One in five people will experience a mental illness during their lifetime, Mental Health America said. To spread awareness about mental illness, the United States has observed Mental Health Awareness Month every May […]
The revision provides updates of the revenues, expenditures and reserve estimates based on the latest economic changes.
With the arrival of May comes many things. The beginning of a new season, the realization that 2020 is almost halfway complete, the hope for the COVID-19 pandemic to slow, […]
Students from California universities are demanding refunds for mandatory student fees in a class-action lawsuit filed Monday, after campuses across the country shifted to online learning due to the COVID-19 […]
On Wednesday morning, the San Luis Obispo Sheriff’s Office announced they are serving another search warrant in the ongoing case of Kristin Smart.
“What’s been more notable is the drop off in passengers,” Bumen said. “You can see that everyday. Look at the parking lot, it’s empty.”
San Luis Obispo County has declared COVID-19 a public health emergency and a local emergency at a news conference Friday morning, despite no confirmed cases of coronavirus in San Luis […]
As other campuses close and move to online classes, Cal Poly is releasing new details about their response to coronavirus.
The National Weather Service (NWS) declared a flash flood warning in San Luis Obispo County as heavy rainfall, thunder and lightning hit the Central Coast Tuesday afternoon. The flash flood […]
As of March 1, 2020 there have already been 381 fires, according to Cal Fire. This is more than triple the number of fires at this time in 2019.
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