A controversial, dark gray three-story building in the heart of downtown San Luis Obispo must get a new paint job, the City Council decided Tuesday, October 3, 2017. Some people said they liked the project’s charcoal gray facade at Santa Rosa and Marsh streets. But others called it "hideous." Take a look at the building ... what do you think?
Nick WilsonThe Tribune
Is this new building in downtown SLO 'hideous'?
Butterflies are fluttering in Pismo — but there are half as many as last year
Up-and-coming magician (and Cal Poly student) shows off his best tricks
Meet Holly and Pepper: 2 full-figured shelter dogs who need forever homes
Highway 101 looks like a road again — watch the latest update
Sledding in SLO? Snow Night brings mini-Winter Wonderland to downtown
WWII veteran shares stories of the war at SLO County lunch honoring soldiers
What it's like to be a 'Dreamer': SLO immigrant shares his worries
Hurricane-force winds push huge waves into Morro Bay Harbor
Sunrise to sunset: Timelapse shows a day in the life of Bishop Peak
Watch moon jellies dance in the water at Monterey Bay Aquarium
Cal Poly professor discusses massive tree die-offs in California
Students in 'March Against Rape Culture' tell Cal Poly: #TimesUp
About 14,000 monarch butterflies are fluttering around the Pismo Monarch Butterfly Grove — a huge decrease from the 28,000 last year. Drought, fire and mudslides have likely impacted their population. You can see them on the Central Coast until about February 2018.
Between 400 and 500 personnel have worked 24 hours a day to clear Highway 101 of a "catastrophic, Biblical proportion of mud" after the Montecito mudslides shut the road down Tuesday, January 9, 2018. The mudflow was 750 yards long, 70 yards wide and 15-20 feet deep. Anthony Wagner, public information officer with the Santa Barbara Police Department, gave a Facebook Live update of the Highway 101 progress.
Grab your gloves and beanies: Snow Night returned to the downtown Farmers Market in San Luis Obispo on Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018, at Chorro and Higuera streets. Children of any age were invited to sled down the sledding hill. There was also a play area for children ages 5 and younger.
LTJG Joseph E. Brocato, US Navy, hosted a lunch for 10 World War II veterans at the San Luis Obispo Country Club. Five officers who served after that war also attended. Thomas Coryell shares a story of his time on the USS Washington.
Matias Bernal, who relies on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, talks about what it's like to be a "Dreamer" — an immigrant who was brought to the United States illegally as a child. Bernal is the interim associate director of RISE in San Luis Obispo.
The Central Coast saw the biggest waves of the year on Thursday, January 18, 2018 — and they were expected to get even bigger than the ones shown here at Morro Bay Harbor. The big surf was caused by a 967-millibar storm with hurricane-force winds.
Highway 101 near Montecito remains closed, underwater and covered in mud almost a week after the deadly mudslides and floods hit the Santa Barbara County town. Caltrans continues to work to cleanup the highway; as of Monday, January 15, 2018, crews hoped to have the road open the week of Jan. 22.
A large convoy of septic trucks, big rigs and motorcycles snaked their way up Highway 101 from Santa Maria to Morro Bay on Saturday, January 13, 2018, in honor on Al Beavers, owner of Al's Septic Pumping Service. He died Dec. 1. Among the stops: Morro Rock, where they took a photo of the 50-plus vehicles at the base of the Rock.