The increase in crime in San Luis Obispo goes along with the pattern of an overall increase since 2015.
A new law designed to make some law enforcement personnel records public has a technicality that may inadvertently protect officers under investigation.
In January, KSBY reported on a new California law that allows pet store to sell cats, dogs, and rabbits only if they’re from a rescue organization or shelter.
A National Youth Tobacco Survey shows alarming increases in usage not just among high school students, but kids as young as third and fourth grade.
People with chronic pain are asking for their medications back after they say the national opioid crackdown has left them suffering.
The family of an inmate who died while in custody at the San Luis Obispo County jail held a press conference saying policies were not followed with deadly consequences and KSBY News now has the jail cell video. The Holland family penned an open letter to Sheriff Ian Parkinson, five days before the election, and demanded certain questions be answered so voters can make an informed decision before heading to the polls.