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Truxtun Beale donated the Beale Memorial Clock Tower to Bakersfield in honor of his mother, Mary Edwards Beale, in 1904.

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The 16-year-old stood by the table and meticulously finished off electrical layout plans' edges with blue tape.

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The Brit Floyd concert scheduled for Thursday at the Spectrum Amphitheatre was canceled due to excessive heat. So was the Chesterfield King show slated for the Marketplace Shopping Center the same day.

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An RQ-4 Global Hawk unmanned surveillance aircraft crashed Wednesday in an uninhabited area near Lone Pine, in the eastern Sierra Nevada mountain range, an Edwards Air Force Base public affairs officer said in a news release.

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On TBC Five @ 4, the story of a well-known local lawyer who died after running in 5k race and the question this tragedy raises, how the Boys and Girls Club of Kern County is helping teens learn professional skills, a new magical twist in the magical wizarding world of Harry Potter at Univers…

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“Who’s Larry?” It’s a question many Golden Corral diners have asked after seeing the name written on more donor cards than one could count on a first run through the buffet, the cards covering a wall near the entrance of the Ming Avenue restaurant.

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It's time to match your opinion of Bakersfield's road conditions to the city's.

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If you’re old enough to remember the european Concorde, the last commercial supersonic transport, which ended service in 2003, you may know that while the plane could fly at twice the speed of sound, it was loud and expensive to operate.

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On Friday, one year to the hour after the Erskine Fire started, the Kern Valley community will gather to say thank you to the people who fought the deadly blaze and those who helped rebuild after it was over.

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The brutal heat wave affecting Bakersfield and much of the nation's southwest had a direct effect on air travel between Bakersfield and Phoenix on Tuesday.

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It’s no surprise that when it comes to making summer more magical the Wizarding World of Harry Potter would be a bright star. On Friday, the attraction officially unveils its Nighttime Lights at Hogwarts Castle, a dazzling light display that pays tribute to the Potterverse’s four great houses.

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Considering that some events were canceled due to the heat this week, promoters for Tainted Love, the ultimate 1980s cover group, want you to know they have you covered in terms of cool.

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It's always a party at the downtown bar known as Tiki-Ko, but this Saturday there's a reason. The K Street bar is celebrating its first year in business with a daylong party with food, drink specials and more. 

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Schedules: check. Lessons: check. Gigs: check. Rest: maybe.

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Bandleader Glenn Miller saw his band as an institution, something that would outlive him. Since his death 73 years ago on Dec. 15, 1944, Miller’s band has continued. Why? Because the band, at the insistence of the Glenn Miller estate, has kept its “signature sound.”

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Bakersfield’s furry celebrity Tara the Hero Cat is heading for the TV screen tonight, when she appears in a new episode of “My Cat From Hell.”

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LOS ANGELES — Yasiel Puig hit a three-run homer, Yasmani Grandal added two solo shots and the streaking Los Angeles Dodgers took over first place in the NL West by battering New York Mets pitching again for an 8-2 victory Wednesday night.

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For a second consecutive day, the Kern High School District canceled all summer league sporting events Wednesday because of extreme heat.

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NEW YORK — Yankees manager Joe Girardi finally got to use the overpowering 1-2 at the back of his bullpen, getting innings from Dellin Betances and Aroldis Chapman in the same game for the first time since early May.

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