Kidnapper 4.26.2018

A 50-year-old woman accused of trying to kidnap a child from the Target store in San Luis Obispo last week pleads not guilty. Rosmary Osorio Loaiza is a Colombian citizen, married to a local US citizen. She faces charges of attempted kidnapping and false imprisonment. She appeared in court yesterday accompanied by a translator and…

Brew At The Zoo 4.26.2018

Brew at the Zoo returns Saturday night to the Charles Paddock Zoo. Tickets for Brew at the Zoo are on sale now. If you buy them now, you save $5. The event usually sells out, so if you want to attend Brew at the Zoo this Saturday night, you’re encouraged to get your tickets today.

Rossi Milk Bottle 4.26.2018

The Templeton historical society paying tribute to the Rossi family after dedicating the 12-foot crescent dairy milk bottle firmly planted in front of the Templeton history center. Steve Rossi of Atascadero calls it a great honor for the family. That 14-foot milk bottle stood on a hill next to El Camino Real, and later 101,…

Gavin Newsom 4.24.2018

Gavin Newsom met with supporters yesterday in San Luis Obispo Newsom slammed the president calling his leadership, “temporary insanity.” Newsom says he supports increasing housing in the state by 3.5 million units by 2025 to reduce the cost of housing. He says he also supports a single payer health program. The Lt. Governor says he…

Jaime Umphenour, host

Sound Off – Wed 4/25/2018

Jaime Umphenour is the host of “Sound-Off”, the longest running talk show on the Central Coast now in its sixth decade. 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.

In Sports 4.25.2018

The Paso Robles softball team lost to San Luis Obsipo 5-1. The girls play at Pioneer Valley this afternoon. The Paso Robles baseball team beat Righetti 11-4. The baseball team at home against Righetti at 4:30 The Atascadero softball team beat Righetti 14-0. The softball team at home against Mission Prep at 4:30. The Atascadero…

Gun Deaths 4.25.2018

Gun deaths are down in California over the past 16 years. The reason, a drop in gang violence, and the decline in homicide rates among black and Hispanic men. Those are the findings of researchers at the UC Davis. Their finding published in the may issue of the journal Annals of Epidemiology. They reviewed more…