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Past articles by Tabatha:

Woman found dead on canal embankment has been identified

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) — A woman found dead on a canal embankment Sunday has been identified. The body of Priscilla Jeanette Barrera-Smith, 49, was found around noon an an embankment in the area of 34th Street and Union Avenue, according to a coroner’s release. An autopsy has been scheduled to determine cause and manner of […] → Read More

Juvenile arrested after robbing 7-Eleven

A 16 year old was arrested for robbing a 7-Eleven in East Bakersfield early Thursday morning. Around 2:50 a.m. on Thursday Kern County Sheriff’s Deputies were called to the 7-Eleven at 2636 River Boulevard for armed robbery, according to the Sheriff’s Office. Deputies were told that the suspect brandished a handgun and fled with cash […] → Read More

Honor Flight veterans visit war memorials before return to Bakersfield

A group of local veterans spent their third day in Washington D.C., taking a tour of the capital, and a visit to war memorials, before heading back to Bakersfield. → Read More

Honor Flight veterans participate in emotional ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery

On Day 2 of the 37th Kern County Honor Flight, the group of veterans went on an emotional tour of the monuments built in their honor in our nation's capital. → Read More

Honor Flight Kern County makes first stop in Baltimore

BALTIMORE (KGET) -- Nearly two dozen local veterans left for Washington D.C. early Tuesday morning and 17's Tabatha Mills went along with them on their trip. → Read More

California Coast Room brings sea life to Kern County

From sea horses to moon jelly fish and everything in between, C.A.L.M.'s newest attraction, the California Coast Room, has made a pretty big splash in it's first year. → Read More

Man feeds hungry with money raised by recycling

A local man is on a mission to feed the hungry in our community while improving our environment. → Read More

Horses burned in Bakersfield fire now giving back

They say after every bad situation comes a little something good. → Read More

Little Hats Because of Their Big Hearts

Knitting: It's an art that seem to be fading away, but a local group of women are keeping it alive in the sweetest of ways. → Read More

The Blessing Corner making a difference in Bakersfield

In an area of town most people overlook, a faith based organization is making a difference—but it can't do so without the community's help. → Read More

Sunset Middle School students to perform at Knotts Berry Farm

They may be small in size, but they're big in sound. Sunset Middle School students will hep present a musical and tasty holiday treat to raise money for a big competition they hope to go to. → Read More

'The Nutcracker' at Rabobank Theater

Christmas is less than three weeks away and there isn't a better way to celebrate than seeing one of the biggest holiday classics making its way to Rabobank Theater. → Read More

Pond Elementary students head to Cross Country Junior Olympics in Florida

It's a little school making a big difference, but your help is needed to continue making a difference in the lives of students at Pond Elementary. → Read More

Local farm's reality television show appearance could lead to bounce back

Flooding almost pushed Autonomy Farms out of business, but an invitation to be featured on a reality television show could mean the farm might not just bounce back, but grow. → Read More

The Ultimate Adventure

Diane Barney and Dustin Mosher hope to fly more than 9,000 miles in the Vintage Air Rally, but need your help to let their dreams take flight. → Read More

Family completes 'Precious' addition to their family

In Kern County, several families completed the process of adoption and adding to their families Friday. → Read More

New gym unveiled at North High School

The newest and biggest gym in the Kern High School District opened its doors to the public Tuesday. Its a gym meant not only to provide new opportunities for North High students, but the community as a whole. A way to welcome others to campus and show just what the stars are all about. → Read More

Immigrant loses everything in south Bakersfield fire

Kassu Legesse immigrated to America 45 years ago, he has no family, few friends and now no place to call home. Two complete strangers have stepped in to try to change that. → Read More

Pearl Harbor survivor recounts story

As we approach Veterans Day, we continue to honor the men and women who have served our country. → Read More

Women of War; honoring women who serve

Women have served and died for our country in every major war—whether as nurses, support crew or in combat positions—they are veterans. → Read More