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Recent articles by Chloe:

America’s COVID-19 recovery may not be similar to what is happening in China

In China, factories are operating, flights are resuming, and stores are reopening. It was the first country to shut down entire regions earlier this year as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Researchers, businesses finding ways to repurpose and recycle electric car batteries

By 2040, more than half of new car sales and a third of all cars on the road across the world are projected to be electric, according to the Institute for Energy Research. But it raises the question: what do you do with these batteries at the end of their life? → Read More

Botox used as alternative solution for chronic migraines

People who suffer from chronic migraines are using Botox for some relief. The whole process takes no more than five minutes and only needs to be done every few months. → Read More

Proposed rules would change what animals are allowed on airlines

In January, the U.S. Department of Transportation announced proposed changes to the rules for animals that can travel in the cabin of airlines and the public was given 60 days to submit comments on the proposal. → Read More

Technology changing how people use maps, how they're created

While more data is being poured into digital maps, some have raised concerns that more data is coming out. → Read More

Changing abortion laws impact women’s reproductive health access

Some women are left to make challenging, no-win decisions, when it comes to child birth. → Read More

Changing abortion laws impact women’s reproductive health access

Some women are left to make challenging, no-win decisions, when it comes to child birth. → Read More

Thanksgiving is one of the biggest days for food waste in the US

Thanksgiving is one of the biggest days of the year for food waste. The Natural Resources Defense Council estimates 200 million pounds of turkey meat are thrown out over the holiday week. → Read More

Her insulin costs more than her mortgage — and she's not alone

Vacations, savings, retirement funds — they all take a back seat for those who have to pay high prices for prescription drugs. → Read More

Area 51: A deep dive into aliens, UFOs, and conspiracy

Aliens, unidentified flying objects, and conspiracies about “other life” have captivated the world’s attention for centuries. We took a deep dive into the culture surrounding extraterrestrial life. → Read More

Marketing professionals explain similarities between cigarette, e-cigarette marketing

Experts say current e-cigarette marketing techniques are reminiscent of past cigarette campaigns. → Read More

Questions about Epstein’s death leads to web of conspiracy theories

The psychology behind conspiracy theories and why we love to believe them → Read More

Hertz Arena implementing new security measures in 2019

LEE COUNTY, Fla. -- Security measures are changing at newly-renamed Hertz Arena. → Read More

Wheels 4 Bakersfield donates motorized wheelchairs to three recipients

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - “I have been in a wheelchair all my life” Jolaine Roberson is 11 years old and Tuesday, she received her first motorized wheelchair. “I wanted this wheelchair so I don’t have to use my hands to roll my wheels,” she said. “I won’t have to use my wheels. I can go outside to play with my friends and my family.” Wheels 4 Bakersfield has been taking donated, used equipment like… → Read More

Green Cross Collective raided, Bakersfield pot shops concerned over future after industry ban

Green Cross Collective on Niles Street was one of 48 dispensaries that have been raided since October 1. Last week law enforcement officials shut down six dispensaries, shutting them down. → Read More

The Buzz with Bees: Federal regulations change how beekeepers get antibiotics for bees

Bees are one of the most vital players in the Central Valley and a buzzing industry here in Kern County. → Read More

Jonathan Hearn, Sabrina Limon's sentencing postponed

UPDATE (November 03, 2017 9:35 a.m.): According to Sabrina Limon's previous attorney, Richard Terry, Sabrina Limon's family hired a new attorney to file a motion for a new trial. → Read More

Enforcement agencies close down 10 pot shops, seize over 600 pounds of marijuana

Bakersfield police served ten search warrants on marijuana dispensaries within Bakersfield last week. → Read More

Kern County Cannabis: How a shop along Highway 395 is challenging the marijuana industry

Take a trip down Highway 395 -- a highway thousands travel each day -- and you'll see a "Free Weed" plastered across a building in Kern County's Johannesburg. → Read More

Kern County Board of Supervisors discuss marijuana cultivation, distribution in unincorporated areas

The Board of Supervisors met Tuesday to discuss one of the biggest hot topics Kern County has faced this year -- the marijuana industry. They voted 4-1 for Option A – to ban marijuana cultivation, manufacturing and distribution in the county. Leticia Perez the only person against the ban. → Read More