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When columnist Lois Henry is not exposing corruption, incompetence and greed, she can often be found pondering the great mysteries of life. This week she suffers through an ethical dilemma involving a vending machine.
Kern County Sheriff Donny Youngblood thinks having his deputies wear "body cameras" will protect both the public and his officers. But he will have to tread carefully, and publicly, through a minefield of privacy concerns and logistical complications first.
Business groups and farmworker advocates staged separate events Wednesday in Bakersfield calling for quick action addressing the thorny questions of how to attract foreign nationals to work in the United States, and what to do about those already here without legal authorization.
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.
It's open-enrollment season again, and I'm not just talking about Covered California. Among those making important health care decisions right now are more than 50 million Americans -- including more than 5 million Californians -- who have Medicare.
He was the baby of the family, the youngest of six, a loyal Dodgers fan and the apple of his mother's eye.
A 17-year-old Wasco girl last seen June 1 has been confirmed to be the body found in a creek bed on Nov.
Some sobbed with grief. A few screamed in anger and frustration.
Brandon Gonzales looked like a groom should on his wedding day, his tux sharp, shoes gleaming, a gold bow tie and pocket square perfectly folded, and a double rose boutonniere.
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