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We searched Twitter to determine what folks from Bakersfield thought about the final debate between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney.
Once a popular Montgomery Ward department store, the hulking relic of that old box of a building still stands at the north end of F Street in Bakersfield.
The increasing income gap between the top 1 percent and the rest of America continues to grab headlines. But waiting quietly in the background is a related retirement crisis.
FRACKING: Gov. Jerry Brown launched a no nonsense defense of hydraulic fracturing on "Meet the Press" Sunday, dismissing host Chuck Todd's concerns that the practice uses too much water and could be dangerous.
A lot of ground work went into plans to privatize Kern County's libraries long before the concept came to the public's attention earlier this month, documents obtained by The Californian show.
The increasing income gap between the top 1 percent and the rest of America continues to grab headlines.
Braylon Galloway is 5 years old, but functions almost like an infant.
A man armed with a gun allegedly raped a woman in southwest Bakersfield Friday morning and then set the house where she lived ablaze, sending smoke visible for miles into the sky.
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