It’s bee season in Lompoc and swarms of them have been popping up at local businesses and homes.
Animal Kingdom Pet Shop is facing another lawsuit.
The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors approved funding for transitional housing for the homeless community on Tuesday afternoon.
A neighborhood just outside of Arroyo Grande has been invaded by caterpillars.
Several residents reported seeing heavy smoke billowing from Highway 101.
The wind advisory now in effect for Santa Barbara County will last through 9 p.m. Sunday. Northwest to north winds 15 to 25 mph with gusts to 40 mph.
With dripping plastic and fire dropping onto the bathroom floor, authorities say residents attempted putting the fire out with cups of water.
Mostly overcast conditions and some cooler temperatures are expected throughout the area into Sunday morning.
There is currently a city-wide power outage, according to Lompoc police.
Ahead of a busy travel weekend, San Luis Obispo drivers are looking at the highest gas prices in the country.
From 7 a.m. to noon, Officer Paul Sisemore says three officers issued about 30 citations.
California lawmakers are moving closer to banning single-use toiletry bottles that are found in hotel rooms.
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.
A cooling trend begins on Sunday with a good chance of overnight low clouds and fog.
Windy conditions stir up all the pollen, dirt, and dust, making those with allergies feel miserable.
Crab season is ending three months early this year.
Saturday’s warm weather likely brought the big crowds to the college town.
CHP Officers in Santa Barbara received a call about some loose alpacas exploring Hope Ranch on Sunday.
A local organization is looking to bring a little life and some much-needed funds back to the old Printery Building in Atascadero.