15th Annual Djs for Pjs Pajama Drive


15 years of pajamas… 15 years of providing comfort for those at local shelters and agencies… And, 15 years in partnership with Golden One Credit Union! New in 2023, welcome Farm Supply! Show your love by donating

C.S.U.s To Require Vaccines

Cal Poly faculty, staff, and students will be required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 if they access campus facilities during the upcoming fall session. According to university President Jeffrey Armstrong, Cal Poly students living on campus for

Anthem Blue Cross Dignity Health Contract Dispute

A contract dispute between Anthem Blue Cross and Dignity Heath has thousands of Central Coast residents looking for alternatives. Negotiations between the two companies broke down earlier this month. Now Dignity Health hospitals, including Marian, French, and

Paso City Fire Makes Quick Work Of Vegetation Fire

Paso Robles City fire Department responded to a small vegetation fire yesterday afternoon. The fire broke out on the backlot of property on Black Oak Drive at around 4 o’clock. Officials say the flames were contained before

Authorities I.D. Fatal Crash Victim

Investigators have identified the man who died in an off-road accident at the Oceano Dunes over the weekend. State Park rangers say, 32-year-old Alejandro Espinoza Ruiz of Santa Maria was fatally injured in a crash Saturday afternoon.

Eviction Ban Ends June 30th

The federal and California ban on evictions for unpaid rent expires at the end of the month. Now Governor Gavin Newsom and lawmakers are negotiating to possibly extend the ban. Newsom proposes using federal coronavirus aid to

Lompoc Woman Pleads Guilty To Murder Charge

A Lompoc woman has pleaded guilty to a charge of second-degree murder in the death of her neighbor. 37-year-old Melissa Martin entered the plea yesterday. Investigators say her neighbor, 74-year-old Eldri Terese Jauch died from blunt force

People Heading To The Beach To Stay Cool

Hot, and dry, conditions on the Central Coast have many people heading to the beaches to escape the heat. Coastal businesses, especially rental shops, are seeing an increase in foot traffic. An extreme heat warning issued has

Mask Or No Mask

To mask, or not to mask at work. That seems to be the question now that California is fully reopened. While it’s nice to see people’s faces again, some businesses may still require face coverings to enter,