In Local Sports 2.16.2018

THE CIF PLAYOFFS ARE UNDERWAY. Tempelton girls beat La Mirada 53-22. The Eagles led 18-2 after the first quarter. Coach Sean Kaylor says the Eagles opened the playoffs in a good way. Up next for Templeton, La Quinta. That game to be played tomorrow night in La Quinta. In other girls basketball games. San Luis…

Assemblywoman Garcia 2.16.2018

More allegations against a democratic lawmaker in Sacramento. Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia is known for her strong support for women’s issues. She says that she’ll fully cooperate with an investigation into an allegation she groped a 25-year-old man who worked at the legislature. Daniel Fierro says that after a legislative softball game, Garcia squeezed his buttocks…

Inmate 2.16.2018

A former California inmate, imprisoned for a murder he did not commit, gets $2 million dollars from the state for spending 40 years in prison. 70-year-old Craig Coley was granted $140 for each day he spent in prison. He was pardoned by governor Jerry Brown after DNA evidence proved he did not murder his 24-year-old…

Goal Setting 2.16.2018

Do you have a vision for Paso Robles in the years ahead? Paso Robles city council will conduct a goal setting workshop from 9-3 tomorrow. City manager tom Frutchey would like your input. Again, the goal setting workshop for the city of Paso Robles will be held tomorrow, Saturday from 9-3 at the Paso Robles…

Water 2.16.2018

Another opportunity for you today to sign that initiative to stop the exportation of water from the north county.
Alan Duckworth will be gathering signatures today at Walmart in Paso Robles. He’ll be out front of Walmart from 10-4 today.

Drought 2.16.2018

You don’t have to be a weatherman to know that we’re experiencing drought conditions in San Luis Obispo county. The US drought monitor releasing a report yesterday that indicates severe dryness began spreading through the county. PG and E meteorologist John Lindsay cites rainfall at Cal Poly. Last year at this time, Cal Poly had…