The San Luis Obispo Police Department (SLOPD) is enforcing double fines, as they have done for several years, beginning Saturday, March 17 from 12 a.m. to Monday, March 18 at 7 a.m.
While Pirates Cove is a great place to watch the sunset, take a good photo or just explore, the location has increasingly faced a number of issues. Among the most notable of these issues is the parking lot, which is difficult to drive across due to an uneven foundation. The lot has also become home […]
Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham announced two anti-human trafficking bills Feb. 26, giving law enforcement and District Attorneys more tools to combat traffickers. San Luis Obispo Superior Court has seen several alleged human trafficking cases in recent months and San Luis Obispo Police Department (SLOPD) Investigations Lieutenant John Bledsoe calls human trafficking a “very prominent problem in our […]
Cal Poly’s Interfraternity Council (IFC), Fraternity and Sorority Life, and the Men and Masculinity program are hosting its second annual Healthy Masculinities Week from Feb. 19 to Feb. 24. The Healthy Masculinity Week events aim to educate and create critical open discussions with fraternity members about what it means to practice healthy masculinity, according to a […]
With temperatures reaching the low 30’s earlier this week, San Luis Obispo experienced snow and snow flurries around the county. While videos of snowfall in the county have circulated social media, John Lindsey a marine meteorologist for PG&E and Cal Poly alumnus, said snow is common in the county depending on where you look. Snow […]
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On Monday, Jan.14 the Minarch Butterfly Grove saw 2,000 butterflies. In the ’80s, the population was 250,000.