Congressman David Valadao takes president's executive order to task.
How do you know if you're getting what you pay for with high-speed Internet? Eyewitness News received complaints from several viewers saying their Internet was too slow. So, we brought a tech expert into one viewer's home to test his system.
Search-and-rescue crews pulled a man's body from the Kern River on Thursday.
Local animal care officials want help tracking down the person who bound a dog and threw her into a fenced AT&T yard in the Rosamond area.
Local Republican Party officials say President Barack Obama's immigration plans overstep his legal authority, and some observers think he's making the move to divide Republicans.
A Fresno man who stabbed his co-worker dozens of times in 1984 and then cut out the man's heart and put it in his jacket pocket has been released from prison despite objections from Gov. Jerry Brown.
Bakersfield immigration attorney Win Eaton sat down with Eyewitness News anchors immediately after President Barack Obama addressed the nation about his expansive executive actions to spare nearly 5 million people from deportation.
The Kern County Sheriff's Office released the name and photo of a man suspected of stealing a $200,000 shipment of pistachios.
The man engaged the children in conversation and requested they enter his vehicle so he could give them a ride to school, police said.
A drunken driver who killed a baby was found guilty Thursday on six charges, including second-degree murder.
A Tehachapi woman accused of abandoning her toddler in a field has been found guilty of willful cruelty to child.
The trial for accused Taft Union High School shooter Bryan Oliver is now on a break until after the Thanksgiving holiday.
Prosecutors won't file charges against the wife of a murdered railway worker. Sabrina Limon, 35, was arrested this week, accused of conspiring with her lover in the murder of her husband, 38-year-old Robert Limon.
The Kern County Sheriff's Office is looking for a man who allegedly stole a basket full of groceries.
State regulators Thursday fined Pacific Gas & Electric Co. and required its shareholders to cover as much as $400 million of a planned gas rate increase because of backroom negotiations between the utility and regulators.