After a social media post sparked concerns last week, students may be wondering how to deal with an active shooter.
Mustang News anchors Nicolas Gonzalez and Haley Pryde have today’s top stories.
Activists in San Luis Obispo are marching in solidarity with Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students.
Hot coals were thrown into the dumpster, which UPD and the San Luis Obispo Fire Department extinguished.
UPD responded to a call and found a deceased person in a PCV apartment.
Last academic year, Safer saw 135 people through their crisis services.
The University Police Department and the Paso Robles Police Department are hoping to roll out their systems by November.
This past weekend, a sexual assault occurred behind the Recreation Center.
At least one Title IX investigation will conclude Oct. 6, according to a written document shown to Mustang News.
The policy states UPD will not cooperate with other agencies on federal immigration law enforcement unless required by state law.
The University Police Department received a $37,799 grant for alcohol control from the state for the third straight year.