Posted 11:48 PM 5/24/2013 by Ed Zuchelli, KSBY News
A man in a vehicle with an improvised explosive device hit a barricade at Vandenberg Air Force Base around 6 PM Friday night.
Law enforcement officials say the man smelled of marijuana and told base security he had an improvised explosive device on his vehicle.
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Posted 9:47 PM 5/24/2013 by Ed Zuchelli, KSBY News
Five homes were threatened by a vegetation fire in San Luis Obispo Friday. It happened in the 4500 block of Spanish Oaks Drive around 1 PM.
Cal Fire says the fire was accidentally started by a 12 year-old boy who was playing with a lighter in dry vegetation. The (More)
Posted 7:27 PM 5/24/2013 by Bill Halter
Santa Ynez missed out on some opportunities with runner's in scoring position and only managed to get across one run in a 3-1 loss to Citrus Valley in the CIF Division-5 Quarterfinals. The loss ends the Pirates season at 19-10.
Posted 6:21 PM 5/24/2013 by Olivia DeGenarro and Katherine Worsham, KSBY News
As we continue our countdown of the top 60 local stories of the past 60 years, we look at the creation of a Central Coast landmark, a Christmas Day tragedy, and the clean-up of a toxic waste dump.
At number 45, more than 10,000 companies and government agencies dumped about 5.6 billion pounds (More)
Posted 5:59 PM 5/24/2013 by Katie Ferber, KSBY News
Some student artists are showing off their skills at Righetti High School to help fight cancer.
Friday they showed their stuff at the annual chalk and art festival. The art show and fundraiser helps the students raise money for their Relay for Life event.
Art teacher Autumn Jennings (More)
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Posted 5:34 PM 5/24/2013 by Cameron Polom, KSBY News
According to a report by the Century Foundation, 81% of new students at community colleges say they want to transfer to a four year university but only 12% do so within six years.
KSBY spoke to a student who overcame those odds and is graduating today.
Elida Gonzalez knows first hand (More)
Posted 5:14 PM 5/24/2013 by Keli Moore, KSBY News
AAA expects 31.2 million Americans to hit the road this Memorial Day weekend, and you might see more RVs on the roads because sales are up from last year.Pismo Coast Village and RV Resort is at capacity. In fact, all 400 sites are booked for the weekend.
For Robert (More)
Posted 5:03 PM 5/24/2013 by Connie Tran, KSBY News
The San Luis Obispo Blues baseball team kicks off opening night on Friday.
The team is made up of only collegiate players. They recruit from all over the country.
Those athletes often need a place to stay for the summer and that's when local families step in.
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Posted 4:07 PM 5/24/2013 by KSBY Staff
The man arrested outside of a Heritage Oaks Bank in San Luis Obispo with a cache of weapons and restraints is going to prison.
Turner Newman was sentenced to five years in prison this week.
On March 13th, Newman was found with loaded guns, ammunition, a machete, and restraints in his (More)
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Posted 3:39 PM 5/24/2013 by KSBY Staff
A diverse group of nearly 700 Cuesta College students are graduating on Friday.
The commencement includes students who have completed their requirements from fall and spring semesters and those who will be finished this summer.
"Feeling great," said nursing graduate Jarrod Macha. "It's (More)
Posted 3:00 PM 5/24/2013 by Katherine Worsham, KSBY News
Pismo Beach Police have identified the woman hit and killed by a train on Wednesday as Veronica Clancy, 59.
Police say she has no permanent address, but frequents the Five Cities area.
Police say Clancy was killed Wednesday night when she was trying to cross the tracks and was struck by a freight train in the area of Frady Lane and the Highway 101 overpass.
Posted 12:48 PM 5/24/2013 by Katie Ferber, KSBY News
Paso Robles police say two men are in jail for drug possession.
Police say Dylan Bice and Afeek Haviv were seen acting suspiciously by two special enforcement team detectives in the Target shopping center parking lot on Theater Drive on Thursday.
Detectives say they were involved in a hand-to-hand drug transfer of heroin and hypodermic needles.
They were arrested for felony possession of a controlled substance and other drug paraphernalia.
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