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Sheriff’s Detectives Search for Potentially Armed Suspect

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Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Detectives and Santa Maria Police Department Officers are searching for a suspect who may be armed in the Santa Maria area.  The suspect, 29-year-old Daniel Arbayo Gil, is a documented gang member who fled from Sheriff’s Detectives February 11, when they arrived around 5 p.m. to serve a search warrant at his residence located in the ... Read More »

Dr. Julian Crocker’s Education Report

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Thanks to Gaye Galvan for 17 Years of Service on Cuesta College Board.  I want to recognize Mrs. Gaye Galvan who is resigning from the Cuesta Community College Board of Trustees for health reasons after 17 years of service. She has represented, Atascadero, Templeton, Santa Margarita and portions of San Luis Obispo, including Cal Poly. Mrs. Galvan is also on ... Read More »

Cuesta College Accreditation Reaffirmed

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On January 10, 2014, the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC), the regional accrediting agency that evaluates two-year colleges in California, took action to remove Cuesta College from warning status and reaffirm its accreditation. In a letter from ACCJC President Barbara A. Beno, the Commission affirms that Cuesta College has provided evidence that it is now in full ... Read More »

Suicide in Avila Beach

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On February 9, San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Deputies were called to a report of suspicious circumstances in the area of San Miguel Street and Avila Beach Drive in Avila Beach. Deputies located a woman who had died as the result of a suicide. The woman has been identified as 41-year-old Maria De La Cruz Albarran Uribe of Nipomo. She ... Read More »

Diablo Canyon Power Plant Unit 1 Under Maintenance

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Operators at Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s Diablo Canyon Power Plant safely took Unit 1 offline on Sunday, Feb. 9, as part of a scheduled refueling and maintenance outage. During the planned outage full-time and contract workers will replace a portion of the reactor fuel, perform maintenance, and test plant systems and components that are not readily accessible during normal ... Read More »

Fatal Vehicle and Pedestrian Collision

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On February 8, at approximately 4:53 AM officers responded to a vehicle vs. pedestrian collision in the 4300 block of South Higuera. The driver of the vehicle John Hooper, of Arroyo Grande was S/B on Higuera from Los Osos Valley Road and struck the pedestrian Kent Boswell, of San Luis Obispo, who was in the roadway. Officers arrived on scene ... Read More »

Shooting Victim Identified

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The Coroner's Unit of the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Office has identified the victim of a shooting incident on 2-7-14 in the 700 block of Klau Mine Road in rural Paso Robles. The man has been identified as 47-year-old Billy Don Law of rural Paso Robles. An autopsy is scheduled for next week. John Steven Danner, 23, of rural ... Read More »

Groundbreaking Ceremony for New Women’s Jail

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Last week, the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Office held a groundbreaking ceremony at the site of the planned Women's Jail. Sheriff Ian Parkinson along with County Supervisors and other local and state dignitaries broke ground on the 40 million dollar structure. The new 46,000 square foot facility will include a women's housing unit consisting of 198 beds and space ... Read More »

PG&E’s Diablo Canyon Power Plant Returned to Service

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Pacific Gas and Electric Company's Diablo Canyon Power Plant Unit 2 returned to service and began providing electricity to the state’s power grid on Feb. 8, 2014. The unit safely went off line on Feb. 2 after an electrical disturbance resulting from a flashover on a lightning arrestor on the non-nuclear side of the plant. A flashover is an unintended ... Read More »

Lady Gaga to Shoot Video at Hearst Castle

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Lady Gaga will be shooting a video at Hearst Castle and while doing it wants the Neptune Pool which is empty to be filled up again during the drought, causing a few eyebrows to be raised. So she has agreed to shoot a drought commercial along with paying the Hearst Foundation $250,000 plus pay the castle’s standard $22,100 special event ... Read More »

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