Articles Tagged With ‘San Luis Obispo’




Being a Palestinian-American student during a genocide

OPINION by CATIE HADDAD I spent much of the first three years of my life at my teta and jidu’s home in San Luis Obispo. In their backyard, they had a large garden with every fruit and vegetable variety imaginable.... (Continue reading)

Arson suspected in multiple fires in San Luis Obispo

By KAREN VELIE A suspected arson fire destroyed two dentist offices in San Luis Obispo on Saturday, during one in a string of fires in the afternoon, according to the SLO Police Department. In the early afternoon, callers reported multiple... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly protestors attempt to break into building, start riot – video

By KAREN VELIE Eight pro-Palestinian protestors were arrested at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo on Monday after they attempted to break into a building and started a riot. One suspect is charged with snatching an officer’s firearm. Aware of... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly strike over, faculty accepts less than previously offered

By KAREN VELIE Following a one-day strike and months of negotiations, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo’s faculty union and California State University management reached a tentative agreement on Monday. While faculty members went back to work on Tuesday, it appears... (Continue reading)

San Luis Obispo man guilty of raping children

By KAREN VELIE A judge sentenced a 42-year-old San Luis Obispo man who pled guilty to raping children, burglary and other sex crimes to 80 years to life in prison plus four years, according to prosecutors. Juan Adriel CambrayMiranda pled... (Continue reading)

Faculty members picket outside Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

By KAREN VELIE Dozens of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo faculty members walked the picket line in the rain on Monday morning, the start of a five-day protest. Nearly 30,000 professors, lecturers, librarians, counselors, and coaches across the 23-campus CSU... (Continue reading)

Appeals court upholds ban on homeless encampment sweeps

By KAREN VELIE The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday upheld a ban on homeless encampment sweeps. An injunction prohibiting San Francisco from clearing encampments without first offering the residents shelter will remain in place. In the fall of... (Continue reading)

Minor injuries in head-on crash in San Luis Obispo

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By KAREN VELIE One driver suffered minor injuries in a head-on crash in San Luis Obispo near the airport on Thursday afternoon. Shortly before 5 p.m., two full-size pickup trucks, one dark grey and one white, collided on Buckley Road... (Continue reading)

San Luis Obispo police searching for wallet thief

By JOSH FRIEDMAN San Luis Obispo police are searching for a woman who allegedly stole a wallet inside a Bank of America branch last week. On Jan. 2, a person at the bank reported their wallet had been stolen. A... (Continue reading)

Berkeley can’t enforce natural gas ban, and neither can SLO

By KAREN VELIE Berkeley can’t enforce its natural gas ban, and neither can San Luis Obispo or more than a dozen other cities in California. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on Jan. 2 declined a full court review of... (Continue reading)