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The next couple of days will bring a mix of rain, chance of thunderstorms, cooler temperatures and clear skies... [Read More]
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It was an unforgettable season for the Arroyo Grande boys basketball team, and assistant coach Spencer Berry had a lot to do with, but just... [Read More]
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New coronavirus testing guidelines include health care providers not needing to screen for other illnesses and mild symptoms like runny nose and sore throat are... [Read More]
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In our "We're Open Central Coast" segment, we are shining a light on the businesses that make up our community and are staying open.Tognazzini's Dockside... [Read More]
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We want to feature YOUR sports videos on KSBY. Send us a sports-related video, and we will try and feature it during our sportscast. Click... [Read More]
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Locally-started moving company Meathead Movers is looking to provide the community with jobs when they're needed the most. They're looking forward to when the pandemic... [Read More]
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The heaviest rain has fallen but cold unstable air is going to linger over the Central Coast... [Read More]
In Santa Barbara County, health officials don't expect the area will hit its peak until sometime in May. San Luis Obispo County officials said they... [Read More]
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Morro Bay City Council members and the city manager are forgoing their stipends for the remainder of the year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. [Read More]
A San Luis Obispo County resident recovering from COVID-19 is speaking out about her diagnosis. [Read More]
Santa Barbara County is reporting 18 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of cases to 192 as of Monday, April 6. [Read More]
A local business developer has been charged with securities fraud, financial elder abuse, and grand theft, and a warrant is out for his arrest. [Read More]
It's intended to house patients that are too sick to be at home but not quite sick enough to need major hospital care like ventilation. [Read More]
The number of inmates testing positive at the Lompoc prison for COVID-19 is on the rise. [Read More]
In an effort to maintain social distancing, the City of Morro Bay is encouraging one-way pedestrian traffic along sidewalks on the Embarcadero. [Read More]
The county is urging anyone with symptoms of COVID-19 -- fever, cough, or shortness of breath -- to call a doctor or urgent care center... [Read More]
Like many companies, Giovanni's Fish Market and Galley in Morro Bay is seeing an overall drop in business during the coronavirus pandemic, but the market's... [Read More]
Santa Barbara police are asking for help locating a man considered to be at-risk. [Read More]
A man from Paso Robles was killed in a crash in Napa last week. [Read More]
The Better Business Bureau says scam calls to local businesses are "revving up." [Read More]
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