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.
A woman contacted Eyewitness News, outraged after she found an American flag in the dump. The woman brought the story to light to prevent others from improperly disposing of American flags.
Numerous cities across California are being sued because of ordinances that bar sex offenders from being in certain places.
In photos obtained by Eyewitness News, a crushed Ford F150 pickup sits badly damaged in a Kern County yard, allegedly wrecked by a worker in a drunk-driving crash.
After a six-year battle, neighbors in an Arvin community are happy that a couple dozen empty Amtrak rail cars have been moved.
A woman contacted Eyewitness News after she says she claims she received counterfeit money from an Oildale retailer.
On streets and alleys around 34th Street, a local organization is doing more than just picking up trash. Garden Pathways says their effort aims to convince neighbors they care, and then help those neighbors get some potentially life-changing help. They call it helping from the inside out.
Some central Bakersfield neighbors want more action to clean up a vacant house that's drawing plenty of problems. It sits in the 1800 block of Orange Street, and code enforcement officers say they have an investigation underway.
An east Bakersfield man, Daniel Marrujo, sent Eyewitness News a video of two cars racing down a residential street.
McFarland police chief Greg Herrington is reportedly put on administrative leave, but city officials are tight lipped about the matter.
After a viewer contacted Eyewitness News, wanting to know what can be done about abandoned shopping carts, we began to look into what the city and county are doing to alleviate the problem.
Planning for the Centennial Corridor has been going on for years, but Tuesday morning, Kern County supervisors gave a vote of confidence to put it one step closer to the finish.
Recent news of the county's intent to sue in opposition of the high-speed rail project has some wondering if the move will have a negative impact on the county’s bid for the heavy maintenance yard.