Cal Poly recalls student-made chocolate bars for possible contamination

The chocolate bars are allegedly contaminated with undeclared allergens including peanuts, milk and soy.

Who wore their lederhosen best at Beer Fest?

Cast your vote for Best Dressed.

ECOSLO to hold workday at Bishop Peak

ECOSLO also puts on a number of docent and ranger-lead hikes throughout San Luis Obispo County.

Mustang News Weekly Recap, Nov. 21, 2013: Themed party sparks debate, Meningitis outbreak reaches Central Coast

Christina Favuzzi and Trent Merfeld [follow id= “ChristinaFav”][follow id= “MerfyMerf”] Mustang News anchors Christina Favuzzi and Trent Merfeld recap Mustang News’ biggest stories this week.

Weekly Weather Forecast, Nov. 21, 2013

Briana Whitney [follow id= “BrianaWhitney”] Mustang News reporter Briana Whitney has Cal Poly’s weekly weather forecast. She looks at how students are feeling the impact from severe storms in the Mid West.

Weekly Weather Forecast, Nov. 14, 2013

Olivia DeGennaro [follow id= “LivDeGennaro”] Mustang News weather reporter Olivia DeGennaro has your five day forecast for the weekend.

Valley Fever cases rise on Central Coast

Dust spores are flying, and cases of Valley Fever are on the rise on the Central Coast.

Five things you didn’t know about The Band Perry

Mustang Daily spoke with the band in advance of its upcoming California Mid-State Fair performance on July 23.

Downtown Farmer's Market: History and Vendors

Downtown San Luis Obispo’s Farmer’s Market is famous throughout the Central Coast. Learn more about it’s history and get to know some of the people behind the tables.

Aquatic recreationists keep sharks on radar in Central Coast waters

Dean said he was to the right of Spooner’s cover, on an outer reef break about 100 yards out. He was going over a wave and saw a shark fin about 40 feet beyond his friend.

Great whites, man and nature collide on ocean

Great whites have been around for 350 million years and the ocean is clearly their domain, but they really aren’t after terrestrial human flesh. Many locals and visitors in the central coast have a conditioned and very real fear of sharks. In many cases it’s the number one reason people won’t enter the ocean water, aside from the chilliness.