All a shelter dog wants is a home for the holidays, even if it's only a temporary stay with a foster family.
San Joaquin Community Hospital hosts free lectures and lunches as part of their ongoing Community Education Series
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Bakersfield city officials are poised to work with Bird, a scooter share company that deployed 200 scooters on city streets late last week, and are already in talks with a second company that wants to start scooter service here as well.
Described as "Larry David in a dragon suit performing jaw-dropping magic tricks," Piff the Magic Dragon isn't easy to pin down.
The Kern County Sheriff's Office's Rural Crime Investigation Unit is encouraging the public to meet its detectives for coffee in Buttonwillow next week.
The coroner's office is asking for help in locating the family of a 52-year-old woman whose remains were found in a sump in October.
The 23rd Street and D Street intersection will be closed this weekend to replace the existing drainage pipe with a new 48-inch pipe, the city of Bakersfield announced Wednesday.
Since Bakersfield does little to conjure up the cold, icy image of winter sports, you could be forgiven for not knowing that our town has a figure skating community. An upcoming event, though, is the perfect way to catch local talent in action.
The first platelet-rich plasma injection Cal State Bakersfield forward James Suber received in the front of his left knee was so painful — “one of the worst feelings I ever felt in my life” — he demanded he be put to sleep for the future treatments.
Local author Eve Henderson has a lot of stories to tell.
What's in a name? Would an acoustic rock band by any other name sound as folksy? That's the question for Glitterfox, the acoustic rock duo of multi-instrumentalists Andrea Walker, 36, and Bakersfield native Solange Igoa, 27, formerly known as Bearcoon.
The CBCC Foundation for Community Wellness will host their 6th annual Cancer Pediatric Christmas celebration and Toy Give-Away on Saturday.
Bakersfield National Cemetery will host Wreaths Across America, an annual holiday wreath-laying ceremony, to honor and remember the nation’s veterans at 8:50 a.m. Saturday at the cemetery assembly area located at 30338 E. Bear Mountain Blvd. in Arvin.
The Kern County Board of Supervisors voted to withdraw from the Kern Groundwater Authority at Tuesday’s meeting, altering water management in certain areas of the county.
Local advocacy groups and private citizens criticized collaboration between the Kern County Sheriff’s Office and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency known as ICE during a public hearing at the Board of Supervisors Tuesday morning.
Deborah Lindsley and her mother, Jeannine Hicks, showed up at Mexicali West 10 minutes before the doors opened Tuesday morning because they know from experience: Wait until noon and it might be too late to get a quiet table by the window.
In explaining why he repeatedly stabbed his father in mid-November, Timothy Nelson claimed he, his mother and sisters suffered years of abuse and he wanted to protect them, according to Sheriff's Office reports.
Kern County's education indicators have lagged well behind California's for as long as people have been keeping track.
Mexicali West will close by the end of the year as its owners refocus on their downtown location as part of a retirement pullback.
An intoxicated man who jumped in and out of traffic at a Bakersfield intersection was arrested Tuesday morning after assaulting one of the officers who confronted him, according to the Bakersfield Police Department.
- Rural crime detectives to meet the public over coffee in Buttonwillow next week
- Coroner's office trying to find family of woman whose remains were found in sump
- Bakersfield man arrested after police said he jumped in and out of traffic and assaulted officer
- Arvin man shot dead Monday evening
- Three men detained on suspicion of murder of Kawanza Hilt
- Parker Chamberlin, who as a teenager stabbed his mother to death, is due in court Friday for resentencing hearing
- Company surprises Bakersfield by dropping 200 electric scooters on city streets overnight
- The Logans, minus that 140-pound tumor, are back for another surgery
- She’s not a regular mom — she’s a college mom: McFarland resident juggles parenthood, education
- Kern proposes walking away from groundwater management role it previously embraced
- 'I killed Dad': Son claims he fatally stabbed father to protect his mother and sisters, reports say
- Customers and staff face a less comfortable future without Mexicali West
- Acerbic comic Ron White has a sweet side, Bakersfield family learns
- Woman facing 82 felony charges in elder embezzlement case
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Several radio stations have banned the playing of “Baby It’s Cold Outside” because some suggests it alludes to rape or, at least, a man not accepting “no” as an answer. Why stop with this one song? There are countless other songs that have suggestive, inappropriate or offensive lyrics.
Congratulations to Dr. Min as she begins another chapter in her very full life! She has given so much to the Bakersfield community — 7,000 little lives — two of them were mine. She is truly an amazing doctor — highly regarded by her peers, loved by all, dedicated to her profession, compassio…
I really don't think that the bleeding hearts who want to let thousands of people from this "caravan" into this country unvetted have thought this through. Just look at the problems they're having in Europe where they have open border policies. Aside from the legality of this, what about the…