Memorial Day is a reminder not all troops can be welcomed home. But a local couple is being honored for their tireless work to make sure those who are, get a hero's welcome.
Cheryl and Robert Tolan's organization, "Welcome Home Military Heroes", meets at local airports to welcome and... more »
Some homeless people in San Luis Obispo will now be able to park their cars and RV's overnight in the Prado Day Center, which is a facility for homeless people, located off Prado Road.
The city council voted unanimously to allow 5 parking spots to become available.
The... more »
We have a challenge for you. It's easy but it will make a big difference. Dig around in your purse, wallet, car or even your couch cushions. Thursday is Hunger Awareness Day on the Central Coast and we're asking everyone to done $1 to the Food banks of San Luis... more »
Over 20 local non profit healthcare agencies helped put on Day of the Child at the Oceano Community Center on Sunday.
Nearly 500 local kids and adults attended the free event, which offered health screenings and activities.
Participating agencies included: Arroyo Grande Community Hospital, Community Health Centers of... more »
Whether it's "Green Eggs and Ham," "The Cat in the Hat" or "Horton Hears a Who," kids across the Central Coast will be catching up on some of Dr. Seuss' best-known stories in honor of his birthday. Dr. Seuss, or Theodore Geisel, would've been 106-years-old Tuesday. Each year, schools and... more »
NEW YORK (AP) - Earth's days may have gotten a little bit shorter since the earthquake in Chile. But don't feel bad if you haven't noticed.
A NASA scientist says the difference would be only about one-millionth of a second.
Richard Gross and his colleagues at the Jet Propulsion... more »