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More rain in the forecast into the weekend

–More rain is in the forecast for Paso Robles this weekend. Over the last 24-hours, Paso Robles measured .01-inches of rain, bringing the season total […]Full Article

Paso Robles receives another quarter inch of rain

–Paso Robles received another .25-inches of rain over the past 24-hours, bringing the season total to 5.72-inches. To view current rainfall totals, click here. To […]Full Article

City and county still analyzing outcomes for animal shelter

No solid decisions for future of Paso and Atascadero animal shelter —San Luis Obispo is home to the only county-run animal shelter, built in 1975 […]Full Article

Horse show postponed due to Equine Herpes Virus

– The Pacific Coast Cutting Horse Association and The Paso Robles Event Center decided to postpone the upcoming Coyote Rock Ranch Round Up horse show […]Full Article

Victim rescued from smoke-filled apartment after grease fire

– On Sunday, March 11, at approximately 2:57 p.m., the Paso Robles Department of Emergency Services responded to an apartment fire at 2041 Riverside Avenue, […]Full Article

More rain in the forecast

–More rain is in the forecast for Paso Robles and the North County. There is a chance of showers on Monday and into Tuesday, and […]Full Article

City approves new road repair projects

–The City of Paso Robles has completed five full years of Supplemental Sales Tax road repair projects and on February 20, 2018 the Paso Robles […]Full Article

Students, admin plan March 14 safety event at high school

From the Crimson Newsmagazine Students to rally for school safety with administration’s support –Students have organized a symbolic “walk-out” event in the PRHS quad on […]Full Article

Central Coast students plan to participate in National Walkout for Gun Safety

–On Wednesday, March 14, 2018, various schools around the Central Coast will participate in school-wide walkouts to advocate for common sense gun legislation, school safety, […]Full Article

Updated: Paso Robles School District not permitting student protests

Update posted March 9, 10:30 a.m. Superintendent Chris Williams added the following paragraph to his statement regarding the alternatives planned to the potential student walk-outs: […]Full Article