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Report: Cannabis site stalled in Paso Robles amid neighbor concerns

July 28th, 2021 Comments Off on Report: Cannabis site stalled in Paso Robles amid neighbor concerns
KCBX reports on proposed operation in Penman Spring area –Many in the Paso Robles area live a life of farming and agriculture, like resident Jo […]

Survey shows rapid spread of Sudden Oak Death disease

October 18th, 2016 Comments Off on Survey shows rapid spread of Sudden Oak Death disease
KCBX reports: A disease that kills oak trees along the California coast is spreading quickly and working its way south from Northern California, according to […]

Listen to editor Skye Ravy discuss oak tree clear cutting on KCBX

June 11th, 2016 Comments Off on Listen to editor Skye Ravy discuss oak tree clear cutting on KCBX
KCBX News Director Randol White interviewed Paso Robles Daily News Managing Editor Skye Ravy Friday afternoon on the Justin Vineyard’s controversial oak tree clear cutting […]

KCBX: Salvage yard settles lawsuit over polluted stormwater runoff

August 6th, 2015 Comments Off on KCBX: Salvage yard settles lawsuit over polluted stormwater runoff
KCBX reports: A local salvage yard will work to keep toxins from flowing into the Salinas River under the terms of a settlement reached with […]

KCBX: City works to save trees during drought

July 29th, 2015 Comments Off on KCBX: City works to save trees during drought
Central Coast cities working to keep urban forests alive amidst drought – State water officials are concerned our historic drought could be killing millions of […]

Secret space plane scheduled to land at Vandenberg

October 14th, 2014 Comments Off on Secret space plane scheduled to land at Vandenberg
By HAYLEY HOOSON KCBX A spacecraft that’s been circling the earth for nearly two years is scheduled to land at Vandenberg Air Force Base this […]

Cayucos Pier set for $1.7 million repairs

September 21st, 2014 Comments Off on Cayucos Pier set for $1.7 million repairs
By HAYLEY HOOSON The badly damaged Cayucos Pier is in line for a major makeover, and that process could start up relatively soon. The San […]

Badly-burned Panda the steer finds new home

July 12th, 2014 Comments Off on Badly-burned Panda the steer finds new home
By Randol White KCBX Here’s an update about Panda the Steer, the badly burned animal that was set on fire last fall during an act […]

Congresswoman Lois Capps to face Republican Chris Mitchum in November

June 5th, 2014 Comments Off on Congresswoman Lois Capps to face Republican Chris Mitchum in November
By Randol White KCBX Representative Lois Capps’ 24th District congressional seat serves all of San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties and had a wide […]

Amendments to water management plan move forward

March 19th, 2014 Comments Off on Amendments to water management plan move forward
By Randol White KCBX The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 Tuesday afternoon to move forward with beefing up the Paso Robles […]
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