Ruben Garcia remembers life in the western Kern County town of Lost Hills 30 years ago when there were few street lights, little to do and most roads were dusty or, depending on the season, muddy.
"Trackers" have come to the valley.
Saturday was all about creativity in Kernville as the Kern River Valley Art Association put on its annual Sierra Arts & Crafts Fall Festival.
Two people were killed in a fiery crash early Saturday morning when a suspected drunken driver slammed into the back of their car on Rosedale Highway.
It's a little early -- and hot -- to start worrying about fireplaces.
The valley may be decades away from reaching the federal government's latest clean-air standards, a line that valley air officials refer to as the "moving goal posts" of federal regulation.
Students at Garces Memorial High School poured buckets of ice water over administrators, teachers and other staff members Friday as part of a fundraising effort.
The newest addition to Golden Empire Transit's board of directors took a swing at her own colleagues Friday, saying they should have made route improvements sooner and ought to fire the agency's CEO.
Avonda Jones played with her 2-year-old son, Tomontea, on the floor of the Juvenile Justice Center, and said there was a time she thought she might never see him again.
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