Come to the Park at River Walk this Saturday at 9 AM to help find a cure to MS. The walk is a 1K or a 5K.
Aaron Perlman brings you the weather forecast every Monday through Friday. Be sure to watch him from 5-7 a.m. on KBAK CBS and 7-9 a.m. on KBFX Fox.
Trixie is a white feline with a mix of Siamese in her. You can pick her up at the SPCA on 3000 Gibson St. off of Rosedale Highway. Their phone number is (661) 323-8353.
Local director Rickey Bird's latest film "Naked Zombie Girl" debuts at the LA Horror Film Festival this Thursday. He talks with morning forecaster Aaron Perlman about the film and what's next for the talented young director.
The Comprehensive Blood and Cancer Center will be holding a classic car show and chili cook-off 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, with proceeds benefiting children who have cancer that need to travel to other medical facilities away from Bakersfield.
Lifestyle expert Jenny Maddern joined Eyewitness News Mornings to talk about what you need to do further your professional career.
Rep. Valadao joined Eyewitness News Mornings on Tuesday to talk about Biden's visit and the debate.
Sunday, the San Joaquin Community Hospital is putting together a free concert at the Park at River Walk. Four local bands will join two national acts: Rhett Walker Band and Plumb. The concert will be emceed by our very own morning forecaster Aaron Perlman.
Don't miss San Joaquin Community Hospital's fifth-annual Gospel Fest, this Sunday.
Eyewitness Mornings Anchor Amity Addrisi gets to talk about her new obsession with the show's star John Benjamin Hickey.
A 10-year coach for the Bakersfield High School Drillers, Coach Lance McCullah isn't letting his battle with ALS stop him from touching the lives of his players.
"Sesame Street" enters 45th season. Elmo and Cookie Monster talk with Eyewitness News Mornings weatherman Aaron Perlman about what you can expect this year.
Starship front man joins Eyewitness News Mornings to talk "Guardians" and Saturday's show in Bakersfield.
Aaron Perlman's twin brother Joshua updates the Eyewitness News viewers of the record flooding that took place in their home town of Phoenix.
Democrat Amanda Renteria joined Eyewitness News Mornings to talk about her bid to win the 21st Congressional District seat against incumbent Republican David Valadao.