In Sports 6.26.2018

The college world series championship will try again today in Omaha. Inclement weather postponed yesterday’s opening game in the best of three series between Oregon State and Arkansas. Game one of the best of three games is at four this afternoon our time.

Median Home Price 6.26.2018

The cost of a home in California went up again. The California Association of Realtors reporting that the median price for a single-family home in California topped $6-hundred thousand dollars for the first time. In San Luis Obispo county, the median price for a home is now 638 thousand dollars. That’s a 12% increase over…

Fire This Morning in San Luis 6.26.2018

Homeless transients start a brush fire early this morning in San Luis Obispo. San Luis Obispo city fire responded to a vegetation fire behind the Courtyard Marriott in San Luis at approximately 1:45 this morning. Officials say one homeless man was trying to transfer propane from one bottle to another larger bottle when a vapor…

Missing Shoe 6.26.2018

The owner of a missing shoe found in Creston steps forward and provides sheriff’s deputies with its matching mate. Sheriff’s deputies sought the owner of the shoe discovered back on May 5th, hoping it might be a clue leading to the location of Nancy Woodrum, who disappeared May 4th from her home on El Pharo…

Escape From County Jail 6.26.2018

A Paso Robles man who walked away from the county honor farm faces years in jail. 20-year-old Timothy Powers is charged with walking away from the county jail facility. He was allegedly aided in his escape by 24-year-old Claudia Penaloza of San Simeon. While she was out of jail on a promise to appear in…

Locklear 6.26.2018

Heather Locklear was arrested Sunday in connection with an incident during which she punched a police officer and kicked an EMT. Police were called to her home after she became enraged with family and friends. Authorities report the 56-year-old TV star was heavily intoxicated. She punched a cop who tried to intervene in the dispute.…

State Legislators 6.26.2018

In the past few years, the state of California has paid out millions of dollars to women who accused legislators of sexual harassment and misconduct. Yesterday, a panel of lawmakers approves a new sexual misconduct policy that will ask outside experts to substantiate claims and recommend discipline. Lawmakers, however, will still have the ultimate say…