We spotted it. Well, who could really miss it? It's orange. It's yellow. And you can ride in it.
The ever colorful Oscar Mayer Wienermobile passed through downtown Bakersfield Thursday afternoon with a Halloween greeting on the side of the vehicle. You guessed it: "Happy Halloweenie!" And it had a pumpkin "face" and a spider web, too.
Californian photographer Casey Christie was able to "ketchup" with the mobile hot dog.
Stephanie Campbell spent a lifetime trying to improve conditions in southeast Bakersfield, from keeping youth out of trouble to cleaning up neighborhoods.
Who says you can't play baseball while wearing a Halloween costume?
DEAN: There is a heated debate going on regarding how California’s public universities and community colleges can better prepare students by providing more creative, inexpensive and efficient degree offerings. And right in the middle of the debate is former state Sen. Dean Florez, who serves as president and CEO of the Michelson 20 Million Minds Foundation, which is devoted to transforming education in a major way.
As a recording of a haunting violin played over the sound of ocean waves, Debra Dunn-Yonke turned gracefully and called out gentle commands.
Jeff Goines has seen it happen many times: A combat veteran touches a piece of military memorabilia -- maybe a weapon, a medal or a flag -- and he seems transported to another time.
It's the season of candy, and the Halloween tradition continued Thursday with a twist — gathering the sweet stuff from the trunks of decorated vehicles.
A piece of wood has been identified as the possible murder weapon in the death of 3-year-old Serenity Gandara, court filings say.
HOSKING-99 MEETING PLANNED: A public meeting planned by year's end is one of the next steps in the buildup of the Hosking Avenue-Highway 99 intersection.
A Bakersfield man accused of rape was apparently targeting women who had just dropped their children off at school, according to court filings.
The human body has two kidneys, each about the size of a fist, located on either side of the spine at the lowest level of the rib cage. Each kidney helps remove waste products and excess fluid from the body.