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About 8,000 of the flying insects have arrived so far to spend the winter at the grove in Pismo State Beach. A group from Cal Poly called "Monarch Alert" is counting the butterflies, and they say more are arriving every day...They fly thousands of
It happened in an apartment above the Shell Gas station off Five Cities Drive...Investigators say it may be a while before the family can return home because of the water damage...To report a comment, please e-mail us at email@example.com , and
Making restaurants in California safer is the goal of a new law that goes into effect in just a few months. The law will require restaurant employees to learn how to make sure the food they provide to the public is safe. "You could kill somebody...
News Monarch butterflies are returning to the California coast. Folks at Natural Bridges State Beach in Santa Cruz say monarch butterflies are beginning their fall return to the grove there. The butterflies typically stay through the first of the
City to the Sea' attracts record crowds Posted: Oct 9, 2011 4:30 PM by Liza Sullivan Updated: Oct 9, 2011 4:34 PM A record number of runners turned out for the 16th annual City to the Sea half-marathon. The event attracted 17 thousand people from
Dickeys opened in 1941 in Dallas, began franchising in 1994, and is still owned and operated by the Dickey Family. Dickeys Barbecue Restaurants Inc. plans to open more than 40 more franchise locations across the nation in 2011, putting its year-end
by John Reger A couple of Good Question's tonight. Elizabeth Lesniak of San Luis Obispo wants to know: Are there more F-18 jets than usual flying around our area?...Navy jets from other bases frequently practice landings and takeoffs at Vandenberg.
Warnings have been posted at several Central California beaches after three sharks were spotted over the past few days. Pismo Beach fire spokeswoman Jane Schmitz says beaches will remain open but residents should use caution and be aware during ocean
A minivan rolled over near the Five Cities Drive in Pismo just after 5 p.m. on the southbound 101 freeway...To report a comment, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org , and include the name of the story and information on the comment.
Silas is awaiting the official release of her first book title "No Girls Allowed: The Jock and Jill Mentality of Sports Broadcasting." Many folks on the Central Coast may know Silas because she has been the public address announcer for Cal Poly