The city of Santa Maria is considering settling a lawsuit with a landlord who they say has an “unprecedented” number of code violations.
While our heat advisory expires Sunday night, the hot temperatures will be continuing Monday. In fact, some places may be even warmer than they were Sunday.
Despite the hot temperatures, the big story Sunday is the wind.
Cal Fire SLO and Paso Robles City Fire firefighters are on scene of a structure fire on Mustang Springs Road in Paso Robles.
We have a heat advisory continuing till 8 p.m. Sunday. Be cautious if you plan on being outdoors for an extended period of time – bring water, sunscreen and wear protective clothing when you can!
The Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors took steps Tuesday toward updating their stance on the cannabis industry – everything from land use to odor prevention was on the agenda.
The vapors from an e-cigarette vanish within seconds of taking a puff, but the device itself can last a lifetime.
Even cooler temperatures are on their way as our downward shift in temps begins Sunday.
On Sunday afternoon, places like Paso Robles were 16 degrees cooler than the same time Saturday.
This week marks one year since the Holiday Fire broke out in Goleta, forcing hundreds of people from their homes.
It was a great summer day for most of the Central Coast, continuing the trend we’ve had of sunshine and seasonal temps, but things are about to change as we go into Sunday.
A new bill making its way through the California state legislature would put a cap on rent increases and add new provisions for evicting residents.
One child is dead and three others are sick after contracting E. coli at the San Diego County Fair.
The Sips for Smiles fundraiser was hosted Sunday, aimed at helping get dental services to uninsured families.
San Luis Obispo Public Transit is rolling out new changes Monday for seniors who use their system.
The discounted 31-day Senior/Disabled pass will be $18.
Motorists may experience alternating lane closures on Highway 1 starting Sunday night, just north of Harmony Valley Road to Cambria Pines Road.
Sunday was another great weather day across the Central Coast, with most areas seeing sunshine and gusty winds.
A San Luis Obispo woman turned the clock to the big 1-0-0 Satuday with family and friends wishing her a happy birthday.
Weather was pretty close to perfect across the Central Coast Saturday, with most areas seeing sunshine all day.
That might change for some areas Sunday, as there are chances for rain to briefly make a return.
One Santa Maria block has gone more than two weeks without getting mail because of a postal carrier’s complaint about a loose dog.
The dust is settling after the Lompoc City Council voted on a budget with more than $3 million worth of cuts that include city staff positions and overtime for firefighters.
Monday’s weather will be a lot like what we saw Sunday, with cloud coverage in the morning before seasonably warm temperatures in the afternoon.