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Robert Price, Californian executive editor, shows the inside of a vinyl album Scott Cox let him borrow on "First Look with Scott Cox."
Robert Price, Californian executive editor, stopped by the "First Look with Scott Cox" simulcast Monday morning and talked Aretha Franklin and other classic vinyl masterpieces.
Price also mentioned the new comics and puzzle section in The Bakersfield Californian.
The name's Thomas. Bill Thomas, and the former congressman deserves to have the Thomas Roads Improvement Program named after him, City Manager Alan Tandy told a Bakersfield City Council committee Monday.
The Bakersfield City School District and its teachers are approaching a stalemate about two months into negotiations for a raise this fiscal year for the district's some 1,500 educators.
When she would leave her home in the morning to go to work in the fields, Bakersfield resident Ester Cervantes would first check in with her sleeping children.
In September, Iraq war veteran Omar Gonzalez scaled the fence, bolted across the lawn, and burst through a door at the White House before being apprehended by two Secret Service agents.
A Ridgeview High School teacher is under investigation for allegedly sending text messages of a sexual nature to a 17-year-old student.
He was the baby of the family, the youngest of six, a loyal Dodgers fan and the apple of his mother's eye.
Salty's BBQ has made such a good impression since it opened last year on Rosedale Highway that it was probably inevitable that a second location would pop up.
As Bruce Murray's left eye and the right side of his mouth began to droop and his speech slowed, his wife knew he must be having a stroke.
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