Two men were arrested Sunday in connection with a girl's hit-and-run death in the Tehachapi area.
Bakersfield College is celebrating homecoming this week.
A woman was rescued Sunday after allegedly being kidnapped and held against her will for two days in Oildale, according to Kern County Sheriff's deputies.
He described it as a “monster movie where you try to reason with the monsters rather than fight them.”
Officers found explosives Sunday while searching a home during a burglary investigation in California City.
The legislation was among bills targeted by the business community and one of 18 Brown vetoed Sunday.
Analyst Trilby Lundberg reports Sunday that the average U.S. cost of regular gas is $2.34 a gallon, down just half a cent in the past two weeks.
Lake Tahoe Airport director Sherry Miller says the Beech 35 Bonanza sparked a fire on a side of the house in South Lake Tahoe, but it was quickly extinguished Saturday.
To cut monthly water use by about 10 percent, owner Chuck McLaughlin bought an extra 310-gallon tank to catch water used in the brewing process to reuse it for cleaning equipment. His new brewhouse includes a chiller that uses two-thirds less water than his old one.
The family of a woman killed in a crash on Weedpatch Highway talked to Eyewitness News about their loved one.
CHP officials say an approximately 40-year-old woman died at the scene after her car was broadsided. A 17-year-old who was also in the car suffered major injuries.
The latest Honor Flights returned to Kern County on Friday night, met with cheers and applause.
Brown announced Saturday that he had signed AB1461 by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, D-San Diego, which aims to boost California's voter rolls by registering visitors to the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Speaking in a grove of sun-filled trees on the California State University, Bakersfield campus, state Sen. Jean Fuller reflected on what it meant to be the state's first female Senate Republican leader.
Thousands of older wood and concrete apartment buildings vulnerable to collapse in a major earthquake would get costly upgrades under sweeping retrofitting rules passed Friday by the Los Angeles City Council.