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Man Arrested For Alleged Possession of Child Pornography


On January 6, 2015, Paso Robles Police Detectives received information from a reliable source that Steven Lindhorst of Paso Robles was in possession of child pornography on his personal computer. Detectives started an investigation and obtained a search warrant to analyze the contents of Lindhorst’s computer. With the assistance of the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office Crime Lab numerous ...

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Emergency Water Supply Project Has Begun Producing Potable Water


The Cambria Community Services District (CCSD) has announced that its Emergency Water Supply (EWS) project has begun producing potable water for CCSD customers. Production started shortly after 1 p.m. on Tuesday, January 20, less than a year after the CCSD Board initiated the design, engineering and construction of the EWS project. Treated water from the EWS is now being injected ...

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Four Veterans to Graduate from SLO County Veterans Treatment Court


On Monday January 26th in San Luis Obispo Superior Court Department 10 at 2pm, four veterans will be graduating San Luis Obispo County Veterans Treatment Court. This is the second group of veterans to complete the program since its inception in June of 2013 and will feature the courts first female graduate. The veterans have spent the last 12-18 months ...

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Franchisee Gives Up on Bringing McDonalds to Los Osos


The franchisee working to bring in a McDonalds restaurant into Los Osos has thrown in the towel. With much controversy the fast food giant in 2013 sought to occupy the long vacant Bank of America in Los Osos wanting to do a drive-thru. Opposition was strong but the Los Osos Community Advisory Board narrowly supported the project and the Board ...

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SLO Residents Heading to Oakland to Join March for Real Climate Leadership


Community members and students of San Luis Obispo residents concerned about the future of California communities will board buses on February 7 and head north to Governor Jerry Brown’s hometown, Oakland, to walk in the March for Real Climate Leadership. The members of SLO Clean Water Action and others will join thousands of people from all walks of life across California ...

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Military Veterans and Family Set to Enjoy Day of Kayaking


50 local military veterans and family members are set to enjoy a day of kayaking in Morro Bay on Saturday, January 24 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. as SLO County Veterans Outreach and Kayak Horizons (551 Embarcadero) collaborate to host this event designed to increase interest in seeking mental health services and improve outcomes for military personnel and veterans. ...

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Mike Bueno Takes Command of SLO CHP


On January 1, 2015, Captain Mike Bueno assumed command of the San Luis Obispo CHP Area.  Captain Bueno has worked at various CHP Areas all over the state for the past 20 years, including the San Luis Obispo CHP Area as an Officer from 1999 to 2006.   In 2006, Captain Bueno promoted to Sergeant and worked in the Monterey Area and ...

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Man Shot at While Leaving His home


Yesterday, at approximately 5:56am, Paso Robles Police Department officers were dispatched to the 800 block of Sycamore Canyon Road regarding reports of gun shots heard. Upon arrival, officers located a 34 year-old male resident of the neighborhood who reported he was assaulted by a Hispanic male. The victim told officers he was preparing to leave for work when he was ...

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Search and Rescue Saves a Horse From a Sink Hole


CAL FIRE/San Luis Obispo County Fire units and the San Luis Obispo County Urban Search & Rescue Team (USAR)   in rural Arroyo Grande extricated a horse that fell into a sink hole at the 900 block of Sunray Place late Tuesday morning.  The horse did not appear to be injured.  A veterinarian was at the scene.

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Progress in Fight Against Tobacco at Standstill


Progress in the fight against tobacco use is at a standstill in California and in most cities and counties in the Central Coast as advances in statewide and local tobacco control policies have stagnated. These were the findings of the American Lung Association State of Tobacco Control 2015 report released today. The State of Tobacco Control 2015 report tracks yearly ...

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