They rallied, reflected and prayed. Residents did all this Friday at an event dubbed the Law Enforcement and First Responders Support Rally.
In another sign oil field wastewater treatment is gaining steam locally, an Arizona company plans to build a $10 million processing plant in Wasco.
Atlas Crane & Rigging donated labor and equipment Friday to move a vintage T-38 trainer aircraft over a fence at Meadows Field and onto a trailer for transport to Minter Field Air Museum in Shafter.
DELANO: A multi-campus private community college is slated to open later this year in Delano.
The attorney representing Bryan Oliver and his mother in a multimillion dollar claim against the Taft Union High School District has filed a scathing response to the district's cross complaint seeking money from the Oliver family to pay for injuries shooting victim Bowe Cleveland suffered.
A state appeals court has ordered a new trial for the family of a Bakersfield doctor who was handcuffed by police and forced to wait more than an hour for treatment after suffering a massive stroke in 2007.
Ancient pagan Scandinavians were big believers in trees. They plopped them on top of new buildings all the time, a tradition that persists today in the form of "topping off" ceremonies commemorating the installation of the last structural beam in a new building's framework.
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Other local hospitals said they support transparency in safety assessments, but they're a little dubious about the Leapfrog report.
A new report on the safety of care at hospitals across the nation put Kern Medical Center at the absolute bottom of Bakersfield's hospital pile.