Sunday, March 29th, 2015

Local News

Bed Bugs Invade Maxine Lewis Memorial Shelter


Bed bugs have once again moved into the Maxine Lewis Memorial Shelter in San Luis Obispo has been invaded by bed bugs again. The shelter was previously tented and given a chemical treatment. Now a pest control company is using heat to get rid of the pests. Thousands of dollars have already been spent to get rid of them.   ...

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Cal Poly Ranked One Of The Best Colleges


U.S. News and World Report has rated Cal Poly as the best public master's university in the West in its 2014 America's Best Colleges guidebook.   Cal Poly ranked ninth in the magazine's overall list of the West's best universities, including both public and private institutions.   UC Santa Barbara ranked #41 in national universities.

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Police On Trail Of 32 Year Old Cold Case


The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public’s assistance with a 32 year old homicide investigation known as the Original Night Stalker case.  On July 26th, 1981, 35 year old Cheri Domingo and 27 year old Gregory Sanchez were murdered while house-sitting a residence in the 400 block of Toltec Way, in Goleta. This homicide followed a ...

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Murder Suspect Apprehended


On September 7, San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a report of a gunshot victim who had been transported to the Cal Fire Station on Parkhill Road. A family disturbance earlier at a home in the 2200 block of Parkhill Road resulted in 21 year old Nickolas Gulley suffering a gunshot wound to the face. He had been ...

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Missing Boy Found


On Saturday at about 10:11 a.m. Trevor Johnson was reported missing by his mother. Trevor is autistic and described as a 9 year old white male with blond surfer style hair, blue eyes, 4'8", 60 lbs, wearing a multi colored blue shirt and cream colored shorts. Search and Rescue was activated and a reverse 911 launched. Trevor was located on ...

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Roll Over Accident Ends In Fatality


The California Highway Patrol says a Shandon teenager was killed in a single vehicle rollover early Sunday morning on San Juan Road in Shandon.   According to the CHP, 16-year-old Oscar Silva Lizarraga was driving on the southbound side of the road when he drifted off the road and onto the dirt shoulder. Officials say he then over-corrected, causing his ...

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DUI Suspect In Court


The Cayucos woman charged with two felony counts of vehicular manslaughter after having allegedly hitting two bicyclists killing one and injuring another is expected to be arraigned today in court. Twenty-nine year old Jessica Goddard is accused of running over 60-year-old Bradley Cummins of Los Osos, was riding on southbound Highway 1 with 65-year-old Alan Stephens, also of Los Osos, ...

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Ghost Bike Used As Memorial


At the crash site, a white-painted ghost bike, used as a memorial to remember a cyclist who has died from a traffic collision.   According to the website, the white bikes were first used as memorials in 2003 in St. Louis, Missouri. Since then, they've been used as a symbol across the world. A San Luis Obispo County official ...

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Fire Breaks Out In Commercial Structure Last Night


On Wednesday, September 4, at 9:00 p.m., two companies of Paso Robles Firefighters responded to a commercial structure fire at 1603 Commerce Way in Paso Robles.   Firefighters arriving at scene of the large plastics manufacturing firm found a small fire inside an employee break room. The fire was being held in check by the fire sprinkler system and was ...

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Police Find Evidence That Links Cristina Padilla To West Coast Bandit


Evidence found after police searched the alleged Central Coast Bandit’s Watsonville home links her to several more robberies. Cristina Padilla was arrested nearly two weeks ago on suspicion of robbing six banks throughout Central California. A search warrant issued for Padilla’s house, as well as two vehicles, uncovered clothing she wore during the robberies and demand notes.  She pleaded not ...

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