The City Council meeting had seven voting members Wednesday for the first time in six months.
In today's edition of TBC's Five @ 4, it's a sad day at CALM after the passing of Sophie, the donkey that was the last of the original animals at the santuary.
A Tehachapi Unified School District official outlined Tuesday night what the district is doing to address state findings that some of its special education services are out of compliance — and was promptly questioned by school board members and the public.
Before this week, 13-year-old Summeyya Page had already paved a career path in her mind: she’d be either a police officer or a nurse in the maternity ward.
What's on your store wish list for the East Hills Mall?
In today's edition of TBC's Five at Four, we take a look at the new front-runner for a local state senate seat, readers 'wish-lists' for businesses they want to see put in the East Hills Mall.
Two fundamental visions for how to manage forests — specifically the Giant Sequoia National Monument — clashed around the Kern County Board of Supervisors over the past five days.
Connie Conway of Visalia is changing political course.
Summer programs are keeping families busy but are the fruits of these activities just for them? Luckily, the efforts of hard-working younger thespians will be open to the public this weekend as three theater programs hold their performances.
Rickey Bird, the driving force behind Hectic Films, isn’t one to stay still or keep quiet. He's too busy balancing as many spinning plates as he can.
Wine lovers always have their favorites, and at an event on Friday, they can use their refined tastes to determine a winner as two wine regions go head to head.
After being diagnosed with what would turn out to be an inoperable, fatal brain tumor, Dan McGuire was asked by his wife, Amy, if he wanted to complete his bucket list in the time he had left.
While sometimes you want to get out and celebrate a holiday, there are plenty of reasons to chill this Fourth of July. If your home festivities include watching some television this weekend, we have some suggestions.
Every so often, one song will kill you. Slay you. Drive you to your knees where you can give thanks to the musical gods.
Julio Alcantar’s highly competitive nature doesn’t have an off switch.
Every time Ariane Skeggs jumps in the water at the start of a race, the only opponent she is focused on beating is the clock.
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