Buffalo Wild Wings is raising money for sports programs at Boys & Girls Clubs nationwide this month.
The former Cal State Bakersfield College Republican leader arrested Monday for embezzling a reported $60,000 from Lengthwise Brewing in Bakersfield was involved in an internal battle between California College Republican factions this year.
Despite Chevron's announcement this week that it would reassign or lay off roughly 300 employees in the coming months, energy insiders say they do not expect, even amid waning petroleum prices, further cuts in the Kern County oil patch.
Coming up on today’s TBC Five @ 4… A convicted killer may catch a break, the City of Bakersfield gets a cease and desist letter, and what events are coming up this weekend. Catch The FIVE @ 4 every weekday at 4 p.m. on bakersfield.com.
A former coordinator of events at Bakersfield's Fox Theater who was accused by a concert promoter earlier this year of disappearing with more than $150,000 in event receipts has filed for bankruptcy.
Defense attorneys for convicted killer Dennis Bratton are seeking to postpone his sentencing next week after learning the victim's sister — a prosecution witness — was arrested earlier this year on suspicion of embezzling $300,000.
Did you know you can adopt more than just cats and dogs from Kern County Animal Services? You can also adopt pigs, goats, sheep, chickens, roosters, rabbits, fish, guinea pigs and horses.
Evelyn Elliott of Bakersfield, a retired pharmacist, stepped up to the plate when Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico.
Members of the community came out to show their support Wednesday for local victims of the Las Vegas shooting on Oct. 1, as well as their families.
The past president of the College Republicans organization at Cal State Bakersfield has been accused of stealing tens of thousands of dollars from his employer, KGET-TV reported Wednesday.
A memorial service held for Las Vegas shooting victim Bailey Schweitzer on Wednesday portrayed a young, giving woman who treasured her family — and they her.
Are you interested in taking your writing up a notch? Honing the craft often comes with discovery and practice of different ideas and techniques. On Saturday, poet and Cal State Bakersfield educator Matthew Woodman will present “Using Metaphors to Open Doors: Strategy and Technique for Poetr…
These four dogs at Kern County Animal Services are looking for their forever homes. Can you help?
We often hear back from readers — with both good and bad news — and it's far preferable when it's positive. So it was a welcome email this week from Doris Duquette, who has proven herself both a friend (actually capital F Friend) of the Kern County Library as well as local theater.
Kids love many things but two of the top ones have got to be candy and zoo animals. They can enjoy both of those this weekend at CALM.
Denny's calls itself America's Diner but thanks to a remodel, one local restaurant in the chain is now more like Bakersfield's Diner. Of course, we can share it with anyone who visits.
Turning 21 is always cause for a celebration and when "party" is already in the name, it's a recipe for joy. That's exactly what the Cal State Bakersfield Alumni Association is cooking up this Friday for its annual Party in the Park.
Liberty football coach Bryan Nixon doesn’t mince words about going 0-4 in September.
Highland’s football team preaches the same moniker that many sports teams follow: Every game is important. No matter the opponent, the Scots try to prepare for and play every game like they all have the same level of significance.
Wasco High School football coach Rick Stewart is stepping down from his position after being diagnosed with leukemia.