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Court Ruling On Pot 10.17.2018

The San Francisco superior court ruled Monday that when suspects are released from the city jail, they are entitled to get back in their possession marijuana which they legally obtained. That’s along with keys, money and other property confiscated from them when they are arrested and detained. The court ruling that police, judges and law…

Best Wines 10.17.2018

Wine and Spirits Magazine out with the top 100 wines of the world in 2018. Two of them are from the Paso Robles area. Kukkula’s 2015 Adelaida District Aatto named one of the wine and spirits best Rhone Red Blends. Remarkably, it sells for $40. Tablas Creek Vineyard honored on the list of best Rose’s…

Parking Pilot Program 10.17.2018

The Paso Robles city council unanimously approves a city wide parking ordinance, and an employee parking permit pilot program. City manager Tom Frutchey explaining that the plans for the employee parking permit pilot program were being worked out this week by the stakeholders and consultant Julie Dixon. Paso Robles launching an employee parking permit pilot…

In Sports 10.16.2018

Girls volleyball resumes tonight for north county teams. The Templeton girls travel to San Luis to take on Mission Prep at six this evening. The Eagles are 7-3 in conference. 11-5 overall. The Paso Robles Bearcats host San Luis Obispo at six tonight at Gil Asa gym. The Bearcats are 3-7 in conference. 5-17 overall.…

Antonin Scalia 10.16.2018

The son of one of the most revered conservative judges on the US supreme court spoke yesterday to the Republican Women’s Federation of Paso Robles. Chris Scalia is the son of the late judge Antonin Scalia. In 1986, president Ronald Reagan appointed Scalia to the supreme court. He was described as the intellectual anchor for…

Gino Lopez 10.16.2018

A San Luis judge sentences 23-year-old Gino Lopez to 13 years in prison for causing a crash that killed a Wasco teenager on the Cuesta grade. Lopez was found guilty of vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated. He was also charged with driving under the influence, driving on a suspended license and leaving the scene of an…

Hit and Run 10.16.2018

The CHP is asking for your help in finding a vehicle that may have struck and killed a homeless man last week in Paso Robles, then took off without checking on the man’s condition or contacting the CHP. The vehicle is described as a gold Toyota Sienna minivan with damage to the front of the…