The City of San Luis Obispo will no longer honor people by installing monuments of them.
A group of teenagers is learning the basics of being a police officer in Santa Maria.
A Paso Robles teen was crowned 2019 Miss California Mid-State Fair Queen.
Close to 150 news homes could be built in the near future by the Rancho Maria Golf Club in Orcutt.
Getting to the California Mid-State Fair will be a little easier this year thanks to the complimentary fair shuttles.
Woods Humane Society was recently awarded a $20,000 grant from the Petco Foundation to bolster its growing adoption program.
There was a sea of bright orange shirts worn by hundreds of kids at a San Luis Obispo park Friday as they showed off the results of their summer donation drive for a local animal shelter.
San Luis Obispo’s annual Pride celebration is taking place this weekend.
More than 100 vintage World War II-era Piper Cub airplanes will be on display and flying around the Lompoc Airport this weekend.
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Here are some of the events happening across the Central Coast.
The San Luis Obispo Swim Center is once again hosting a Family Water Safety Day.
For three weeks this summer, local actors are showing the Central Coast that going to the theater doesn’t have to be fancy.
The Santa Barbara County Fair kicks off this week.
The San Luis Obispo County Office of Emergency Services has been monitoring conditions here on the Central Coast after Thursday’s 6.4 earthquake hit near Ridgecrest, California.
Children in Orcutt continued their annual Independence Day tradition by parading around the local neighborhood.
Lompoc’s Old Town Market is returning for the summer season.
Templeton kicked off its Fourth of July festivities early Thursday with a pancake breakfast.
Fourth of July celebrations started early for some people on the Central Coast.
Summer school enrollment at Paso Robles High School has gone up by about 200 students compared to last year, which means close to 700 students are now taking classes.
Young students are learning how to establish their own businesses through a special summer program at Cuesta College in San Luis Obispo.