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Attorneys at Chain | Cohn | Stiles have filed two claims against Kern County on behalf of girls who were allegedly sexually assaulted by correctional officers in separate incidents at Juvenile Hall.
More than 800 students from eight local schools sprawled through historic homes, and hospital, school and jail buildings Thursday at the Kern County Museum for Frontier Life, a special day of fun and education.
Two suspects used a stolen credit card to purchase items at the Office Max on Ming Avenue earlier this month.
A DUI and driver's license checkpoint will be held in Bakersfield Saturday.
Four teams of local students will present community service projects and compete for awards tonight at the Bakersfield Museum of Art as part of Jim Burke Education Foundation's "Dream Builders" program.
The trial of accused drunken driver Alex Rubio on charges including second-degree murder has been postponed to May 11 as his attorney is seeking more information in connection with toxicology reports and crime scene reconstruction.
AND THE WINNERS ARE ... More than 200 students either placed first, second or third or earned honorable mention distinctions in the 27th annual Kern County Science Fair, held Tuesday at the Rabobank Convention Center. Most first-place and some second-place finishers will be eligible to compete in the 64th annual California Science Fair held at the California Science Center in Los Angeles on May 18-19.
Local business and government leaders got a close look Wednesday at the cracks forming in Kern County's economy as a result of drought and sharply lower oil prices.
The California Highway Patrol will be conducting a DUI and driver's license checkpoint from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. Friday in an unincorporated area of Bakersfield.
A new trial date has been set for a Bakersfield man whose murder conviction was overturned after the trial judge ruled the prosecutor in the case violated a court order by playing a 911 tape indicating the defendant was released from prison shortly before the killing.
An autopsy performed on the body of a Sylmar man found in February on Tehachapi Willow Springs Road determined he died of multiple gunshot wounds and his death was a homicide.
A Ford City man accused of choking a woman and dragging her 20 feet across a yard before throwing her inside a residence surrendered Monday evening following a standoff with deputies.
A 64-year-old Bakersfield man previously spent time in custody for making a bomb threat against Memorial Hospital has been sentenced to four years in prison for spousal abuse.