Hogg 4.02.2018

The teenage activist who is campaigning for stricter gun laws has been accepted at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. He was rejected by several UC schools, including UCLA, UC Santa Barbara, UC Irvine and others. David Hogg was accepted at only two universities in California…..Cal State San Marcos and Cal Poly. He wants to study…

Cliff Plunge 4.02.2018

California peace officers still trying to understand why a family of eight drove off a 100-foot cliff in northern California, killing two mothers, who were married, and their six adopted children. The family was being investigated by child protective services after neighbors said the children were hungry and were knocking on their doors looking for…

Protests At Town Hall Meetings 4.02.2018

Progressives are protesting at town hall meetings put on by the sheriff, meetings he does in the evenings to talk with residents about local issues. They protested the meeting last week in Santa Margarita, demanding the sheriff step down. That came after they shut down the supervisors’ meeting two weeks ago. There are rumors they’re…

Atascadero Planning Commission 4.02.2018

The Atascadero planning commission meets tomorrow night. They’ll discuss a lot split at 3450 Traffic Way and 3344 Chico road. Two lots into four parcels. They’ll also consider a request from People’s Self-Help Housing to build an 18-unit multi-family residential development at 7480 Santa Ysabel avenue. The planning commission meets at six tomorrow evening at…

Confederate Flag 4.02.2018

A progressive act of protest in Oceano over the weekend lands a Seattle resident in jail. 20-year-old Mitchell Davis allegedly set fire to a confederate flag attached to the rear of a pick up. The truck was parked in the parking lot of a restaurant at 649 Pier Avenue in Oceano. The victim told police…

Cal Fire 4.02.2018

Cal fire is looking to buy new fire fighting helicopters. The new black hawk helicopters would replace the Vietnam era Huey helicopters. The black hawk helicopters would allow firefighters to battle fires at night. The issue is the cost. They run about $24 million for each helicopter. That’s up from a low bid of $11.4…

Paso Robles City Council 4.02.2018

Paso Robles has a new police chief. Commander Ty Lewis will take over July 15th, when chief Robert Burton retires. Lewis will be confirmed at tomorrow night’s city council meeting. Lewis started with the Paso Robles police department in 2002. Previously, he worked in law enforcement in Porterville and Bakersfield. He was promoted to sergeant…