By declaring a national emergency, President Donald Trump is seizing federal funds to pay for a border wall. That threatens the viability of Constitution’s separation of powers, says dean of San Luis Obispo College of Law.
A new economic development organization, The Hourglass Project, is focusing on a “super region” stretching from Vandenberg Air Force Base in Santa Barbara County to Camp Roberts in San Luis Obispo County.
Black history began with slavery, but it doesn’t end there, writes Daryl Grigsby, a Pismo Beach, California, author. He offers suggestions for celebrating Black History Month and reminds that history is a work in progress.
A Teddy Roosevelt statue proposed in San Luis Obispo has been criticized by the mayor and by The SLO Tribune. In response, organizers made changes, such as including a sign that will discuss TR’s views on race.
President Donald Trump’s promise of a border wall is dividing our nation, writes the former pastor of Old Mission San Luis Obispo. From a government shutdown to fake news, we must regain our American values.
San Luis Obispo County, California, clerk-recorder Tommy Gong responds to criticism of his decision for 2020 election, rather than switch vote-by-mail ballots to everyone, removes local polling places.
PG&E bankruptcy will not jeopardize funding for the 2024-25 shutdown of the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant, says state Sen. Bill Monning, but safe operation of the plant in San Luis Obispo County must remain a top priority.
A member of the Diablo Canyon Decommissioning Engagement Panel suggests that a group independent of PG&E should monitor the closure of California’s last nuclear power plant. Other members of the engagement panel disagree.
The Diablo Canyon decommissioning panel appointed by PG&E is ‘independent-minded’ and should be maintained, says San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace. It reject’s a retired NRC judge’s call for appointment of a new panel.
The federal government’s partial shutdown is depriving us of vital services like meat inspections and small business loans — services paid for through taxes, says former SLO County Supervisor Shirley Bianchi.
Organizers of Women’s March San Luis Obispo clarify: We aren’t part of the national organization, and we condemn anti-Semitism. WMSLO also invites community to join Jan. 19 Truth to Power March starting at Mitchell Park.
President Theodore Roosevelt, who died on Jan. 6, 1919, will be honored with a bronze statue in San Luis Obispo, which he visited in 1903. T.R. inspired a concern for the environment that’s still strong on the Central Coast.
San Luis Obispo County, California, has some of the costliest housing in the US. A program to increase affordability has come together, thanks to work by nonoprofit agencies, home builders and civic leaders.
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo students and alumni who protested defense contractor Raytheon demand an apology from university official Keith Humphrey. They say he’s threatening peaceful protesters on campus.
Cal Poly SLO responds to criticism of the action it took against students who protested against defense contractor Raytheon at a recent career fair. “We embrace free speech” university administrator says.
Ten years ago, Carson Starkey, 18, died after being forced to binge drink at a fraternity event. Since then, his parents have embarked on an awareness campaign in an effort to prevent similar tragedies.
The wildflowers are in bloom in San Luis Obispo County - especially along Highway 58 near the Carrizo Plain National Monument. The especially wet winter has led to an explosion of wildflowers along the Central Coast. The 2017 season is expected to