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On today's TBC Five @ 4, Bakersfield's own Derek Carr is now the highest-paid player in the National Football League, a man who shot a co-worker dead at Alta Sierra Ski Resort is sentenced to 14 years in prison, the Trout's Nightclub closing is confirmed, and much more.

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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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TBC Five @ 4 covers a possible record heatwave with rolling blackouts, the planning commission's discussion about the City of Bakersfield's oversight for the East Hills mall makeover, Congressman Kevin McCarthy's attendance at the annual congressional baseball game, and more.

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TBC FIVE at 4 tackles Kern County water issues, the latest on the NBA playoffs game 5 and the closing arguments in the case Dennis Bratton - who is accused of stomping his cell mate to death. 

  • BY MIKE GRIFFITH mgriffith@bakersfield.com
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Scott Pounds first took to a race track 43 years ago. At age 58 he's still going strong. And winning races. 

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Today's show takes a look at the in depth coverage that involving former FBI Director James Comey in tomorrow's paper, plus - a look at a local runner who is headed to the NCAA and the pros and cons of the PACE program. 

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Liberty sophomore Daniel Viveros tosses a 60-5 shot put throw to advance to the state finals in fourth place Friday at the CIF State Track & Field Championships.

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Aaliyah Wilson, a little more than an hour after falling in the 100-meter hurdles, wins her heat in the girls 100 meters in a wind-legal personal record of 11.75 seconds. That qualified her for Saturday's state final.

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Stockdale junior Aaliyah Wilson was among the state's leaders in the girls 100-meter hurdles entering the CIF State Track & Field Championships. She was running next to national leader Tara Davis of Agoura – and essentially keeping up – when she clipped a hurdle, lost her balance and cra…