It's a story every parent of a teenager should see. Two teenagers at a Bakersfield high school use social media to cyber-shame two disabled students they were supposed to protect.
An Eyewitness News investigation into credit card spending by Kern High School District officials revealed this week that school employees paid as much as $309 a night for a taxpayer-funded hotel room in 2014.
A viewer called our tip line, concerned about flooding along Highway 184 in Lamont.
Reporter Kyle Harvey investigates questionable spending on Kern High School District credit cards. In this, Part II of his investigation, Harvey examines more itemized receipts.
Principals and district administrators collectively charged $700,000 on district credit cards in 2014.
Medical marijuana dispensaries are not allowed in Kern County or the city of Bakersfield, so parents are wondering why there's one open near a school.
Viewers called the Eyewitness News Tipline, concerned and upset about recurring potholes in their Oildale neighborhoods.
As Kern County continues to operate after the declaration of a financial emergency, Sheriff Donny Youngblood wants to cut down the rural crimes unit to save money.
Sam Wiseman had been writing in a notebook to his wife while overseas. Email was down, and he resorted to a notebook to write to his wife, Marisa, back home in Bakersfield.
A Bakersfield man in the Navy has been out at sea for a while. He’s been actively writing in a diary to his girlfriend, who is back home in Bakersfield.
The California Highway Patrol has warned drivers before, and officers are warning us again: Slow down when driving around schools.
Nearby businesses complain about the big group of tents and structures, but city and aid groups say it's taking time to deal with the problems and help the needy.
This is Part II of an investigation into the problem of vacant homes getting burned in parts of Bakersfield.
Many vacant houses quickly turn from an inferno to a wasteland. Late last year, two homes in east Bakersfield burst into flames within just a few hours of one another.
A viewer contacted Eyewitness News, upset that a home on her street is filled with squatters, and nothing was being done about the situation.
As they waited years for their civil case to go to trial, a Bakersfield couple discovered their attorney had left town and been disbarred.
A dog was shot by a Kern County probation officer, prompting questions from the family.
Bakersfield police get multiple cases like this a day and it is almost impossible to track down the scammers, because they are usually from huge criminal enterprises.
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