Superior Court Judge David Lampe struck a blow Friday to the Kern County ordinance that prevents medical marijuana patients from growing more than 12 marijuana plants on a single parcel of land.
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With its pastel pink and white exterior, an outsider would never guess that a 1960 vintage camping trailer, nicknamed Bunny, would be used for HIV testing.
At Mercy Hospital downtown Friday, a woman lay scowling in a bed in the intensive care unit. A group of people dressed in cheerful holiday colors had gathered in the common area outside her room, and the patient was clearly annoyed by the bustling.
The state's high-speed rail agency will collaborate with Bakersfield to develop a new path through the city for the multi-billion dollar bullet train, officials announced Friday.
Ridgecrest: Ridgecrest dogs and their human owners have a new place in town to hang out.
Kern County joblessness grew again in November as farming companies shed another 3,700 jobs, or 5.6 percent, outweighing strong gains in professional and business services and other sectors, the state reported Friday.
While buttocks implants aren't the most in-demand procedures in the plastic surgery field, they're definitely creating a buzz among young and older women.
Coming up with the perfect theme for a party or event is sometimes overwhelming. So instead of stressing over what colors work with a table set, leave it to the professionals.
Popcorn is probably the only poodle who could pull off the mohawk-poof look. And it doesn't hurt that he's also the most mellow and relaxed dog who has ever visited the "First Look with Scott Cox" show.