A fire broke out inside Smart & Final Extra! on Johnson Avenue Monday afternoon. Employees and customers were evacuated as San Luis Obispo Fire went into the building. No one appeared to be injured at the scene. Smoke could be seen from the roof of the store. Smart & Final employee Kaylee Benting was about […]
Update Tuesday evening, September 22 The Lopez fire that began Saturday afternoon is now 70 percent contained, according to Cal Fire. As of Tuesday evening at 6:00 pm, there have been four minor injuries from the Lopez fire, but no structures have been reported destroyed. A Cal Fire press release states that residents in the […]
Cal Poly architecture students are helping redesign Paradise, California after the November 2018 Camp Fire burned most of Butte County, killing 86 people and destroying 13,900 homes. Two architecture studio classes, taught by professors Stacey White and Kent Macdonald, are reimagining Paradise throughout their two-quarter course where students will redesign the buildings and many aspects […]
About fifty million trees are estimated to have been killed by Sudden Oak Death on the West Coast alone. That number is rising every day.
An associate professor’s study is analyzing biodiversity and plant growth in the wake of hillside fires at Cal Poly.
Cal Fire spokesperson shared fire prevention and safety tips to kick of Fire Prevention Week.
Week of Welcome 2018 kicked off with an exciting move-in weekend filled with protests, fires and a power outage.
Giuseppe’s Cucina Italian Restaurant has reopened its doors after being closed for a year and a half.
Hot coals were thrown into the dumpster, which UPD and the San Luis Obispo Fire Department extinguished.
Fire Chief Garret Olson reassured residents San Luis Obispo air quality is being monitored efficiently.
This article will be continuously updated as the fire develops.