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Taft College baseball will celebrate Halloween a day early on Thursday with its second Halloween game, starting at 3 p.m.
Some thoughts and stats as the Condors have already played nearly one-tenth of their season in just 12 days.
A tractor trailer traveling as fast as 100 mph northbound down the Grapevine late Tuesday night struck three other rigs before starting a 2-acre brushfire and closing four lanes of Interstate 5 for four hours.
The Kern County Sheriff's bomb squad rendered an explosive device safe Tuesday after it was seen near Kelso Creek.
A lower percentage of Kern County students attended preschool in a recent three-year period than any other county in California, according to a Children Now scorecard released Wednesday.
A detentions deputy charged with five felonies in connection with smuggling contraband into Lerdo Jail has pleaded no contest to conspiracy.
A low-cost vaccination, licensing and microchip clinic for city residents' dogs will be held this Saturday at Silver Creek Park, 7011 Harris Road.
A joint law enforcement operation Friday targeting prostitution along Union Avenue in Bakersfield resulted in 12 arrests.
It seems like the Condors will be playing a lot of mini series against Pacific Division foes this season in a scheule that is, well, not very imaginative.
If you're a Bakersfield College football fan and like close games, this recent stretch of Renegade games is for you.
Bakersfield police are seeking Samuel Marabilla in connection with the alleged thefts of two iPad tablets plus a separate residential theft.
Cal State Bakersfield announced its 2015 baseball schedule on Tuesday and will open its season with seven straight home games beginning Feb. 13-15 when Creighton comes to Hardt Field.