Hundreds of people are headed to the Oceano Dunes for this Memorial Day weekend and California State Parks is preparing for the crowds.
More than 4.5 million Californians are expected to hit the road for Memorial Day weekend and state agencies are taking steps to prevent fires on the side of the highway.
If you’re heading to the Santa Maria Elks Rodeo next week, you might be part of a new traffic study.
The Social Security Administration recently sent more than 500,000 “no-match” letters to employers across the country, notifying them that at least one of their employees is using a Social Security number that doesn’t match their name.
Around 4 p.m. Saturday afternoon, Pismo Beach Police, Cal Fire Pismo Beach and San Luis Obispo County Animal Control came together to help three kittens trapped inside the engine compartment of a car.
Atascadero residents got a chance to show off their cardboard boats at the Friends of the LakeFest Regatta Saturday.
The annual Pismo Camper Show at the Pismo Coast Village RV Park is a blast from the past, featuring campers built more than 50 years ago.
Participants say they had a real “parrrty” at this annual “shellebration” of seaside characters.
A group of skaters in San Luis Obispo got together for a shreddin’ good time Saturday.
Attracting people to jobs in law enforcement is more than just a local struggle, there’s a shortage of officers nationwide.
The City of Guadalupe is looking to revitalize its downtown and update several of its parks.
Disturbing allegations are being brought against a Nipomo church and a Guadalupe business.
The Lompoc City Fire Department recently received a more than $21,000 grant from the Department of Homeland Security for ballistic gear and rope systems, but a multi-million dollar FEMA grant to update the fire station headquarters was taken away.
We’re expecting a quiet and somewhat foggy start to the week, as cloud coverage and fog are anticipated from Monday through Wednesday, in the morning hours before tapering off and then returning again at night.
Several Buellton parents are furious after a 20% raise was approved for the Buellton Union School District Superintendent.
A seven-year-old girl at Miller Elementary School in Santa Maria almost lost two of her fingertips after an accident on campus.
Local firefighters are getting ahead of fire season by starting training efforts just as a new report reveals insurance claims for damages from the state’s deadly November wildfires have topped $12 billion.
It was an exciting day Tuesday for the Montecito community as one of at least six debris nets was installed in a canyon above the town.
Santa Maria city leaders could decide to make it easier to report illegal firework use.
The Santa Maria Senior Club had their fair share of fun Sunday at their “Hawaiian Style Senior Prom.”