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Thieves Arrested After Allegedly Robbing Medical Marijuana Dispensary

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San Luis Obispo county Sheriff’s deputies detained 3 people for questioning in an alleged robbery of a mobile medical marijuana dispensary in Los Osos. No one was injured in the robbery and Sheriff’s spokesman Tony Cipola told the Tribune that no weapon was used in the incident. The trio of weed nappers were later found in a car on State ... Read More »

Man Arrested Outside Bank With Loaded Guns Awaits Psych Results

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The San Luis Obispo man who was arrested earlier this month is still inCounty jail being held without bail.   A psychological evaluation of Newman’s mental health has been requested but the results are not yet in. 20-year-old Turner Newman has plead not guilty to a number of felony charges including possessing a firearm within 1,000 feet of a school, ... Read More »

Brush Fire, Power Outage Caused After Car Strikes Power Pole

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CAL FIRE was on scene after a vegetation fire broke out on Turri Road near Los Osos at 2:00 yesterday afternoon. Fire officials say a vehicle was driving on Turri Road swerved and hit a power pole knocking the line down. As a result a small vegetation fire was started and burned approximately one acre. PG&E officials say about 6,000 ... Read More »

Multiple Car Accident Closes Hwy 46 For Hours

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A five-car pileup on highway 46 yesterday, closed the highway in both directions for several hours.   The crash happened, just outside of Paso Robles at about 2 in the afternoon near Almond Road when a cement truck failed to yield to traffic setting off a chain reaction of collisions. Five people were injured in the incident, authorities say none ... Read More »

Would-Be Thieves Caught In The Act

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Around 2:30am, yesterday morning the Sheriff's Department got a report of two suspects trying to use bolt cutters to get into C & N Tractor on Ramada Drive in Paso Robles. When Sheriff Deputies arrived on scene with K9 support they were able to capture the first suspect early yesterday morning.  Then a few hours later the second suspect was ... Read More »

Atascadero Homes And Businesses Still Without Gas After Line Rupture

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There’s no definitive end in sight for most Atascadero homeowners and businesses that have been putting up with natural gas-related problems since Sunday morning. That’s when a waterline at the intersection of Entrada and Lewis avenues developed a hole and started blasting water, mixing with surrounding sand and gravel, eventually rupturing a 2 inch gas line. Officials say they have ... Read More »

SLO County Jobless Rate Down From Last Year

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San Luis Obispo County's jobless rate ticked up slightly to 7.5 percent in January 2013, according to state data released last Friday.  But, January continued a 26-month trend of declining year-over-year unemployment.   January’s rate was well below the January 2012 rate of 8.9 percent.  And well below the unemployment rates of 10.4 for California and 8.5 for the nation, ... Read More »

Grover Beach PD Cracks Down On Distracted Driving

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No more warnings. That’s the word from the Grover Beach Police department when it comes to distracted driving. In an effort to persuade drivers that it is a bad idea to text or operate your hand held device while driving, the Grover Beach PD will be actively ticketing anybody doing either throughout the month of April. According to the Grover ... Read More »

Student Housing Offers Reward For Information On Arsonist

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Stenner Glen management is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever started a fire in building 12 on March 9.   Firefighters arrived at the apartment complex soon after the fire was reported to discover a third-floor blaze that had blown out windows and was making its way into the building's attic. One ... Read More »

Survey Aims To Gather Opinions On Cycling On The Central Coast

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The San Luis Obispo Council of Governments this week will be mailing surveys to more than 2,000 randomly selected individuals, asking for their thoughts on bicycling and how bicyclists behave on the Central Coast. SLOCOG planners say, the survey is expected to help develop programming and infrastructure investment priorities and help increase understanding of the current bicycling system and its ... Read More »

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