A former Atascadero teacher charged with dozens of counts related to making and possessing child pornography has pleaded not guilty.
The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office needs the Central Coast’s help winning the Aftermath K-9 Grant that would provide funding to the office’s K-9 unit.
October is a month when there’s a lot of pink, which is in support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The Lompoc woman charged with causing a deadly crash while trying to get away from authorities at the beginning of the month has pleaded not guilty to the latest charges against her.
More than 2,200 customers were affected by a power outage in Oceano late Thursday morning.
The Arroyo Grande Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying the car and the people who vandalized 11 Jim Hill candidacy signs, public sidewalks and private property.
Many people in California will be taking part Thursday in an annual earthquake drill.
There aren’t a lot of changes to report in the forecast for Thursday. High pressure is still impacting the weather and keeping daytime highs on
Highway 166 stretches from Santa Maria to the Kern County line and there is concern a proposal by an oil company could add more traffic.
Veterans made their way home Wednesday night after a quick two-day trip to Washington, D.C.
The San Luis Obispo Museum of Art launched a new campaign aimed at inspiring students to get involved in the visual arts. “Awaken” is a
Paso Robles police recommending misdemeanor charge in alleged assault against Justin Fareed supporter
The Paso Robles Police Department is recommending a misdemeanor charge against a Paso Robles man after a Justin Fareed supporter was allegedly assaulted while canvassing
The city of Santa Maria says it’s making progress on building a fiber optic network.
Participants of the California Coastal Challenge rode their bikes through San Luis Obispo and Pismo Beach on Wednesday as a part of a “Project Hero
Those hoping to raise chickens and other bird fowl in their backyards will soon be able to under a new ordinance the Lompoc City Council