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Eight firefighters from the Kern County Fire Department participated earlier this month in a Union Pacific Railroad training course on crude-by-rail safety.
The Victims Services Unit of the Kern County District Attorney's Office has provided services to more than 1,800 crime victims since Jan. 6.
No one was injured Tuesday afternoon after gunfire was exchanged near the intersection of 4th Street and Union Avenue.
The death of a 48-year-old Wasco State Prison inmate on Friday was due to heart disease, an autopsy determined.
Sandi Taylor, Bakersfield College's interim athletic director, said that the home side of Memorial Stadium for BC football games will return to the stadium's north side.
The parents of a Realtor accused of renting out vacant properties she didn't represent are putting up the collateral to secure their daughter's release from jail.
This time last summer, Kevin Sneed wasn’t feeling well. Lethargic and not with the same pep in his step that he’s used heading into the football campaign, he soon was given news no one wants to hear - he had throat cancer.
Police have identified the people involved in the Monday crash of a big rig on Interstate 5 north of Highway 99 that closed portions of the connector for more than two hours.
Verizon customers with landline phones in Taft, McFarland and Glennville were without phone service Tuesday for several -- including 911 service -- and the Kern County Sheriff's Office had to handle all emergency and nonemergency calls for the McFarland Police Department.
Bakersfield resident Jesus Apolinar Rios-Gallegos was possibly out for a walk or a jog in southwest Bakersfield when he was struck and killed Tuesday morning by a truck that ran onto a sidewalk.
Bakersfield police have been receiving numerous calls regarding a variety of scams and are urging the public to be careful.
Jose Luis Garcia Villa, 22, of MichoacÃ¡n, Mexico, has been sentenced to three years and 10 months in prison for his involvement in a toxic marijuana cultivation operation in the Sequoia National Forest.
Federico Garcia Garcia, 45, of Arvin, pleaded guilty Monday to two counts of filing false claims with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service in connection with a scheme to obtain tax refunds.