Homeowners Are Temporarily Allowed to Rent Houses as Vacation Rentals


The San Luis Obispo City Council voted last night to temporarily allow homeowners to rent out their homes for fewer than 30 days. Currently vacation rentals are illegal, but the ban will be lifted until further study. Proponents of vacations rentals said opening up their home allows them to be ambassadors to the city, and it provides them an extra ...

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Morro Bay City Attorney Robert Shultz Resigns


Morro Bay City Attorney Robert Shultz after serving Morro Bay for 16 years has announced his resignation. In October the city council voted to part ways with Schultz and placed him on administrative leave.  

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Potentially Life-Saving Class on Hypertension


1-in-3 Americans suffer from high blood pressure. Hypertension is called "The Silent Killer", as it often goes undetected. If you or a loved one suffers from high blood pressure, be sure to attend this potentially life-saving class, and learn how to reduce your risk! CHC will host this free class from 6-7pm tonight at CHC Nipomo – 150 Tejas Place. ...

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Typhoon Haiyan Relief Efforts


Typhoon Haiyan swept across the central Philippines on Friday leaving a trail of massive destruction in its wake. With sustained winds reported at over 145 miles per hour, and significantly stronger gusts, Haiyan was the second category 5 typhoon to strike the Philippines this year. The typhoon affected 4.3 million people across 36 provinces. Philippine Red Cross volunteers throughout the ...

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Young Woman Killed In Rollover Accident


A 19-year-old Paso Robles woman was killed in a vehicle rollover last night. Jeanette Montes died last night after her SUV crashed and caught on fire on Highway 101 in Paso Robles. The California Highway Patrol said the accident happened around 4pm just north of Highway 46 west. Reports indicate that somehow Montes lost control of the white Ford Explorer ...

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Search Supended For 65 Year Old Missing Man


On Saturday, at approximately 4:00 p.m., San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's deputies and Search and Rescue team personnel suspended their search for 65-year-old missing person Rafael Chavez Gonzalez. Search and Rescue teams, with the assistance of a California Highway Patrol helicopter, searched the vicinity between where Gonzalez disappeared on the Nipomo Mesa on the 2400 block of Willow Road and ...

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Controlled Fire Burn Today In Pozo And California Valley


The Department of Forestry and Fire Protection in cooperation with local ranchers will conduct a 400 acre prescribed burn on today. This burn was cancelled on Friday due to the Toro wildfire which was controlled at 51 acres. The burn is located 9 miles northeast of Pozo and 12 miles northwest of California Valley. Eight fire engines, 4 hand crews, ...

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SLO Sheriff’s Office On The Lookout For Missing 65 Year Old Man From Nipomo Mesa


San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Office Search and Rescue teams are currently searching the Nipomo Mesa area for a missing 65 year old man who was reported missing on November 3rd. Rafael Chavez Gonzalez was reported to have last been seen on or about October 21, 2013 on the property of a family member located in the 2400 block of ...

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Three Businesses Burglarized; Police Suspect Them To Be In Connection


Three separate businesses were targeted for burglaries during the past three weeks in Morro Bay. Based on the current investigation, Officers now believe these burglaries may be connected with the same suspect or suspects. Evidence found at the scene of a recent burglary to the Morro Bay Eagle’s lodge points toward a similar method used during the commission of two ...

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Morro Bay Power Plant Closing


Dynegy, the owner of the 58-year-old Morro Bay Power Plant, announced  Thursday, November 7, that the plant is going to be closed, and in a letter to Governor Jerry Brown, Dynegy said it will be shut down next year. The closure ends thirteen years of conflict over the power plant, the effort by Duke Energy to build a much larger ...

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