Crime

Football players plead ‘not guilty’ in trial arraignment

The five Cal Poly football players arrested in connection with an attempted robbery last August pleaded not guilty on all counts at their arraignment this morning. Read More »

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Here’s why you got more tickets last year

If you have been thinking that you and your peers are getting more tickets in the last year, then you are right. According to a Mustang News data analysis, the University Police Department (UPD) has been giving out twice as many tickets this year. Read More »

According to a UPD data report on campus ticket numbers have doubled since 2012. | Shelley Westerson/Mustang News

Day 2 of football players’ hearing reveals inconsistent testimonies

According to criminal investigations with Ivory, the players went to the fraternity home to take money. Read More »

The preliminary case continued with the testimony of SLOPD peace officer Amy Chastain. | Photo courtesy of  Kaori Funahashi/New Times

Testimony begins in preliminary hearing for Cal Poly football players

The case judge listened to testimonies and reviewed evidence to see if the case should continue on to trial. Read More »

(Front to back) Dominique Love, Cortland Fort, Jake Brito and Kristaan Ivory (far right) were present at the hearing. | Photo courtesy of Laura Dickinson/San Luis Obispo Tribune

UPD introduces new on-campus walking escort program

Now the escort van won't be the only way to get to your on-campus home. Read More »

UPD is looking for 10-15 students to work in the Mustang Patrol. Applications are on the MustangJOBS website. | File photo/Mustang News

Covered California rolls over to San Luis Obispo, explains why health insurance is vital for all

The group's second enrollment period — the time people can apply for health care — began Nov. 15 and goes through Feb. 15. Read More »

The Covered California group stopped by the San Luis Obispo Superior Courthouse Nov. 17. | Samantha Pryor/Mustang News

Deer and squirrels and skunks, oh my: Road kill on campus

According to Facility Services Bob Selders, small and large animal deaths on campus usually don't go over four per year. Read More »

Though road kill at Cal Poly is rare, it most commonly happens during summer and fall. | Mustang News file photo; icons courtesy of The Noun Project

CSU hires systemwide sexual assault coordinator

The California State University System has created a new position to expand its efforts to prevent sexual assault. Read More »

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‘Yes Means Yes’ reinforces university practices

For Cal Poly, Senate bill 967, commonly referred to as “Yes Means Yes,” reinforces existing policy. Read More »

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Students fake it ’til they make it with fake IDs

Whether it’s Mother’s Tavern, Bull’s Tavern or SLO Brew, most San Luis Obispo bars are infamous for upholding strict security protocols in pursuit of catching college students with fake IDs. Read More »

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