It’s on the Internet and national radio: debris and radioactive material from the Fukushima, Japan, earthquake and tsunami is headed for the California coast this summer.
Some Oildale neighbors say the security system at a nearby business goes off at all hours with a long, loud and piercing siren.
Neighbors in the Westchester area question why the city of Bakersfield spent money to install curb cuts on several residential streets. The sloping access includes the yellow warning bumps, but the curving cement areas do not connect to any sidewalks.
Neighbors complain a trucking company disrupts their area with noise, smells and traffic. It's an near Hughes Road and McKee, and the company says they were there first, and they're not breaking any rules.
If we were to take an honest look at ourselves, we would probably find that we've responded to Facebook message or sent a tweet while spending time with our kids. While we may think it's not a big deal to stay connected, it may be causing a disconnect with our kids.
Two dogs confiscated from accused animal hoarder Kimi Peck are finally returned to their owner.
A Bakersfield family contacted Eyewitness News after they say a malicious maneuver almost turned their weekend off-road riding trip into a disaster.
Electronic cigarettes have undoubtedly grown in popularity over the last few years. Many health officials are warning that there may be lifelong consequences, especially for young users.
Electronic cigarettes have gained popularity, but doctors are warning parents that the liquid used in the devises might present unintended dangers for children.
Letters were sent from the city's water department to Rio Bravo Golf Course management and the Olcese Water District to halt irrigation shipments to the course for the rest of the year.
Two families were left with sewage flooding, including fecal matter, in their apartments after a pipe burst at their complex last Monday.
A private school with about 50 students is being forced to shut down, leaving worried families and heartbroken staff.
A school worker is being investigated for allegedly killing cats, but a month after his arrest, no charges have been filed.
Six months after the big city-county breakup, animal advocates and the shelters themselves are encouraged at progress in caring for local stray and unwanted pets.
A neighbor expressed concern for safety after spotting people living in Lowell Park. Police say "lodging" in city parks is illegal, and parks crews convinced a number of those at that park to move along.