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Structure Fire To Be Part Of Firefighter Training Today

Paso Robles Firefighters will conduct a residential structure fire training burn at 2806 Pine Street in Paso Robles from 10:30-12:30 today. Firefighters will be doing several training evaluations designed to maintainand expand their skills.  These include interior fire attack, simulated victim rescue, vertical ventilation and exterior fire attack. Firefighters from Paso Robles and CalFire/San Luis Obispo County Fire will be participating. This ... Read More »

Police Search For Two Suspects In Daytime Burglaries


During the last several weeks the San Luis Obispo Police Department has been investigating a series of daytime residential burglaries.  Many of the items being stolen include: jewelry, computers, and other electronics, cash, and many other items of value. The hours of these burglaries have been taking place sometime between 7:00 a.m., and 2:00 p.m. According to some reports it ... Read More »

Sting Operation Finds Three Stores In Violation Of Tobacco Sales


The San Luis Obispo County Health Agency’s Tobacco Control Program in coordination with the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office conducted a recent countywide tobacco sales compliance check operation, which ended on February 9, 2013.   The compliance checks focused on unincorporated communities including San Miguel, Santa Margarita, Cambria, Cayucos, Los Osos, Avila Beach, Oceano and Nipomo.   With the ... Read More »

Paso Robles Man Arrested On Suspicion Of Child Abuse Likely To Result In Death


On February 18, at approximately 5:00 a.m., the Paso Robles Police and Fire Departments were dispatched to the 200 block of Santa Ysabel Avenue regarding a two-year-old female not breathing. The child had visible head and body injuries and was subsequently transported via ambulance to Twin Cities Hospital for treatment. It appeared the child was the victim of child abuse. ... Read More »

Teach Elementary To Remain Open


Teach Elementary School will stay open for now. In a 7-0 vote last night, the San Luis Obispo Unified School Board decided to continue offering 4th through 6th graders in the district the opportunity to attend Teach Elementary School. Board members were considering the closure of Teach Elementary School because of overcrowding and other issues. Read More »

Women’s Conference Hosted By Cal Poly CIE


San Luis Obispo, CA — The Cal Poly Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship is hosting a conference for women today at 10:30 a.m. in the university's Advanced Technologies Lab. It’s called "Women Who Inspire Us: Featuring Successful Women in High-Growth Companies" and features more than 15 women in different industries and positions. The conference is free. Read More »

Warden Bridge Repairs To Begin In Mission Plaza


San Luis Obispo, CARepair work will begin today on the Warden Bridge deck at Mission Plaza near Creeky Tiki Restaurant in San Luis Obispo. The work which is expected to take eight weeks is being done to make a safer pathway for people walking between businesses on Higuera Street and Mission Plaza. Access to the bridge from Higuera Street and ... Read More »

Weekend Accidents Result In Two Fatalities

Two separate fatal accidents to report.  Yesterday a 17-year-old girl from Encino was killed when the Jeep she was riding in rolled over near Cuesta College.   The girl was partially ejected when the driver 19-year-old Sanam Azernoon of Calabasas was traveling southbound on Highway 1 near Education Drive.  Azernoon drove her vehicle off the roadway into an embankment. The ... Read More »

Missing 12-Year-Old Found


Last Friday, 12-year-old Mikayla Andersen was located on Huasna Road walking to the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Office Command Post that had been set up to find her. Mikayla had been reported missing the day before by her father.  Mikayla had left Paulding Middle School and traveled to her grandmother's house near Huasna to go horseback riding. When her ... Read More »

Cuesta College Retains Its Accreditation


Cuesta College has made significant progress with the regional accrediting agency that evaluates two-year colleges in California and remains accredited. The Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges removed the college from show-cause status and placed it on warning, which is the least severe level of sanction. In a letter dated Feb. 11, 2013, the commission noted that the college ... Read More »

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