A Bakersfield man was stunned when state agents showed up at his home and took all his guns.
The Better Business Bureau issued a warning against a scam targeting cellphones. Bakersfield BBB manager Connie Alarcon said the “One Ring” scam preys on the curious.
While blacks and Hispanics have made strides in Kern County, community leaders say more dialogue is needed to have a lasting impact.
She isn’t calling it a solution, but a step in the right direction. Bell Gardens Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia is the author of AB256, a new law that makes cyber bullying part of schools’ jurisdiction.
"I didn't know what to do,” said a 14-year-old girl, who said she was the victim of cyber bullying. “I just felt like cutting myself was the only thing for me to do, besides kill myself."
The sidewalks are under construction in a part of central Bakersfield and some pedestrians have become concerned with safety.
A Bakersfield College student is accusing students of targeting her for blowing the whistle on her classmates, after her car was vandalized Friday morning.
A funeral home being investigated for financial fraud now faces the risk of closure after inspectors found code violations throughout the building, according to Bakersfield Code Enforcement.
A Bakersfield woman who received a check scam in the mail reached out to Eyewitness News this week to inform the public of this potential trick.
Folley travels up and down Highway 58, and normally uses the Sand Canyon exit to get to work. But, since the bridge was torn down, he's had to take a 10-mile detour to work and an additional 10 miles back home for the past six months.
A rescue organization east of Bakersfield tries to save horses, but that work just got harder after thieves broke in and stole most of its gear.
Michael Pina usually spends time putting up Christmas lights. Now he’s picking them up.
A tipster called Eyewitness News about a scam known as the “secret shopper."
A local small business owner is disputing a demand from the city of Arvin that her company must get a city business license.
The No. 2 man in charge of the McFarland Police Department had his own brush with the law while working as an investigator in Riverside County.