Jaime Umphenour, host

Sound Off – Wed 04/17/2019

Jaime Umphenour is the host of “Sound-Off”, the longest running talk show on the Central Coast. She brings to the show an eclectic range of guests from Authors to Artists, business owners to politicians, and everyone in between. Tune in to Sound Off every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.     Today’s guests: *Mike Sanders for…

In Sports 4.17.2019

The Paso Robles Bearcat baseball team lost to Righetti 8-4 yesterday at Barnhart Field. The teams play again Thursday in Santa Maria. The Paso Robles softball team played in a tournament in Clovis. Yesterday, they lost to Buchanon 19-2. Buchanon is ranked #9 in the country. Then, they beat Redwood of Visalia 6-2. Jaiden Ralston…

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Other Stories This Wednesday 4.17.2019

The CHP honors a California motorcycle cop who was killed by a drunk driver. A memorial held yesterday in Riverside. Among the hundreds who attended, governor Gavin Newsom. In Carpinteria, a 39-year-old man abandons his daughter for hours, leaving her in a parked car when police located him, he jumped in the ocean and swam…

Traffic Calming 4.17.2019

Another traffic calming workshop today in Atascadero. Today, however, the planning department staffers are moving outdoors. This afternoon at Farmer’s Market at the Sunken Gardens, they will be asking for people’s take on the proposal to change the Streetscape on El Camino Real in downtown Atascadero to calm traffic and improve pedestrian safety.

Paso Robles City Council 4.17.2019

Paso Robles Police Chief Ty Lewis told the city council Tuesday night, the department is understaffed by about 20 officers. Lewis told the council that response time averages 15 minutes per call, as a result. The council heard testimony from several citizens, including John Gannon, who complained about the theft and annoyance of homeless people…

Weather 4.17.2019

Spring has sprung in the north county. A few light showers yesterday, but we should enjoy sunny skies today with highs in the upper 70’s. Tomorrow, temperatures will reach the mid 80’s. Unfortunately, grass pollen is very high for the next few days. This has been a tough spring for allergies in the north county.…