Southern California airports are reporting some cancelations and delays resulting from a fire at a suburban Chicago air traffic control facility that led to a ground stop at that city's two airports.
An animal advocacy group is suing a Southern California pet store chain that it claims has sold dogs bred in large commercial facilities known as "puppy mills."
A bill championed by a Bakersfield teenager and his family has been signed by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Low student enrollment at Abernathy Collegiate Charter School in Tehachapi forces school board to voluntarily close it down. Last day is Sept. 30.
Man shot on Real Road, police now looking for suspect.
Matlock's wife said he died Thursday after a battle with cancer. He was 65 and leaves behind his wife and two grown children.
Cal Water Service Co. users are seeing a hike in rates on their water bills now that a three-year increase has taken effect.
The mother of a man killed in northwest Bakersfield last week is pleading for answers in her son's murder.
New information on the murder of 88-year-old John Espinosa reveals the victim suffered head trauma and had his wrists and legs bound inside the trunk of his car.
Police believe a transient is responsible for "crudely carving" a swastika into the sign at the federal courthouse on 19th Street.
She was released from jail that day and met the suspect, 43-year-old Robert Borders, who is accused of sexually assaulting the woman in his home.
The Navajo Nation is poised to receive $554 million from the federal government over allegations of mismanagement of tribal resources in the largest settlement of its kind for an American Indian tribe.
The Outside the Box Bakersfield Film Festival announced Thursday that it will showcase 48 films out of more than 100 submitted for the second annual event.
As part of the State Route 58 Gap Closure Project, crews will be working on the freeway bridges over Madison and P streets. That will require closures of both streets at Highway 58 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, according to the Thomas Roads Improvement Program.
Police say they've arrested a man who used stolen credit card numbers from people from across the United States for purchases at numerous retailers in Bakersfield.