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Famous pool at California's Hearst Castle being filled again
FILE - In this Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2018, file photo the Neptune Pool at Hearst Castle in San Simeon, Calif., is filled with water. State parks officials said Tuesday that they have begun to refill the... more
Paso Robles police sergeant under investigation for sexual assault, DA confirms
Officials have not released details of those allegations, but on Wednesday, Sheriff’s Office spokesman Tony Cipolla said the results of the agency’s at least three-month investigation into McGuire has been completed and forwarded to the District Attorney’s Office for review and possible prosecution.
Business awakened like a ‘sleeping giant’ following reopening of Hwy. 1 near Big Sur
Those sentiments shared by Wiley Ramey, whose family has owned and operated Ragged Point Inn resort since 1961, are shared by a number of business owners now that the world-renowned stretch of highway that hugs cliffs and curves along the Big Sur coastline is once again open after 18 months of closu
Hearst family chipping in to help victims of Northern California’s Carr Fire
A neighbor is chipping in to help victims of the deadly Carr Fire west of Redding: The Hearst Corp. and Hearst family, partnering with a Northern California foundation, will contribute $120,000.People around the world know a lot about Hearst Castle, a former Hearst estate that’s now a state historic
Felony charges dropped against Los Osos woman accused of trying to take boy from SLO Target
Rosmary Osorio-Loaiza✓, 50, turned herself in to police after she was allegedly seen on store surveillance cameratrying to take a child by the hand out of the storeon April 18. The boy was not harmed, and Osorio-Loaiza left the store without incident after the child’s parent confronted her.
Hearst Castle Neptune Pool back to its former glory
Construction crews replaced all of the marble tiles and 1,500 feet of underground piping, changing it from galvanized to PVC piping.
Fifteen recruits graduate from Hancock College law enforcement academy
The graduation marked the conclusion of 834 hours of training over the course of 21 weeks for the cadets, who completed the California Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) curriculum. The class was the 115th for the Hancock academy, but the first to complete the course over the summer.
At Paso’s new ‘resort-like’ apartment complex, rent starts at $1,700 a month
A new luxury apartment complex in Paso Robles will bring more than 140 townhomes and apartments to the east side of town.Construction onBlue Oak, a 142-unit complexlocated on 12 acres of land on Experimental Station Road, is nearly complete. But living in the community won’t come cheap — rents range
Juicy tomatoes and peaches star in these great summer recipes
Celebrate summer at the Cambria Farmer’s Market Friday afternoons from 2:30 to 5:30 in the Veterans’ Hall parking lot. Produce great meals with your bounty.Blushing peaches and juicy red tomatoes star in two of my treasured summer recipes. Adapted from the slim volume, “Tomatoes” by Miriam Rubin, “T
3.5 Magnitude earthquake strikes 17 miles southwest of Coalinga
A 3.5 Magnitude earthquake hit near Parkfield, California on Tuesday afternoon, according to the United States Geological Survey.
PG&E reminds customers they may shut off power in extreme fire danger
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San Luis Obispo Police to step up enforcement for distracted drivers
Using an electronic device while driving is a serious safety problem. Most drivers know that texting while driving is a dangerous behavior, but many still use their cell phones and other mobile devices when they are behind the wheel, putting themselves and others at risk. Many drivers see distracted
Rescuers save swimmer in distress off Cayucos
Cayucos Fire Department, Cal Fire, Morro Bay Harbor Patrol, San Luis Obispo County Sheriff and San Luis Obispo Urban Search and Rescue Team all responded to the call at 10th Street and Pacific Avenue.
Are you guilty of ‘wishcycling’? Here are 10 things that don’t belong in your recycling bin
Recycling contamination is a growing problem that is often a result of “wishcycling” or “feel-good recycling,” when people put things in the blue bin that does not belong there, such as pizza boxes or plastic bags, because they believe or hope it can be recycled.
Workers clear escape routes as SLO County braces for wildfire
Imagine receiving an urgent order to evacuate your home during a wildfire.Flames burn on the side of a single access road, and fire engines are trying to get in as your neighbors are trying to get out.“It’s confusing, it’s highly emotional, people aren’t always thinking and maybe they’re driving too
Willie Nelson serenades a full house at Vina Robles
Nelson delighted crowds with classic hits such as “Whiskey for my Men, Beer for my Horses,” Roll me up and Smoke me When I die,” and, “If You Got The Money, I’ve got the Time,” encouraging the audience to sing along.
Hearst Castle's Neptune Pool being filled again
Crews drained the 80-year-old Neptune Pool in 2014, first because of the drought, then for repairs.
School starts in Cambria next week. Here’s what you need to know
Remember when school started on the day after Labor Day? No more.Be alert, motorists and family members! Students at Cambria schools head back to their respective campuses Wednesday, Aug. 22, to start the 2018-2019 school year.Safety officials remind drivers to be extra aware when going through scho
Naturalist program in Cambria perfect for those with an interest in California nature
Many people in SLO County are familiar with theMaster Gardener Program. It is offered through UC Extension and is a comprehensive introduction to gardening and ecosystem dynamics.Master Naturalist Programs are similar to the Master Gardener Program. Master Naturalists are trained to be stewards of t
Famous words and music of composers Kander and Ebb featured at Cambria Center for the Arts
“Cabaret,” “Chicago,” “Kiss of the Spiderwoman,” “New York, New York” — the famous words and music of composers Kander and Ebb will be featured one more weekend at the Cambria Center for the Arts Theater.