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Fifteen people have been arrested and more than 40 weapons and two pounds of heroin seized as part of the largest drug ring takedown in the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office's recent history.
Betty Fiscalini, 86, who helped shape environmental protection for the area she loved, died at her Cambria ranch home Tuesday afternoon. She was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in September.
Two lawsuits were filed late Monday challenging a county emergency ordinance that limits pumping from the Paso Robles groundwater basin.
A shooting at a San Luis Obispo home Thursday night that injured 22-year-old Geoffrey Hyde may have been the result of a drug transaction gone bad, according to police.
Highway 1 will close for three nights to allow work on a bridge and tunnel structure south of Lucia, about 21 miles north of the San Luis Obispo-Monterey county line, Caltrans has announced.
A Heritage Ranch man suspected of robbing the Rabobank branch in Cambria at gunpoint on Nov. 7 was arrested Wednesday afternoon, according to San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Tony Cipolla.
Arthur McClay Watkins of Arroyo Grande allegedly robbed a Santa Maria Bank on Saturday, and when he dropped the money, a stranger picked it up and ran away.
Jeanette Montes, 19, of Paso Robles was killed Monday in a car accident on northbound Highway 101 in Paso Robles. She was a hard-working "girly girl" who wanted to go to cosmetology school, a friend said.
A 19-year-old woman from Paso Robles was killed Monday afternoon after an SUV rolled several times, then caught on fire. The crash took place around 4:08 p.m. on northbound Highway 101 in Paso Robles.
The Morro Bay Power Plant, which became a fixture of the city’s landscape and a major contributor to the city budget 60 years ago, will be retired around February, a spokesperson for the plant’s owner confirmed Friday.