A new food truck has parked next to Café Smitten in downtown Bakersfield, and it will be there until the end of the week. But it’s not serving cheeseburgers or mini-tacos, it’s serving fresh ideas for revitalizing the neighborhood.
San Joaquin Community Hospital hosts free lectures and lunches as part of their ongoing Community Education Series
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- Night closures scheduled for westbound Truxtun Avenue and Westside Parkway on-ramp
- Be a part of World Kindness Day
- PHOTO GALLERY: Ukrainian youth camp
- PHOTO GALLERY: Vigil for Brayden Eidenshink
- Thousands honor those who served at Bakersfield's Veterans Day Parade
- Bakersfield North Rotary to pack 350 Thanksgiving baskets
- PHOTO GALLERY: Thousands line the streets for the Veterans Day parade
- Country duo Brothers Osborne heading to Fox on April 2
The Kern County Fire Department has 70 firefighters assisting other agencies in battling the deadly, destructive blazes that have swept through tens of thousands of acres in Northern California.
Live improv on the big stage? That's nothing for “Whose Line is it Anyway?” stars Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood, who will bring their Scared Scriptless Tour to Rabobank Theater on March 29.
After just one season as the head coach at Golden Valley, Josh Bocker resigned last week.
The city of Bakersfield has reported that a “cyber-security incident” may have compromised the personal and financial information of those who used the city’s Click2Gov online payment processor.
Melissa Hurtado claimed victory Monday in the 14th State Senate District race as her lead over incumbent Andy Vidak widened to 8 percentage points and the number of votes separating the two candidates doubled.
We’ve said it before, but it feels like the season just began.
MALIBU, Calif. — Some residents who fled Southern California's huge wildfire were allowed to return home Monday but hundreds of thousands remained under evacuation orders as authorities said the number of homes that burned was expected to grow significantly.
At the store, I bought a loaf of Greenlee’s cinnamon bread, a sack of Pedigree for mature dogs and a bag of avocados.
LOS ANGELES — Stan Lee, the creative dynamo who revolutionized the comic book and helped make billions for Hollywood by introducing human frailties in Marvel superheroes such as Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four and the Incredible Hulk, died Monday. He was 95.
Authorities seized more than 40 pounds of drugs and four guns — including a modified AR-15 — from a southeast Bakersfield residence Monday.
It was a Friday night and Leonardo Guerrero was in the process of drinking through roughly a case of beer when he learned a friend had been sleeping with the woman he'd been seeing the past nine years, according to court documents.
Did you turn on the heat this weekend?
Wildfires around the state have prompted local air officials to issue a health caution for smoke impacts throughout the San Joaquin Valley.
The Kern County Fire Department Emergency Communication Center responded to a house fire on 1300 Langley Avenue in Ridgecrest on Saturday.
Bakersfield attorney Phil Ganong is due in a Santa Ana courtroom this week for a hearing regarding an alleged fraudulent billing scheme that prosecutors say bilked insurance companies out of millions of dollars.
The American Legion Post 26 will recognize veterans with its annual Veterans Day Parade on Monday. The parade, which starts at 10 a.m. downtown, is themed "Ninety-Nine Years of Honoring Our Veterans." Veterans Day originally started in 1919 as Armistice Day, on the first anniversary of the e…
What better way to celebrate those who have (and continue to) bravely serve our country than to take them out for a meal? For Veterans Day, a number of restaurants are offering dining deals on either Sunday (the official holiday) or Monday (when it is observed by the federal government). Thi…
Far from the bars and restaurants of downtown, in an area that mostly closes down after dark, Bakersfield's semi-official brewing district is forging a unique identity that participating business owners see as becoming a popular destination for craft beer connoisseurs and hobbyists.
Military strategists called it Hill 937.
The leaders were still on their way to winning in many of the too-close-to-call local races following another update of elections results over the weekend — though some saw their leads narrow slightly. As of Sunday night, Kern County Elections officials said 5,730 vote by mail ballots remain…
- Kern County Fire sends 70 firefighters to help with blazes across California
- More than 40 pounds of drugs, modified AR-15 seized from Bakersfield residence
- Inmate's death a homicide, coroner says
- Bakersfield man indicted on charges of manufacturing and selling homemade rifles
- Bakersfield Fire Department sends resources to help with Camp Fire
- City Council candidate among three in Kern County charged with voter fraud
- Kern County voters reject all cannabis measures
- Liberty basketball coach Jeff Hicks absent from team at start of season
- After cannabis vote, legal medical marijuana dispensaries on brink of closing throughout Kern County
- McCarthy wins big Tuesday, loses even bigger
- Vidak, trailing by 3,000-plus votes, philosophical as final ballots trickle in
- Hurtado ousts incumbent Vidak in 14th state Senate race
- Bakersfield brewing district begins to ferment
- ELECTION BLOG: Only 1 of 3 Arvin challengers supported by oil group wins seat
- Brayden Eidenshink, young heart transplant recipient, has died
If there was one place where the moderate Republican could make a brave last stand, it was at the Metropolitan Republican Club on Manhattan's Upper East Side. New York County (Manhattan) was one of the few counties outside Ohio to prefer John Kasich over Trump in the 2016 primaries.
Why do you Republicans (notice I lump you all together) believe in the man that is the president of our country? Wednesday's press conference was the worst such meeting I have seen. After losing the House, he lies and berates, acting just plain obnoxious. Why? It's beyond me.
Well, well. If Rep. Kevin McCarthy doesn’t get the Minority Leader seat, maybe he will finally have to do some real work for his constituents. He loses use of his larger office and the duties there, which had nothing to do in helping the people back home. Now he can serve on a committee and …