Earlier today people filled the performing arts center at Cal Poly, to remember Monica Cantu, but rather than mourn her passing, people in attendance celebrated her life, and what she stood for.
It seems police departments all across the country are having trouble recruiting new members and in Arroyo Grande, they’re now incentivizing some of their openings, in hopes of finding both qualified and experienced recruits.
Gilroy is in mourning after yesterday’s shooting at its annual garlic festival, and Gilroy native Justin Villanueva says he never could have imagined a tragedy like this right in his hometown.
San Luis Obispo County District Attorney Dan Dow brought up an interesting topic when he created a Facebook poll about Senate Bill 310.
According to a recent study by the California Legislature, it looks like home sales are beginning to slow down, and realtors and sellers in San Luis Obispo County shared their thoughts on the real estate market on the Central Coast.
A new emergency regulation has been adopted to protect workers from potential wildfire smoke hazards.
The California Mid-State Fair is heading into its first weekend and with Cardi B and Blake Shelton coming to town, big crowds are expected. That means plenty of drinks will be sold.
When some people see a crash or other tragedy unfold, their instinct is to jump in and help; however, first responders say while helping may feel like a good thing to do, it may not always be the right thing.
The California Mid-State Fair is officially open. While there are many exciting and fun things for people to enjoy, almost all come with a price tag.
San Luis Obispo’s city manager announced the actions that will be taken against the city’s police chief after she admitted to leaving her gun in a restaurant bathroom, and the decision has the community talking.
With the temperatures heating up, some residents in north county are having to blast those A/C units, but when one of them breaks down, it could create a sticky situation.
Hundreds of people at Central Park Plaza in Santa Maria and Heritage Park in Arroyo Grande gathered in support of immigrant rights.
Residents living in Nipomo say they have been smelling what they call very bad odors from the water treatment plant.
A decision was made on the residents’ appeal, which called for the taqueria to close an hour early, and commissioners voted three to two, in favor of Taqueria Santa Cruz Express shutting down at nine p.m.
When you think of emergency response, firefighters, paramedics and police are probably the first people that come to mind. But there’s another group that’s on-call and ready to assist at all times.
Volunteers from two cities came together to help their communities safely celebrate the Fourth of July.
People from all over the United States came to celebrate the Fourth of July at Pismo.
Noise complaints could force a San Luis Obispo restaurant to close its doors early.
Drivers aren’t the only ones feeling the impact of a tax increase at the pump. The SLO Food Bank may face new hurdles in helping to feed nearly 30,000 people.
The City of Grover Beach is looking to update the city’s sign ordinance, and while it’s in the early stages, not everyone is happy about it.