Tuesday, November 24th, 2015


Small Plane Crash in Templeton


A small plane crashed Saturday in Templeton, taking the lives of two Paso Robles men. Witnesses say the men were taking off in a single engine piper cub airplane Saturday morning from a private airstrip in the 5100 block of Vineyard Drive in Templeton. They say that it was clear there was something wrong. The plane took off and started …

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Helicopter Training Drill Today


If you live or work near Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center, you may see a Black Hawk helicopter land there this afternoon, but it's just a training drill. The Army National Guard is conducting a mock incident at Camp Roberts, and military personnel are practicing transporting someone to Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center on the Black Hawk. The Black Hawk …

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Great White Shark Sighting at Leadbetter Beach


The Santa Barbara Harbor Patrol has shut down Leadbetter Beach because of a Great White shark sighting. The harbor patrol says they received a report of a shark sighting at about 10:30 yesterday morning and shut the beach down shortly after. They say they interviewed two witnesses, who described the fin and a side-to-side swim pattern. The beach will remain …

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Homicide Investigation Update


KVEC Morning News has an update on the homicide investigation in Templeton that we reported on yesterday. The victim, who was stabbed and died in the hospital, has been identified as Tina Beddow. The suspect has been identified as Phillip Haines. Investigators believe that this was an isolated case of domestic violence. Beddow and Haines and a five-year-old child who …

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Paso Robles City Employee in Jail


A Paso Robles city employee has been sentenced to 20 days in jail. Charles Lorenzen, the former building, parks and streets supervisor of Paso Robles, was arrested on May 27 on charges of embezzling thousands of dollars from the city. Lorenzen faced three felony charges of grand theft and a misdemeanor charge of petty theft. In the plea agreement, Lorenzen …

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Santa Maria Goes to Court Against Advocacy Group


Santa Maria will be going to court against an advocacy group. The group, named CAUSE, is trying to get Santa Maria to change its election rules so city council members are elected by district rather than by the city at-large. CAUSE’s proposal needed more than 2700 signatures to be on the November ballot. The proposal ended up getting more than …

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Memorial Service for Christopher Michaels-Martinez


A memorial service for SLO High graduate Christopher Michaels-Martinez, who was shot and killed in Elliot Rodger’s shooting spree in Isla Vista on May 23, will be held on Saturday at 1 p.m. The memorial will be at Mountainbrook Community Church, 1775 Calle Joaquin, in San Luis Obispo. Community members are welcome to attend.

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Election Results Are In


The results from the election last night are in, and KVEC Morning News has obtained the results. Deputy District Attorney Dan Dow won the SLO County District Attorney, beating Assistant District Attorney Tim Covello 53% to 44%. Incumbent 2nd District County Supervisor Bruce Gibson cruised to reelection over Muril Clift, 67% to 33% and Morro Bay Mayor Jamie Irons kept …

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E-mail Scam Warning


The San Luis Obispo Superior Court is warning residents of an e-mail scam. The e-mail claims to be from the clerk of the court and says it’s a “Notice to Appear in Court”. Officials say that the court doesn’t e-mail residents to appear in court, and if you get an e-mail like that, delete it immediately. The e-mail likely contains …

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High School Teacher Arrested For Allegedly Having Sex With Student


A Paso Robles High School teacher was arrested for allegedly having sex with a student. Police say their investigation started on Sunday, when a 16-year old female student disclosed that she had been having a sexual relationship with her teacher. The teacher, Jeremy Monn, was arrested for sexual intercourse with a minor. Monn was an agricultural teacher.

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