Close to 100 friends, family members and neighbors attended a memorial vigil in Grover Beach for David Fear on Friday, Dec. 23, 2016. Fear, 67, of Grover Beach died Dec.16 after trying to rescue his neighbor during a dog attack.
Kaytlyn LeslieThe Tribune
Remembering David Fear: 'A Grover Beach hero'
Fieldworkers now their own bosses at this marijuana farm in California Valley
What it's like to grow marijuana in California Valley
SLO County family finds steady work in the local cannabis industry
SLO Triathlon participants support and cheer on Team Joseph
Ride along in the cockpit as a plane lands at SLO airport
Cal Poly student captures great white shark sighting on video
Sick sea lions from the Central Coast get special lunch at the Marine Mammal Center
How to show rabbits, according to a 7-year-old Mid-State Fair competitor
Watch Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham take the ‘whipped cream challenge’
Humpback whales, sea lions feed off Pismo Beach in drone video
Ready, set, gobble: Watch the Wild West Turkey Stampede at the Mid-State Fair
Firefighters attack brush fire on Nipomo Mesa from ground and air
A family from Paso Robes bought land in California Valley to build a house. Now they're growing medical marijuana and finding "a new start." However, San Luis Obispo County might ban marijuana grows on the Carrizo Plain.
Larry and Candice Montenegro were struggling to pay the bills living in California Valley near Carrizo Plain. But now Larry Montengro delivers water pumped from his own two wells to about 60 marijuana growers in the area. They say the cannabis industry has been good for the California Valley economy.
Team Joseph volunteers give tons of support to John Cornelius and his son Joseph, 23, who has cerebral palsy, so they could compete in the SLO Triathlon. The meet was held Sunday, July 23, 2017, starting and ending at Sinsheimer Park in San Luis Obispo.
Meet sea lions Georgia Marie and Fully Booked, who were found with symptoms of domoic acid toxicosis, which include disorientation and seizures. Georgia Marie was rescued July 13, 2017, at Oceano Dunes, and Fully Booked was rescued July 14 at Pismo State Beach.
At 94, Dr. Louis Tedone still makes fresh mozzarella every day - just the way he did for his parents' deli in Brooklyn when he was a teenager. "The sooner you eat it after its made, the better it is." His cheese is sold at DePalo & Sons in Shell Beach.
Dr. Louis "Lou" Tedone, San Luis Obispo's first pediatrician, is featured in a documentary called "Lives Well Lived: Celebrating the Secrets, Wit & Wisdom of Age." Tedone, 94, is known for the mozzarella he makes every morning. It's sold at DePalo & Sons in Shell Beach.