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Memorial Day Weekend Events

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Illuminate: Spring Dance Concert in SLO Great Western Bike Rally in Paso Robles 28th Annual Festival of Beers in SLO Cal Poly Early Music Ensemble Memorial Day Celebration on Pismo Beach Pier Lost at Sea Memorial Day Service in Cayucos Avila Beach Blues Festival Read More »

Strawberry Festival This Weekend

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The 31st annual Arroyo Grande Strawberry Festival starts Saturday and runs through Sunday. Guests can enjoy live entertainment, carnival games, and plenty of strawberries. Arroyo Grande police say the event attracts crowds of up to 100,000 people, so police are closing streets, creating detours and designated parking areas, and providing transportation to visitors. Free bus transportation to the festival picks ... Read More »

DUI Checkpoints Throughout Central Coast

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DUI checkpoints will be set up throughout the Central Coast this weekend. One checkpoint will be in Oceano on Saturday. Extra officers will be on duty in San Luis Obispo, Grover Beach, and Atascadero. The California Highway Patrol will start its maximum enforcement period at 6:00 p.m. Friday through midnight Monday. Read More »

Standoff in SLO Ends Peacefully

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A man barricaded himself in a San Luis Obispo apartment yesterday after the San Luis Obispo Gang Task Force tried to arrest him. The man, identified as Grover Beach resident Austin Ross, was wanted for possessing a firearm and a stolen vehicle. The standoff began at around 2 p.m., when Ross came outside briefly and then went back inside his ... Read More »

Missing Child from Atascadero

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Atascadero police are searching for a missing juvenile. Thirteen-year old Jeremiah Valdez left his home without permission and his whereabouts are unknown. Valdez is considered to be at-risk because of his age and the fact that he is on depression medication. He is not considered suicidal and is believed to be going towards his mother in Hanford, California. Valdez is ... Read More »

Police Search for Two Robbers

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Paso Robles police are looking for two men who a robbed a woman’s home Tuesday night a little after nine. The woman heard someone knocking at her door and answered it to find two young Hispanic males wearing all black and holding a knife. The men demanded cash and jewelry and the victim complied. Both men fled the scene. Read More »

Public Meeting on Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant

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The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is holding a public meeting in San Luis Obispo today to talk about its assessment for the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant. The meeting will be at the Embassy Suites off Madonna Road from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. NRC staff will talk about the details of the assessment and answer questions. The NRC has rated ... Read More »

Four Students Arrested for Stealing Sheep

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Four Cuesta students were arrested yesterday for stealing sheep from the Cal Poly campus. Cal Poly police received a report around 10:30 a.m. that the sheep were missing and found them in a San Luis Obispo apartment complex. The four students, George Pappas, Paul Italiano, Torin Miller and Matt Pappaleo were arrested at around 4:30 p.m. and could be charged ... Read More »

SLO Skate Park Groundbreaking

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The City of San Luis Obispo is scheduled to break ground on the SLO Skate Park at Santa Rosa Park today at 3:30 p.m. The project includes an outdoor amphitheater, a fitness path, a public art area, and streetscape plaza. The project is funded by Measure Y, the city's sales tax, as well as other grants. The city hopes to ... Read More »

Four Minors Arrested with Stolen Property

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Four minors were arrested in Paso Robles on Monday for possession of stolen property. Officers were dispatched to look into the four minors, as they looked suspicious since they were dressed in black, carrying bags and looking into vehicles. Some of the items the four juveniles had stolen included iPods, cameras, MP3 players and other electronics. Since they’re minors, their ... Read More »

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