The City of Atascadero will soon crack down on residents for not putting the correct items in their recycling bins.
Two search warrants were served Thursday, culminating the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office Cannabis Compliance Team largest investigation to date.
Some people in Los Osos woke up to an upsetting sight — cars vandalized, hit with spray paint.
The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to move forward with a proposed cannabis farm near Templeton based on some new changes.
There’s growing concern after parents with children in the Atascadero Unified School District learned the weed killer Roundup was set to be used at an elementary school.
The city has applied for Homeless Emergency Aid Program grant funds to pay for the roughly $1,800,000 project.
A San Luis Obispo woman says she and her four-month-old puppy were bitten by a neighbor’s dog this week and she’s concerned Animal Services isn’t doing enough about it.
A roundabout may be coming to a busy intersection on Highway 227 in San Luis Obispo.
Friends and family members are remembering the two young women from Atascadero who died in a suspected DUI crash in Santa Maria over the weekend as caring and sweet.
Mosques on the Central Coast are mourning with New Zealand after the devastating massacres at two mosques.
Some new crosswalks improvements are soon to be installed in a thriving part of Downtown Paso Robles.
The executions of hundreds of inmates on the nation’s largest death row are being halted.
Some roads in San Luis Obispo County may offer a tire-jarring punch of a reminder that this winter’s rainfall has done more than fill our reservoirs.
A candlelight vigil to honor a young mother who was found murdered at her Heritage Ranch home is planned for this weekend.
The Crossroads Open Space soccer field in Santa Maria is filled with water thanks to the most recent storm.
Lompoc police are searching for whoever is responsible for shooting and killing an innocent 17-year-old girl.
Four police departments in San Luis Obispo County are looking into the possibility of making a major change to their dispatch services.
Californians are losing millions of dollars in recycling deposits.
Some more options are in the works when it comes to how we vote in San Luis Obispo County.
Arroyo Grande city leaders will discuss whether to leave the Five Cities Fire Authority and form their own fire department at Tuesday night’s city council meeting.