PG&E wants to limit discussion on what happens after Diablo Canyon closes

PG&E has submitted its official response to comments and protests filed with the California Public Utilities Commission regarding its application to close the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant by 2025. It doesn’t want to talk about its post-closure plans for Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant or requests to close the facility early, but it does want to discuss how to replace the lost power with greenhouse-gas-free and energy-efficient resources.

Put Jan Marx in the SLO mayor’s seat one last time

Jan Marx has years of experience and leadership skills, and we’ve been especially impressed with her focus on the long-term safety and economic welfare of the city. We also tip our hat to Heidi Harmon, and we hope she stays involved in local politics.

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Softec's 8th Annual Student Robotics Expo

Arroyo Grande High School senior Riley Koziel talks about how her team keeps its Frisbee-shooting robot operating. They showed off the robot at Softec's 8th Annual Student Robotics Expo at the Alex Madonna Expo Center in San Luis Obispo on Monday, Sept. 26, 2016.
David Middlecamp The Tribune
Softec's 8th Annual Student Robotics Expo 0:54

Softec's 8th Annual Student Robotics Expo

Actor Ed Asner urges Cambria residents to get involved in local elections 2:04

Actor Ed Asner urges Cambria residents to get involved in local elections

Hiking Estero Bluffs State Park 0:55

Hiking Estero Bluffs State Park

Central Valley farmers keep drilling, even as groundwater limits loom 3:49

Central Valley farmers keep drilling, even as groundwater limits loom

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