Really Right Stuff LLC, which has produced photography equipment in San Luis Obispo since 1990, is moving its operations to Lehi, Utah. Business owners said high housing costs and state regulations prompted the move out of California.
Cal Poly SLO professor Jason Williams was charged Wednesday, June 13, 2018, in San Luis Obispo County Superior Court with peeping with a concealed device. The California professor allegedly used a cellphone camera to look up a woman's dress.
Thousands of troops stormed ashore at San Simeon, California, in 1955 in a mock invasion following the Korean War. Nearly 10,000 San Luis Obispo County residents watched Operation Surf Board, a military exercise with simulated atomic weapons.
Cal Poly SLO is celebrating over 4,800 students in a graduation ceremony this weekend, June 16-17, 2018. Parents and university grads do not need a permit or pass to park, but should note road closures and the right parking lots to use.
A major-injury traffic collision was reported on Highway 101 on Sunday in Atascadero, according to the CHP Traffic Incident Information Page. The crash happened about 1:30 p.m. and involved a motorcycle.
A speakeasy-style bar, called 1122 Cocktail Lounge, has opened in Paso Robles, California. The bar can only be accessed by speaking to a doorman through a small window and features an old-fashioned atmosphere and high-end drinks.
The Cal Poly SLO commencement ceremony for the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences and College of Science and Mathematics was held Saturday, June 16, 2018, at Alex Spanos Stadium in San Luis Obispo, California.
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo's 2018 spring commencement ceremony Saturday, June 16, was marked by calls for activism and some graduating students protesting the California university's handling of sexual assault investigations and racial tension.
The North Coast Advisory Council will consider feedback on a 78.5-foot-tall monopine telecommunications tower that Sprint Corp. wants to install in Cambria's West Village. The proposal has drawn sharp criticism from residents.
In the San Luis Obispo County, California, District 4 supervisor race, attorneys for Lynn Compton filed a lawsuit June 15, 2018, that asks a judge to order the clerk-recorder to stop accepting ballot envelopes with mismatched signatures in primary election.