The Charles Paddock Zoo in Atascadero has some new additions.
Santa Maria police are investigating an attempted bank robbery and attempted purse snatching.
The San Luis Obispo County Grand Jury released its annual report Thursday, highlighting issues that the jury believes should be addressed within the county.
The Paso Robles wine region is getting some major recognition.
The family of Jordan Grant is donating $50,000 to Cal Poly Associated Students, Inc., or ASI, to encourage civic engagement.
A driver was hospitalized with major injuries Wednesday following a rollover crash on Highway 246, west of Buellton.
Santa Maria police are warning the community about an increase in fraudulent activity.
The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office has identified the man whose body was found near a vehicle near Lompoc last week.
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center is investigating a false report that went out about a tsunami warning Tuesday evening.
Paso Robles police are notifying people who recently purchased a chainsaw that it may have been stolen.
Fire Investigators say a small brush fire in Santa Ynez over the weekend was caused by someone using a propane torch.
Crews responded to a vehicle crash in San Miguel Monday night.
PG&E crews responded to a power outage in the Oceano area Monday night.
The California Highway Patrol responded to a crash which involved a tanker truck hauling aviation fuel.
An Atascadero man was convicted this week of sexually assaulting a woman in a secluded parking area at Atascadero Lake Park.
Gas prices are dropping across the nation and in other parts of California, but drivers on the Central Coast are still seeing high prices at the pump.
A vehicle crashed into a building in San Luis Obispo Friday afternoon.
Four people were taken into custody and numerous guns were seized after a search warrant was served in Santa Barbara County.
The President of Vintage Wine Estates says an improvement project that would eliminate left-hand turns and boost safety at the El Campo Road crossing on Highway 101 should “move forward as soon as possible.”
Lompoc police are clarifying some confusion over reports of a child abduction at a local elementary school.