A family in northwest Bakersfield contacted Eyewitness News Tuesday, looking for help in his struggle with AT&T to fill a large hole the company dug in his driveway.
Neighbors in an Oildale area got their hopes up when a vacant house was really getting cleaned up. But, several months later, all the problems are back in a big way.
The city said traffic engineers found that the College Avenue and Morning Drive intersection didn't meet state requirements for an all-way stop.
Neighbors in a quiet Oildale area say a vacant lot is a magnet for squatters, crime and a lot of illegal dumping.
Watch the report at 10 p.m. Thursday on Eyewitness News on Fox 58.
A Facebook post of an injured girl has raised concern among parents at Louise Sandrini Elementary.
Some Bakersfield families are complaining about trash in Mill Creek at Central Park, and they asked who is supposed to clean it up.
People are certifying their dogs as emotional-support animals without a medical diagnosis. We look at the impact.
The groomers at Darlene's Pet Salon told Eyewitness News on Wednesday that the dog was left unattended by one of the groomers as she was giving him a bath. The dog jumped out of the tub and hanged himself.
Parents and school officials want a stop sign and lower speed limits after road improvements near Stiern Middle School resulted in traffic pattern changes.
Eyewitness News viewers question large water bills. Carol Ferguson investigates, 10 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12, on Fox 58.
A Bakersfield man with a solar system on his roof wonders why a fee is doubling on his power bill.
Neighbors in a south Bakersfield area say they're trying to conserve water during this drought, but their new water meters are making things worse.
A stretch of Rosedale Highway is under construction, and Bakersfield resident Stan Dodson questioned why it is taking so long to finish the work.
Some Kern County families live on top of an earthquake fault line. We'll show you the danger zones at 5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 2, on KBAK-CBS.