SLO County claims ‘obvious’ violations at DeVaul’s Sunny Acres

During an inspection of San Luis Obispo rancher Dan DeVaul’s property on Wednesday, code enforcers found obvious violations, a SLO County official said. Read More ...
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PG&E agrees to $5.9 million settlement over dumping of Diablo Canyon cooling water

PG&E reached a settlement with the Central Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board last month, requiring the utility to pay $5.9 million for allegedly failing to comply with regulations pertaining to how it discharges cooling water from Diablo Canyon Power Plant. Read More ...
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Paso Robles school board takes no action on proposed critical race theory ban

The Paso Robles Unified School District Board took no action Tuesday evening on a proposed resolution to ban teaching critical race theory in district schools. Read More ...
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SLOPD responded to eight calls about gunman during pandemic

In the lead-up to a reportedly mentally ill man shooting and killing a San Luis Obispo police detective and wounding another officer, police responded to eight 911 calls about the suspect. Read More ...
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Coronavirus cases in SLO County continue slow decline

The number of new COVID-19 cases in San Luis Obispo County fell from 1.6 to 1.4 per 100,000 residents during the past seven days, according to California Case statistics. State averages, however,...
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PG&E agrees to $5.9 million settlement over dumping of Diablo Canyon cooling water

PG&E reached a settlement with the Central Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board last month, requiring the utility to pay $5.9 million for allegedly failing to comply with regulations pertaining to how it discharges cooling water from Diablo Canyon Power Plant. Read More …