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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.
Stephanie Brummond, the Atascadero woman last seen Thursday, has been found unharmed in the city of San Luis Obispo, according to Atascadero police.
Family members of Stephanie Brummond, 58, said Monday morning that Brummond has been missing since she was released Thursday evening from county Mental Health Services in San Luis Obispo.
Kenneth Kirtley, 63, of Los Osos has been identified as the motorcyclist killed in Cayucos on Wednesday.
Jackson Garland, 18, of Los Osos has been identified as the teenager killed Wednesday on South Bay Boulevard in Los Osos. Alexander Gonzales, 22, of Paso Robles was arrested on suspicion of felony DUI and manslaughter.
A 19-year-old man from Los Osos was killed Wednesday afternoon on South Bay Boulevard when he was hit head-on by another car driving in the wrong lane, according to the CHP.