A semitruck veered off Highway 99 and into some train tracks Tuesday morning. A witness reportedly found the driver behind the steering wheel afterward struggling the breathe.
A man was sentenced Monday in Kern County court to three years in prison for a hit-and-run crash that killed a motorcycle rider last summer.
City firefighters say a string of grass fires were intentionally set Friday morning in the area of L and 10th streets.
One man was arrested and methamphetamine and guns were seized in a parole search Tuesday night.
Bill Quigley told Eyewitness News on Friday that he passed Section 8 inspection with the help of a new stove, donated by Urner's Appliance Center.
The city of Bakersfield's Solid Waste Division cleaned up torn mattresses and couches illegally dumped behind an apartment building on the corner of 8th and K streets after an Eyewitness News investigation found the items had remained there for nearly a month.
Kaplan College is hosting a Veteran Services Fair on Thursday. The event will be on the college campus, 1914 Wible Road, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Summer Movies in the Park return this weekend and continue through Aug. 9.
Volunteers are painting a historic school on the grounds of the Kern County Museum.
Volunteers are again trying to solve a local veteran's housing problem so he can stay in his apartment. The Korean War vet relies on Section 8 assistance with this rent, but for the second time the stove in the unit may not pass a required inspection.
Police want help locating a man suspected of robbing a CVS store on Stockdale Highway.
Police said Tuesday that a reward of up to $5,000 is being offered for information on a bank robbery suspect.
A ceiling panel fell on customers as they ate dinner Saturday night at Tacos La Villa. Eyewitness News looked at the customer's complaint, as well as possible public health issues.
A shooting sends one man to the hospital, and leaves witnesses reluctant to come forward with information.
Free, nutritious meals will be served this summer to qualifying Kern County children through a federally funded program.