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Rep. Capps joins her colleagues and gives remarks during the Gun Violence Sit-in on the House Floor Wednesday. [pic] (06/23/16) 1892 68
An edhat reader has been finding a bunch of little bugs in their house. Anyone know what they are? [pics] (06/21/16) 3605 29
For people who have fruit trees, do you have any solutions to offer people with trees full of fruit? (06/22/16) 1947 18
An edhat subscriber took [pics] of Rattlesnake Canyon wildlife Tuesday morning. (06/22/16) 2190 16
Microsoft announced a deal to buy professional social network LinkedIn for $26.2 billion, just a year after LinkedIn purchased local company Lynda.com. (06/19/16) 1427 12
Pacific Gas and Electric has announced its plan to close the Diablo Canyon Power Plant in San Luis Obispo county by 2025. (06/22/16) 1044 12
Trader Joe's agreed to reduce emissions of potent greenhouse gases from refrigeration equipment at 453 of its stores under a proposed settlement with the U.S. under the Clean Air Act(06/22/16) 607 11
Subscriber Chuck Cagara was out observing his Hummingbird and Oriole feeders when one of several male Hooded Orioles arrived. [pic] (06/20/16) 1750 9
It's National Take your Dog to Work Day and edhatters share photos of their dog working throughout the community. (06/25/16) 1140 7
Cartoons: Mike shares a funny cartoon about friendship.
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An edhatter shares a [pic] of the Dick Smith Wilderness looking towards Avila. (06/20/16) 1440 3
Reported brush fire on Highway 166 at Bull Canyon. (06/19/16) 1056 3
A UC Santa Barbara scholar says Britain's vote to leave the European Union will have serious economic, political consequences.
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The Chef Cycle Bicycle Ride will move through Monterey, San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties for three days next week. (06/25/16) 528 1
It seems so long ago, but just a few short months back Goleta was enjoying nonstop surf.
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Paso Robles Police Department is asking for the public's help to identify two suspected burglars. [pics] (06/23/16) 79 add
Following PGandE's announcement that it plans to close Diablo Canyon Power Plant by 2025, County officials anticipate substantial future community impacts. (06/22/16) 66 add
The County of San Luis Obispo Board of Supervisors approved a $574.7 million budget yesterday. (06/23/16) 58 add
DUI saturation patrols are scheduled for this weekend in San Luis Obispo. (06/24/16) 52 add
A project to install contrasting surface treatments near the on/off ramps of Highway 101 in both directions from Curbaril Avenue to south of Monterey Road will begin on Monday, June 27. (06/25/16) 50 add
The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors agreed Tuesday to place the discussion of an oak tree ordinance and new rules for reservoirs on an upcoming agenda. (06/23/16) 32 add
KEYT: On Tuesday night, the Arroyo Grande City Council unanimously voted to put City Manager Dianne Thompson on paid leave. (06/24/16) 25 add
KEYT: An Italian restaurant in Pismo Beach was badly damaged in an early morning 2-alarm fire.
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As the owners of Justin Vineyards and Winery, we try to instill in our local team a neighborly spirit, environmental responsibility and entrepreneurial independence...
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Customers have been waiting a few months or longer to receive beds, couches and other furniture they bought from an Arroyo Grande store.
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KEYT: More than 40 firefighters are working to contain a two acre fire in Paso Robles.
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