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Softec presents Student Robotics Expo Sept. 29

Air, ground and underwater robots created by local students and robotics companies will be on display Softec, The Central Coast Software and Technology Association, recently […]Full Article

Cuesta to host Student Success Festivals

Cuesta College is gearing up to host two Student Success Festivals in order to help students get through college successfully. The festivals will be held […]Full Article

Morro Bay celebrate’s its 50th anniversary with a parade

Morro Bay celebrated its 50th anniversary as a city with a parade through town Saturday. Jeff Weidler of Paso Robles had the honor of driving […]Full Article

Caltrans hosting sustainable transportation planning grant workshop

Caltrans will host a transportation planning grant workshop on Tuesday, Sept. 16, from 10 a.m. until noon at the San Luis Obispo County Library, Community […]Full Article

Caltrans and CHP warn on Labor Day weekend traffic

Caltrans and the California Highway Patrol issued an alert reminding motorists to drive safely this Labor Day weekend and during the rest of the summer […]Full Article

League of Women Voters to host panel on higher education

Presidents of Cal Poly and Cuesta to discuss affordability and accessibility of a college education in SLO County The League of Women Voters of San […]Full Article

Bay Area rocked by 6.0-magnitude earthquake

A powerful earthquake shook the Bay Area early this morning, the US Geological Survey reports. The 6.0-magnitude temblor struck at about 3:20 a.m. north of […]Full Article

Diablo Canyon Unit 2 returned to full power

Operators at Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant safely returned Unit 2 to full power on Thursday, the company reports. The […]Full Article

Caltrans working to reduce road-side water consumption

Caltrans is installing “smart irrigation” controllers, a recycled-water pipeline, and low-flow fixtures to cut its water use along state highways throughout the Central Coast. “As […]Full Article

8,900 students start fall semester at Cuesta College

The fall 2014 semester at Cuesta College is underway. Classes began on Monday, Aug. 18; currently, nearly 8,900 students have registered for courses offered on […]Full Article