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Gov. Jerry Brown announced Friday he has commuted the sentence of a woman convicted in a notorious Kern County murder from life in prison without the possibility of parole to 25 years to life.
It's not too early to plan your visit to the 2017 Kern County Fair.
The final two defendants involved in the brutal beating death of a man in a northwest Bakersfield house two years ago have been sentenced.
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The Bakersfield Police Department is looking for a man suspected of robbing Shoe Palace, in the 2700 block of Ming Avenue.
For more than 50 years, L.Q. Jones was a familiar supporting character actor in some 100 films and hundreds more television shows. Lanky, tough and athletic, Jones could tackle any role although was often cast as the "heavy" in westerns and dramas, projecting the "bad guy" image with merely …
A man convicted twice in five years of practicing medicine without a license was sentenced Thursday to two years in prison.
Kern County supervisors will decide whether to dramatically increase regulation of the massage industry on Tuesday.
Ukraine is virtually an "anything goes" zone for American entrepreneurs — as well as for people like the North Koreans. That idea has been reinforced by news reports that a Ukrainian factory sold North Korea rocket engines for intercontinental ballistic missiles, which Pyongyang wants to arm…
For my entire life, I have marched hand-in-hand with disadvantaged people everywhere.
Goal No. 1 in a high school football scrimmage is to keep players healthy with just a week before the regular season begins.
TAFT — In 2014, Liberty girls golf coach Tony Mills wanted to create a tournament locally that would hopefully give local teams a chance to play against top competition around the Central Section early in the season.
Last week I wrote about jump shooting on ditches and canals. Today, let's talk about building stakes and netting blinds on these same waterways. They are easy, quick, and inexpensive to construct, and a proven method of taking quality ducks, mostly mallards.