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Mid-State Fair celebrates 4-H and FFA with art installation

The California Mid-State Fair recently installed “Blue Clover” in downtown San Luis Obispo. It’s part of CowParade SLO County and is located in front of the […]Full Article

Prescribed burn scheduled

Burn near Pozo slated for Wednesday – Cal Fire, in cooperation with local ranchers will conduct a 75-acre prescribed burn on Wednesday, Oct. 12. The […]Full Article

‘Airport Day’ to be celebrated in San Luis Obispo

No cost airplane rides available to children – The San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport will be hosting Airport Day on Oct. 15. Combined with […]Full Article

San Salvador departs Morro Bay

Replica ship en route to home port of San Diego –The replica of the San Salvador departed from Morro Bay around 2:30 Monday afternoon en […]Full Article

Update: Missing senior citizen found

Update posted Friday, 2:30 p.m.: On Oct. 7, at approximately 11 a.m., San Luis Obispo Police Officers, acting on additional information received this morning, conducted […]Full Article

Spanish Galleon anchors in Morro Bay

Ship will set sail for San Diego on Monday –The replica of the San Salvador is attracting large crowds in Morro Bay. The Spanish Galleon […]Full Article

Paso Robles artist exhibiting at SLO Museum of Art

Exhibit opens Nov. 18 – The San Luis Obispo Museum of Art presents Intersecting California’s National Parks, an exhibition of paintings by Paso Robles artist Leslie […]Full Article

Man found dead in hotel swimming pool

Body found in swimming pool of San Luis Bay Inn in Avila Tuesday –On Tuesday, an 89-year-old man, now identified as Murrieta resident Leonardo Batris, was […]Full Article

Pacific Wildlife Foundation to host, ‘Soupabration’ Nov. 6

  Event raises money for organization to rescue and rehabilitate injured or ill wildlife Over a dozen Central Coast chefs will bring their best soup to […]Full Article

Man dies after falling from Anderson building in San Luis Obispo

Police have not determined if the fall was accidental or criminal in nature –A 72-year-old man has been pronounced dead after falling from the Anderson […]Full Article