First Look with Scott Cox

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    'First Look': First News for Jan. 8

    Thursday, Jan 08 2015 06:56 AM

    Lead stories from "First Look with Scott Cox's" Top Stories: SMALL PRICE DECLINE SPARKS THEORIES ABOUT LOCAL HOME MARKET: The median closing price for a single-family home in Bakersfield dropped 1.5 percent in December from the same month...

  2. Scott Cox and Lois Henry

    'First Look': Columnist Lois Henry talks about land fallowing

    Wednesday, Jan 07 2015 11:58 AM

    The term land fallowing -- purposely retiring productive farmland -- had not been uttered in the agriculture or water industries in some years. That is what Californian columnist Lois Henry said Wednesday on "First Look with Scott Cox."...

  3. Scott Cox and Scarlett Sabin

    'First Look': From dancing to running, Ronald McDonald House fundraisers in full swing

    Wednesday, Jan 07 2015 11:23 AM

    The Bakersfield Ronald McDonald House is calling all dancers to the Rasmussen Center dance floor to raise money at the sixth annual Dancing for Donations Square Dance fundraiser. House manager Scarlett Sabin said dancers from up and down...

  4. Scott Cox and Patrick Jackson

    'First Look': Local NAACP hosting 'Selma' screening, discussion at Maya Cinemas

    Wednesday, Jan 07 2015 10:57 AM

    "Selma" is a film that's expected to make an impact on people's lives, even if they've read history books. The movie is based on the 1965 Selma to Montgomery voting rights marches led by historical leaders like James Bevel and Martin...

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    'First Look': First News for Jan. 7

    Wednesday, Jan 07 2015 06:54 AM

    Lead stories from "First Look with Scott Cox's" Top Stories: NEW REPORT CALLS FOR BETTER OVERSIGHT OF OIL INJECTION WELLS: An environmental activist group called Tuesday for changing the process for exempting aquifers from federal...

  6. Scott Cox and Richard Beene

    'First Look': Rabbi uses humor to connect with audiences; performs Saturday

    Tuesday, Jan 06 2015 11:57 AM

    Being a comedian is more than making people laugh. For stand-up comedian Rabbi Bob Alper, it's about the connection with the audience. Humor, he said, is a great way to connect with people. "It's spiritual, uplifting, rewarding and...

  7. Scott Cox and Robin McGarrah

    'First Look': Satisfy your sweet tooth, support Alzheimer's care

    Tuesday, Jan 06 2015 11:12 AM

    They are fluffy and baked with an enticing swirl that you can't pass up at a breakfast table. Plus that sweet glaze will have you going back for seconds or even thirds. If cinnamon rolls are your go-to breakfast, you won't want to miss...

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    'First Look': First News for Jan. 6

    Tuesday, Jan 06 2015 07:19 AM

    Lead stories from "First Look with Scott Cox's" Top Stories: TAFT SCHOOL DISTRICT SUES CITY IN CONNECTION WITH SCHOOL SHOOTING: The Taft Union High School District has filed a lawsuit against the city of Taft in connection with the...

  9. Scott Cox and Robert Price

    'First Look': Rams owner building a stadium in LA seems more than a rumor

    Monday, Jan 05 2015 10:57 AM

    The rumor that the St. Louis Rams could be headed back to Los Angeles is catching the attention of sports fans. For years the talk has been just a back-and-forth conversation, but it looks like this latest announcement could be the real...

  10. Scott Cox and Monty Byrom

    'First Look': Stanley Curtis Byrom rememberered as a 'brilliant and cool dad'

    Monday, Jan 05 2015 10:42 AM

    Stanley Curtis Byrom was more than just a dad to Monty Byrom and his three brothers. He was a musician who would put them to sleep every night as they listened to him sing and play the guitar. Byrom was their icon. "He was a brilliant...

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    'First Look': First News for Dec. 5

    Monday, Jan 05 2015 07:30 AM

    Lead stories from "First Look with Scott Cox's" Top Stories: STRING OF FIRES DISPLACE 17 PEOPLE SATURDAY: The Bakersfield Fire Department was busy Saturday with a string of fires that displaced a total of 17 people from three different...

  12. Scott Cox and Amity Addrisi

    'First Look': KBAK news anchor happy to be back in Bakersfield

    Friday, Jan 02 2015 11:07 AM

    KBAK news anchor Amity Addrisi is back in Bakersfield at Eyewitness News and said it feels great to be here. Friday on "First Look with Scott Cox," Addrisi said she has worked in many cities, including Los Angeles and Sacramento, but...

  13. Scott Cox and Julie Johnson

    'First Look': Curious kittens featured on 'Pet of the Week,' low-cost vaccine clinic Saturday

    Friday, Jan 02 2015 10:58 AM

    What's better than one adorable blue-eyed kitten? How about two! Brother and sister Bandit and Smokey are looking for a forever home to start off the new year. Julie Johnson, Bakersfield Animal Care Center executive director, said the...

First Look with Scott Cox
From the Dignity Health Studios
at The Bakersfield Californian
7 a.m. to 8 a.m.

First hour, your first look at the news that matters most to you from The Bakersfield Californian and NewsTalk KERN 1180. Top stories, what's trending along with local weather, traffic and your first look at the markets.

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.

9 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Join Scott and the staff of The Bakersfield Californian as they discuss top news stories, interview newsmakers, give you a preview of your weekend activities and provide you the stories behind the stories.

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