On the first day of school, a busload of young students was stranded at the side of the road on their way home. Parents said they are frustrated by the delay - first, in finding out where the kids were, and, second, actually getting the children off the very hot bus.
Neighbors in Taft are worried about kids' safety after finding fishing line strung up on playground equipment in Veterans' Park. Taft Police say they got reports about this hazard and something similar at the bike path, and they're investigating.
A mother is searching for the killer of her 5-year-old daughter’s horse. "There's a very special bond between a little girl and her horse," Laura Devin-Clark told Eyewitness News.
Extreme Wireless has been hit several times by thieves. The business is hoping someone will recognize suspects caught on video.
Members of Gurdwara Guru Dashmesh Darbar Inc. deny their neighbor's accusations that they've been dumping raw sewage on the ground.
Randy Jones lives in a southwest Bakersfield neighborhood and said Tuesday that the Sikh temple behind his house is dumping raw sewage on the ground. "I've seen raw sewage being dumped, trash, the noise and the smell. It's just nasty," Jones said.
The director of a sober-living home in Bakersfield is in jail on drug possession charges, and the house itself has an eviction notice on it. One local agency says they are not surprised and had already pulled its clients out of Robinson's House.
A Korean War veteran has won his months-long battle to stay in his home.
The California Water Service Co. and residents have confirmed that a water leak on the 300 block of Pauma Court in Bakersfield is in the process of being fixed, after an Eyewitness News investigation found the leak had been running for over a week.
Some Arvin neighbors said Friday that they are frustrated after waiting weeks for their community mailboxes to be repaired.
Would-be sellers look for new ways to connect with possible buyers, and they're finding plenty of opportunities with social media websites. But, a cautious Facebook user asked Eyewitness News some questions after seeing a page with guns for sale.
Patricia Young of Tehachapi was just headed out to feed the hummingbirds Wednesday morning, but when she opened her door, she got a bit of a surprise - a skunk.
A confidential audit ordered by the California Public Utilities Commission about its own safety culture reveals several of its employees have little faith in the commission's ability to properly regulate utilities.
Mohammed Iqbal wore his hijab to Bakersfield's Valley Plaza Mall on Monday and started recording. When security saw what was going on, they asked him to leave.
Amid a looming rate increase proposal, claims that Pacific Gas and Electric Co. asked its customers who have benefited from the utility's charitable donations to attend its statewide rate case hearings were confirmed by the company, an Eyewitness News investigation discovered.