Rich Korsgaard had been missing since Sunday. Around 10 a.m., search and rescue personnel from Kern County found... (Continue reading)

SLO man with Alzheimers goes missing

A 75-year-old San Luis Obispo man who is suffering from Alzheimers went missing Sunday. Authorities have yet to find him. Richard Korsgaard was last seen around 2 p.m. when he was walking near his rural San Luis Obispo home in... (Continue reading)

Police identify woman who died in SLO fire

Police have identified a San Luis Obispo woman who was found dead last week in a mobile home that caught fire as Judith Ashlock, 69. Investigators determined Ashlock died from natural causes. While cooking on her stove, Ashlock had a... (Continue reading)

Women’s march inspires action,so let’s get to work

OPINION by STEW JENKINS Like so many local men, I participated in the Women’s March in San Luis Obispo on Jan. 21 the day after our new president belted out the most caustic inaugural speech in living memory. The gathering... (Continue reading)

SLO burglar grabs laptop but leaves fingernail

An alleged burglar made off with a MacBook from a Mustang Village apartment but left behind a broken fingernail. The suspect also left her Facebook username on the victim’s phone, according to the San Luis Obispo Police Department. Police are... (Continue reading)

Man suspected of slapping women’s butts at Cal Poly

Cal Poly police are investigating two cases of sexual battery that were reported to have occurred on and near the university campus in the span of less than a week. [KSBY] On Monday, a bicyclist allegedly slapped a female student’s... (Continue reading)

Thousands of gallons of sewage spill in SLO

Sewage burst out of San Luis Obispo pipes twice on Sunday, resulting in 42,000 gallons of effluent spilling into storm drains that flow into the San Luis Obispo Creek and the Pacific Ocean, according to the SLO County Public Health... (Continue reading)

Women’s march in SLO attracts thousands

Correction: Over 7,000 thousand people attended the San Luis Obispo Women’s March. Thousands of people gathered at Mitchell Park in San Luis Obispo on Saturday morning for the Women’s March, a much larger-than-expected crowd in a march to protect the... (Continue reading)

Woman killed in SLO mobile home fire

A San Luis Obispo woman died Thursday night after her mobile home caught fire. The woman failed to escape the blaze, and firefighters did not manage to rescue her. At 10:13 p.m., a citizen reported the fire after seeing smoke... (Continue reading)

Alleged SLO torturer takes plea deal

A San Luis Obispo man who allegedly tortured and tried to kill his girlfriend reached a plea deal last week with prosecutors. Timothy Hayes, 36, is now expected to receive a nine-year prison sentence. [KSBY] In Sept. 2014, Hayes allegedly... (Continue reading)