Articles Tagged With ‘San Luis Obispo’




Turning SLO into Slum Luis Obispo

OPINION by RICHARD SCHMIDT This is a tale of two cities, both faced with rapacious demands from developers buoyed by a new state law that provides incentives to developers who include a few units of “affordable” housing in their projects.... (Continue reading)

SLO doorbell camera captures would-be burglar

A doorbell camera linked to a phone app captured a man with gloves lurking outside a San Luis Obispo woman’s home early Saturday morning. The video has circulated on social media and in the news, but police have yet to... (Continue reading)

SLO Brew ordered to stop work, permits suspended

  By KAREN VELIE San Luis Obispo city inspectors placed a stop work order and suspended all permits for SLO Brew’s new facility out by the airport after discovering multiple violations. The new facility, dubbed the Rock, includes a brewery,... (Continue reading)

Stranger stabs man outside Denny’s in SLO

An attacker stabbed a 23-year-old man in San Luis Obispo early Saturday morning near the Denny’s restaurant on Madonna Road. The victim survived the attack, but the suspect remains on the loose. Shortly before 3 a.m., a young Hispanic man... (Continue reading)

Lawsuit filed against SLO over rental inspection program

A property owners association and several landlords filed a lawsuit Thursday against the city of San Luis Obispo contending the city’s controversial rental inspection program is unconstitutional. A month earlier, another group started the process to have the program stricken... (Continue reading)

Baby left in car, Morro Bay man arrested

A Morro Bay man is in jail after his 5-month-old baby was found locked in a car parked in the Wells Fargo Bank parking lot in San Luis Obispo on Thursday afternoon. Stephen Miller of Morro Bay said he had... (Continue reading)

Fleeing motorcyclist with GoPro on his head runs out of gas

With a GoPro camera presumably filming the action, a motorcyclist fled CHP officers for about 150 miles and reached speeds of up to 150 mph. The chase, which began in San Luis Obispo County, ended in southern Santa Clara County... (Continue reading)

Did SLO facility fail to protect elderly resident?

By KAREN VELIE Questions have been raised about the speed of the response at a San Luis Obispo independent living facility after a 75-year-old man was found face down in the dirt behind the Las Brisas Retirement Community. On Oct.... (Continue reading)

Mayor Marx lacks ethics

OPINION by KEVIN RICE IntegritySLO is still awaiting the so-called returned contribution from San Luis Obispo Mayor candidate Heidi Harmon. IntegritySLO has not heard a word from Harmon or received any refund. A lot of “facts” are being reported without... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly is no longer a dry campus

For the first time, Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo has an area for students to drink alcohol on the campus. Beer and wine are now being served to anyone over 21 years of age at the Mustang Station. [KSBY]... (Continue reading)