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Warming Station 11.07.2018

Tonight, ‘Paso Cares’ warming station will open for the first time this winter season. The warming station will remain open through Saturday night. They will continue to check the weather regularly, and based on long-term forecasts, may be open through the end of November. The next decision on opening will be made tomorrow. This will…

Prescribed Burn 11.07.2018

A prescribed burn today at Camp Roberts. The burn will take place on the south end of the national guard base, about four miles west of San Miguel. The burn will clear about 191 acres of grasslands to reduce the risk of wildfires during troop training exercises at the army base. If it’s windy, the…

Election 11.07.2018

The city of Atascadero has a new mayor. Heather Moreno elected mayor yesterday. For city council Heather Newsom and Susan Funk elected to the council. For Atascadero school board, incumbents Donn Clickard, Tami Gunther, Ray Buban and George Shoemaker reelected. Congressman Salud Carbajal reelected over Justin Fareed. Proposition six was defeated. That was the initiative…

Egyptology 11.06.2018

Egypt says archaeologists working at a dig in Cairo have found several fragments of stone slabs with inscriptions dating back up to 4,000 years. The antiquities ministry says that the artifacts are the latest finds in eastern Cairo‚Äôs Matariya neighborhood. Some of the fragments date back to the 12th and the 20th dynasties and the…

Leaving California 11.06.2018

About 130 thousand more people left California for other states, than moved in to the state. That’s according to the California Department of Finance. Overall, the state’s population continued to grow because of legal and illegal immigration. The legal influx is about 185 thousand. Also more people are born in the state than died. That…

Twin Cities Hospital 11.06.2018

A man who worked briefly at Twin Cities community hospital is charged with killing his wife in Florida. William Gamba was hired in August to be chief nursing officer. He no longer works for Twin Cities. He is the defendant in a civil case filed by his mother-in-law. The lawsuit charges Gamba with pulling his…