Prosecutor Eric Smith ended his examination of Jonathan Hearn Friday morning with powerful testimony that he made five calls to his lover, Sabrina Limon, the morning he murdered her husband, as they discussed preparations for the kill, Hearn testified.
A lot of going to the Kern County Fair is about traditions. We all have those one or two (or more) food concessions we have to get, that exhibit we always make sure to check out or the one ride we absolutely must go on.
The rest of year, it’s nothing. Not nothing, but almost nothing. Near enough to nothing that when I drive by the fairgrounds in February, May or in the dead of August, I am flooded by memories of the fair in all its homey, corny and magnificent-in-its-own way glory.
Los Angeles County education officials have launched an investigation into fiscal and legal questions surrounding a small public school district that has been enrolling Catholic school students, including those at St. Francis Parish School in Bakersfield.
One hundred and thirty one people became U.S. citizens during a Special Citizenship And Naturalization Ceremony held at the Beale Library Thursday.
Dominican Republic native Michelle Clark never expected to ever become a U.S. citizen. That all changed when she met Michael Clark of Bakersfield online and fell in love.
The gates opened early Thursday morning during Special Friends Day at the Kern County Fair.
Is Famous Dave’s in danger of becoming the next Elephant Bar?
There is nothing more painful than seeing loved ones suffer from the effects of disease and not understanding the root cause.
The author of the Sept. 22 letter, "Report illegal immigrants," states that every patriotic American should report illegal immigrants that they recognize to the feds, since law enforcement will not.
Hurricanes such as Harvey, Irma and Maria are unstoppable. They rip at our coastlines and tear at our hearts. The yellow, orange, red, even purple colors on the Doppler radar and weather maps this summer have been horrific to see, but that's nothing compared to the images of flooded streets …
They say you can't go home again, and for me, that's been quite literally true.
West High football has experienced some desperate times, so it's fitting that the Vikings' hot start has come in the form of desperate measures: a sophomore running back sensation who was an offensive lineman last year for the Vikings freshman team.
Tye Johnson scored a fumble-return touchdown and on runs of 45 and 44 yards as Frontier defeated Tulare-Mission Oak 35-0 at Tulare Union High on Thursday.