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Warnings have been posted at several Central California beaches after three sharks were spotted over the past few days. Pismo Beach fire spokeswoman Jane Schmitz says beaches will remain open but residents should use caution and be aware during ocean
City of Pismo Beach has posted advisory signs after a credible shark sighting off the coast Tuesday. A spokesperson says some visitors spotted the shark shortly before 10:00a.m. Tuesday somewhere near the pier and reported it to maintenance staff...
August 2011 Four sharks were sighted within five-day period last week at Pismo Beach...Pismo Beach had its own version of Shark Week last week, with four separate shark sightings...The first shark was approximately 12 feet long, officials determined,
Officials have reported a fourth shark sighting in Pismo Beach, south of the pier, was reported Thursday morning. They believe this shark may have been smaller in size then the sharks sighted before. This sighting is the fourth to happen in the last
News that Pismo Beach will be closed for the following five days, after a shark sighting. The chamber says the shark was sighted south of the Pismo Beach Pier...To report a comment, please e-mail us at email@example.com , and include the name of the
The City of Pismo Beach wants CalTrans to put traffic barriers along Highway 101. The City Council says recent accidents on the highway adjacent to Shell Beach Road and Price Street can be attributed in certain cases to the lack of a traffic barrier.
Police say on July 7, they searched a law practice owned by William Terhune, 57...Investigators say they found evidence he mis-appropriated funds on estates that his office was administrating. They say one estate lost at least $275,000, and that
who call themselves "treasure hunters"--descended upon Pismo Beach as soon as the crowds left Monday night. One man says he didn't leave until 3 a.m. and calls July 4th on the beach the best treasure-hunting occasion of the year.
June 2011 They're basically bombs, Cal Fire captain Jane Schmitz said. People hold them in their hands; they lose control of them when the firework leaves the ground...Think again about about celebrating the Fourth of July with a round of fireworks
According the Cal Fire, sprinklers managed to keep the fire to the carport area until fire crews arrived on scene. They say it started from heavy smoke in an air conditioning unit. Guests were evacuated for a short time, but they were able to head