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Video: Man surfs down street in Grover Beach

–Jenny McKee Mello, a Grover Beach resident, shot footage Sunday night around 6 p.m. of a mystery surfer surfing down the street in Grover Beach. […]Full Article

County of San Luis Obispo debuts new seal, logo

Former seal was 43 years old – The County of San Luis Obispo rang in the New Year with a new seal and logo design, […]Full Article

Update: Highway 1 closed due to rock slides

Update posted Jan. 9, 7 a.m. –Highway 1 south of Big Sur from Lucia to Ragged Pt was closed overnight at 430 p.m. due to […]Full Article

PG&E to host Diablo Canyon outage hiring information fair

— Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) invites interested members of the public to attend an information fair on Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017, where details […]Full Article

SLO City Council plans ban on single-use plastic bottles

In an effort to decrease the use of single-use plastic bottles, the San Luis Obispo City Council has opted to move forward with regulations for […]Full Article

Highway 41 lane closed due to landslide

–San Luis Obispo County Hwy. 41 is experiencing an Emergency Lane Closure from Cerro Alto Road to Bear Ridge Rd. There is an alternating lane […]Full Article

State could experience heavy rain, snowmelt, causing flooding, landslides

–California will be hit by an atmospheric river event this weekend, according to the Weather Channel. The heavy rain and snowmelt could cause mass flooding […]Full Article

Police seek witnesses to motorcycle collision

Collision occurred in San Luis Obispo on Saturday afternoon –On Saturday at approximately 3:33 p.m., the San Luis Obispo Police and Fire Department personnel responded […]Full Article

Over 1000 sign up for Women’s March in San Luis Obispo

March slated for Jan. 21 starting at 10 a.m. –More than 1,000 women and allies will rally in downtown San Luis Obispo Jan. 21 for […]Full Article

Thousands take part in polar bear dip in Cayucos

–Thousands of locals and visitors gathered Sunday near the Cayucos Pier for the annual Carlin Soule Memorial Polar Bear Dip, celebrated every New Year’s Day. […]Full Article