California could be the first state in the nation with a statewide ethnic studies curriculum.
The new school year starts in just a few weeks, and for some families, stocking up on the necessary supplies can be a financial burden.
The actual concert is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at Mission San Luis Obispo, but some music lovers got a free sneak peek.
Santa Barbara is celebrating 95 years of its Old Spanish Days Fiesta.
Today marks the official start to shark week, and what started out on the Discovery Channel has now been embraced by researchers and educators on the Central Coast.
The San Luis Obispo Library partnered with Shower the People to cut the ribbon on a new portable public shower unit and give people free showers on Sundays.
The state of California will be paying close to $60 million in student loans for 247 California physicians, with the trade off being those doctors will see more Medi-Cal patients.
Students in 4-H and FFA are showing their animals at the California Mid-State Fair.
The Paul Nelson Aquatic Center in Santa Maria is holding a Free Swim Day on Sunday.
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Here are some of the events happening across the Central Coast.
The City of Santa Maria recognized it’s community Thursday with its annual awards gala.
The California Mid-State Fair and the Central Coast Brewer’s Guild announced the Brewmaster of the Year at the second annual Craft Beer Tasting & Awards.
A Central Coast business owner served lunch Thursday to help out the Salvation Army in Santa Maria.
Amongst the carnival rides, fried foods, and farm animals, local florists are competing at the California Mid-State Fair.
A year after its first cancellation in more than 40 years, the Lompoc Valley Kennel Club’s annual dog show is returning to Lompoc’s Ryon Park.
The San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office hosted its annual awards ceremony Thursday to recognize its deputies and honor one special new member of the department.
The San Luis Obispo Library is partnering with Shower the People to offer free showers on Sundays.
Students in Santa Maria are taking a break from summer vacation to learn about careers in science, technology, engineering, and math.
Warmer temperatures on Wednesday didn’t stop people from attending the California Mid-State Fair.
Some special kids on the Central Coast got to cool off at the beach during a surf clinic in Cayucos Wednesday.