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Bed Bugs Temporarily Shutdown Shelter

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The Maxine Lewis Memorial Shelter in San Luis Obispo has been temporarily closed because of bed bugs. A pest control company said that the beds in one section of the shelter were infested. The area was sprayed and all lines cleaned. The shelter should reopen tonight.  Read More »

Lompoc Woman Killed In Single-Car Accident Near Buellton

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CHP officers were called to the scene on a single vehicle collision this morning, which occurred on Santa Rosa Road, just east of SR 1.  Upon their arrival, it was discovered a 2003 VW Bug had drifted off the right side of the roadway then over-corrected back across the roadway where it struck an embankment and overturned.  The driver, a ... Read More »

Police Identify Los Osos Man Killed In Crash Off Shell Beach Cliff

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On Tuesday, at approximately 5:54, Pismo Beach Police Dispatch received a 911 transfer call from the California Highway Patrol in which a citizen was reporting a reckless driver who had driven off the roadway several times while southbound on Hwy 101 and then exited the freeway at the Price Street offramp and continued north on Price Street.  The caller provided ... Read More »

Unit 2 at Diablo Canyon Shut Down After Electrical Disturbance

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Unit 2 at Pacific Gas and Electric Company's (PG&E) Diablo Canyon Power Plant was shut down yesterday after an electrical disturbance occurred in equipment that supports moving power to the state’s electric grid. Unit 1 continues to safely generate power. Results from the preliminary investigation indicate the electrical disturbance was a result of a flashover event on a lightning arrestor ... Read More »

Hearing Addresses Power Demands After Shutdown Of San Onofre Nuclear Plant

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The California Senate Energy, Utilities, and Communications Committee held the first in a series of hearings yesterday focused on the challenges facing California with the permanent closure of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS).  Senator Alex Padilla (D-Pacoima) chairs the committee. Attendees included representatives of Southern California Edison, San Diego Gas & Electric, the California Independent System Operator, the ... Read More »

Bees Colony Invades Fremont Theater

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A large colony of bees has adopted the historic Fremont Theater as home, forcing the owners to temporarily close the theater while they find a way to get them out. “This is a case of Mother Nature stealing the show,” said theater owner Rob Rossi. “Our primary concern right now is the safety of our customers and the bee keepers ... Read More »

Gun And Badge Stolen From Car Of Arroyo Grande Police Chief

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Arroyo Grande Police chief Steve Annibali had his car broken into Sunday outside his AG home and discovered that someone had stolen his response bag filled with his badge, gun, and other items from his car parked on the street. His alarm was on, but that didn’t deter thieves. According to city policy, police cars unmarked shouldn’t be left on ... Read More »

Pierce Pleads Guilty In Extortion Case

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A San Luis police officer has pleaded guilty to charges of extortion. Cory Pierce was arrested last February.  He is accused of taking cash and drugs from two people, and selling fake drugs to dealers. He has served the department for six years. His last stint was with the Sheriff’s Narcotics Unit. He faces severe jail time. Read More »

Police Identify Cyclist Hit By Car In Collision Last Week

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On Wednesday, July 3, at approx. 6:35a.m., the Paso Robles Police Department and Department of Emergency Services responded to an injury traffic collision west of Jardine Road on Highway 46 East. Officers determined a vehicle struck a 55-year-old male bicyclist after he entered the eastbound traffic lanes.  The bicyclist was transported via ambulance to a local hospital for major injuries. ... Read More »

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