A mother said she missed seeing her child's Christmas-program performance, because she couldn't reach wheelchair access to the school auditorium.
With Christmas less than a week away, one family had their presents stolen out of their storage locker in central Bakersfield.
Dave Coleman says when the pump read 2 gallons, the fluid in the can was below the 2-gallon mark. Kern County officials quickly came out to check the pump in question, and they find it's accurate.
Police are looking for a man who stole a $1,000 bike on Tuesday morning, but the owner of that bike doesn't think the police have done enough to help her out.
Donato Lucero says his wife left on Nov. 18, and then this week there was a house fire, displacing the family. He thinks that's also suspicious.
An Eyewitness News viewer, Patrick Hayden, contacted our tip line, upset that the home he is renting completely flooded right before Thanksgiving.
Kern County Supervisors voted to fine a medical marijuana evaluation office, saying its signs violate local rules.
The hospital is supposed to reimburse him for gas, but that process has left him frustrated and almost $300 short. He said it’s not the first time they’ve fallen behind on payments.
"The community all joining together for a good cause ... it's a beautiful thing. I feel like the crazy dog lady, but I don't care what people think of me. I mean, I did everything that I thought was necessary to get him back legally," said Gregor.
A new proposition passed by voters this November could be putting firefighting forces at risk.
A Bakersfield grandmother and her nine kids are being forced to move from the house they just rented. The woman said she now thinks she was the victim of a scam, and she has a warning to others.
How do you know if you're getting what you pay for with high-speed Internet? Eyewitness News received complaints from several viewers saying their Internet was too slow. So, we brought a tech expert into one viewer's home to test his system.
Veteran Roger Hatcher said he’s seen the entire country of Iraq. His house is decorated with memories from his time as a Marine: hats, pictures, and even the flag he carried when soldiers found Saddam Hussein. Now his battle with cancer is way tougher than anything he faced overseas.
Seven years before outrage erupted over veterans waiting and then dying for treatment at the Phoenix Veterans Affairs hospital, Eyewitness News exposed complaints of long wait times and, sometimes, alleged shoddy service at the Bakersfield VA clinic.
The High Sierra Wild Horse Sanctuary in Lake Isabella is moving its horses in order to provide proper shading for the animals.
Homeowners in central Bakersfield are upset with Pacific Gas and Electric Co. over a leaning pole in their neighborhood.
As the spotlight fades from Veterans Day, one man, who has served our country and was honorably discharged, feels like he spent the holiday on his death bed because of his care under the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Two viewers sent Eyewitness News footage of water spewing out of a street, clearly being wasted down the road.
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