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Teen Hit and Killed By Freight Train In Goleta

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The victim of a train accident that occurred at approximately 7:15 p.m. on June 21st, has been identified.  He is a 15-year-old from Goleta whose name is not being released because he is a juvenile and due to the ongoing investigation.  The teenager was hit by a freight train headed eastbound in the area of Highway 101 and Kellogg Avenue ... Read More »

Power Returns After Blackout Across Central Coast

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The lights are back on for most of the 145,000 homes and business that were plunged into the dark along California's Central Coast around 9:30 last night.  The widespread outage stretched from Solvang in Santa Barbara County to Cambria in San Luis Obispo County.  The blackout was sparked by the loss of two Pacific Gas & Electric Company transmission lines ... Read More »

Drug Overdose Victim Identified

Ashley-Martel

Police have identified the Grover Beach woman who died from an overdose of drugs early Wednesday morning.  She is Ashley Martel, granddaughter of former KSBY and KCOY newscaster Rick Martel. On Wednesday June 19 at about 4:17 a.m., officers of the Grover Beach Police Department were dispatched to the Arroyo Grande Community Hospital emergency room to meet with medical staff ... Read More »

7-Eleven Robbery Suspects Arrested

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Two men are in jail suspected of robbing an 7-Eleven in Atascadero Thursday.  Police say Timothy Crook and Jaleigh Patterson held a clerk at gunpoint and demanded cash. Both men are facing charges of armed robbery and conspiracy to commit a robbery. They were booked into San Luis Obispo County Jail. On Friday at approximately 2:56 a.m., officers from the ... Read More »

Court Order To Decrease Prison Population Could Put Over 9,000 Inmates On The Streets

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The California State Sheriffs’ Association unalterably disagrees with the Three-Judge Panel court order issued yesterday ordering the immediate release of prison inmates. “This order is unbelievably ill-advised and a tremendous threat to public safety,” said CSSA President, Sheriff Greg Ahern. “With the order to achieve 137.5% of design capacity in State’s prisons, this means releasing over 9,000 inmates to our ... Read More »

23-Year-Old Grover Beach Woman Dies From Drug Overdose

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On Wednesday June 19 at about 4:17 a.m., Officers of the Grover Beach Police Department were dispatched to the Arroyo Grande Community Hospital emergency room to meet with medical staff regarding a drug overdose victim.   It was reported to the officers that a 23-year-old female suffered a drug related overdose at a residence in the 1200 block of Longbranch ... Read More »

Accused Embezzler Al Moriarty To Remain In Jail With Bail Set At $5 Million

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Al Moriarty isn’t going anywhere any time soon.  The 80-year-old businessman accused of fraud and embezzlement will remain in SLO County Jail with bail set at $5-million.  He has pleaded not guilty to the charges. His name continues to adorn the scoreboard at Cal Poly’s Spanos Stadium.  Cal Poly officials aren’t commenting on whether or not his ad will remain. ... Read More »

Spanish Springs Development Project Delayed

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It’s going to be months before the controversial Spanish Springs project gets the go-ahead from the Pismo Beach City Council.   At a meeting Tuesday night, the council delayed the decision to move forward with the Price Canyon development, which includes hundreds of homes, hotel rooms and conference or event-type facilities in the canyon on 961 acres. A neighbor in ... Read More »

Carlyn Christianson Wins SLO Council Seat In Special Election

Carlyn-Christianson

San Luis Obispo has a new city council member.  In a special election by mail yesterday, Carlyn Christianson received 4,138 votes, or 48 percent of the vote. Paul Brown followed with 3,371 votes, or 39 percent.  The third candidate, Donald Hedrick, received 217 votes. Christianson will be sworn in on July 2nd. Paso Robles will swear in its new chief of ... Read More »

Air Quality Advisory

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The San Luis Obispo (SLO) County Air Pollution Control District (APCD) and County Public Health Department are advising the public of deteriorating air quality in the Oceano Dunes/Nipomo Mesa area due to blowing dust and sand.  High winds, blowing sand and dust is forecasted to occur from Tuesday, June 18 through Sunday, June 23 from 11 am to 7 pm, ... Read More »

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