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Investigation Continues in Road Rage Shooting

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The investigation continues into the road rage shooting of former New Orleans Saint Will Smith. Smith was shot to death by Cordell Hayes, whose Hummer rear-ended Smith’s Mercedes Benz. An argument ensued between the two men following the accident.  Hayes pulled a hand gun on Smith and shot him several times in the chest.  Police say Hayes was involved in …

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Santa Barbara Sheriff Wants to Close Santa Maria Jail

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Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown says he wants to close the Santa Maria branch jail. The intent is to save money. Santa Maria officials are opposed to the proposal. County Supervisor Peter Adam raises concerns over the idea. Brown says it would save the county nearly $1 million. Supervisor Adam says it’s not the way to balance the budget. …

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Dunkin Donuts Coming to Central Coast

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Dunkin Donuts is opening on the Central Coast. New franchise owns plan to open five Dunkin’ Donuts outlets on the Central Coast. The first will open by the end of the year in Santa Maria. Owners Glen and Kirsten Tharp have secured a space in Santa Maria.  They say they’ll hire about two dozen employees at each store.

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Today in Sports

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If you’ve seen the Cal Poly baseball team, you’ve seen one familiar name in the infield. Michael Sanderson.  His family has been involved in Cal Poly sports for three generations. His grandfather is Jim Sanderson. Who coached Cal Poly football in the 80’s. His dad, Scott Sanderson, played for Cal Poly and then transferred to Utah.  This afternoon, the Cal …

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Santa Barbara Supervisor Opens Office in SLO

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Santa Barbara Supervisor Salud Carbajal opens on office in San Luis Obispo in his run for congress. As for the arson in Nipomo. Salud says he has some thoughts on the conflict between farmers who want to use residential housing for strawberry pickers and neighbors who are concerned about density in their neighborhood.  He says it’s another example of the …

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Retired PG&E Worker Finds Man Trapped in Car

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A retired PG&E worker who noticed a minor problem with a power pole discovered a motorist who spent ten hours trapped in his car. When he spotted the mangled car, retired PG&E worker Steve Banta told his wife to call 911, and he stayed by the side of the injured man until help arrived. The injured man told CHP officers …

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Bicycle Thief Caught in San Luis Obispo

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San Luis Obispo police arrest a bicycle thief in San Luis. There’s been a 100% increase in bicycle thefts this year compared to last in San Luis. So Thursday night, they left an unlocked bike downtown and watched it. Around 11:15, a man rode up to the bicycle on another bike, took the bait bicycle and walked off with both. …

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Highway Resurfacing on 101

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An overnight highway resurfacing project in San Luis Obispo is underway on 101 between Ontario Road and Reservoir Canyon Road. The overnight construction is expected to be completed in May. You may encounter lane closures from nine at night until six the following morning. Delays should not exceed ten minutes. You’re reminded to slow for the cone zone.

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Health and Wellness Fair at Santa Maria High School

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Today at Santa Maria High School Project Ten Health is hosting it’s Second Annual Health and Fitness Fair at the high school. The morning event to focus on childhood obesity. Twenty local organizations are going to participate. A San Luis Obispo county childhood obesity prevention program is hosting the event.

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Today in Sports

Baseball

The Cal Poly Mustang baseball team takes two out of three games over the weekend from Cal State Fullerton. The Mustangs lost a close one Friday night 2-1. Then won Saturday 1-0 in ten innings. And beat the Titans 6-3 yesterday. The Giants beat the Dodgers 9-6 yesterday, after felling 5-0 in the early going. The Giants have trailed in …

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