First Look with Scott Cox

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    'First Look': Walk to bring awareness to valley fever

    Tuesday, Jul 22 2014 11:47 AM

    Valley fever is an orphan disease, one that does not get a lot of research money. It can change your life forever. "It's a bad disease, worse than people think and you'll be on drugs for the rest of your life," said Paula Einstein, a valley fever survivor.

    Tuesday on "First Look with Scott Cox," Einstein and Sharon Borradori of the Valley Fever Americas Foundation talked about August's Walk for Valley Fever.

    The goal of the walk is to raise awareness and support valley fever research, Borradori said. Proceeds from the walk will go toward research of Nikkomycin Z, a drug that shows promise as a new treatment and cure for the disease.

    "The more aware you are of its symptoms, the more likely you are to get tested," Borradori said....

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    'First Look': First News for July 22

    Tuesday, Jul 22 2014 06:46 AM

    Lead stories from "First Look with Scott Cox's" Top Stories: TUPAC TAKES STAND, DEFENDS DENTAL WORK: A prosecutor for the Dental Board of California Monday grilled local dentist Robert Tupac about whether his treatment of a patient who...

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    'First Look': Reporter Rachel Cook talks about Dental Dangers series

    Monday, Jul 21 2014 02:56 PM

    The Dental Board of California, one of 20 healing arts boards within the California Department of Consumer Affairs, regulates dentists. The Dental Board polices practitioners, issues licenses and, in instances of alleged malpractice,...

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    'First Look': First News for July 21

    Monday, Jul 21 2014 07:10 AM

    Lead stories from "First Look with Scott Cox's" Top Stories: DENTAL DANGERS: LOCAL DENTIST'S INVISIBLE COMPLAINT FILE UNDERSCORES DENTAL BOARD'S SHORTCOMINGS: In a series of stories in The Californian Sunday and today, over three decades,...

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    'First Look': Learn about gymnastics, more at KidsFest

    Friday, Jul 18 2014 01:06 PM

    Mike Williams believes kids should be active and not sit around at home doing nothing. Williams, from American Kids Sport Center, will offer parents information about the many programs the center offers during Saturday's KidsFest....

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    'First Look': Defense attorney shares insight on local cases

    Friday, Jul 18 2014 01:00 PM

    Fights inside or outside bars are not uncommon. However, things get serious when a bar fight results in death. A Taft man died in an incident in which police believe he was pushed and fell backward, striking his head on the asphalt road....

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    'First Look': Owls from CALM visit studio, end-of-summer activities promoted

    Friday, Jul 18 2014 12:16 PM

    They're nocturnal birds of prey. Their broad head and binocular vision give their prey almost no chance to hide or flee. These night hunters are owls. If you've never seen one up close, CALM zoo manager Lana Fain said you can get really...

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    'First Look': Pet of the Week features playful kitten, info about vaccine clinic

    Friday, Jul 18 2014 11:55 AM

    It's kitten overload at the Bakersfield City Animal Shelter and the fluffy critters are eager to find new homes. Shelter veterinarian Robert Duquette said a few of the cats can go to a forever home immediately. "We have a month special...

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    'First Look': First News for July 18

    Friday, Jul 18 2014 06:58 AM

    Lead stories from "First Look with Scott Cox's' Top Stories: NEW SHOPS AT RIVER WALK OPEN IN FEBRUARY: Just weeks before the grand opening of a massive new outlet mall at the base of the Grapevine, real estate developer Castle & Cooke has...

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    'First Look': Fun summer activities this weekend, featured in Eye Street

    Thursday, Jul 17 2014 11:46 AM

    From a screening of the movie "The Big Lebowski" to the kick-off of a fun month-long event for kids at Barnes & Nobles, you have no reason to stay home this weekend. Thursday on "First Look with Scott Cox," Californian assistant...

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    'First Look': Animal rescue in El Salvador seeks help

    Thursday, Jul 17 2014 11:00 AM

    Casa Roly is the only organization in San Salvador, El Salvador that rescues dogs, cats and horses that are beaten by local authorities or residents themselves. LeeAnne Hendricks, U.S. ambassador for the organization, was in El Salvador...

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    'First Look': Private school questions to be answered at KidsFest

    Thursday, Jul 17 2014 10:48 AM

    The benefit of private schools is the one-on-one attention given to each student. That is what Emilee Hulbert from Heritage Christian Schools said Thursday on "First Look with Scott Cox." Hulbert and staff will have a booth at the...

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    'First Look': First News for July 17

    Thursday, Jul 17 2014 07:04 AM

    Lead stories from "First Look with Scott Cox's" Top Stories: OUTLETS AT TEJON PREPARES FOR A BIG OPENING: If it seems like there's a lot of work to be done in the three weeks before the Outlets at Tejon opens to the public, be patient: It...

First Look with Scott Cox
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at The Bakersfield Californian
7 a.m. to 8 a.m.

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8 a.m. to 9 a.m.

Scott Cox talks what's moving in Bakersfield and Kern County from newsmakers to music to food. This hour will be your destination each morning to get to know what's going on, what's trending and hear and see what Scott is talking about.

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