The Kern County coroner's office said Wednesday how a woman died before her body was found in a burning garage.
A father of seven was killed in a violent crash the day before Thanksgiving.
Holiday Lights at the California Living Museum returns for its 11th season this weekend.
A drunk driver was sentenced Tuesday to 29 years in prison for a deadly crash in the fall of 2012.
The first annual Bakersfield Christmas Town and Holiday Lamplight Tour at the Kern County Museum begins this weekend.
One person died Wednesday night in a crash at Columbus Street and University Avenue.
A woman was knocked unconscious Tuesday night while walking in the 3200 block of Chester Avenue, according to police.
The owner of an east Bakersfield mobile home park will no longer give their residents homemade contract addendums after an Eyewitness News investigation revealed at least one resident had been given a handwritten agreement asking him to turn over his property upon his death.
A car ended up crashing into home's front yard Saturday morning at Eucalyptus and Fairfax and the driver was pronounced dead. Investigators said it happened when another driver ran a red light and hit the car in which the driver was killed.
Police on Friday released a composite image of a would-be kidnapper.
The Bakersfield Solid Waste Division said it won't have trash service on Thanksgiving.
A 15-year-old girl who was hit and killed by a car Tuesday night might have been struck by more than one vehicle.
A 15-year-old girl has been identified as the victim of a crash on Niles Street, and officers say she may have walked into the path of a car because she was wearing headphones.
The goal is to get a group of volunteers to supplement police services and free officers for high priority calls.
The nonprofit group will again hold a service to honor the tiny lives, and local people have given the children names. The next service will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday at Historic Union Cemetery. The service is open to the public.