Would-be sellers look for new ways to connect with possible buyers, and they're finding plenty of opportunities with social media websites. But, a cautious Facebook user asked Eyewitness News some questions after seeing a page with guns for sale.
Patricia Young of Tehachapi was just headed out to feed the hummingbirds Wednesday morning, but when she opened her door, she got a bit of a surprise - a skunk.
A confidential audit ordered by the California Public Utilities Commission about its own safety culture reveals several of its employees have little faith in the commission's ability to properly regulate utilities.
Mohammed Iqbal wore his hijab to Bakersfield's Valley Plaza Mall on Monday and started recording. When security saw what was going on, they asked him to leave.
Amid a looming rate increase proposal, claims that Pacific Gas and Electric Co. asked its customers who have benefited from the utility's charitable donations to attend its statewide rate case hearings were confirmed by the company, an Eyewitness News investigation discovered.
A local woman is upset about the trash, old furniture and appliances that are collecting near an area of South Union Avenue between Barton Street and McKee Road.
The spray park at Siemon Park is Bakersfield’s newest summer attraction, and a big draw for children. “Since the spray park opened, the cars are coming through faster,” said Taylor. "And when they come to the stop sign here, they just keep on going when they're supposed to let the other car turn in front of them."
After a successful effort to save his Section 8 housing assistance, 82-year-old Bill Quigley is facing eviction from his apartment.
Business owners in Lamont are unhappy about the effect several sweepstakes cafes are having in their town.
Workers needing unemployment or disability benefits have complained for months about problems getting information or their payments. The state's Employment Development Department promised improvements by this summer, and officials insist they're seeing results. But, some recipients told Eyewitness News they still can't even reach EDD.
Deshawn Cohen moved his wife and children into a new apartment in March. Just months later, he said that's when all the problems began. He described problems with bug infestations, electricity issues and a broken stove, but all of those issues have paled in comparison to the broken air-conditioning unit.
East Kern County commuters have a number of questions after a bridge on Highway 58 in Sand Canyon was torn down and workers didn't return to put it back up.
A Taft mother is convinced her son's death is linked to the drug called "spice." The young man apparently hung himself, but the mother said she thinks that was caused by the effects of spice.
Residents in one Bakersfield neighborhood said they are fed up with seeing mounds of trash piled up next to where they live. After calling the city for help with little result, the residents called Eyewitness News.
When the high winds of early May blew across Bakersfield, downed power lines in Oildale resident Martin Stewart's backyard sparked a fire that caused thousands of dollars in damages.