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Police pull a mask off of the face of Austin Ross, after he surrendered to authorities following an hours long standoff.
A man is seen through a rain covered window as he walks past Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa under the cover of his umbrella.
A pair of friends carry a passed out man across the beach, up the nearby stairs at Beachcomber Drive and to awaiting firefighters for treatment as a huge college age crowd gathered for a party in Shell Beach.
Larry Desario, owner of Santa Maria Neon Electric Signs, crawls into the Madonna Inn sign to repair the Madonna part of the neon lettering which was on the blink because of water damage.
Foremost Wine Co. executive chef Julie Simon butchers a ram sourced from Pepper Creek Farm in Arroyo Grande.
Robyn Babcock gets a hug from her daughter Sierra as the pair sifted through the remains of Robyn's home in Santa Margarita after the Park Hill Fire burned through the area over the weekend.
Amanda Ormonde, center, and her fellow Arroyo Grande High School graduates celebrate at the end of their commencement ceremony.
Asst. Chief Probation Officer Robert Reyes, right, keeps a watchful eye as deputy probation officer Isidro Soto enters a sober living facility in Atascadero to check on an AB109 probationer.
A cyclists looks back at a loose bull he just passed on the Madonna Inn bike path, as a worker from the ranch next to the inn tries to tear a hole in the fencing to get the animal back on the other side. Shortly after, the bull was corralled back to where it came from with the use of an ATV.
A cyclists makes his way across the Jennifer Street Bridge on a recent evening in San Luis Obispo.
Robert Morales, center, John Sims, right, and several other inmates sing along during a service, made possible with the funding from Serving California, in the chapel at the California Men's Colony.
This composite image made from seven separate images shows the stages of the April 2014 lunar eclipse from full Moon to total eclipse as seen from Hwy. 46 West of Paso Robles. The times of the photos are 10:36 p.m., left, 10:58 p.m,. 11:14 p.m., 11:26 p.m., 11:44 p.m., 11:56 p.m., and 12:21 a.m.
Fred Collins, the tribal administrator for the Northern Chumash Tribal Council, is advocating for a marine sanctuary off the Central Coast, from the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary to the Channel Islands.
Surfer Matt Mohle is ready for his close-up as he speeds past an unidentified photographer at the Pismo Beach Pier where good sized surf combined with offshore winds produced some fast hollow waves.
Brian Hodgson, of Morro Bay, just makes it over the top of a breaking winter wave, avoiding having it crash on him and his surf kayak. Hodgson says Morro Rock is his favorite place to surf and tries to get in the water there almost everyday.
A fisherman casts his line into the stormy surf North of Morro Rock as El Niño fueled storms arrive along the Central Coast.
Bryan Thompson of San Luis Obispo sends some heavy metal guitar licks through his bike mounted amplifier, left, during rush hour traffic at the intersection of Tank Farm Rd. and South Higuera. "I'm trying to get signed," he said.
Late afternoon light peaks out from between the stormy skies as a surfer waits for a break in the waves to paddle out into the sizable winter surf in Shell Beach.
Members of Cuesta College’s faculty union hold a picket to raise awareness of what they call a continued lack of fair compensation and to emphasize the need for a substantial raise. The union is at impasse with the district over compensation.
Lilly Thompson, 6, of Creston poses with her mille fleur bantam hen, Sadie at the California Mid-State Fair.
A member of the San Luis Obispo County Gang Task Force stands in front of a home where the team served a search warrant on a residence in Paso Robles as part of an investigation into a recent gang related assault.
Benito Maldonado, with Davey Tree, works on cutting down one of several drought stricken eucalyptus trees along Dana Foothill Rd. in Nipomo to prevent it from falling across the street and into PG&E power lines along the road.
Junior Cole Henry puts the finishing touches on a display of calavera skulls as he and about 170 students from Templeton High School's Spanish classes put together an "ofrenda" presentation to honor the deceased as part of the Spanish holiday Dia De Los Muertos.
Hannah the family cat, steps through the front window of the Elton family home after the winds from a powerful January storm toppled trees throughout the California town of Cambria. One of those trees sheered off a side of the home.
Tribune Press worker David Trout poses for a photo a few weeks before the end of onsite printing at the paper came to an end and was moved to its sister paper, The Fresno Bee.
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