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Robbers steal Rolex watches from Santa Barbara hotel 02:10

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Cal Poly students hold 'funeral' to protest potential tuition hikes 01:03

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Monday is surf day in Cambria 00:55

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Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary draws officials' support 02:20

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Truck overturns on Highway 101 near Atascadero 00:31

San Luis Obispo County voters caucus for Democratic delegates <span class='title-duration'>01:31</span> 01:31

San Luis Obispo County voters caucus for Democratic delegates 01:31

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Runners hit the pavement at the 2016 SLO Marathon and half marathon 01:54

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SLO men feel the pain in a 'Walk a Mile in Her Shoes' event to end sexual violence 01:18

Middle schoolers take on Tough Two obstacle course at Los Osos Middle School <span class='title-duration'>01:52</span> 01:52

Middle schoolers take on Tough Two obstacle course at Los Osos Middle School 01:52

Why San Luis Obispo High School students want to save 'The Big Tree' <span class='title-duration'>01:22</span> 01:22

Why San Luis Obispo High School students want to save 'The Big Tree' 01:22

What the loss of Cayucos' veterans hall would mean for the community <span class='title-duration'>01:13</span> 01:13

What the loss of Cayucos' veterans hall would mean for the community 01:13

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Obama is trapped on Iraq as his term runs out

When Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al Abadi took office in 2014, the Obama administration hoped he would prove to be a Mr. Fix-It, a relatively moderate Shiite Muslim leader who would manage spoilers in his own sect, make long-overdue overtures to the country’s Sunni minority and work closely with the U.S. to reclaim territory captured by the Islamic State.

Cambrian: Opinion

Feline evacuation: HART has a plan in a pillowcase

When Hurricane Katrina struck in 2005, many pets perished, and those lucky enough to be rescued were often displaced and sent all over the country. The HART (Homeless Animal Rescue Team) Evacuation Committee is working on plans to make sure its residents are kept safe if Cambria is faced with a disaster.

Cambrian: Opinion

Watchful Cambria residents hold CCSD’s feet to fire

Communities around the globe — and those as yet undiscovered in the vast reaches of the universe — have their magnificent moments and their testier times. Here in our wonderland by the Pacific Ocean, the drought, drastic water shortages and unsteady local government responses have darkened the otherwise balanced, sunny side of our existence.

Cambrian: Opinion

Balancing closure and hope for missing furry friend

I’ve been doing my best for the last couple of years to practice being mindful. That’s why they call it: “practice” — you have to keep at it. Tuning out, tuning in, simplifying … listening. Today my ears are straining, trying to tune out all else but one hopeful noise. Right now the wind makes everything sound like a plaintive cry. I’m trying to find my lost kitty.

The Cambrian

Cambria art stroll adds music to the mix

Cambria’s next monthly Art Stroll will be Saturday, May 7, and the event has been adding a musical flavor of late. The April installment featured the duo Simple Pleasures serenading art lovers as they strolled down Main Street at Patrick Dennis’ Working Artist Studio.

The Cambrian

Cambria’s Wildland Urban Interface drill, fire safety fair set

Cal Fire’s 2016 Wildfire Awareness Week (May 3-9) is winding down, and officials across the state have begun to declare that wildfire season has begun. Several small fires in Cayucos on Sunday, May 1, served as a reminder of how quickly and easily a fire can start, even when most of the North Coast’s thick brush and grasses are still fairly moist and green, having been nourished by winter/spring rainfall.

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Robbers steal Rolex watches from Santa Barbara hotel

Five Rolex watches valued at $35,000 were stolen from a jewelry store in Montecito last month, and authorities are asking for the public's help in identifying the thieves. According to the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office, two men entered Silverhorn, inside the Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore on Channel Drive, around 3 p.m. March 29, 2016. One of the men distracted a clerk while the other broke a display cabinet and took the five watches. They then ran out of the hotel and into a waiting silver Hyundai Santa Fe, and the female driver sped away north on Olive Mill Road. The thieves, who have not been identified, were caught on surveillance video. Anyone who recognizes the people in the video or who has information about the robbery should call the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office at 805-681-4150; to leave an anonymous tip, call 805-681-4171.
Courtesy of Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
Robbers steal Rolex watches from Santa Barbara hotel 02:10

Robbers steal Rolex watches from Santa Barbara hotel

Cal Poly students hold 'funeral' to protest potential tuition hikes 01:03

Cal Poly students hold 'funeral' to protest potential tuition hikes

Monday is surf day in Cambria 00:55

Monday is surf day in Cambria

Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary draws officials' support 02:20

Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary draws officials' support