The missing, pregnant wife of a Marine might have been shot while hunting in California with a married man with whom she was having an affair, court document show.
State officials have asked everyone to conserve water. The issue of how to balance beautiful landscaping and water conservation has become a flash point in some communities.
Shannon Smotherman wants to share her experience with valley fever, raising awareness of the serious disease.
A man was in court Tuesday for allegedly shooting his 13-year-old daughter while trying to break up a fight.
With the city's bus strike in its second week, a closed meeting was held Tuesday to consider a new union proposal.
The man who died this weekend in the fast-moving Kern River has been publicly identified.
A water agency in the Silicon Valley is considering a plan to hire several "water cops" to prevent residents from wasting water during California's historic drought.
A Central California company is recalling specific lots of its fresh peaches, plums, nectarines and pluots sold nationwide over concerns of possible listeria contamination.
A tree planted in Los Angeles to honor former Beatle George Harrison has been killed — by beetles.
A boys Catholic high school in Los Angeles will require all students to undergo baseline testing for concussions — whether they are athletes or not.
A big rig fire, which spread to grass, had southbound Interstate 5 traffic backed up for more than 4 miles at one point Tuesday afternoon near Grapevine Road.
A Vancouver woman spent 12 hours trapped in a car with her dead passenger before being found by a hitchhiker after an accident near Cannon Beach on Sunday, Oregon State Police said.
Justin Fritz, a Bakersfield man, was arrested over the weekend on drug charges in Oklahoma.
An arrest warrant has been issued for a man suspected in a deadly hit-and-run crash.
President Barack Obama is flying into California on Tuesday for a pair of Democratic fundraisers in Silicon Valley and the Los Angeles area.
Authorities say this missing man has been found.
Authorities report they have recovered the drowning victim's body from the river.
Federal scientists are out with the latest analysis of earthquake risk, and local experts say it's a good reminder to Kern County that quake preparation is a must.
A disabled man's cellphone was stolen from him by three teenagers as he sat on a bus.
A report from the Bakersfield city manager’s office reveals some good news when it comes to crime. Police stats show a large reduction in serious crimes.
As residents of Murrieta have now learned, one small protest can lead to big misconceptions across the country.
One local obstetrician/gynecologist could possibly have his medical license revoked or suspended after the California Medical Board accused him of gross negligence.
The Kern County District Attorney's Office announced a conviction Monday in a gang murder case.
The Greater Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce says its longtime special projects manager Pauline Bartlett has died.
The Bakersfield Recreation & Parks Department said Monday that kick scooters are now allowed in city-owned skate parks.
With no rain in sight, farmers are scrambling to keep their crops. Eyewitness News anchor Amity Addrisi digs into how the drought is not only sinking hopes for farmers, but sinking the very land we live on.
A 67-year-old Bakersfield man was sentenced Monday to a year in federal prison for tax crimes.
Marcelino and Denice Guzman beat the boy with belts, wooden sticks, open hands and fists, and repeatedly burned the boy with cigarettes. The boy also suffered a broken jaw, and his skin had been burned by chemicals.
A 19-year-old man died over the weekend in a single-vehicle crash in Delano.
As the city's bus strike enters its second week, a closed meeting is scheduled to consider a new union proposal.
Enrique Reynosa, 37, was stopped on Highway 99 in Kern County for a a traffic violation. A subsequent search of his truck turned up 6 pounds of methamphetamine, 8 pounds of cocaine and $1,510 in cash, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office in Fresno.
A drunk driver entered a plea Monday in Kern County court to gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated.
Police on Monday released surveillance photos of a woman suspected of trying to rob a bank.