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James Victor Lypps of Morro Bay was ordered discharged from jail Friday after a judge ruled that there was not enough evidence to continue the murder case against him.
Paso Robles City Manager Jim App announced Wednesday that he will retire at the end of this year.
An employee in Cal Poly’s administration was diagnosed with bacterial meningitis, but SLO County’s public health officer doesn’t believe the illness has spread to others on campus.
Ted Lilly has been charged with three felonies related to insurance fraud. The former Major League Baseball player is a resident of Edna Valley in SLO County.
The Arroyo Grande Police Officers Association has filed a formal complaint and taken unanimous votes of no confidence in Arroyo Grande Mayor Tony Ferrara and City Manager Steve Adams over the handling of a July 3 incident at city hall.
Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday signed a bill allowing the creation of a water district in the depleted Paso Robles groundwater basin. Local Assemblyman Katcho Achadjian sponsored the legislation.
Pacific Gas and Electric Co. has completed a four-year assessment of the earthquake danger facing Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant and concluded that the plant can withstand an earthquake from any of the five faults near the plant.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has formally responded to safety concerns raised by a former senior resident inspector at Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant by concluding that there are no immediate seismic safety issues at the plant.
A fire broke out at the Morro Bay Power Plant on Thursday morning. A large plume of black smoke was visible in the area.
Tim Covello, the San Luis Obispo County District Attorney's Office's second-in-command, will step down from his post this week to accept a position at the Santa Barbara County District Attorney's Office.