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The Kingston Bay Senior Living complex can move forward, San Luis Obispo County supervisors ruled Tuesday, but must abide by added conditions on the 31-unit senior-living center in a hilly, residential neighborhood near the southern entrance to Cambria.
Maria Guadalupe Garcia of Anaheim was arrested Monday after a San Luis Obispo County sheriff’s deputy found 13 one-pound packages of methamphetamine floating in her vehicle's gas tank, according to the county Sheriff’s Office.
A man fell and broke both his legs about 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at Salmon Creek Falls, a popular hiking trail off Highway 1 about two miles north of the San Luis Obispo County line.
The body of Chad Henry Hebert, 37, was found floating in the ocean off Port San Luis on Wednesday morning, according to the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office.
San Luis Obispo City Council candidate John Spatafore has dropped out of the race, saying he did not want to splinter the vote.
An overturned semitrailer is blocking the northbound lanes of Highway 101 in Paso Robles, according to Officer Luke Hall with the CHP.
Owners Jack and Natalie Dorris announced the closure Wednesday, citing a failure to come to a lease agreement with David Weyrich, owner of The Carlton Hotel where the business has been located since November 2011.
Years of debate and code enforcement action over Dan De Vaul’s Sunny Acres property ended Tuesday in a legal settlement that allows the rancher to pursue plans to construct a sober-living facility for the homeless.
A section of northbound Highway 101 at Traffic Way in Arroyo Grande will be fully closed for two nights beginning Monday evening.
More than a dozen runners from San Luis Obispo County participated in Monday's Boston Marathon, but nearly all had finished before two explosions rocked the finish line.