Thursday, May 26th, 2016

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Homosexual Intolerance Incident on Cal Poly Campus

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Cal Poly reporting another incident of homosexual intolerance on campus. The university police department investigating reports of a dormitory door defaced with swastikas, racial and homosexual slurs.  The district attorney is looking over evidence to ascertain whether or not to pursue the case. In December, Matt Klepfer, a leader of SLO solidarity received an email that contained an alleged threat …

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Walk for Answers in Murder Case

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A walk for answers held last night in Santa Maria for murder victim Bryan Molina-Mejia. The 18-year-old was murdered back on December 4th.  Last night, about two dozen people walked through the Santa Maria neighborhood where Molina-Mejia was found shot to death.  Police officers and Mayor Alice Patina say they’re confident someone out there knows something about Bryan’s death, but …

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Chumash Casino Holding Job Fair

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Tomorrow, the Chumash Casino will hold a job fair to fill more than 200 new positions at the resort.  The new jobs created by the new casino-hotel expansion which will be unveiled in may. Servers, bartenders, culinary staff, housekeepers and others needed for the expanded operation. Tomorrow’s event runs from 10-4 at the Chumash Employee Resource Center in Buellton. It …

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Today in Sports

Baseball

The Cal Poly Mustang baseball team hosts Pepperdine this evening at Robin Baggett stadium. The Mustangs beat two nationally ranked team over the weekend, beating Michigan on Saturday and UCLA on Sunday. First pitch is at 6:00 this evening. The San Luis Obispo girls soccer team continues play this afternoon in the CIF playoffs.  The girls hosting Yorba Linda at …

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Injured Hiker Rescued Yesterday

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An injured hiker was rescued yesterday morning after falling on a trail in Montana de Oro State Park. The hiker was two miles up from the Valencia Peak trailhead when she suffered a possible broken ankle. She was airlifted to Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center in San Luis Obispo.

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String of Unlocked Vehicles Broken Into

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A rash of thefts from unlocked vehicles in Pismo Beach early Sunday morning. Thieves stole driver’s license and checkbooks from vehicles in the Pismo Heights area. Most of the vehicles were left unlocked. Pismo Beach Police are advising people to lock their cars, even when they’re parked in driveways and in front of people’s houses.

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House Fire in Santa Maria Under Investigation

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A house fire in Santa maria last night. Santa Maria Fire Department responding to a house fire on Lahr Lane near Canyon Road around 8:00 last night. The fire is under investigation. No injuries reported, but a pet was reported missing.

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Oscar Night Was Last Night

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The movie “Spotlight” won best picture at last night’s Academy Awards in Los Angeles, but “Mad Max: Fury Road” won six Oscars. And after losing five times, Leonardo Di Carpio won a Best Actor award for his role in The Revenent. In his acceptance aware, Di Caprio talked about global warming. Chris Rock hosted the Oscars.He told those in attendance, …

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Today in Sports

Baseball

The Cal Poly Mustang baseball team beat UCLA 6-2 yesterday at Baggett Stadium. The Mustangs beat Michigan on Saturday. That’s two victories over nationally ranked teams over the weekend. Their record improves to 6-2 for the season. They host Pepperdine tomorrow night. The Mission Prep girls basketball team beat Oxford academy 39-24 Saturday night in LA. The Royals advance to …

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Hearings Continue for Oil Pipeline

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At previous hearings on the rail spur project, San Luis Obispo County Planning Commissioners heard from opponents to the proposed rail spur- many of whom traveled from all over the state to San Luis Obispo. Yesterday, the planning commission heard from more than 100 steelworkers and Phillips 66 employees who work at or near the refinery. Phillips 66 wants to …

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