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  • Honest Deputy finds ten thousand dollars, returns it to owner

    January 28, 2010 1:34 AM

    A local sheriff's deputy makes a rare find while ordering a cup of coffee. It happened Tuesday morning, at Coffee Mojo on the 7,000 block of Hollister avenue in Goleta. That's where deputy Tony Kouremetis stepped on some dough while ordering his joe. When he looked down he saw a... more »
  • New state guidelines for convicts means less jail time

    January 26, 2010 9:36 PM

    New state guidelines are giving inmates, what some people say, is a get out of jail free card. The new guidelines give inmates more credit for good behavior. Just this week 22 inmates in the Santa Barbara County Jail have been released early. Another ten were freed early from... more »
  • Councilman Ed Arnold enters plea on assault charges

    January 25, 2010 8:51 PM

    Ed Arnold appeared in court today for the first time since being charged with domestic violence. The 44 year-old couldn't avoid media attention as he stepped up to answer to the charges filed against him by a 28-year-old woman. The unidentified woman at the center of this case says the... more »
  • Councilman Arnold enters plea on assault charges

    January 25, 2010 2:19 PM

    Embattled Arroyo Grande City Councilman, Ed Arnold, appeared in court today for the first time since his arrest in December for domestic violence and assault charges. Arnold was arraigned on charges of assault with a deadly weapon, domestic violence, felony burglary and making criminal threats. He pleaded not guilty... more »
  • Rain adds to local reservoirs

    January 22, 2010 9:25 PM

    The recent rains have given local reservoirs a much needed boost. And thanks to this week's storms, the amount of water in Lake Nacimiento has nearly doubled. It went from 16 percent capacity a week ago up to 31 percent today. Santa Margarita Lake is now at 71 percent capacity... more »
  • Waterlogged: Los Osos

    January 21, 2010 8:31 PM

    Waterlogged residents in Los Osos have been hit hard by the wet weather. The annoying noise of a street pump is actually a sweet sound to people who live along the flooded streets of Los Osos. Resident, Sherri Ross says, "The pump is our live saver. When it starts raining... more »
  • Constant rain keeps roofers busy

    January 21, 2010 7:31 PM

    The wild weather is keeping roofing companies busy. One company, based out of San Luis Obispo says since the rain started, more than four-hundred calls have come in from customers with leaks. Workers say, once water enters your home it can only mean trouble. Los Osos Community Services District General... more »
  • Rain keeps roofers busy

    January 21, 2010 1:04 PM

    The constant wet and windy weather wreaks havoc on roof tops across the central coast. Come along with KSBY as we tag along with a roof repair company. Check back with KSBY throughout the day and be sure to watch KSBY News at 5 and 6 for a full... more »
  • All eyes on the Santa Maria levee during the wild weather

    January 21, 2010 1:46 AM

    When we see the amount of rain that we've seen over the last several days, the thoughts of everyone in Santa Maria turn to one thing, the levee and how it's holding up. Santa Maria resident, Nora Gatewood says,"It's usually dry. But, now it's like I say, flowing like a... more »
  • Rain pushes homeless shelters to capacity

    January 19, 2010 2:37 PM

    Local homeless shelters are pushed to their capacity as hundreds of people come in from the rain. Several shelters are in need of donations and volunteers to help out with added demand. Be sure to check back with KSBY.com and watch KSBY News to learn what you can do... more »
  • Arroyo Grande city councilman faces judge in restraining order hearing

    January 14, 2010 1:07 PM

    Ed Arnold, the Arroyo Grande city councilman who hasn't been seen or heard from since his wife and another woman filed a restraining order against him, is set to appear in court for the first time today. Arnold was arrested last month on domestic violence charges. Since then, two restraining... more »
  • Cal Poly student with ties to Haiti speaks out about quake

    January 13, 2010 8:54 PM

    A Cal Poly student with close ties to Haiti talks to KSBY News about his family, his hometown and his hope for his country. Alcenat Honorat has been in this country for about five years. He has two sisters who live in Haiti. He hasn't heard from them since the... more »
  • Sewer spill in San Luis Obispo prompts warning in Avila Beach

    January 12, 2010 9:23 PM

    One thousand gallons of raw sewage spill in San Luis Obispo. The Public Health Department says the sewage was discovered early this morning, coming out of a manhole on California Boulevard. The spill was caused by a blocked sewer line on California Boulevard. But, the effects of that blockage can... more »
  • Sewer spill in San Luis Obispo prompts health advisory in Avila Beach

    January 12, 2010 6:14 PM

    A thousand gallons of raw sewage spills in San Luis Obispo County, forcing officials to post health advisories warning residents of the danger. The spill was reported at 1:00 A.M., Tuesday morning. Officials say, sewage was coming up out of a manhole on California Boulevard, in San Luis Obispo. The... more »
  • Big waves to hit Central Coast

    January 11, 2010 7:53 PM

    The high surf advisory that was issued today has been canceled but, don't let that fool you. The swell is only expected to get bigger as we get into the week and it starts tomorrow. Right now, the waves are between 7 and 9 feet high. Tomorrow the waves are... more »
  • New charter school may open in Santa Maria

    January 8, 2010 8:37 PM

    A local group takes the first steps to start a charter school in the Santa Maria Valley. A teacher is spear-heading the movement. At the moment the school doesn't have an approved charter or a location. A petition has been filed with the Santa Maria Bonita School District. Just about... more »
  • Congresswoman Lois Capps visits Santa Maria

    January 7, 2010 8:11 PM

    Local Congresswoman Lois Capps continues to meet with community and business leaders on the Central Coast to talk about surviving the tough economy. Today the 23rd District representative was in Santa Maria for part of her Economic Recovery tour. She's trying to figure out how to get the local economy... more »
  • Ground broken for new Santa Maria transit center

    January 7, 2010 8:02 PM

    All systems go. The city of Santa Maria officially broke ground today, at the site of the future Santa Maria Intermodal Transit Center. The center will be located on city-owned land at the southeast corner of East Boone and South Miller streets. With the scoop of a shovel, construction... more »
  • Congresswoman Lois Capps visits San Luis Obispo

    January 6, 2010 8:07 PM

    Surviving the tough economic times. Congresswoman Lois Capps met with community and business leaders in San Luis Obispo today to discuss just that. The 23rd District Representative included a stop in San Luis Obispo as part of her, Economic Recovery Tour. The main topic of the day was the effort... more »
  • Governor delivers last State of the State address

    January 6, 2010 7:27 PM

    Jobs were a top priority during Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's final State of the State address this morning. Despite another looming budget crisis, the governor is pledging to create 100 thousand positions. The governor touched on a bit of everything during his final state of the state address. Top priorities this... more »
  • Displaying a noose is now against the law

    January 5, 2010 9:25 PM

    A new state law brings up an old controversy on the Cal Poly campus. The newly passed law makes it illegal to display a noose on any school campus. In October of 2008, students living in a university-owned house put up a display. It included a noose. Because of free... more »
  • New rules for off road riders at the Oceano Dunes

    January 3, 2010 12:06 AM

    For those heading to the Oceano Dunes for a little outdoor recreation, there are some new safety regulations you'll want to know about. The rules for off road riders just got a bit tougher. Effective January 1st officers have the authority to cite adults for allowing children to operate an... more »
  • Lone survivor of 2004 crash dies in another crash in Orcutt Friday

    January 2, 2010 10:43 PM

    One person is dead and one arrested for felony DUI after a crash in Orcutt. Santa Barbara county fire officials say, the crash happened just before 11:20 last night near the intersection of Blosser and Clark. CHP says, the driver, 21 year old Cody Stutts, crashed into a fence, then... more »
  • Blood donations needed locally

    December 30, 2009 9:30 PM

    One of the most precious gifts you can give this holiday season is often overlooked. Supplies at blood banks are running low. That's because donors are hard to find during the holidays. At the donation center in San Luis Obispo they are in critical need of O- negative blood. Officials... more »
  • Holiday shopping makes retailers merry

    December 30, 2009 8:32 PM

    Some local retailers are thankful after an encouraging holiday shopping season. A report by Mastercard advisors', Spendingpulse, which tracks all payment forms, shows retail sales rose 3.6 percent from November 1st through December 24th.That's compared to a 2.3 percent drop one year ago. After a grim forecast shoppers and retailers... more »
  • Holiday sales up from last year

    December 30, 2009 4:50 PM

    This holiday season shoppers didn't hold back because of the economy. That's according to the latest figures, released by Mastercard Advisors' Spendingpulse, which tracks all payment forms. The report says retail sales rose 3.6 percent from November 1 through December 24. Compare these numbers with a 2.3 percent drop a... more »
  • Pounce Cat Sanctuary ready to relocate

    December 29, 2009 9:13 PM

    In just two more days, the founder of a local stray cat sanctuary will pack up and relocate, moving her operation 400 miles away to an area near Sacramento. This is all the result of a visit by county code enforcement workers. The visit was sparked by neighbor complaints. Pounce,... more »
  • Tree recycling program

    December 28, 2009 8:30 PM

    As people prepare to ring in the New Year, it's out with the old, as in that old Christmas tree that's starting to dry out and take up space. So,this year, the city of Paso Robles is making it easy for residents to recycle by reusing old Christmas trees for... more »
  • 'Red Sharpie Bandit' caught in Santa Barbara

    December 23, 2009 4:18 PM

    Detectives with the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Department, investigators with the FBI and regional law enforcement agencies have a suspected serial bank robber in custody. Forty-four-year-old Anthony William Frisco, who investigators dubbed the "Red Sharpie Bandit", was arrested in Santa Barbara on December 17. Frisco is suspected of robbing... more »
  • Three suspects wanted for armed robbery in San Luis Obispo

    December 23, 2009 1:29 PM

    Officers with the San Luis Obispo Police Department are trying to track down three suspects they believe robbed a couple at gunpoint. It happened Tuesday night at about 10:30, near the intersection of Palm and Morro streets. Officers say, the couple was walking to their car when three men... more »
  • New flight regulations meant to protect passengers

    December 22, 2009 9:54 PM

    A new federal law prohibits airlines in the U.S. from holding passengers inside a plane on a tarmac for more than three hours. The law requires carriers to provide food and water for passengers within two hours of the aircraft being delayed on the tarmac and to maintain operable restrooms.... more »
  • Paso Police warn residents about a spike in scams

    December 22, 2009 9:44 PM

    The Paso Robles Police Department issues a scam alert. Investigators are warning people not to take the bait. Officers say say they're seeing a spike in a number of rip-off schemes. Most cases involve a money order operation. Detectives say the crooks use the internet to contact people and offer... more »
  • Central coast residents recall the 2003 San Simeon earthquake

    December 22, 2009 9:28 PM

    Six years ago today, the devastating San Simeon earthquake rattled the central coast. The 6.5 magnitude earthquake hit on December 22nd, 2003. Two women died when the building they were working in collapsed in Paso Robles. 47 people were hurt. At exactly 11:15 the city of Paso Robles was... more »
  • Airline passengers get relief from long delays on the tarmac

    December 22, 2009 5:41 PM

    A new federal law prohibits airlines in the U-S from holding passengers inside a plane on a tarmac for more than three hours. The law requires carriers to provide food and water for passengers within two hours of the aircraft being delayed on the tarmac and to maintain operable restrooms.... more »
  • Paso Robles Police warn about a spike in computer scams

    December 22, 2009 5:38 PM

    The Paso Robles Police Department issues a scam alert. Investigators are warning people not to take the bait. Officers say they're seeing a spike in a number of rip-off schemes. Most cases involve a money order operation. Here's how it works. Detectives say the crooks use the Internet to... more »
  • December 22, 2003: San Simeon earthquake anniversary

    December 22, 2009 1:08 PM

    It has been six years since the devastating San Simeon earthquake rocked the central coast. Two women died when the building they were in collapsed during the 6.5 magnitude earthquake in 2003, 47 others were hurt. KSBY News will talk with people who remember that fateful day. Be sure to... more »
  • Holiday shoppng rush

    December 21, 2009 8:07 PM

    Christmas is just four days away. Time to purchase presents is running out. But, don't worry, if you still have gifts to buy, you're not alone. According to a survey by the National Retail Federation, nearly 42-million people had not even started their shopping as of late last week. Adults... more »
  • Victim identified in highway 101 fatal accident

    December 21, 2009 7:42 PM

    We're learning more about a bizarre highway accident that left one man dead and another charged with drunk driving. It happened Saturday night, in San Luis Obispo. Forty-nine year-old, George Patton of Fresno was driving his BMW southbound on highway 101, when he hit and killed, 22 year-old, Ismael Gamboa.... more »
  • Driver who hit and killed a man on highway 101 will not be charged with a felony

    December 21, 2009 1:06 PM

    A Fresno man, who hit and killed a man while driving under the influence, will not be charged with a felony DUI according to a spokesperson for the CHP. 49 year-old George Patton was driving his BMW southbound on highway 101, Saturday night, when investigators say 22 year-old, Ismael... more »
  • Christmas shopping crunch at the Santa Maria Town Center Mall

    December 20, 2009 9:59 PM

    Christmas is just five days away and believe it or not some people have yet to start their holiday shopping! For some shoppers, Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year. Santa Maria Resident, Stan O'Rourke says, "I have two more things to get." But, for those procrastinating present... more »
  • Grover Beach family teams up with Habitat for Humanity

    December 20, 2009 12:03 AM

    Habitat for Humanity teams up with four families in Grover Beach just in time to make this holiday a very Merry Christmas. Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit organization that teams up with low income families to build affordable homes. Once the home is built, it's sold at or below... more »
  • San Luis Obispo county holds it's first public swine flu vaccine clinic

    December 15, 2009 9:12 PM

    Free and open to the public. The San Luis Obispo County Health Department is offering swine flu vaccinations to anyone who wants one. Until now, the department says there wasn't enough of the vaccine to go around. Only people who were considered at high risk of catching the virus were... more »
  • SLO County offers swine flu vaccine to general public

    December 15, 2009 2:00 PM

    Today and tomorrow, the San Luis Obispo County Health Department is offering the swine flu vaccine to anyone who wants it and no appointment is necessary. The county's previous clinics had been by appointment only and the vaccine was reserved for people in certain high risk groups. The county now... more »
  • Holiday Shipping

    December 14, 2009 9:58 PM

    Monday December 14 is the busiest day of the year for the U.S. Postal Service. 830-million pieces of mail are expected to be handled by postal service employees. The daily average is 583-million. It's also the busiest day of the year for Fed-Ex delivery service. It expects to handle 13-million... more »
  • Busiest shipping day of the year

    December 14, 2009 8:17 PM

    Today is the busiest day of the year for the United States Postal Service. 830-million pieces of mail are expected to be handled by postal service employees. The daily average is 583-million. Long lines awaited holiday gift givers, looking to send loved ones presents in time for the holidays. It's... more »
  • Atascadero Principal pays former employer and admits no wrongdoing

    December 9, 2009 9:40 PM

    The principal of Atascadero High School is answering tough questions. Last month principal E.J. Rossi agreed to return $32,000 to the San Ardo school district, where he used to work. Shortly after he left San Ardo, the district claims it discovered financial discrepancies. Rossi was hired as assistant principal at... more »
  • 11 year-old donates $2,ooo dollars to Hearst Cancer Resource Center at French Hospital

    December 9, 2009 9:33 PM

    An 11 year-old girl is doing her part to find a cure for cancer. After losing her grandmother to cancer, 6th grader, Emily Flachman decided to create a non-profit organization called, Kids 4 Kures. The organization sells cards illustrated by cancer survivors. Flachman says, "Since a lot of my... more »
  • Atascadero High School principal

    December 9, 2009 3:27 PM

    The principal of Atascadero High School is answering tough questions about alleged improprieties at his former school. A settlement was reached last month between Principal EJ Rossi and the San Ardo school district -- where Rossi use to work. Rossi agreed to pay the district $32,000
  • Local farmers brace for freezing weather

    December 8, 2009 7:17 PM

    As temperatures continue to drop, concerns rise among local farmers about the damage the frigid weather could cause to crops. So, they're doing just about the only thing they can do. They're calling on the help of vital farm equipment. Mother nature is expected to turn a cold shoulder to... more »
  • I-5 closure diverts drivers to highway 101

    December 8, 2009 3:53 PM

    More traffic on highway 101. Freezing weather temporarily shut down I-5. Motorists are diverted to highway 101.
  • Cal Poly President Warren Baker announces retirement

    December 7, 2009 8:41 PM

    After thinking about retirement for years, Cal Poly President, Warren Baker makes it official. President Baker says," It's been in the works for quite a while. I actually thought I was going to retire two years ago but we had some significant challenges but, I thought today is as good... more »
  • State water leak temporarily shuts off water supply to Santa Maria

    December 7, 2009 8:31 PM

    A state water line leak over the weekend forced the city of Santa Maria to temporarily draw water from city wells and reservoirs. The California Department of Water resources repaired the leak at the Las Perillas lift station Monday morning, that's located within the state's coastal branch aqueduct, south of... more »
  • Low income single parents get special Thanksgiving meal

    November 25, 2009 8:55 PM

    Single parents who attend college at Allan Hancock, in Santa Maria, have an extra reason to be thankful this holiday. Volunteers and staff with the school's CARE program handed out more than 70 thanksgiving meals, to lower income families who would likely have gone without this Thanksgiving. CARE employee, Kiri... more »
  • Retailers prepare for Black Friday

    November 25, 2009 8:51 PM

    Retailers are forecasting a shopping rush this Black Friday. But, this year they're making some changes to keep you safe. Last year's trampling death of a New York Wal-mart employee, and a shooting inside of a Palm Desert Toys R Us, on the day after Thanksgiving, have increased concerns about... more »
  • Diablo Canyon seeks license extension

    November 24, 2009 8:18 PM

    PG&E announced, that it's filed an extension on the plant's operating license That could extend it's life by 20 years. The news was met with mixed reaction by supporters and opponents of nuclear power. KSBY takes a closer look at both sides by putting the issue on the balance bar.... more »
  • Nuclear power plant divides environmentalists

    November 24, 2009 8:06 PM

    The subject of nuclear power drives a wedge between many environmentalists. In the past, most all environmentalists were against using nuclear power as an energy resource. But now, some of them, like Doctor Patrick Moore, have changed their minds, saying it's a clean energy source. A former member of the... more »
  • Landmark swing in Cayucos will be torn down

    November 23, 2009 7:40 PM

    The swing set, near the Cayucos pier, could soon be a thing of the past. Officials with the San Luis Obispo County Parks and Rec. Department say the swing is not safe. It's located too close to the ocean, especially when the tide is high and because of that, they... more »
  • Arts Obispo art show

    November 22, 2009 8:03 PM

    Local artists team up with school kids from Baywood Elementary in Los Osos to put on a one of a kind art exhibit. Arts Obispo in San Luis Obispo hosted the event. Arts Obispo is an organization that helps raise money, distribute funds and promote the arts in San Luis... more »
  • San Miguel man accused of murder appears before a judge

    November 17, 2009 8:16 PM

    Accident or act of manslaughter? A San Miguel man, accused of fatally shooting of his wife faces a judge in a preliminary hearing. The hearing started on Tuesday to see if there is enough evidence to move forward with the case against 24-year-old John Norris. Norris is charged with involuntary... more »

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