It had been almost three years since Alec Daily’s last start to go at least five innings — which happened on March 31, 2015. But after two missed seasons recovering from Tommy John surgery, the Cal State Bakersfield pitcher put an exclamation point on his return this season with no-hitter th…
Easter is coming and Jesus will rise as miraculously as the Parkerhouse rolls coming out of the oven for your holiday supper. Of course, if you're not in the mood to cook, plenty of local restaurants and businesses will make sure your family is fed.
"Fake news," President Trump said in December of a New York Times report that his relationship with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was frayed to the point of breaking. March 13: Trump fires Tillerson and later tells reporters the move had been "a long time" in the making.
If the Bakersfield Sikh community gets its way, there could soon be a major change to Stonecreek Park in Southwest Bakersfield.
Make no mistake about it, the Bakersfield Condors are here to serve the Edmonton Oilers
To some, downtown Bakersfield is a dirty, blighted example of underinvestment.
A fix to a notorious rural San Luis Obispo County intersection has received funding by the state.
Bakersfield College’s football team officially has its dates to look forward to for the 2018 season.
At 54 years of age, former Arvin resident Tom Devitt is enjoying life touring the country with his wife, Sharene.
After a more than 10-hour closure Friday, Highway 223 from Arvin to the intersection of Highway 58 reopened as of 2:25 p.m., said Caltrans District 6 public information officer Christian Lukens.
An officer-involved shooting Wednesday evening that resulted in no injuries occurred when a Bakersfield police officer mistook a cellphone for a weapon, police said Friday.
Multiple witnesses to a shooting in Lake Isabella earlier this month say the incident occurred as a result of the shooter's flying a drone over nearby residences and yards, raising privacy concerns, according to court documents that recently became available.
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The axiom "the customer is always right" was never truer than at Amestoy's on the Hill. So when regular attendees of the annual Chile Verde Cook-off decried plans to move it away from the northeast bar, owner Mike Miller granted the event a stay.
With soggy hills and a chill in the air, it's not hard to imagine you're not in Bakersfield this week. The forecast has this storm subsiding by this weekend, which heralds the annual Kern County Scottish Games and Gathering, but organizers aren't worried.
When Fairfax Elementary School District, a small district on Bakersfield's east side, requests bidders for construction projects, Superintendent Michael Coleman already knows what to expect — the same two or three contractors.
The last two times “Glamour Fatale: Battle of the Salons" came to Bakersfield, it was a multi-week extravaganza of hair and beauty competition. For this year's contest, it's thrown down the glitzy gauntlet, packing a fierce contest into one evening of spectacle.
China's participation in the world economy has both lifted hundreds of millions of its own people out of poverty and benefited Americans by expanding access to consumer goods. China's stubborn adherence to mercantilism, though, is a real problem, both for the United States and for the Chines…
I write you from the infusion room at a community hospital. I'm here not as a patient but as a driver and companion of an elderly friend being treated for cancer. Right now, he's attached to a chemo bag and snoozing. Let me share some observations.
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