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TBC asked its readers to share their clear, cloudy and stormy skies photos. Here are a the submissions. Now we're asking you to share your CSUB basketball spirit. Show your support with the "Cheer on the Runners" poster or by wearing blue and yellow. Send your photos to photos@bakersfield.co…

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Nyx, a professional cosmetics company, is opening a store at the Valley Plaza Mall this month. It is one of fewer than 25 across the country. Makeup fans lined up this week to get a sneak peek of the store like kids in a brightly colored candy store during its soft opening.

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The League of Dreams is an adaptive sports program for athletes ages 5-22 with physical and developmental disabilities. The organization's 11th season's opening ceremonies were Sunday at Sam Lynn Ball Park. 

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Kevin Mershon presents an idea for an app for 8-year-old Conner Randles at the Public Health Hackathon being held at Bakersfield College this weekend. Randles helps the homeless and wants to develop a game called,” Homeless Helpers", that would teach people what to give and what not to give …

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The 2017 Kern County Science Fair kicked off Tuesday, March 14, bringing together some of the best and brightest minds in Kern County. TBC sat down to talk with a few students about why they were passionate about their projects. 

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The drama wasn't quite over. Aly missed both free throws, and Utah Valley still had 0.7 seconds left for a miracle. It didn't happen, with a three-quarter-court shot coming up well short. CSUB had survived with an 81-80 victory in the first four-overtime game in more than 40 years of WAC Tou…

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Here's Rod Barnes opening statement to the media after the game. CSUB found a way to win under extremely difficult circumstances. The Roadrunners will play a familiar foe in New Mexico State for the WAC title Saturday night, with the winner advancing to the NCAA Tournament.

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In the third extra session, CSUB again had a chance to win the game with 4.9 seconds left. Airington had fouled out, so the potential winning shot fell to Dedrick Basile, who beat the buzzer to win last year's WAC Tournament. But his shot wouldn't fall after two agonizing bounces, and the ga…

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With three of its best players fouled out (Airington, Matt Smith and Shon Briggs), CSUB relied on unheralded scorers Brent Wrapp and Fallou N'doye to take an 81-80 lead. Still, Utah Valley had a chance to win the game in the final seconds. Senior guard Ivory Young drove to the basket but was…