A light went out in studio during a live weather forecast, and the sound shocked the anchors, but the show must go on!
Americans will spend, on average, more than $669 on back-to-school expenses, up 5 percent from a year ago.
One of the world's wealthiest men, Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, is making an argument for a three-day work week, saying it could help people balance their work and home lives.
Vacationing students from Rancho Cucamonga are taught how to present a forecast from morning forecaster Aaron Perlman. Watch Carter, Emma and Nathan.
Bakersfield Mayor Harvey Hall joined Eyewitness News Mornings to talk about his recovery from recent surgery, the state of the city and the ongoing GET bus strike.
Energy expert Allan Ting joined Eyewitness News Mornings to talk about fighting fatigue.
Lloyd Segal is a real estate guru who recently joined Eyewitness News Mornings to talk about flipping houses.
Josh Helmuth gets an in-depth look at Carrie Swidecki's newest world record of 72 hours straight of "Just Dance," and what the motivation is behind her tremendous goals.
Giving the morning forecast, Aaron Perlman tried to eat a mild chili pepper, which turned out to be too hot for him to handle. Reporter Josh Helmuth was quickly on the scene to finish the forecast!
Former Miss America contestant Sandi Rose Miller joined Eyewitness News Mornings to talk about the colors you should and shouldn't be wearing.
Bakersfield Congressman and House Majority Leader-elect Kevin McCarthy joined Eyewitness News Mornings for a one-on-one with Eyewitness News anchor Rob Finnerty.
A little boy, the victim of horrific abuse, will eternally be portrayed in a statue as his beloved Superman after a change of heart from DC Entertainment.
Actor Eric Roberts is in Bakersfield filming his latest project, "Revelations." During an interview with Eyewitness News, Roberts had some choice words for the town.
DC Entertainment has barred the use of the Superman logo for a memorial statue of a 5-year-old boy who was starved to death by his grandparents.
East Coast gets Fourth of July celebrations started early due to Hurricane Arthur.