Sunday, May 29th, 2016

Local News

Santa Maria Girl Arrested on Suspicion of Killing New Born

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A 15-year-old Santa Maria girl arrested on suspicion of the murder of her new born baby.  She allegedly delivered the baby at a residence in Santa Maria last weekend.  The girl has not been identified.

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Man Arrested in Avila Beach for Allegedly Exposing Himself

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A Guadalupe man is accused of exposing himself in Avila Beach.  29-year-old Eric Manuel Salinas arrested and booked into the county jail on charges of child endangerment and other offenses.  The incident occurred near the Bob Jones trail in Avila Beach.  Salinas was sitting in a parked car with a child in the back seat.  He opened the car door …

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Public Hearing on Potential Seven Story Building Construction

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The San Luis Obispo City Planning Commission conducting a public hearing last night to discuss plans by Santa Barbara developers Firestone and Parker to build a seven story commercial and residential building at Santa Rosa and Monterey in Downtown San Luis. Several long times residents spoke against the proposal, saying the seven story building was too high for the lot, …

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Another Candidate Jumps into the 24th Congressional Race

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Republican Tyler Gross owns the Justice People, a legal document firm with offices in Lompoc, Nipomo and San Luis Obispo. Gross joins a crowded field running for Congresswoman Lois Capps seat.  She’s stepping down after decades in office. The front runner in the race is Assemblyman Katcho Achadjian.   He’s the only candidate with experience above the county level.  Democrat Salud …

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Straw Poll Conducted on Hometown Radio Show

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A straw poll conducted yesterday on KVEC’s Hometown Radio show puts challengers Debbie Peterson and Dan Carpenter in a near dead heat to unseat incumbent Adam Hill in the 3rd District San Luis Obispo County Supervisorial race. Supervisor Adam Hill received no votes in the straw poll. Tonight, the candidates will engage in a Lincoln- Douglas style debate in Avila …

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Stabbing Suspect Being Charged as an Adult

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The Santa Barbara County District Attorney’s office files felony charges in the stabbing murder of a teenager on Monday. They decide to charge a 14-year-old boy as an adult in the murder of 15-year-old Marcos Arce Ramos.  Ramos was stabbed to death Monday afternoon during a fight between two groups of people on east Donovan road. 19-year-old Israel Gaspar Cruz …

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Grover Beach Police Clear Homeless Encampment

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Yesterday, Grover Beach Police cleared out a homeless encampment off Highway One near the Amtrak Station. Some of the transients were allowed to move to a nearby Pismo Beach campground.  Nonprofit agencies paid their space fees. 20-30 homeless people lived in the camp. Former Grover Beach Mayor Debbie Peterson toured the area about a month ago with neighbors, business owners …

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Al Moriarty is Out of Jail and Living in Washington State

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The 82-year-old investment tycoon from Grover Beach owes just over 10 million dollars to about 170 victims for his investment ponzi scheme.  He is scheduled to begin making payments to victims next month. According to Assistant District Attorney Lee Cunningham, the total payment is $475 dollars a month. Moriarty met with KSBY-TV at his home near Seattle and with a …

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Street Violence Santa Maria Leaves Three Dead

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Street violence in Santa Maria leaves three more dead.   One man who disappeared one month ago remains man missing. A 15-year-old student at Pioneer Valley High School stabbed to death Monday afternoon on the 1600 block of East Donovan road.  19-year-old Israel Gaspar Cruz and a 14-year-old boy arrested for murder with gang-enhancement charges. Just before ten Monday night, two …

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San Luis Obispo Jobless Rate Rises

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San Luis Obispo jobless rate in December up slightly to 4.5%.  It was 4.4% in November. But one year ago in December, it was 5.1%. The average for all of California was 5.8%. Imperial County reported the highest at 19.6%, many of whom are seasonal agricultural workers.

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