KSBY-TV is again working to install a new electrical lighting system for its transmitter tower at the top of Cuesta Grade.
The City of Santa Barbara will begin its Mission Canyon Bridge studies at Rocky Nook Park Thursday afternoon.
Cal Poly will host its annual student-led “Take Back the Night” rally Thursday night in honor of local sexual assault survivors.
Charges have been filed against the driver the California Highway Patrol says caused a deadly crash near Arroyo Grande last year that claimed the life of a Cal Poly freshman and brought the safety of the intersection into question.
World-class equestrians are competing on the Central Coast this week at a local facility that’s garnering recognition across the horse community.
As it was forecasted, the marine layer has made its return to the Central Coast. Commuters can expect a foggy morning for the coastal valleys
Federal health officials say the number of measles cases reported in 2019 has reached its highest level in years.
Oceano is looking toward the future of the Five Cities Fire Authority and whether or not it wants to be a part of it.
A popular golf course in Paso Robles is for sale as the owner looks to invest his time and money instead into a new outdoor garden art installation.
Some local students are spending their spring break mastering culinary skills.
The California Blueberry Commission says 2018’s frost and other weather conditions lead to a 25-30 percent decrease in blueberries, but this year we can expect a plentiful blueberry harvest.
It’s bee season in Lompoc and swarms of them have been popping up at local businesses and homes.
Hundreds of people in Lompoc turned out for a job and resource fair on Wednesday.
Tickets for the annual Cambria Christmas Market are now on sale.
A new twist in the case against a former Paso Robles police officer accused of sex crimes.