Jersey Mike's Subs will donate 100 percent of sales Wednesday to the Children's Miracle Network.
Mo from Hot 94.1 FM stops by Eyewitness News Mornings and recaps the explosive season finale of the Fox TV show "Empire."
Toilet paper shortage at firehouses nationwide has inspired a new campaign.
AT&T's App Chick, Meredith Red, shows us some great new apps for spring break. Morning forecaster Aaron Perlman's favorite new app, Safe Walk, gets demonstrated, and we think it will be yours, too!
The song is titled "Go Live Your Life" and was written and recorded by Wade Hayes after his own battle with colon cancer.
Eyewitness News had the opportunity to spend a day with Congressman David Valadao on his farm in Hanford.
Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian has been locked in an Iranian prison in Tehran since July 2014, and the Iranian government has not released any evidence against him or formally charged him with a crime.
Eyewitness News got an inside look at the production of the new CBS show "CSI: Cyber."
Pop culture icon Bruce Campbell talks about his new game show "Last Fan Standing," which airs on Monday March 9 on ConTV.
Color Me Rad returns to Bakersfield at 9 a.m. Saturday.
Morning anchors joke about their "news anchor children," while Rob calls his brother to confirm a long lost story.
Freddie Highmore joined the morning show to talk about the third season of his hit show "Bates Motel."
"Foxcatcher" was nominated for five Academy Awards and tells to true story of Dave Shultz, who was tragically shot and killed in the late 1980s by John DuPont. His widow, Nancy Shultz, talked with morning anchor Rob Finnerty about the film and how true to life it really was.
Dr. Anthony Virella is a Los Angeles-based doctor who is opening up a new office in Bakersfield to meet patient demand.