First Look with Scott Cox

  1. Stefani Dias and Scott Cox

    'First Look': Get your party on at local New Year's Eve celebrations

    Thursday, Dec 18 2014 11:26 AM

    It's that time of year again when people start planning weeks in advance for New Year's Eve. Whether it's having a small get-together with friends at home or partying the night away at a lounge or club, time is ticking.

    Thursday on "First Look with Scott Cox," assistant lifestyles editor Stefani Dias talked about the array of places in Bakersfield hosting partys to bring in the new year.

    If you like the club atmosphere, maybe you'd like spending your night at The Padre Hotel at its Fall Down the Rabbit Hole-themed party.

    Whatever event you decide to attend, Dias suggested people buy their tickets fast and not wait until the day of because you might not be able to get in anywhere.

  2. Rachel Cook and Philip Guiry

    'First Look': Rachel Cook says goodbye to California, hello to South Carolina

    Thursday, Dec 18 2014 11:09 AM

    It's always a bittersweet moment when a Bakersfield Californian employee parts ways for another job and in this case, across the country to South Carolina. Rachel Cook, assistant managing editor for niche publications, will be leaving...

  3. Scott Cox and Monty Bryrom

    'First Look': Monty Byrom performs 'White Christmas,' previews New Year's Eve appearance

    Thursday, Dec 18 2014 10:35 AM

    With guitar in hand, Monty Byrom entered the "First Look with Scott Cox" studio Thursday morning in holiday cheer. Byrom crooned to "White Christmas," the greatest Christmas song ever written, he said. To welcome in the new year Byrom...

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    'First Look': First News for Dec. 18

    Thursday, Dec 18 2014 07:43 AM

    Lead stories from "First Look with Scott Cox's" Top Stories: REPORT FINDS HIGH CHILD ABUSE, NEGLECT IN KERN: Kern County children ages 5 and younger are twice as likely as their statewide peers to be victims of abuse and neglect. The new...

  5. Scot Cox and Loius Henry

    'First Look': Lois Henry discuses Bryan Oliver trial outcome

    Wednesday, Dec 17 2014 11:44 AM

    On Tuesday afternoon after Judge John W. Lua declared a mistrial in the Bryan Oliver case, Californian columnist Lois Henry thought about the conversations she'd been having with other staff. "I would hate to be a juror in this trial,"...

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    'First Look': First News for Dec. 17

    Wednesday, Dec 17 2014 08:15 AM

    Lead stories from "First Look with Scott Cox's" Top Stories: MISTRIAL DECLARED IN OLIVER SHOOTING TRIAL; RETRIAL SET FOR JAN. 26: The trial of school shooter Bryan Oliver featured students recounting the terror they felt as Oliver...

  7. Richard Been and Louis Amestoy

    'First Look': TBC leaders talk about Sony leaks

    Tuesday, Dec 16 2014 12:04 PM

    Sony Pictures has been going through some tough times since Nov. 24. That is when hackers broke in to its computer systems and leaked emails and documents revealing inner secrets. Tuesday on "First Look with Scott Cox," Californian...

  8. Enchanted Bridal Boutique

    'First Look': New bridal boutique caters to more than just the bride

    Tuesday, Dec 16 2014 12:02 PM

    Sisters Angela Jourdan and Patricia Helcomb decided to put their passion for making brides' wedding dreams come true and as such, have opened Enchanted Bridal Boutique in southwest Bakersfield. Tuesday on "First Look with Scott Cox," the...

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    'First Look': First News for Dec. 16

    Tuesday, Dec 16 2014 07:28 AM

    Lead stories from "First Look with Scott Cox's" Top Stories: SETTLEMENT NEAR IN 2012 POLICE DOG MAULING CASE: A proposed $500,000 settlement is in the works in the case of a woman whose right ear was nearly bitten off by a Bakersfield...

  10. Della Hodson and Robert Price

    'First Look': New report on Kern shows areas for improvement but also provides solutions

    Monday, Dec 15 2014 12:12 PM

    Kern County seems to always be labeled as a region that needs improvement in all different matters, including education, health and income. The results are not always good but that's all they show, the areas that need help. But the newest...

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    'First Look': First News for Dec. 15

    Monday, Dec 15 2014 07:40 AM

    Lead stories from "First Look with Scott Cox's" Top Stories: SHOOTING SUSPECT KILLS SELF AFTER LEADING DEPUTIES ON CHASE: A suspect who allegedly shot a man Saturday night before leading deputies on a car chase through east Bakersfield...

  12. Michael Hopper and Santa

    'First Look': Santa's appearance on show is sweet

    Thursday, Dec 11 2014 11:53 AM

    It was the three-foot-tall Santa Claus made of rich chocolate that heralded a Christmas conversation on "First Look with Scott Cox" Thursday. Mike Dewar brought the sweet concoction to the show's studio. Co-host Scott Cox inquired how...

  13. Scott Cox and Craig Fraser

    'First Look': Artist shares techniques on video

    Thursday, Dec 11 2014 11:18 AM

    Airbrush artist and painter Craig Fraser is sharing his talents via instructional DVDs. And his classes are attracting both those who've never picked up an airbrush and those who have just as much experience as he has. Fraser -- who says...

First Look with Scott Cox
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