A neighbor worries about people getting onto the grounds of a Head Start preschool and using drugs there. She sees it during hours the children aren't there, but she's concerned about things like drug paraphernalia being left behind.
One week after voicing his complaints, a southeast Bakersfield neighbor says he's getting results. The piles of junk have been cleaned off the roadway, and city officials promise more patrols to clean that up and watch for illegal drag racing on Redbank Road between South Oswell and South Sterling Road.
A surveillance camera facing the mailboxes shows a man pulling out a key and opening up a box. Marquez said this is the same key that the carriers use to deliver and pull the mail.
During the recent hunt for murder suspect Benjamin Ashley, a lot of people contacted Eyewitness News hoping to learn why the initial computer composite sketch of Ashley was so different from the way he actually looked.
A southeast Bakersfield man complains illegal drag racing and illegal dumping are making his neighborhood dangerous and ugly.
A controversial new theory claims doctors are overly treating certain types of cancers and opting for surgery too often.
Owners checked on their property Wednesday morning on Kentucky Street and found squatters.
A longtime eyesore on the southbound Highway 99 in north Bakersfield will finally be fixed. Caltrans officials say the badly burned highway sign just south of Olive Drive will be replaced with a new one by December.
Health officials Tuesday said a mercury spill that happened two weeks ago may still be a danger to the public.
A Bakersfield woman has spoken out for the first time after her house was contaminated with a small amount of liquid mercury.
The drive on Highway 178 east of Bakersfield is getting smoother, with the new interchange at Morning Drive. But, neighbors wonder why trees are being planted when the state's in the middle of a drought.
Metro Bakersfield was found to have the second-highest rate in the country of young adults who aren't in school and aren't working.
Neighbors in an area south of Ming Avenue complain they've been stuck with illegal dumping and homeless camps for a long time, and they wonder why nothing has been done.
In ongoing efforts to curb copper wire theft, the sheriff's department on Thursday arrested the owner of an east Bakersfield recycling center.
The state of California says there are thousands of people wasting hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars by filing too many lawsuits.