With only 43 days until the California Primary, the element that frustrates voters the most – a non-stop barrage of television ads – is about to begin.
Perez faced a maximum penalty of one year imprisonment and a four-year ban on running for public office if convicted of all charges.
A hotly-contested ballot initiative to reverse a ban on medical marijuana dispensaries in unincorporated Kern County took a turn in court.
High car theft rates plague the state of California, especially in the Central Valley. A new study unveils the top 20 car theft capitals in the nation.
Tuesday, the Kern County Board of Supervisors will vote to decide whether to send a letter to Gov. Gavin Newsom endorsing a taxpayer buyout of PG&E.
The woman who tampered with a Bakersfield Police officer’s food recently lost an excessive force lawsuit against the City of Bakersfield for a 2017 incident
Bakersfield Monsignor Craig Harrison’s suit strikes back at unsubstantiated allegations made at a May press conference by Roman Catholic Faithful, Inc.
The tampering comes after the 21-year-old fast food employee lost an excessive force lawsuit against the Bakersfield Police Department.
This is the second of three law enforcement investigations into alleged sexual assault by Catholic Monsignor Craig Harrison of Bakersfield.
The Bakersfield expansion for Bitwise Industries – the Fresno-based tech incubator – now has a location. Two, in fact.