After Pacific Gas & Electric Co. implemented a new rate structure earlier this month, which includes raising rates on its two least expensive tiers, the new plans didn't sit well with one solar customer.
Some stores in the newly opened Outlets at Tejon are collecting too much sales tax.
In the five years that Susan Adkisson has lived at her home, she has gotten used to two sounds: the running water from her pond and the buzzing of swarms of bees that have made their home on a neighbor's tree.
An Eyewitness News viewer wants to warn the public about a scam.
They are tenacious, ruthless and deadly. Its earned them the name "killer bees." Once in rural areas only, they now may be in a neighborhood near you.
When Jose Licea woke up last Thursday, he noticed a small water leak in his front yard on Cecil Brunner Drive in central Bakersfield.
Three times over the last three weeks, one Bakersfield resident has noticed some strange activity outside of her home in the middle of the night.
Eyewitness News looked into government salaries in Kern County and how they stack up to similar jobs in nearby counties.
A Bakersfield business owner is left heartbroken after thieves take her treasured quilts.
The home that he rents from Able Property Management in Lake Isabella and lives in with his dog, Roxy, is infested with mice.
A Bakersfield doctor posted video of suspected theft, hoping the man in the video knows he's been busted.
As residents of Murrieta have now learned, one small protest can lead to big misconceptions across the country.
With no rain in sight, farmers are scrambling to keep their crops. Eyewitness News anchor Amity Addrisi digs into how the drought is not only sinking hopes for farmers, but sinking the very land we live on.
Eyewitness News viewers reached out about a phone scam where the caller claims to be from the Internal Revenue Service.
McFarland is looking for a new police chief. Again.
Neighbor have questions about the area near Terrace Way in Bakersfield, which was a historic cemetery for Chinese pioneers to Kern County.
Neighbors in Golden Hills worry about children's safety after a couple unexpectedly arrive in a nonoperational recreational vehicle.
Tenants living at a V.R.s' Trailer Park off South Union Avenue have been without water since Thursday.
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