Several people contacted Eyewitness News with claims that a local pool contractor did not finish his work.
The Lamont Public Utility District finds itself trying to answer questions about financial dealings and other practices.
Residents of City in the Hills say for weeks they've been stuck going around holes and over rough patches on their streets. It turns out the developer is getting asphalt repairs done, and that should be complete by mid-December.
After going largely unnoticed for decades, state water quality regulators are setting their focus on a common practice in oil production - wastewater ponds.
Neighbors in a northwest Bakersfield area are frustrated that someone keeps opening up their "community" mailbox.
When law enforcement officers in Kern County encounter someone who has become a danger to themselves or others because of a mental illness, they call for backup from the Mobile Evaluation Team – mental health specialists trained to diffuse tense situations.
Eyewitness News has learned there’s a Mobile Evaluation Team in Kern County that specializes in mental health crisis calls. It’s comprised of nine people who are summoned by hospitals and law enforcement to de-escalate people who are having a mental breakdown and are considered to be dangerous.
“It seems like we're not getting anywhere,” said Kay Stitt, who has had a problem in her neighborhood for five months. “There must be records with AT&T, because I call all the time.”
Eyewitness News found two families making more than $100,000. 16 others make more than the low-income threshold.
Kern River Valley residents are complaining loud and long about their bills from California Water Service Co.
An Eyewitness News investigation last spring into the structural integrity of a large Bakersfield bridge revealed important repairs needed to be made to ensure the safety of the general public.
Eyewitness News received a call from a tenant living at Casa Real Apartments, claiming that lighting outside his complex is so terrible that criminals are using it to their advantage to break into tenants' cars at night.
Months of waiting are over for some Oildale residents after a large lot full of squatters and illegal dumping was demolished and cleaned up off Douglas Street.
A businessman is upset about people coming in front of his store to partake in alleged illegal activities.
Debbie Parks, who lives on Brundage Lane, called the Eyewitness News tip line because she's worried about rainwater damage to her home.
Some Oildale neighbors are frustrated that a vacant lot filled with trash and used by squatters is still not cleaned up.
A Vietnam veteran was gifted with a motorized scooter on Friday to replace his old scooter after someone destroyed it over the weekend.
An elderly woman in Bakersfield is fighting her insurance company in order to keep a roof over her head as her home is repaired.
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