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Ballot Counting Continues 11.06.2020

The ballot counting continues at the county elections office in San Luis Obispo. The office is now estimated nearly 47 thousand ballots remain to be counted. These are vote by mail ballots. That accounts for about 28% of the votes cast in this past election. Tommy Gong says he hopes to have the certified election…

Opener 11.06.2020

Gusty winds will bring a change in the weather into the north county today. NW winds today 20-30 miles per hour with gusts up to 40. Batten down the hatches. Tonight, we’ve got about a 50% chance of rain showers in the north county. Decreasing to 20% tomorrow. We’ll have more on the weather coming…

North County Weather 11.05.2020

Sunny skies, highs this afternoon in the upper 80’s. ENE winds 5-10 miles per hour. Clear skies overnight, lows near 50. Tomorrow, much cooler. Mostly sunny with highs in the mid 60’s. A slight chance of a rain shower. NNW winds 5-10 miles per hour. The extended forecast calls for cooler temperatures this weekend. Saturday,…

Tip-A-Cop 11.05.2020

Fundraising for non-profit groups seriously impacted by restriction imposed by state health officials in response to the coronavirus. It’s impacted scholarship nights for graduating students and all kinds of non profit agencies in our communities. Next week fundraising for Special Olympics returns with the annual Tip-a-Cop dinners. One Tip-a-Cop dinner will be held Monday evening…

Window Smasher Arrested 11.05.2020

A 32-year-old man arrested in connection with the windows being broken early Tuesday morning in downtown Paso Robles. The unidentified man arrested on suspicion of felony vandalism and violating probation. He was arrested late Tuesday night. The Paso Robles police took reports of rocks thrown through windows at three businesses on Spring street. And another…

Jordan Cunningham 11.05.2020

One local race which looked decided now appears to be up in the air. As off mid-day yesterday, assemblyman Jordan Cunningham had a 4% lead over challenger Dawn Addis. Cunningham with 51% of the vote. Dawn Addis with 49%. It’s unlikely that the tally in that race will change, but with 11 thousand votes remaining…

Opening Monologue on Elections 11.05.2020

The ballot counting continues at the county elections office in San Luis Obispo. The question is, how many ballots remain to be counted? As of midnight on Tuesday night, county elections counted about 118 thousand ballots. The ballots that remain to be tallied include vote-by-mail ballots that were received Tuesday, and those that were postmarked…

Paso Robles City Council 11.04.2020

Paso Robles city council held a virtual meeting Tuesday night. Fire chief Jonathon Stornetta provided an update on the Covid-19. He says San Luis Obispo county remains in the second tier. The red tier. The county will remain there until at least November 10th. And finally, at the conclusion of the meeting, mayor Steve Martin…

Vandalism in Paso Robles 11.04.2020

Vandalism early yesterday morning in Paso Robles. Four businesses had windows smashed sometime overnight. Those impacted were on the 400, 1200, 1700 and 1900 blocks of spring street. Large windows were smashed by vandals sometime overnight. Anyone with information is urged to contact the Paso Robles police department.