When Shamrock Social Gaming and Mining opened on Brundage Lane, Eyewitness news immediately got questions from viewers who were worried that is it catering to gamblers. As of Wednesday, local authorities said they could not comment on the operation.
A property owner said alleged squatters did massive damage to a house he was fixing up to sell, and he has a warning to others with homes that are vacant or under renovation.
The Kern High School District is making changes following an Eyewitness News investigation into the district’s credit card spending.
The updated median on Mt. Vernon Avenue between Columbus and University Avenue includes lots of additional trees and plants, and some residents ask whether that's a good idea during the state's severe drought.
An Eyewitness News investigation helped make one road more safe in Lamont. On Feb. 26, Raul Rocha called Eyewitness News, concerned about flooding along Highway 184.
A Bakersfield family is concerned about new flooring they installed in their entire home after seeing media reports raising questions about chemical emissions from the material.
An investigation into the Delano Joint Union High School District’s credit card spending in 2014 revealed the district paid for several board members to stay in a $500-a-night hotel in downtown San Francisco while attending a conference last year.
The smelly remains of an old oil reservoir believed to have been constructed shortly after the turn of the 20th century has an Oildale neighborhood closing windows and limiting time outdoors.
It's a story every parent of a teenager should see. Two teenagers at a Bakersfield high school use social media to cyber-shame two disabled students they were supposed to protect.
An Eyewitness News investigation into credit card spending by Kern High School District officials revealed this week that school employees paid as much as $309 a night for a taxpayer-funded hotel room in 2014.
A viewer called our tip line, concerned about flooding along Highway 184 in Lamont.
Reporter Kyle Harvey investigates questionable spending on Kern High School District credit cards. In this, Part II of his investigation, Harvey examines more itemized receipts.
Principals and district administrators collectively charged $700,000 on district credit cards in 2014.
Medical marijuana dispensaries are not allowed in Kern County or the city of Bakersfield, so parents are wondering why there's one open near a school.
Viewers called the Eyewitness News Tipline, concerned and upset about recurring potholes in their Oildale neighborhoods.