Bakersfield Life Magazine is proud to partner with the Kern Community Foundation to publish its Charity Giving Guide in the December issue.
Coming up in today’s edition of TBC's FIVE @ 4: Find out how long a Bakersfield woman will have to spend in prison for her role in a murder, where you can take the kids for some fun with the eclipse and how you can get your first day of school pictures in our show and newspaper.
On today's edition of TBC's 5@4: A sentence handed down today for a man who tried to set his neighbor’s house on fire then attacked officers, where a billion dollars of local bond money is going, and how you can make your own pinhole projector so you can see the upcoming solar eclipse safely.
On today's edition of TBC's 5@4: Some local high school students and their parents may have to make plans to change schools, a decade long battle over Los Angeles County using sewage in Kern County is now over, and how you can celebrate International Cat Day today.
On today's edition of TBC's 5@4: House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy talks to The Bakersfield Californian editorial board about healthcare and the impact on Anthem leaving Kern County. Also, the movie theater in Bakersfield with a new look... and special perks.
BVarsity reporter Trevor Horn traveled to nine football practices throughout Kern County during the first week of fall camp leading up to the season openers on Aug. 25.
Hundreds of kids and parents descended on the Kern County Fairgrounds for free backpacks, school supplies, haircuts and immunizations. Dozens of community organizations and leaders were represented to assist families get the help they needed to begin the new school year. Games and face-paint…