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The deal went through without a hitch -- this time.
Kern County residents concerned about flooding may pick up free sandbags at several local fire stations.
Ten train cars derailed outside Tehachapi early Tuesday as the train traveled south from Brooklyn, Ore. to Los Angeles.
Attorneys at the request of jurors Tuesday morning in the Bryan Oliver trial will argue the difference between attempted murder and attempted voluntary manslaughter.
A man wanted in connection with a double murder in Watsonville was arrested Monday in southwest Bakersfield.
Jurors in the Bryan Oliver school shooting trial were unable to reach a verdict Tuesday, resulting in Kern County Superior Court Judge John Lua declaring a mistrial. A retrial is scheduled for Jan. 26. Californian reporter Jason Kotowski was at the courthouse today covering the proceedings.
Supervisors will take up the domestic violence diversion program this morning - and a host of other items now and at 2 p.m. There's a lot of stuff that looks pretty routine that isn't on the consent agenda so we may see some surprises today.
New driver license applicants should be aware of scams alleging to expediate applications.
A man armed with a rifle who was stopping traffic Sunday night at 17th and K streets claiming to be a federal marshal was arrested, but only after Bakersfield police coaxed him down from the sixth floor of construction scaffolding at the Kern County Superintendent of Schools building.
An electrical short Monday morning in a southeast Bakersfield apartment caused $25,000 damage but no injuries.
A traffic stop a year ago in the Buttonwillow area led to a Canadian's guilty plea Monday in federal court for conspiracy to distribute and possess to distribute cocaine.
A Bakersfield man pleaded guilty Monday in U.S. District Court to conspiring to distribute and possess with intent to distribute nearly 10 pounds of methamphetamine.
A Bakersfield man pleaded guilty Monday in U.S. District Court to being a previously convicted felon in possession of a firearm.