Mountain League boys soccer scores from Monday, February 4
February 4, 2019
A new multi-use project, which includes 23 new apartments and a coffee shop, is the buzz around Arroyo Grande.
They’re trained to sniff out the bad guys and illegal drugs, but with marijuana laws changing the role of a K-9 officer is, too.
The Santa Barbara City Fire Department has received 25 new Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs).
A developmental test launch for an unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile is scheduled out of Vandenberg Air Force Base as soon as Tuesday.
Emergency crews rescued a woman from the Salinas River in Paso Robles on Monday afternoon.
San Luis Obispo County Public Works crews have been keeping busy with nearly double the amount of calls they typically see after a storm.
Students at Laguna Middle School in San Luis Obispo are taking a stand against underage vaping through a special photo narrative event at SLOMA.
The farmers’ market in downtown Morro Bay on Saturdays is no more.
A cold centered low will move over California between now and late Tuesday bringing more rain showers and low snow levels. Snow levels should drop from the current 4500ft to around 2000ft by late Tuesday PM. A winter weather advisory has been posted for the SLO and SB county higher terrain. 3-6″ of snow with isolated amounts to 8″ could happen at higher elevations.
St. Joseph’s Jackson Stahl, Valley Christan Academy’s Richard Matias, and Giselle Calderon of Orcutt Academy were named Northern Santa Barbara County Athletic Round Table Athletes of the Week.
A Paso Robles woman was sentenced Monday to five years in prison for stealing money from an elderly couple.
The Monterey Bay Aquarium is mourning the death of a southern sea otter that was a favorite with visitors and a foster mother of sorts to stranded sea otter pups.
A well-known chef will be serving up food once again in Orcutt.
A Santa Maria Elks Rodeo tradition is back with the kickoff Monday of the Beard-A-Reno contest.
A suspect in a murder-for-hire case out of Paso Robles, who has reportedly been on the run for six years, is now behind bars in San Luis Obispo County.
A large crane was needed to remove a tree that had reportedly fallen in the backyard of a Shell Beach home.
President Donald Trump is once again threatening to shut down the government over funding for a border wall.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and while consumer spending is up, fewer Americans are actually planning to celebrate this year.
Caltrans says the closures on Highway 1 at Mud Creek and Paul’s Slide in Big Sur will continue until Tuesday, Feb. 5, because of continued heavy rainfall.