April brings the return of the annual Lyrid meteor shower. Skywatchers may be able to see the shooting stars, though experts say the full moon threatens to upstage this year’s show.
April 14, 2019
Washing his car Sunday outside his home on Frank Lane in Santa Maria, Frank McCormack Jr. was still in disbelief that his neighbors across the street fought off three armed home invaders early Saturday morning.
American Airlines is extending a cancellation of flights aboard any Boeing 737 Max aircrafts in its fleet until August, the company said in a letter to its employees.
A $76 million joint-haul between the Trump campaign and the RNC far outpaces those in the Democratic presidential field.
Santa Barbara Police officers arrested a man who they say broke into a business and was still hiding inside early Sunday morning.
By Tuesday, daytime highs will be in the low to mid-60s for most.
Land Trust of Santa Barbara County and Betteravia Farms team up to preserve wildlife, expand agriculture
The Land Trust of Santa Barbara County and Betteravia Farms joined forces to preserve wildlife habitats and grazing lands in the hills west of Orcutt and while also expanding agriculture along Highway 1
Caltrans will be doing several projects on Highway 101 this week.
The U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife is opening a 60-day public comment period about an “enhancement of survival” permit application that would help conserve monarch butterflies on energy and transportation lands.
The body of a woman who was in a tow truck that plummeted into the Sacramento River last month was recovered Sunday, family members and the California Highway Patrol said.
Pismo Paw fest is Sunday and it’s bound to be a premier pet party.
The comeback is complete. Tiger Woods has his fifth Masters title.
Santa Maria’s 10th annual free Family Kite Festival is Sunday and it’s guaranteed to light up the sky with brightly colored kites.
The family of the Paso Robles man who was shot and killed by San Luis Obispo County sheriff deputies in 2017 slammed law enforcement in response to the video of the shooting released on Friday.
The San Luis Obispo Color Blast Fun Run is Saturday morning at Laguna Middle School and it’s guaranteed to be a colorful event.
Paso Robles’ senior Jordan Summers took first place in both the 400 and 200 meter races, winning the latter in 22.78 seconds.
Cuesta got a go-ahead RBI single from Aidan Nagle in the sixth, and held on for the 4-1 win over Ventura, pulling the Cougars into a three-way tie for first place in the conference.