Last week, Angela Green brought our attention to illegal dumping in her neighborhood. The strip of land as long as a football field was covered with broken televisions, tires, beer bottles and garbage.
The intersection of Berkshire and Stine, just south of Panama, is heavily traveled, especially in the mornings and evenings. One mother is worried about the students who walk this way to go to school.
A man waves a sign saying "Doctor is in." But, parents in Oildale are upset, because the doctor's office making medical marijuana evaluations is right across from some schools.
Each morning, Bonnie Switzer puts her life on the line as a school crossing guard. "I love it. I love the kids and met some really nice families," said Switzer. She's also seen a rise in drivers speeding through school zones.
George Garcia is blind and relies on his guide dog. When Garcia went to accompany his girlfriend to the eye doctor, he said he was asked to leave, unable to sit in the waiting room.
Residents in the Saddleback subdivision say they are seeing an increase in trash dumped near Meacham Road and Rudd Avenue. They're calling on county services to clean it up.
When Betty Olling picked up the phone Tuesday morning, she heard a desperate call for help from her "grandson."
A local business owner is upset that her landlord was unwilling to pay for mold damage in bathrooms of her perspective location.
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.