At least when Garces takes the field Saturday for the Central Section Division III Baseball Championship, the team won’t likely see anything it hasn't witnessed before.
San Joaquin Community Hospital hosts free lectures and lunches as part of their ongoing Community Education Series
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- Funeral services for May 26, 2018
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- Delano woman aims to start march in honor of homicide victims
Deputies seized more than 1,200 pot plants and eight firearms from two compounds in the area of Wildwood Road near Highway 46, west of Wasco, according to sheriff's officials.
Brad Showers has raised three daughters, but if you ask him, he has a team full of sons.
A former geologist at Chevron and Exxon Mobil has been appointed to lead the Bakersfield office of California’s primary oil regulation agency.
Highland High School and Kern Valley High School — two programs that have grown accustomed to winning on the softball field — square off Saturday for a Central Section Division V championship.
A Wasco eatery was shut down Thursday after inspectors found a fruit fly infestation, dead crickets and accumulated debris on the floor in the kitchen, according to Kern County Public Health Services.
Do you think that painting you picked up at a yard sale is really a treasure? What about that bracelet from Great-Grandma Ethel? Some experts will be coming to town to help you discern whether there's more than meets your shrewd eye for a valuation event at the Bakersfield Museum of Art on June 5.
The California primary election on June 5 will give voters the opportunity to decide on candidates and critical issues that will have major state and local impacts. It’s how the democratic process should work. That’s not the case for Gov. Jerry Brown’s $17-billion-plus twin tunnels project, …
The Bakersfield Train Robbers opened their season with a 4-2 victory Thursday night, rallying past the Monterey Amberjacks at Sam Lynn Ballpark.
In a certain respect, Friday’s Central Section Division VI softball title game pits two teams on similar progression tracks.
During a periodic review of evidence in one of Bakersfield's dozens of unsolved homicides, detectives identified and pursued several new leads in the grisly killing of Dawn Koons, who was found in a bathtub with her hands bound and a pillowcase over her head in January 1979.
A Tehachapi man who paid another man $200 to rape his wife and participated in the brutal assault against her was sentenced Thursday to a life term behind bars.
Soaring gas prices aren't expected to deter motorists from traveling in near-record numbers over the Memorial Day holiday, with more than 36 million hitting the road nationwide and contributing to delays that could be up to three times longer than normal, according to AAA.
Kern Valley State Prison officials say a 51-year-old inmate died Wednesday after being hit in the head by another inmate.
Authorities arrested a Bakersfield man on Wednesday who had 70 pounds of methamphetamine in his vehicle, according to a Sheriff's Office release.
When it comes to chain restaurants, there are some that stand out, rise above the rest, and often they’re smaller chains like Tahoe Joe’s or Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que, which opened three years ago at Valley Plaza and has been packing them in ever since. The Long Beach-based family-owned…
Coroner's officials have released the name of a woman fatally shot in northwest Bakersfield Tuesday evening.
Like any other fifteen-year-old, Angelina Cho likes playing video games, participating in clubs at her school and gardening. But unlike other teenagers and high schoolers, she has earned a perfect score on the ACT, or American College Testing.
When we remember President John F. Kennedy, often it is on the occasion of his assassination. Many aging baby boomers can tell you precisely where they were when they learned an assassin’s bullet felled a beloved president. But perhaps a more appropriate day to remember Kennedy is on his bir…
Behind a strong outing from freshman starting pitcher Davonte Butler, Cal State Bakersfield baseball shut out Northern Colorado, 2-0, in its second game of the Western Athletic Conference Tournament. The win keeps No. 6 CSUB’s (21-35) season alive in the double-elimination tournament.
If such a thing as a spiritual bucket list exists, the top item on mine would be the Camino. Specifically, El Camino de Santiago de Compostela. It’s roughly 500 miles across northern Spain. I hope to cover those miles before I leave this earth.
- More than 1,200 marijuana plants and eight guns seized from compounds west of Wasco
- Wasco eatery shut down after fruit fly infestation, crickets found
- Delano inmate dies after being beaten by other inmate, prison officials say
- Bakersfield man arrested after 70 pounds of meth found in his vehicle, deputies say
- Coroner identifies woman killed in northwest Bakersfield shooting
- Body found south of McFarland identified as 18-year-old man
- Harvey Hall, former longtime mayor and founder of Hall Ambulance, dies at 77
- KHSD trustees vote 5-0 for map plan 3, sure to anger many in south Kern
- Schilhabel named new football coach at Independence
- Tehachapi Mayor Ed Grimes dies at age 75
- Goodbye East Hills Mall, hello City Lights
- ICE detains Bakersfield College student, says he and brother are documented gang member
- Tehachapi man sentenced to life term in prison for orchestrating rape of his wife
- Man accused in series of sexual assaults, including one inside a Bakersfield College bathroom, found competent to stand trial
- ROBERT PRICE: Drama way, way down the June 5 ballot
An important issue was brought to light last month in Steven Mayer's April 17 article, "Attack of the killer squirrels? Not quite, but they’re thick as thieves at Panorama Park." In fact, in my world, it's a topic that cannot be discussed enough.
As a lawyer regularly appearing in the courts of this community I was alarmed at the vitriolic and unjustified recent comments about Judge John “Lance” Fielder, who has served as one of our most distinguished and respected bench officers.
I must take issue with community columnist Sal Moretti ("We're in the trenches of the Battle of Bakersfield," May 21), who said he watched "The Darkest Hour," a movie about Winston Churchill at the onset of World War II. Moretti writes of the danger of appeasement and how Britain was at the …