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Memorial Service for Christopher Michaels-Martinez

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A memorial service for SLO High graduate Christopher Michaels-Martinez, who was shot and killed in Elliot Rodger’s shooting spree in Isla Vista on May 23, will be held on Saturday at 1 p.m. The memorial will be at Mountainbrook Community Church, 1775 Calle Joaquin, in San Luis Obispo. Community members are welcome to attend. Read More »

Election Results Are In

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The results from the election last night are in, and KVEC Morning News has obtained the results. Deputy District Attorney Dan Dow won the SLO County District Attorney, beating Assistant District Attorney Tim Covello 53% to 44%. Incumbent 2nd District County Supervisor Bruce Gibson cruised to reelection over Muril Clift, 67% to 33% and Morro Bay Mayor Jamie Irons kept ... Read More »

E-mail Scam Warning

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The San Luis Obispo Superior Court is warning residents of an e-mail scam. The e-mail claims to be from the clerk of the court and says it’s a “Notice to Appear in Court”. Officials say that the court doesn’t e-mail residents to appear in court, and if you get an e-mail like that, delete it immediately. The e-mail likely contains ... Read More »

High School Teacher Arrested For Allegedly Having Sex With Student

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A Paso Robles High School teacher was arrested for allegedly having sex with a student. Police say their investigation started on Sunday, when a 16-year old female student disclosed that she had been having a sexual relationship with her teacher. The teacher, Jeremy Monn, was arrested for sexual intercourse with a minor. Monn was an agricultural teacher. Read More »

Fire in Santa Maria Late Last Night

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A fire occurred in Santa Maria at around 12:31 this morning. Firefighters arrived at North Blosser and found a seatrain against the back of Rick’s Cabinets store engulfed in flames. The fire caused about $100,000 worth of damage and everything inside was deemed as a loss. The cause of the fire is currently under investigation.   Read More »

Election Day

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Today is Election Day, and KVEC Morning News has a summary of the seats up for grabs in today’s primary. Locally, there are two contested county supervisor seats on the ballot, a heated race for District Attorney, open seats for County Clerk-Recorder and Superintendent of Schools, and a Morro Bay mayoral and city councilmember race. Congresswoman Lois Capps’s opponent in ... Read More »

Parents of Isla Vista Victims Met to Lobby Politicians

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Richard Martinez, the father of deceased UCSB student Chris Martinez in the Isla Vista shooting, met with Peter Rodger, the father of shooter Elliot Rodger. Martinez discussed the details of his private meeting with Rodger on Ronan Farrow Daily on MSNBC, in which he said that he and Rodger agreed to work together to lobby politicians for tighter gun regulation. ... Read More »

Former Santa Maria Police Lieutenant Wants Job Back

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Former Santa Maria Police Lieutenant Dan Ast wants his job back. Ast’s arbitration hearing began yesterday, in which Ast was accused of negligence that resulted in the death of Officer Albert Covarrubias. Covarrubias allegedly had an affair with a police explorer in 2012, and two officers, one of whom was Ast, attempted to arrest Covarrubias at a DUI checkpoint. Covarrubias ... Read More »

Four Cyclists Hit by Pickup Truck

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Four bicyclists participating in the AIDS/Life Cycle Bicycle Ride that continues today towards San Luis Obispo County are recovering from injuries they received after being hit by a pickup truck.  Police say an unlicensed driver was pulling out of a gas station on Highway 1 north of Moss Landing yesterday morning when he hit the riders.  The injured bicyclists were ... Read More »

Isla Vista Community Rallied Against Gun Violence

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The Isla Vista community marched against gun violence on Saturday. The protesters met outside of the IV Deli, one of the ten locations that Elliot Rodger was at during his shooting spree on May 23. Many signs had the names of the victims, even though many of the protesters hadn’t met them. The protesters’ goal was to pressure politicians to ... Read More »

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