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Past articles by Shyntel:

Reba McEntire announced as keynote speaker for "Voices of Inspiration"

Beth Hoffmann, Co-owner of Hoffmann Hospice and Jennifer Etcheverry, development officer join us on set to talk about the 24th Annual Voices of Inspiration and announce Reba McEntire as the keynote speaker for 2018. → Read More

A night with Dawn Schiller: Expert survivor-leader in anti-trafficking

The Kern Coalition Against Human Trafficking and Ford Dream Builder Project join us on set to talk about a human trafficking project in Kern County and a movie screening Monday night at Maya Cinemas. → Read More

Local church encourages father figures in childhood development

17's Jason Galvin sits down with Pastor Victor Perez from Believers in Jesus Foursquare Church to talk about their annual "Act like Men" challenge that promotes and encourages men to play a crucial role in childhood development and family support. → Read More

CHP Public Safety Dispatcher Seminar

17's Maddie Janssen sits down with supervisors, Courtney Bridges and April Manuel from the California Highway Patrol Public Safety Dispatchers Office to talk about a seminar they are holding to hire new recruits. → Read More

Holiday Recipes: Bourbon Marshmallow Treats

17's Kevin Charette shows us how we can add a great twist to those traditional rice crispy treats your kids enjoy every holiday season. → Read More

Multi-agency gang sweeps and new technology for BPD

Chief Lyle Martin talks about the recent gang sweeps that occurred earlier this week and new shotspotter technology that will be introduced to the Bakersfield Police Department. → Read More

Wreaths across America

The Bakersfield National Cemetery president, Tom Pasek and Bakersfield Breakfast Rotary chairperson, Mary Jo Pasek sit down with us to talk about a ceremony that honors fallen veterans by laying wreaths at the cemetery. → Read More

Trim Before Turkey: Planksgiving

We're counting down to the last hours before Turkey day and Certified Integrative Nutritionist, Anna Marie Frank is in studio showing us how to trim away the few extra pounds before celebrating with the family. → Read More

Man found dead in Arvin, police investigating as homicide

A man is dead and a homicide investigation is underway. Officers found him laying on the ground Sunday around 6:30 a.m. in the 800 block of South A Street. → Read More

1 dead, 1 hospitalized after crash involving semi on Pond and Driver roads

One man is dead, another is hospitalized following a fatal crash between a semi and a vehicle in Delano, according to California Highway Patrol. → Read More

Four people are dead after a fatal crash west of Bakersfield

Four people are dead after a car crashed into a semi west of Bakersfield, according to California Highway Patrol. → Read More

Young girl passes away Tuesday night, pedestrian accident under investigation

The family of a young girl hit by a car in Southwest Bakersfield says the 11-year-old has passed away. → Read More

Safe driving class offered by CHP for teen drivers

California Highway Patrol is offering a free, two-hour class for teen drivers and parents to discuss the importance of safe driving, consequences behind the wheel, and tips on how to avoid a collision. → Read More

Local oil company employees and leadership host food drive for Golden Empire Gleaners

The annual "Oil Can Do It" event to Help Golden Empire Gleaners kicked off at the Aera Energy parking lot Thursday morning. → Read More

Houchin's Blood Drive kicks off Wednesday morning

Roll up your sleeves and save a life by stopping by Houchin's Mobile Blood Drive. → Read More

Empty Nest Syndrome: How to prepare before your child leaves for college

Empty nest syndrome occurs more often when students graduate high school and are on their way to college. → Read More

CHP: Distracted driving may have played part in crash with big rig

Two people suffered major injuries in a crash with a big rig in Oildale Tuesday morning. → Read More

"In Her Shoes" empowerment breakfast set for Thursday morning

The second annual "In Her Shoes" breakfast is set Thursday morning, a fundraiser for Bakersfield's Dress for Success. → Read More