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Posted at 8:04 AM, Oct 22, 2019

Arroyo Grande City Council to consider ban on sale of vape products and devices
The City of Arroyo Grande could become the first in San Luis Obispo County to ban the sale of vape products and devices.
The Arroyo Grande City Council will discuss the potential ban at its Tuesday night meeting.

Arroyo Grande City Council to consider ban on sale of vape products and devices

California governor wants investigation of high gas prices
California’s governor has asked the attorney general to investigate why the state’s gas prices are so high, pointing to a new report suggesting big oil companies are “misleading and overcharging customers” by as much as $1 per gallon.

Heat advisory issued for San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara Counties
The beaches will range from the upper 80s to the low 90s Tuesday, but the average temperature around this time of the year is closer to the upper 60s. The coastal valleys and inland valleys actually won't be much warmer with peak temperatures from the low to upper 90s.

Heat advisory issued for San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara Counties

Video of Santa Maria police arrest sparks online debate
A video surfaced over the weekend of a man's confrontation with Santa Maria police and it has gotten quite the attention online due to what some believe is excessive force.

Video of Santa Maria police arrest sparks online debate

Police make arrest in latest Santa Maria homicide
Police have made an arrest in connection with the shooting death of a man in Santa Maria earlier this month. Santa Maria police say Juan Carlos Hernandez, 29, was arrested in Mexico with help from the U.S. Marshal's Office.
Police say the victim, identified as Jose Gonzalez Medina , 33, was involved in an altercation the afternoon of Oct. 6, which led to the shooting in front of 805 Tacos on the 1000 block of West Main Street.

Police make arrest in latest Santa Maria homicide

Gov. Newsom signs new bill to prevent lunch shaming in schools
Governor Gavin Newsom signed a new bill which ends shaming over school lunches.
Senate Bill 265 requires that all public school students have a "state reimbursable" meal provided by their school regardless of any unpaid meal fees.
Under the new law, a school can no longer deny or give a student a cheaper, alternative meal if their parents or legal guardian have unpaid lunch bills.

Gov. Newsom signs new bill to prevent lunch shaming in schools