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World-renowned wind energy expert Paul Gipe of Bakersfield joined The Californian's Robert Price for his weekly "One on One" webcast to talk about California's energy future. Watch the interview.
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LEMOORE - Frontier senior Trent Tracy wins the Central Section 182-pound boys wrestling title.
Rams win big in Central Section Division V quarterfinals.
Foothill forward Edward “Squid” Turner waited until the third quarter to really show the advantages of his 6-foot-8 frame. But when a missed shot came off the rim as Turner headed toward the basket, he used all of his wingspan to grab the ball at its highest point and slam it back down throu…
The Liberty girls soccer team tasted the bitter pill of defeat on Friday in the Central Section Division I quarterfinals.
The city of Bakersfield plans to use $12 million in revenue from its recent sales tax increase to help pay for its ailing pension system, a move long expected but objected to by some local residents.
LEMOORE — The confidence Trent Tracy had this weekend was so high that the Frontier senior never blinked an eye when he was walking outside the gym with his wrestling shoes still on his feet.
Reader: The photographer caught this devastated woman at possibly the most extreme moment of her shock and grief ("Woman dies, four children left injured and orphaned in northwest Bakersfield house fire," Feb. 9). How unkind, actually cruel, to publish this picture for the public to witness.…
Welcome everyone to the Central Section Masters boys and girls wrestling live blog.
Houchin Community Blood Bank is holding a Hearts For Dezi Blood Drive on Feb. 23.
The local Krispy Kreme is holding a donation day next week with proceeds to benefit the family of Kristina Stratton, who was killed in a house fire on Feb. 7.
It's that time of year when Kernville goes back in time to the 1860s and becomes Whiskey Flat once again. Whiskey Flat Days returned Friday for its 62nd year, opening with the Whiskey Flat Cowboy and Mountain Man Encampments. The festivities continue Saturday through Monday, with four days o…
There's plenty to whet your appetite for local dining this week and it's not just about Raising Cane's opening on Tuesday. Here's a look at some tasty news.
Prosecutors have filed a felony animal cruelty charge against a Bakersfield woman who was caught on video dragging a small dog behind a scooter.
The city of Bakersfield is scheduled to demolish the Belle Terrace Bridge over Highway 99 Tuesday, requiring several nights of substantial closures on the freeway.
SACRAMENTO — California's governor and attorney general say they will probably sue President Donald Trump over his emergency declaration to fund a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Police have identified two suspects in Thursday's gun battle in east Bakersfield that killed an innocent bystander and wounded two other men.
The murder trial of a former elementary school principal charged with gunning down her husband has been confirmed to begin later this month and given a time estimate of 80 days.
The Bakersfield Police Department is asking the public for help in identifying two suspects for a residential burglary that occurred on Jan. 25 in the 2400 block of C Street.
- Felony animal cruelty charge filed against woman accused of dragging dog on scooter
- Two suspects identified in east Bakersfield shooting that killed innocent bystander
- Delano prison officials investigating stabbing death of inmate
- BPD: One dead, two injured in shooting on Haley Street
- Deputies: 31 vehicles vandalized outside apartments in Oildale
- Supervisors delay decision on Lightning in a Bottle festival
- Coroner identifies two killed in Oildale crash that split vehicle in two
- Two killed in Oildale crash Monday in which vehicle split apart
- Security video: Break-in brings feeling of violation, financial hit for business owners
- Weapons charges against member of Bakersfield farming family to be dismissed after judge finds warrant based on faulty information
- California governor pulls plug on Los Angeles-San Francisco high-speed rail
- Board approves new home for Bakersfield College SouthWest
- He murdered his mother 18 years ago, but Chamberlin says he's changed
- LIVE BLOG: Central Section Masters boys and girls wrestling championships
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Regarding the two letters in the Feb. 13 paper, in which the authors are writing that this year’s tax refunds are down compared to last year’s. The implication is that only President Trump and other rich folk benefitted from the reforms. Not true.
The day has arrived in the Democratic Party when Sherrod Brown is a kind of moderate.
When Bakersfield officials urged city residents to vote last November for a 1 percent increase in the city’s sales tax rate to help pay for essential municipal services, they promised to provide public oversight to insure the approximately $50 million raised each year would be properly and e…