Many people in Montecito were on edge Thursday morning, waiting to see if the latest storm would take them back to the devastating place they were in one year ago. But despite some minor debris flows, Santa Barbara County officials have many reasons to breathe a sigh of relief.
The first steps toward revitalizing downtown Santa Maria are now in motion. Tuesday night, the city moved to adopt its new downtown streetscape plan.
The Oceano Dunes were quite the sight Monday afternoon, with ominous-looking storm clouds and crashing waves coming closer and closer to shore.
The roads and highways are mostly dry right now, but that won’t be for long. Drivers can expect a wet commute as they make their way out the door Monday.
A Santa Maria security guard is advocating for other security personnel to wear body armor after his safety vest protected him during a stabbing Friday night.
Some business owners in Los Olivos are scratching their heads after a rash of burglaries this week.
New opportunities and revenue streams could be touching down near the Santa Maria Airport as the airport looks to develop.
Almost one year after the January 9 debris flow flooded Coast Village Road, businesses on the popular Montecito street are still working towards getting back to normal.
Starting January 1st, farm workers in California are now eligible to receive overtime pay after 9.5 hours of work.
While many advocacy groups say this is long overdue, some in the agricultural community caution this could cause a rise in the costs of fruits and vegetables at the grocery store.
Among the dozens of new state laws going into effect Tuesday, are new protections for women across California.
Brrr! Things are going to be chilly Monday night across the Central Coast!
San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties are under a frost advisory until 9 am Tuesday morning.
Friends and family of the McNabbs and Carlos Echavarria are grieving Sunday, as questions still remain about what lead to their murders.
Some new California laws are sparking discussion over how much the state influences our decisions.
Some California drivers convicted of DUI will soon be allowed to get back on the road faster than before.
Don’t make yourself a target. That’s the warning from the Lompoc Police Department as people begin to throw away the boxes from their Christmas presents.
Santa Maria Area Transit (SMAT) and Breeze will not be running on Christmas Day, Tuesday, December 25th, or on New Year’s Day, Monday, January 1, 2019.
Scammers impersonating PG&E are targeting businesses across the state.
For owner Carol Boston, nearly 30 years of owning Evergreen Video in Orcutt has been a labor of love.
The City of Santa Maria is paying out more than $400,000 after a jury recently found a Santa Maria police officer responsible for causing a crash that injured two people.
It was a cloudy Friday for most of the Central Coast, bringing some sprinkles and chillier temperatures. A much different story expected for Saturday,