Sound Off – Mon 06/10/2019

Dick Mason from KPRL News hosts “Sound Off” every Monday. Dick brings a diverse range of guests to talk about the issues that effect us most. Tune in to the longest running talk show on the Central Coast – now in its sixth decade. Sound Off guest: Dr. Gene Nelson, legal assistant for “Californians For…

In the NCAA Baseball Super Regionals 6.10.2019

UCLA lost to Michigan 4-2 yesterday in Los Angeles. The Bruins eliminated and Michigan moves on to the college world series. Earlier in the day, Mississippi state clobbered Stanford 8-1. So, the Cardinals also eliminated. Other teams advancing to Omaha: Texas Tech, Florida State, Louisville, and Vanderbilt. Two more teams still to be decided. One…

Austin Kaiser 6.10.2019

Former Greyhound golfer Austin Kaiser back in the north county to play a round of golf with his dad, before going to Pebble Beach to prepare for the US open. Kaiser is now a caddie for his college teammate, 25-year-old Xander Shouffele, who finished second at the Masters. Kaiser tells KPRL he has a lot…

Jamba Juice 6.10.2019

Jamba Juice is changing its name, and expanding it’s menu. The company that started as Juice Club in 1990 is dropping Juice from its name. It will also expand its menu to include bowls and Funze On-The-Go bites. Jamba is releasing a new logo. They’re opening a new store in Atascadero soon. It will be…

Fatal Stabbing 6.10.2019

Murder charges filed late last week against three people who stabbed a man to death in a gang-related attack in Santa Barbara. The charges relate to a fatal attack on Alberto Suarez Torres in the early morning hours on June first. The defendants are members of the westside criminal street gang. They drove into eastside…

Hepatitis A 6.10.2019

Three adults diagnosed with hepatitis A after a private catered event back on May 3rd. The county health department says it appears the cases are linked to a single common source. The health department is investigating these cases and contacting people who may have been exposed to the virus so they can get medical attention.…