First Look

  • Sheri Horn-Bunk, executive director of the Taft College Foundation, holds up a picture of T. Boone Pickens, the guest speaker at the second annual West Kern Petroleum Summit in Taft on "First Look with Scott Cox."

    West Kern Petroleum Summit announces keynote speaker

    The keynote speaker for the second annual West Kern Petroleum Summit has been announced. Thomas Boone Pickens, Jr., also known as T. Boone Pickens, is an American business mogul and financier who will share his alternative energy knowledge with Kern County on Oct. 16 in Taft. Sheri Horn-Bunk,

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    'First Look': First News for March 24

    Lead stories from "First Look with Scott Cox's" Top Stories: TWO FIRES INTENTIONALLY SET ON KENTUCKY STREET: Two fires were intentionally set in the 200 block of Kentucky Street Sunday evening, according to Bakersfield firefighters. The first blaze was reported at 7:31 p.m. and

  • Roger Perez, director of the Kern County Museum, talks about the museum events coming up on "First Look with Scott Cox."

    'First Look': Kern County Museum kicks off spring events

    Spring is upon us yet again and the Kern County Museum has a plethora of events for the entire family to enjoy the season. Monday on "First Look with Scott Cox," Roger Perez, museum director, talked about Springtime Eggsplosion and the Kern County Nut Festival. If your little ones

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    'First Look': First News for March 20

    Lead stories from "First Look with Scott Cox's" Top Stories: SUSPICIOUS DEVICE AT SPECIAL WASTE FACILITY DETERMINED NOT EXPLOSIVE: A suspicious device found at the Kern County Special Waste Facility led to the facility's evacuation Thursday afternoon but was later found not to

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    'First Look': First News for March 9

    Lead stories from "First Look with Scott Cox's" Top Stories: PAIR ARRESTED IN STABBING: Delano Police officers have arrested a man and a woman in connection to a Friday stabbing attack outside a Delano convenience store. A man was attacked outside the store at around 4:30 p.m. on

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    'First Look': First News for March 6

    Lead stories from "First Look with Scott Cox's" Top Stories: BAKERSFIELD TEEN ARRESTED IN CONNECTION WITH 448 GRAFFITI OFFENSES: A year-long investigation ended this week with the arrest of an 18-year-old man accused of 448 graffiti offenses. Uriel Valdez was arrested at 11:40 a.m.

  • Hillary Haenes and Melissa Rossiter from the Greater Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce talk about the Beautiful Bakersfield nominations on "First Look with Scott Cox."

    'First Look': Nominations underway for Beautiful Bakersfield awards

    The Greater Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce is now accepting nominations for the Beautiful Bakersfield awards. Coming up on their 25th anniversary, nominations will remain open through March 20. Friday on "First Look with Scott Cox," Hillary Haenes and Melissa Rossiter from the

  • Simulcast host Scott Cox "First Look with Scott Cox."

    'First Look': Scott Cox reminisces on Seahawks loss

    Football was the inevitable topic Monday on "First Look with Scott Cox." Almost everyone knows that simulcast host Scott Cox is a hard core Seattle Seahawks fan especially because he enjoys bringing his array collection of jersey's and memorabilia to the show. But on Monday, Cox

  • Californian columnist Lois Henry and Scott Cox discuss the outcome of Bryan Oliver's trial on a segment of "First Look with Scott Cox."

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

    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," Henry said Wednesday on "First Look with

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    'First Look': First News for Dec. 17

    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 entered a classroom armed with a shotgun,

  • "First Look with Scott Cox" host Scott Cox, left, chats with Californian President and CEO Richard Beene and director of audience development Louis Amestoy during a segment of the show.

    'First Look': TBC leaders talk about Sony leaks

    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 President and CEO Richard Beene talked about the

  • Scott Cox seems to think all brides are brats. Angela Jourdan, center, and Patricia Helcomb, owners of Enchanted Bridal Boutique, try to dissuade him of that notion during a segment of "First Look with Scott Cox."

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

    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 sisters talked about their boutique and the

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    'First Look': First News for Dec. 16

    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 police dog. Sixty-three-year-old Victoria

  • Nick Jacobs from the BC Tennis Foundation talks tennis with "First Look with Scott Cox" host Scott Cox.

    'First Look': Keep college tennis alive, support foundation dinner

    The Bakersfield College tennis team is the only college team in town and due to budget cuts, fundraising is needed to keep it alive. Friday on "First Look with Scott Cox," Nick Jacobs from the BC Tennis Foundation talked about the 13th annual tennis dinner. The get-together will