Saturday, July 30th, 2016


NRC Commissioner Urged to Resign


After seeking and then getting an international job promoting nuclear power while serving on the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), Commissioner William D. Magwood is being urged to resign immediately by 34 leading national and local groups, including Friends of the Earth, Physicians for Social Responsibility, the Sierra Club Nuclear Free Campaign, San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace and the …

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Small Vegetation Fire


A small vegetation fire burned some brush in a 20 foot by twenty foot area in Atascadero yesterday just after four in the Salinas River bed near Buena and Sycamore roads. Ten firefighters put out the blaze. No one was injured. Damage was minimal; no cause has been determined yet.

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Shots Fired in Santa Ynez


Yesterday, San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a report of shots fired in the 1100 block of Santa Ynez Avenue in Los Osos.  When Deputies arrived, a male victim told them he had been walking by the house with his girlfriend when he noticed a sign affixed outside the house warning people not to leave dog excrement in …

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Paso Robles Decoy Operation


On Saturday, June 14, officers from the Paso Robles Police Department conducted a ‘Minor Decoy Operation’ designed to help reduce youth access to alcohol. This operation involved minors attempting to purchase alcoholic beverages from Paso Robles businesses. The minors were being monitored by undercover officers. The operation took place at twenty (20) different businesses in Paso Robles. The minor would …

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Road Work Planned for Highway 46


Cal Trans plans to do major roadwork on Highway 46 West all this week and that could cause some traffic delays. The work will involve three areas: six miles east of Highway 1; Santa Rosa Creek Road; and Vineyard drive. Expect delays up to an hour.  

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Stage Three Water Shortage


The Grover Beach City Council will address a stage three water shortage at tonight’s city council meeting. If declared, water consumers will be required to cut their water usage by ten percent, and the city will have the authority to penalize residents who do not comply with the water reduction prohibitions.

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Nancy Johnson Conceding Victory to John Headding


Nancy Johnson, a city councilwoman for Morro Bay the past four years, is conceding victory to John Headding in a move she says to save the city money. Johnson received 36 percent of the vote June 3, but Headding fell just short of a required majority. Results of the election haven’t been clear because the city has been unsure how …

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Prostitution Sting in Pismo Beach


On Wednesday, June 11th, the Pismo Beach Police Department with the assistance of a San Luis Obispo Police Department, conducted a coordinated selective enforcement detail designed to target prostitution at local massage parlors.  An undercover Investigator responded to China Massage located at 1321 Price St. to investigate allegations of prostitution. Posing as a customer, the undercover Investigator asked for a …

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Soldier Dies of Heart Attack During Training Exercise at Camp Roberts


A staff sergeant with the California Army National Guard died Wednesday night after showing signs of a heart attack during a training exercise at Camp Roberts, officials say.They say Raul Escobedo, 41, from Fullerton, was taken to a San Luis Obispo hospital after soldiers tried to revive him around 10:30 p.m. They say he was on an off-shift at the …

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Start by Believing Public Awareness Campaign


Chief Jerald Monahan of the Prescott Police Department and Past President of the Arizona Association of Chiefs of Police (AACOP) will visit San Luis Obispo on Monday, June 16, 2014 to meet with Police Chief Steve Gesell, Sheriff Ian Parkinson, RISE Executive Director Jennifer Adams, and others to discuss the Start by Believing public awareness campaign.  The campaign launched in …

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