A new report commissioned by Cal Poly San Luis Obispo claims the university has an economic impact of more than $1.4 billion on San Luis Obispo and Northern Santa Barbara counties. That number jumped more than $300 million since Cal Poly last contracted a similar study for it’s 2002 -2003 fiscal year. The 60-page study Read More →
Retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, the first woman to serve on the nation’s highest court, recalled during an appearance at Cal State Channel Islands that in order to land her first job as an attorney after graduating high in her class at Stanford Law School, she offered to work for free and share Read More →
After years of development, San Luis Obispo-based Mindbody is rolling out a major corporate wellness platform as it marches toward an initial public offering.
When E.J. Harrison turned to hauling trash to earn money for his family in the middle of the Great Depression, he already had a strong partner — his wife Myra.
Thousands of community and family members affected by Friday night’s tragedy in Isla Vista assembled in UC Santa Barbara’s Storke Plaza on Saturday evening to hold a candlelight vigil in remembrance of Elliot Rodger’s victims.
In the three years since Thousand Oaks approved a development plan for Thousand Oaks Boulevard, a bustling downtown district has taken shape along what was once a drive-by stretch of aging strip malls.
A Santa Barbara eye doctor and a drug that costs $2,000 per dose are at the center of the debate over how to control the spiraling cost of Medicare.