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A motorcyclist was killed Thursday in the second fatal accident on Highway 46 West this week.
Lacey Fowler, a former Cuesta College human resources employee accused in a May 31 breach of sensitive employee data and a host of other crimes since failing to show up in court, has been arrested for the second time in a month.
A one-block stretch of Monterey Street in downtown San Luis Obispo has been evacuated because of a gas leak.
Chuck Liddell was awarded nearly $2 million Tuesday against an escrow company he says helped disgraced developer Kelly Gearhart defraud him.
CLOVIS — Morro Bay High’s Sierra Emrick was the lone San Luis Obispo County athlete to medal Saturday at the 97th CIF State Track and Field Championships at Veteran’s Memorial Stadium.
A grassroots movement started more than a year ago has resulted in San Luis Obispo becoming the first city in the county to ban Styrofoam.
San Luis Obispo police Chief Steve Gesell, who was placed on paid administrative leave May 8, will receive a severance of $120,000.
San Luis Obispo police Chief Steve Gesell was placed on paid administrative leave Friday, signaling a possible end to his more than three-year tenure with the city.
With Lois Capps no longer a contender, three candidates on Wednesday declared their intentions to run for the 24th District congressional seat in 2016 and speculation flared on who else might step forward.
Federal agents and SLO County sheriff’s deputies on Tuesday carried out pre-dawn raids on eight homes and made 12 arrests in connection with a suspected methamphetamine and heroin trafficking operation centered around one Nipomo family.