Protesters gathered in Bakersfield on Tuesday to voice their concerns about the direction the Trump administration is taking the country.
1 Donald Trump has issued a travel ban. Meanwhile, the president of Iceland says he would ban pineapple on pizza if he could.
The restoration of the boxcar house Merle Haggard lived in when he was young is well underway at Kern Pioneer Village. The restoration is planned to be completed by April 6th, which would have been Merle’s 80th birthday.
Don’t drive with a cracked windshield, or tinted windows or with a rosary hanging from your rearview mirror.
The signs said, “Where is Kevin?” and “Make America sane again.”
A 63-year-old Bakersfield man arrested by city police officers in October died soon after his arrest as a result of injuries he suffered during a struggle with the officers, the Kern County coroner’s office said Tuesday.
BC president named Woman of the Year
It will be the largest egg-production facility Kern County has ever seen, housing more than 3 million chickens and at its peak, producing more than 36 million eggs per month.
With the resignation of Rusty Graham from the Kern County Fair board of directors, Gov. Jerry Brown has the opportunity to appoint a community member who understands the board's obligation to be open, honest and accountable to the public — the same public that makes the fair the most popular…
Shafter Colours Festival kicks off this week but organizers want you to know there's more in store. The community's growing arts scene will not be contained to just one weekend in February; events continue the next two weekends and a Shakespeare festival is planned for May.
Ever since the rise of digital media, people have been ringing the death knell for record stores. With a finger stroke there is instant access to pretty much any song ever, so why would anyone step foot in a brick-and-mortar record store anymore?
Bakersfield College is leading the charge to shine a light for challenging times ahead. Thursday night it will present its own Ghost Light event, asking participants to bring a light source to shine in a show of inclusion.
Bakersfield's creativity will be on full display March 2 when ARTMIX returns to the Bakersfield Museum of Art. The annual spring event brings together the work of local mixologists, restaurants and artists for a night of fun and fundraising.
A close female friend of mine is the epitome of a single issue voter. Even though she mostly identifies with the principles associated with the Democratic Party, she has religiously become a Republican straight ticket voter over the last few election cycles.
Janice Pelham called about the column on McDonald’s, being behind the counter and making my first Egg McMuffin.
High school basketball coaches have enough nightmares, especially when the playoffs arrive, thinking about opposing defenses, wondering if players will step up or whether calls will go their way.
The Bakersfield Christian boys basketball team, after blowing a 25-point lead, trailed by two points late in its Central Section Division IV first round playoff game Wednesday at Foothill.
Responding to a surge in cases and inconsistent reporting practices, Assemblyman Rudy Salas (D-Bakersfield) introduced legislation Tuesday that would allocate millions of dollars to valley fever vaccine research and streamline information sharing.
A Phoenix-based laboratory is capturing detailed images of the fungus that causes valley fever, hoping to better understand how it works.
When Juan Solis shuffles out of his dark bedroom, he’s careful not to get too close to the windows.