The High Sierra Wild Horse Sanctuary in Lake Isabella is moving its horses in order to provide proper shading for the animals.
Homeowners in central Bakersfield are upset with Pacific Gas and Electric Co. over a leaning pole in their neighborhood.
As the spotlight fades from Veterans Day, one man, who has served our country and was honorably discharged, feels like he spent the holiday on his death bed because of his care under the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Two viewers sent Eyewitness News footage of water spewing out of a street, clearly being wasted down the road.
Neighbors in a Bakersfield senior living community think people who have moved into a house are living there illegally.
The animal shelter is usually a place where an adoption is good news for everyone involved. However, one woman came to Eyewitness News after her long-time dog got lost, ended up at the shelter and got adopted into a new family.
Some parents are upset about a school safety drill, which they say scared their children. The lockdown drill was Wednesday at Warren Junior High, and school administrators say the practice is necessary to check their campus safety plans.
Despite efforts to cut back on student suspension and expulsions, the Kern High School District is also accused of discriminatory discipline practices.
If a hacker does come across your child's device, it's not bank statements or important emails they'll get. For the kids, it's the social apps -- with their photos, user names and conversations -- that are up for grabs.
Eyewitness News uncovers how hackers can get personal information off your devices once they are connected to a public network, and the steps you can take to limit your exposure.
A parent contacted Eyewitness News, upset after she received two parking tickets in one month at her child's school.
Victims of scams are now receiving phone calls from numbers connected to the targeted agency.
An east Bakersfield storage facility has been the target of nearly a dozen burglaries and thefts in the last several weeks.
Thousands of hours go into search-and-rescue missions every year in Kern County. Local taxpayers foot some of that bill, but hundreds of volunteers donate the majority of the effort and expense.
“I found out that, after talking to them today, there is no easement,” he said. “They wanted us to voluntarily take our trees out ... I choose not to, and so far everyone I’ve talked to chooses not to. We wouldn’t have found this out, the story wouldn’t have come out, if it hadn’t have been for Eyewitness News.”