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Boots and Brew to Honor fallen BPD officer with country music festival

4th annual Boots and Brews to remember fallen Bakersfield Police officer David Nelson and to raise money for the scholarships in his name. → Read More

Local non-profit hosting fight against cancer charity golf tournament

Links for Life hosting 26th annual golf tournament to fight breast cancer and help those battling it in Bakersfield. → Read More

Kern Back In Business: BPD looking for new dispatcher recruits

Bakersfield Police are looking for people who can remain calm under pressure to dispatch officers during emergencies. → Read More

KERN BACK IN BUSINESS: Electrical workers needed in Kern County

BAKERSFIELD, CALIF. — Friday was Mark Hyman first day of work at the medical offices under construction at Buck Owens Boulevard. Two years ago he found out there were opening in a local electrician apprentice program and he decided it was time to change his career. "I came out here and applied," said Hyman. "They got me working right away. So from there I took the test and then I took my… → Read More

KERN BACK IN BUSINESS: Local businesses give veterans first look

Nearly 200 Kern County businesses have teamed up with Kern Patriot Partnership to give veterans a first look. → Read More

Lamont celebrates 27th annual Dust Bowl Days

27th annual Dust Bowl Days brings music, dancing, vendors and history to Lamont to remember those who fled the Dust Bowl in search of a better life in California. → Read More

CSUB Police unveils new body cameras

California State University Bakersfield Police add 13 new body cameras for their department. → Read More

Kern County's first American-Muslim judge to take the bench

Governor Jerry Brown appoints Kern County's first American-Muslim judge. → Read More

Kern County roads to get face lift

The state is set to spend $54 billion dollars over the next decade, about half of which is coming by way of a new state law, known as Senate Bill 1. → Read More

State Farm Operations Center building sold for over $48 million

UPDATE (April 06, 2018 4:50 p.m.): The largest office building in Bakersfield has a new owner. → Read More

Julian Hernandez to be sentenced May 4 in death of BPD officer

Hernandez was found guilty on a 2nd degree murder charge, evading an officer causing death and three other felony charges. → Read More

MALDEF lawsuit results in new county boundary map

The Kern County Board of Supervisors approved a new boundary map during a closed session meeting Friday morning, according to Supervisor Leticia Perez. → Read More

CDC says B-Strain of flu is making its rounds

Health officials said the season is now winding down, but a new strain is hitting our area. → Read More

Making a difference one sandwich at a time

Jersey Mike's teamed up with Honor Flight Kern County and the Wounded Heroes Fund during their month of giving. 23 ABC talked with one veteran about his recent Honor Flight trip. → Read More

Emotional third day during Hernandez Trial

It was an emotional ending to day three in the Julian Hernandez trial, who is facing charges in the death of Bakersfield Police officer David Nelson following a high-speed chase back in 2015. → Read More

Speeds over 100 MPH during pursuit that killed Bakersfield Police officer

A detective testified that three different surveillance cameras were used to estimate speeds of 102, 91 and 66 miles per hour and also that they ran at least one stop sign. → Read More

District Attorney furious judge reduces hit and run charges

Kern County's District Attorney is stunned that a Kern County judge reduced the charges in a hit and run case. → Read More

Bakersfield College planning to close major parking lots

“The schedule was well thought out in which lots in which order they should go into, disrupts students, faculty, staff and the community as, the least disruption we can cause,” said Potter. → Read More

Nurse shortage has local hospital offering extra incentives

The nation is facing a shortage of nurses with a need of nearly one million by the year 2022. Locally a Bakersfield hospital see a similar problem. → Read More

Radio host and doctors warn of 'silent killer'

A doctor at Memorial Hospital said he's seen three different cases in the last month, and last week radio host Ralph Bailey was another one who went to the hospital because of resistant hypertension. → Read More