On today's edition of TBC's 5@4, a lawsuit has been filed against Valley Convalescent Hospital, a Bakersfield native is recognized for her efforts in World War II and a group of auto racers with a retro feel are in action Friday night.
On today's edition of 5@4, local civil rights groups held a press conference about recent Kern High School District settlement, local react to President Trump's announcement to ban transgender in the military and Cody Kessler gets early nod at Cleveland Browns camp.
On today's edition of TBC's 5@4, columnist Lois Henry takes a look at what needs to be done now to keep people out of Kern River, McFarland residents back at the polls and Cal State Bakersfield men's basketball ticket sales on the rise.
In today's edition of TBC's 5@4, a man allegedly took his own life in the parking lot at the Bakersfield Police department, Kern High School District settled a lawsuit and Los Angeles Dodgers ace is reportedly out 4-6 weeks.
In today's edition of the TBC Five@4, we detail new charges against John Giumarra III, examine sinkholes old and new and check out a new update on soaring Valley Fever rates.
In today's edition of the TBC Five@4, the county board of supervisors takes on the Killer Kern, a local convalescent hospital is in big trouble and we take a look at the city council's important night ahead. Plus, a local business was recognized at Comic-Con.
On today's TBC Five@4, find out what Bakersfield Police Chief Lyle Martin told The Californian about the Tatyana Hargrove incident, why Democrats are taking aim at David Valadao and learn about a big breaking story coming up in Wednesday's Californian.
In today's edition of the TBC Five@4, we have updates on a previous charge for a murder suspect, previews of what to expect in the city council's PACE discussion and a story on Sam Lynn Ballpark causing problems for another professional baseball team.
Today's edition of the TBC Five@4 answers questions you might have on the water rate increase and previews Sunday stories on the danger of toxic stress and on figure skating in Kern County.
In today's edition of TBC's Five@4, we commiserate with you on road construction, check in on the State of the City address and have the latest on the Trout's sign saga.
Today's edition of Five@4 examines our story on the rising number of Kern River victims, a local black teenager who claims police brutality, an attack on the Pacific Crest Trail ... and why California drivers might be more polite than you think.
Friday's edition of Five@4 takes you to the memorial service for local attorney Benjamin Greene, examines the impact of the Jehovah's Witness gathering in town this weekend and previews Lois Henry's important Sunday column as well as a couple of weekend sports stories.
In today's edition of Five@4, we check on sentencing in the Matthew Mejia trial, look forward to the first public forum on Kern High School District boundary changes and report on the tragic death of Bakersfield High School's junior varsity basketball coach.
Today's Five@4 has information on a Centennial graduate about to enter a national mock trial competition, the latest in the saga of the missing Trout's sign, fireworks scaring off pets and Bakersfield College re-entering the musical world.
In Monday's TBC Five@4, we take a look at what the city says it's going to cost to make our drinking water safe, the latest on a murder trial for a corrections officer and everything you need to know to make your Fourth of July happy and safe.
On today's TBC FIVE@4, we look ahead to the start of the holiday weekend, will you stay (at home) or go (to work) on Monday with the Fourth of July falling on Tuesday? Californian reporter Steven Mayer looks into that story.
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.
On TBC Five @ 4, Kern High School District will consider attendance boundaries, newest city councilman, Bruce Freeman, will take the ward five seat just in time for the regular meeting, the pros and cons of personal fireworks will be debated in the opinion section, and much more.
On TBC Five @ 4, today is the one-year anniversary of the Erskine fire and the Kern Valley community is marking the occasion with a gathering, the City of Bakersfield has shade quota for shopping center parking lots, a review from Pete Tittl on a new downtown restaurant, and much more.
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.
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…
Today's show takes a look at the Los Angeles Dodger's latest game, what to think about if you're headed to the Kern River, where to cool off this summer and much, much more.
TBC Five @ 4 has the latest on the heat wave that's about to hit Kern County, the US Open Golf Tournament, a third generation family of racers about to head to Famoso and much more!
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.
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.
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.