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Early Warning Sirens At Diablo Canyon To Be Tested This Week

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The county’s early warning system sirens located in the Diablo Canyon emergency planning zone will undergo a regularly scheduled low volume, short duration tests this Tuesday and Wednesday. Each of the sirens throughout the zone will be tested individually for a few seconds. The early warning system sirens were installed and are maintained as one of the requirements related to ... Read More »

Bakersfield Teen Dies In Weekend Accident On Hwy 101

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An 18-year-old man was killed in a single-vehicle crash at the south end of Nipomo This Past Saturday.  The victim was identified by the Bakersfield Californian as Derrick Duff. Duff was from Bakersfield and according to the CHP, had been visiting Pismo Beach with two friends when the accident occurred at 2:20 a.m. Saturday.  The highway patrol said a Jeep ... Read More »

Santa Maria Man Arrested After Police Pursuit

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The Santa Maria Police Department arrested a man who led them on a chase. 26-year-old Jeremy Cassaro of Santa Maria was arrested Sunday afternoon. According to reports, an officer pulled him over in the 700 block of East Main Street.  Cassaro stopped momentarily and then quickly sped off. Police followed him, and at one point, Cassaro struck a curb and ... Read More »

Construction On Hwy 101 To Cause Delays In Santa Maria

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If your commute takes you through Santa Maria, you might want to dedicate some extra time to the drive. The 101 Freeway will be shut down in both directions from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. for construction starting Monday and continuing until Friday. The 101 will be closed from Betteravia Avenue to Clark Avenue. Workers are adding an overcrossing to ... Read More »

Arroyo Grande Daycare Center Closes Its Doors After License Is Revoked

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The Kid’s Club, an Arroyo Grande day care center that unexpectedly closed its doors last weekend, left some parents wondering what happened. According to The Tribune, the center received notice from the Department of Social Services the day before.  That notice stated that the license for the day care was being revoked following numerous allegations of health and safety violations. ... Read More »

Morro Bay Police Look Into Recent Car Burglaries

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Morro Bay Police are investigating a rash of car burglaries that happened on and around the 1100 and 1200 blocks of Morro Avenue.   In a press release, Police say someone had been entering unlocked vehicles in the residential area. Police advise residents to lock your car and keep your valuable out of sight. Anyone with information about these crimes ... Read More »

Small Quake Rocks The Central Coast

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A minor earthquake rattled the central coast yesterday evening at about 6:22. Cambria residents say they felt a sharp jolt for about a second or two. The USGS says the quake measured 3.8 on the Richter scale and was felt from San Luis Obispo to Bradely. There are no reports of injuries or damage. Read More »

Diablo Canyon Power Plant Back To Full Strength

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After a two-month shutdown, the number 2 reactor at Diablo Nuclear Power is back to full power. The reactor was shutdown to replace a portion of its fuel and various projects to enhance performance and major equipment upgrades.  Read More »

Suspects Arrested After Pepper Spraying And Robbing Arroyo Grande Man

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According to a press release from the Arroyo Grande Police department, two women, a man and a juvenile girl were arrested yesterday on suspicion of conspiracy to commit robbery and burglary. Authorities say an unidentified man, who thought he was contacting an escort service, was allegedly pepper-sprayed and robbed of 120 dollars on the 1000 block of Sunset in Arroyo ... Read More »

So Cal Gas Employees Going Door To Door In Atascadero

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Only 600 more to go… That’s the word from So Cal Gas Company officials in Atascadero, following a gas line rupture this past weekend that left nearly 1,000 residents without natural gas. Gas company employees are going door to door in order to make sure the water that invaded the gas line is removed completely. If you have concerns about ... Read More »

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