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Water Advisory For Dangerous Rip Currents

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Central and Northern California boaters and beach goers are being warned about dangerous rip currents and sneaker waves.Coast Guard spokesperson Rachel Polish says the warning extends from the Oregon-California border to San Luis Obispo. Polish says also avoid taking small children and pets near surf zones and low-lying areas.   Read More »

Paso Robles Police To Hold DUI Checkpoint This Saturday

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The Paso Robles Police Department will hold an “AVOID the 14” DUI/CDL traffic enforcement checkpoint Saturday, December 28, from 6:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. in the City of Paso Robles.   All too often, members of our community are senselessly injured or killed on local roadways by impaired drivers. The goal of the checkpoint is to make the roadways safer ... Read More »

Fire Breaks Out At Grover Beach Inn

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A fire occurred at the Grover Beach Inn on Fifth Avenue on Tuesday afternoon about 4:30. Five Cities Fire says it broke out in the laundry area.   The hotel serves as a long term residence for disadvantaged individuals.   Investigators are still looking into the cause.   Read More »

Santa Maria Man Arrested For Allegedly Kidnapping A Woman

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A Santa Maria man has been arrested after allegedly kidnapping a woman about 5:30 Tuesday evening.   Forty one year old Daniel Espinoza is suspected of taking a woman and holding her against her will. Cops apprehended Espinoza and the woman hours later in his car in Arroyo Grande. She wasn’t hurt and he was booked into County Jail. Read More »

Lompoc Woman Charged With Murder Due Back In Court Tomorrow

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The Lompoc woman charged with murder after last week's deadly crash on Highway 246 that killed a former Santa Ynez Valley teacher is expected to be back in court tomorrow.   In her court appearance Monday, 37-year-old Rebecca Cristal Sandoval, did not enter a plea. Sandoval is charged with killing 68-year-old Linda Wall on December 19 near the Chumash Casino. ... Read More »

Police Find Panga Boat Near San Simeon

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On Monday December 23rd at 5:00 p.m. the Sheriff's Office received a report of a possible Panga boat landing north of San Simeon. Deputies, State Parks and CHP responded to the location and found an abandoned Panga boat. It appears the off load was interrupted and the boat along with some narcotics were left behind. No arrests have been made ... Read More »

Significant Number Of Arrests During Anti-DUI Crackdown Since Friday

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The Winter Holiday Anti-DUI crackdown has resulted in a significant number of DUI arrests from local routine traffic enforcement and special Avoid the 14 DUI deployments since Friday December 13, 2013 in San Luis Obispo County.   From Friday December 13,  through Midnight Sunday December 22,  officers representing 8 county law enforcement agencies have arrested 59 individuals for driving under ... Read More »

Man Accused Of Holding Up RaboBank Scheduled For A Hearing Today

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Bruce Valentine, who is accused of holding up RaboBank in Cambria last November, is scheduled for a pre-preliminary hearing today. And officials with the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office say Arthur McClay Watkins, the Arroyo Grande man accused of robbing a Santa Maria Bank last month has posted bail. He is due back in court next month.   Read More »

Two New Full Time Police Officers To Patrol Downtown SLO In The Beginning Of The New Year

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Two new police officers will be patrolling downtown San Luis Obispo after the new year. The full-time officers will be on bikes, on foot or in their vehicles patrolling the downtown core and nearby residential area during the day. They will be dealing with illegal behavior such as aggressive panhandling, public disturbances and vandalism.   "Part of their responsibility as ... Read More »

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