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Top 10 stories of 2016

Top stories for last year ranked by page views from readers –The Paso Robles Daily News had nearly 2.4-million page views last year. Here are […]Full Article

Rain in the forecast for North County

–Rain is in the forecast once again for Paso Robles and the North County, according to Weather Underground. There is a 91-percent chance of rain […]Full Article

Candle sparks house fire in Paso Robles

Occupants were assisted out of the home by police –On Friday afternoon at 12:24 p.m., Paso Robles Department of Emergency Services was dispatched to a […]Full Article

Trailer flips over on Highway 101 near Niblick bridge

– A travel trailer flipped over on Northbound highway 101 just after the Niblick Bridge overpass, according to eye-witness reports. The above photo was taken […]Full Article

Recent storm brings season total to 4.7 inches

More rain in the forecast  –On Saturday, Dec. 24, the City of Paso Robles recorded .4-inches of rain, making the season total 4.70-inches. To view current […]Full Article

City to receive over $1 million to lessen impact of Diablo closure

Money part of agreement drafted by Coalition of Cities, County, PG&E –The City of Paso Robles will be receiving approximately $1.1 million from PG&E to […]Full Article

Police department begins testing body-worn cameras

–The Paso Robles Police Department has begun testing Body Worn Cameras (BWC) for patrol officers. The cameras will compliment the PRPD’s existing mobile audio video […]Full Article

New traffic safety laws will take effect in 2017

– The new year brings a handful of new traffic safety laws for California. These changes to current law, or additional laws, were passed by […]Full Article

City adds 45 parking spaces downtown

Parking availability designed to make downtown more accessible –Following Paso Robles City Council approval of a resolution, the city hired local contractor Paul Viborg to […]Full Article

Permits issued for Blue Oak Apartment complex

Site will include 29 apartment buildings –On Monday, Dec. 19, the Paso Robles Building Department issued the stock plan permits for the Blue Oaks Apartments. […]Full Article