The Kern County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a Rosamond woman suspected of killing her husband earlier this month.
San Joaquin Community Hospital hosts free lectures and lunches as part of their ongoing Community Education Series
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- Northeast Bakersfield gets a bit more Urbane
- KHSD board to consider settlement of teacher complaints
- PG&E looks to sell Kern Canyon, Tule River Hydroelectric facilities
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- KCSO recovers five stolen cars during property search
Tomorrow is the first day of summer in Kern County and Mother Nature has made sure to remind us there are 93 days until the arrival of fall.
As many an Internet meme has pointed out, "tacocat" spelled backward is ... "tacocat." There isn't usually much to do with a palindrome besides find it mildly amusing, but a local organization is taking this one to the next level in a way we can all get behind.
There aren't many entities in town that can claim 125 years. Bakersfield itself was first incorporated 145 years ago, so for any group to be more than 100 years old it had to put itself together while the city was still new.
Calling all Corvette-lovers: There's an event coming up that is sure to be right up your alley.
SAN DIEGO – A Bakersfield native and 2016 West High School graduate is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, which recently returned from a 7-month deployment.
Sport Mods headline five divisions of competition on Saturday night at Bakersfield Speedway.
Cal State Bakersfield’s 2018 women's volleyball schedule is highlighted by two tournaments at the Icardo Center.
The widow and nine children of attorney Benjamin Greene filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the Bakersfield Track Club today, on the one-year anniversary of Greene's death.
Caltrans has announced lane closures on State Route 99 from 3 a.m. to 3 p.m., Wednesday, weather permitting.
Bakersfield has a love-hate relationship with fireworks. They crackle and glow and shower the air with colored sparks — and kids love ‘em.
The Kern County Homeless Collaborative has adopted a new 10-year plan to end homelessness in the county, and the Kern County Board of Supervisors has assigned a new coordinator to help get the job done.
Multi-platinum performers Los Tigres Del Norte and Alejandro Fernandez are joining forces for the 2018 Rompiendo Fronteras U.S. tour — an extensive late summer and fall tour across the United States as part of Fernandez’s ongoing Rompiendo Fronteras World Tour. That U.S. tour includes a stop…
I've had only one opportunity in the past year to gauge Kevin McCarthy's reaction to his nickname, bestowed on him by a man for whom nicknames generally reflect some degree of disdain. At first sniff, Donald Trump's "My Kevin" pet name for the House majority leader would seem to reflect a ce…
Bakersfield College is hosting more than 100 middle-and-high school students this summer to help them learn about science, technology, engineering and math. Oh, and how to build an electric guitar.
The Bakersfield College 2018 Summer STEM Academy includes classes in 3D design and printing, guitar building, architecture and design and others in the Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics fields. An application process was used to select students from Jr High, Middle School, and…
The Kern High School District is looking to make significant changes to a few of its policies, largely regarding student immigration status.
Just a year after it opened, Happy Hour Bar & Tapas has closed.
- Altercation at Bakersfield Speedway leaves one hospitalized
- Maxwell's serves notice it will soon close
- Mary K. Shell: Beloved, trailblazing former mayor dies at 91
- Family of late attorney Ben Greene files lawsuit against Bakersfield Track Club
- As we wave goodbye to Trout's nightclub, only its modest bench survives
- Trevor Horn's Top-50: Kern County football preseason players to watch
- Bakersfield home builder no longer facing felonies, but court case ongoing regarding allegations he unlawfully gave son's Camaro to a friend
- Against all odds, Oildale action team won't quit
- Mongols affiliates planned Bakersfield attack on Hells Angels days in advance of fundraiser, reports say
- Man killed after slamming into pickup in south Bakersfield intersection identified.
After Donald Trump's election in 2016, then-President Barack Obama asked whether his administration's liberal, forward-looking policies had been too much, too soon for American voters, according to a new book by his deputy national security adviser, Ben Rhodes. "Maybe we pushed too far," Oba…
CSUB has a new president at its helm, Dr. Lynnette Zelezny. She comes to us from CSU Fresno where she was a dynamic presence and an astonishing program builder. Bakersfield now has two rock solid exemplars of the best a university system can produce and use to build a first class university:…
I am in awe of all the hand wringing and tears about illegal immigrants and their children being separated. It all boils down to two words that are sadly lacking in our world today: personal responsibility. Those that migrate from their country of origin know darn well the risks associated w…