Allan Hancock Tawny Lino and Ryheem Skinner were named Northern Santa Barbara County Athletic Round Table Athletes of the Week.
November 26, 2018
A few local emergency rooms are getting an upgrade in mental health services.
The 5Cities Homeless Coalition will open its winter Warming Center at Hillside Church in Grover Beach on Wednesday when rain is expected to move into the Central Coast.
Santa Barbara is hosting the first in a series of public workshops on a Sea Level Rise Adaptation Plan on December 5.
The family of a Santa Maria woman who was hit and killed in a bus crash earlier this year has filed a wrongful death lawsuit in the case.
SpaceX has set a new date for the launch of a Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base.
Lompoc City Council votes in favor of cannabis testing, letters of authorization for cannabis license applicants
The Lompoc City Council voted unanimously Monday night in favor of permitting commercial cannabis testing in industrial districts.
Michael Moats has conceded to Gloria Soto in the race for Santa Maria City Council.
The San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce is offering $100 in cash to qualifying visitors who spend two or more consecutive nights in the city.
Monday was a day of excitement for people of all ages. Kids and adults across the Central Coast packed into viewing parties to watch the InSight spacecraft land on Mars.
A San Luis Obispo CHP officer suffered minor injuries after her patrol vehicle was struck while she was helping a driver with a flat tire.
Cal Poly is launching a research project to cut down on campus controversies and tragedies. It comes as the university remembers Carson Starkey, a student who died of alcohol poisoning 10 years ago.
The death toll in the Camp Fire now stands at 88. The Butte County Sheriff and Coroner says no additional remains were located today, however, the number rose to 88 because of DNA testing.
Next month, some services in San Luis Obispo County might be slower than usual because the county’s largest employee union is threatening a strike.
Local business leaders are brainstorming new ways to keep the economy across the Central Coast prospering.
Central Coast law firm Sinsheimer Juhnke McIvor & Stroh (SJMS) announced Monday that it has agreed to merge its law practice with Fresno-based McCormick Barstow.
U.S. health officials say it’s OK to eat some romaine lettuce again. Just check the label.
The San Luis Obispo Police Department is looking for volunteers to help clean up graffiti throughout the city.
The community is invited to meet the new Isla Vista Community Resource Deputy on Tuesday.
More than 150 San Luis Obispo County “essential employees” won’t be going on strike next month.