Tuesday, July 26th, 2016

Local News

Bicycle Thief Caught in San Luis Obispo


San Luis Obispo police arrest a bicycle thief in San Luis. There’s been a 100% increase in bicycle thefts this year compared to last in San Luis. So Thursday night, they left an unlocked bike downtown and watched it. Around 11:15, a man rode up to the bicycle on another bike, took the bait bicycle and walked off with both. …

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Highway Resurfacing on 101


An overnight highway resurfacing project in San Luis Obispo is underway on 101 between Ontario Road and Reservoir Canyon Road. The overnight construction is expected to be completed in May. You may encounter lane closures from nine at night until six the following morning. Delays should not exceed ten minutes. You’re reminded to slow for the cone zone.

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Health and Wellness Fair at Santa Maria High School


Today at Santa Maria High School Project Ten Health is hosting it’s Second Annual Health and Fitness Fair at the high school. The morning event to focus on childhood obesity. Twenty local organizations are going to participate. A San Luis Obispo county childhood obesity prevention program is hosting the event.

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Today in Sports


The Cal Poly Mustang baseball team takes two out of three games over the weekend from Cal State Fullerton. The Mustangs lost a close one Friday night 2-1. Then won Saturday 1-0 in ten innings. And beat the Titans 6-3 yesterday. The Giants beat the Dodgers 9-6 yesterday, after felling 5-0 in the early going. The Giants have trailed in …

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Arson Suspected in Nipomo Fire


Arson is suspected in the Nipomo fire which destroyed one home on Oakglen Avenue and damaged another. Seven mads place homes are owned by Donna and Greg France of Santa Maria. They bought the homes so that they could be used by farmworkers picking strawberries in nearby fields. Neighbors expressed opposition to the couple’s plans to put more than 100 …

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Cal Poly Strike Postponed


Next week’s scheduled faculty walk-out at Cal Poly and other CSU campuses postponed after faculty and university officials reach a tentative salary agreement. The deal will not be disclosed until later today. The four-day walk-out was scheduled before and after Cal Poly’s open house.

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Man Rescued from Morro Rock


A 27-year-old Fresno man had to be rescued from Morro Rock yesterday morning after climbing the southern side of the rock to proposed to his girlfriend on face time. Michael John Paul banks climbed the rock at sunrise. Shortly after 8:30, a CHP helicopter was sent to the rock to rescue him. The dangerous rescue will cost the groom thousands …

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Residents File Claim Against County for Contaminated Water


Residents living near the San Luis Obispo Airport file a claim against the county.  The issue is contamination of their water wells. 11 out of 61 water well near Buckley Road had high levels of TCE. 20 families near the airport have started the process of suing the county.

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Vehicle Thefts in San Luis Obispo


San Luis Obispo police warning you to lock your car. A rash of car thefts recently from unlocked cars, open truck beds and other vehicles last month. You are encouraged to lock your vehicle and keep valuables out of site. The areas hit include Fixlini and Alta streets, Corralitos and Alisal Avenues, Wilding Lane and San Luis Drive. Recent car …

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Two Arrested in Drug Deal Gone Wrong


Paso Robles police arrest two men in connection with a drug deal that went bad and ended in a shoot-out earlier this week. Two 19-year-old men arrested on several felonies. They are identified as Alejandro Mora and Fernando Madueno. A witness snapped a photo of their pick up leaving the area of Nicklaus street after shots were fired Sunday night. …

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