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Updated: Suspect in hit and run files stolen vehicle report

Update posted April 6 –The California Highway Patrol released an update regarding Richard L. Gonzalez and the felony hit and run. Gonzalez reportedly turned himself […]Full Article

North County could get 1.5-million for homeless shelters

–The Homeless Services Oversight Council was tasked with deciding this week which projects should get a cumulative $4.8 million in grant funding from the state, […]Full Article

Local hiker, photographer releases book, ‘Botanical Reflections’

–Spending the last three years locally, international hiker and wildflower photographer Doris Lance’s hiking and exploring experiences has been released in a new book, titled […]Full Article

Looking Back: May Drop Charges Against Hillman

Excerpt from November 24, 1920, Paso Robles Star By agreement between counsel the criminal charges against Clarence D. Hillman, owner of the Estrella ranch, and […]Full Article

Dead body found in Franklin Pond

–On Thursday, San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a report of a possible drowning victim at Franklin Pond in the 3000 block […]Full Article

Photos: Wildflowers in full bloom

–Photos of the California super bloom in the Carrizo Plains area, captured by North County local Charlee Smith:     Related: Go see the wildflowers in […]Full Article

California Valley woman dies in single-vehicle accident

–On March 31 at approximately 8 p.m. Robbie Lee Roe, a 23-year-old California Valley resident, was driving a Ford Taurus northbound on El Mira Road […]Full Article

Crews working to improve sidewalks, crossing zones across 13th

–In downtown Paso Robles, roadwork has closed Park Street at 13th Street. Crews are working to improve sidewalks and construct lighted pedestrian crossing zones across […]Full Article

Residents reminded to clear combustible vegetation before fire season

–To prepare for the upcoming fire season, the Paso Robles Department of Emergency Services would like to remind residents and property owners about the city’s […]Full Article

Update: Rite Aid loss prevention agent injured after pursuing theft suspect

–More details have been released regarding the incident that occurred starting at the Rite Aid on Spring Street in Paso Robles yesterday. On Monday at […]Full Article