Where the water would go if SLO County dams burst

Here’s a look at where the water would go in the event of a dam burst in San Luis Obispo County, in light of the crisis at Oroville Dam on February 12, 2017. All five SLO County dams have been inspected by regulatory agencies in the past four years and were found safe, records show.

Time to explore the ways to get rid of Donald Trump

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Milo backlash is the latest fault line in conservatives’ civil war

Differences within the Republican Party are beginning to surface again, and nowhere will such tensions be more evident than at this week’s Conservative Political Action Conference which offers the first test of what it means to be a conservative in the Trump era. The inviting, and then disinviting, of now ex-Breitbart writer Milo Yiannopoulos has some longtime CPAC stalwarts shuddering.

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Don Pedro spillway water flows over road

Water from the opened Don Pedro spillway flows over Bonds Flat Road in La Grange, Calif., on Monday, Feb. 20, 2017.
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Don Pedro spillway water flows over road 0:32

Don Pedro spillway water flows over road

Oroville Dam's main spillway 'stable' but eroded as officials adjust flow rate 1:26

Oroville Dam's main spillway 'stable' but eroded as officials adjust flow rate

A quick hike up Black Hill offers aerial view of Morro Bay 0:50

A quick hike up Black Hill offers aerial view of Morro Bay

Cal Poly dormitory remains threatened by unstable hillside; two large trees cut down 1:13

Cal Poly dormitory remains threatened by unstable hillside; two large trees cut down

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