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Minivan hit and killed a man on Hwy. 101. Now CHP is asking for help finding the vehicle
The California Highway Patrol is asking for help finding the vehicle they believewas involved in a hit-and-run that killed a 22-year-old homeless manon Highway 101 in Paso Robles last week.Authorities are looking for a gold Toyota Sienna minivan with collision damage to the front, CHP Officer Pat Se
CHP releases description of vehicle in fatal hit-and-run
At approximately 5 a.m. on Oct. 11, Weatherly, 22, was attempting to walk or run across the Highway 101 when he was struck by an unknown vehicle that was driving southbound on the freeway. Weatherly’s last known residence was San Miguel, but he was believed to be homeless.
One home destroyed by early-morning fire in Heritage Ranch
When crews responded to the home, in the 2300 block of Little Creek Lane, they found that the structure was “fully involved,” in fire, Cal Firetweeted just before 2 a.m. Monday.No one was home at the time of the fire.
Mysterious graffiti initials left behind in multiple locations in Lompoc
Copyright © 2018 NPG of California, LLC. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.Mysterious graffiti initials were left behind in multiple locations in Lompoc. (Naja Hill/KCOY.com)
Driver sentenced to prison in Cuesta Grade DUI crash that killed teen girl
Following a two-week trial last month, a juryfound Gino Lopez of Arvin guilty of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated, as well as driving under the influence, driving with an alcohol content of 0.08 or higher, driving on a suspended license and leaving the scene of an accident causing inju
Hey, Bakersfield — looking for a job on the Central Coast? These hospitals are hiring
This includes registered nurses, certified nursing assistants, respiratory therapists, radiology techs, infection prevention specialists and pharmacy workers.
California’s rent-control ballot measure, explained
You’ve probably heard plenty of conflicting messages about the merits of this statewide ballot measure, Proposition 10. To help you make sense of this complex debate and what it could mean for landlords and the nearly 6 million renters in California, we lay out the basics: the law that the measure w
'Suspicious substance' at Grover Beach Elementary prompts students to shelter-in-place
Container found near dumpsters at school's campusGrover Beach Elementary School. (Credit: Five Cities Fire Authority)GROVER BEACH, Calif. - Authorities are investigating a "suspicious substance" found inside a container at Grover Beach Elementary School in Grover Beach.Officials say the container wa
Locals, visitors celebrate 88th annual Pioneer Day in Paso Robles
–Paso Robles Pioneer Day celebrated it’s 88th year this Saturday. The day featured a plethora of activities from costume contests, a community bean feed, Pioneer Day royalty, and of course the Pioneer Day parade, a community favorite.
Powerful Santa Ana Winds Wreak Havoc on Southern California’s Power Grid
Power outages affected more than 40,000 Southern California Edison customers Monday as strong Santa Ana winds gusted through Southland, according to the utility.
Northern California skydiver killed when parachute fails to deploy
ByAssociated Press|PUBLISHED:October 15, 2018 at 5:09 am| UPDATED:October 15, 2018 at 5:13 am
Essential California: A company owned by a congressman's in-laws comes under scrutiny - Los Angeles Times
William Wages, principal owner of Vortex Construction in Bakersfield, says he is one-eighth Cherokee Indian, which allowed him to win contracts set aside for minorities. Wages is the brother-in-law of House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy. (Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times)
Sen. Dianne Feinstein seeks sixth term: How her Washington virtues became California vulnerabilities
Never mind respect for elders. The thousands of West Virginians who packed an arena on the last Saturday night in September were having a fine time laughing at California’s 85-year-old senator, Dianne Feinstein.FILE – In this Oct. 31, 2017, file photo, U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., speaks du
16 things to do in SLO County on Saturday, Oct. 13
South County Youth Coalition & Nipomo Recreation 21st Annual Fun Run7:30 to 8:30 a.m., 9 a.m. to noonFunds raised from sponsors and participant fees go to scholarships for South County Youth. Nipomo Regional Park, 290 S. Pomeroy, Nipomo. $10 to $20. 805-474-3690.SWAP Elfin Forest Nature Walk8:30 to
Looking for some local scares? Here are the most haunted places in SLO County
Evie Ybarra, the Ventura-based author of “California’s Haunted Central Coast,” says the stories of hauntings are “the hidden history of many famous places and landmarks.”
Nipomo spa owner accused of running a brothel
After conducting a sting this week, San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s detectives discovered a Nipomo spa is doubling as a prostitution business, according to the sheriff’s department.[Cal Coast Times]
Specters from an ‘atrocious’ mass murder make up the ghostly history of the Central Coast
Reports of shadowy figures alongside rural roads on a foggy night, moaning or flashing lights inside or outside an old building, moving chairs and cold spots in the 200-year-old sala at Mission San Miguel are all a part of what I call the “Ghostly History of the Central Coast.”
CHP: Man victim of fatal hit-and-run Thursday
The man later identified as Nathaniel J. Weatherly, 22, died at the scene. Weatherly’s last known residence was San Miguel, but was believed to be homeless.
Deputies use of Naloxone helps save a life in Paso Robles
When deputies arrived on scene, shortly after Cal Fire personnel, who were already performing CPR on the person. Deputies recognized the possibility of an overdose and administered Naloxone while Cal Fire personnel continued CPR. The victim regained consciousness and was transported to a local hospi
Incumbent 24th District Congressman Salud Carbajal cites immigration, civil rights, jobs as top issues
Incumbent 24th District Congressman Salud Carbajal, a veteran in both politics and the military who sat on the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors for over a decade, is campaigning to keep his seat on a platform of working across the aisle for civil rights, immigration reform and job creation.