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However, Amtrak canceled service between Los Angeles and San Luis Obispo , and said the shutdown could result in further delays and cancellations. Mandatory evacuations were updated to include areas of Highway 192 and Highway 150, Casitas Pass Road and.

Naked, filthy and strapped to a chair for 46 hours: a mentally ill inmate's last days
physical abuse of inmates and poor mental health treatment. Holland’s death was one of three in nine months at the San Luis Obispo jail, including one inmate who slashed his arm with a razor blade. County grand jurors reviewing jail practices said they.

Having sex in SLO County? You should know these STDs are on the rise - The San Luis Obispo Tribune
Chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis cases have increased in California and nationwide in recent years, and San Luis Obispo County is no exception. There were 1,146 new cases of chlamydia — the most common sexually transmitted disease that's tracked.

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New Times is the Central Coast's award-winning weekly with a circulation of 37,000 papers weekly throughout San Luis Obispo County and northern Santa Barbara County to more than 114,700 residents, visitors, and college students. With controlled.

Atascadero PD disputes racism allegations - New Times SLO
According to his lawsuit, Bell had traveled to SLO County with his wife and two children on Oct. 21, 2016, to spend a day at the beach. On their way back home, Bell stopped in the Atascadero Police Department's parking lot to stretch his legs and smoke.

SLO Food Bank shut down for food quality issues
The California Department of Public Health ... food safety and for operating without a valid processed food registration permit. [Cal Coast Times] On Nov. 27, a state investigator inspected the SLO Food Bank’s facility on Kendall Road in San Luis Obispo.

The best little dive bar in San Luis Obispo County
For many, leaving a Michelin three-star restaurant in ... Central Coasting column for SFGate. E-mail: [email protected] The insiders’ guide Daniel and Erin Green’s tips for top-shelf experiences in San Luis Obispo County.

Editorial Roundup: Recent editorials in Oklahoma newspapers - The San Luis Obispo Tribune
In mid-November, the spokesman said the Office of Management and Enterprise Services, which conducted the search, had turned the emails over to the Health Department for final review . Last week came news that the agency wanted its legal staff to.

Dungeness crab season begins in the Bay Area - San Francisco Chronicle
Regardless of the weather, the on-time opening of the commercial crab fishery was good news to the local industry after the California Department of Public Health gave local crab an all-clear last week. The department conducts safety tests on Dungeness.

Supervisors tackle jail death at emotional meeting - New Times SLO
A standing-room-only crowd gathered Aug. 22 to hear a lengthy presentation about the county jail's mental health needs in the wake of a mentally ill inmate's death in January. The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors heard from Sheriff Ian.

Cayucos Fire Department doesn't have a chief - New Times SLO
In July, the district voted to submit an application of dissolution to Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) and to give the department to the county. This decision came after the district could no longer fund its department , which was run with.

Pharmacy chain in SLO says it will limit opioid prescriptions - The San Luis Obispo Tribune
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Six sexual assaults reported to Cal Poly - New Times SLO
Cal Poly Spokesman Matt Lazier told New Times that the university was prohibited from discussing Title IX investigations and declined to comment on additional details in the Mustang News story. University officials and San Luis Obispo law enforcement.

Removal process of feral hogs in New Mexico continues - The San Luis Obispo Tribune
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is nearing the end of an eradication program targeting feral hogs that have been rooting up New Mexico and other parts of the country. The program is set to end in September 2018 and more funding will be needed to.

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