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Dead transient identified

The Coroner’s Unit of the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office has identified the man found dead inside a tent in the Pico Creek area […]Full Article

High school students invited to compete in regional academic tournament

The Second Annual Academic Scholars Tournament for San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara County high school students is being held on Saturday May 17 from […]Full Article

County health department disputes findings in Diablo Canyon study

The San Luis Obispo County Public Health Department has released a report Friday refuting the claims made in a recent report entitled “Report on Health […]Full Article

Morro Bay tourism bureau names new director

Brent Haugen will lead tourism efforts as executive director There is a new leader at the helm of the Morro Bay Tourism Bureau. The Morro […]Full Article

Pilot and passenger of crashed plane identified by DNA

Update April 10, 2014: The Coroner’s Unit of the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office has made a positive identification of the passenger on board […]Full Article

Kite Festival Returns to Morro Bay April 26-27

The sky around Morro Rock will be bursting with color as the 8th annual Morro Bay Kite Festival flies into town April 26-27. This free, […]Full Article

Deadly pest found in county citrus tree

Local and state officials address arrival of deadly citrus tree pest The detection of an adult Asian Citrus Psyllid in an insect trap in a […]Full Article

Snow, ice and hail reported on Cuesta Grade

CHP responds to slippery roads on Highway 101 At 1:29 a.m. this morning, officers from the California Highway Patrol responded to snow, ice and hail […]Full Article

Cuesta College plans three summer sessions

For the first time ever, Cuesta College will be offering three separate summer school sessions in order to better serve the needs of students and […]Full Article

California condors may be expecting

A pair of California condors at the Pinnacles National Park east of King City may be expecting. Wildlife biologist Rose Fielding is monitoring the behavior […]Full Article
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