As its popularity among growers and commercial users peaked, Kern County’s Supervisors are considering a new ordinance to regulate the cultivation of hemp.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Fresno is the subject of a new suit centering on allegations of sexual abuse of a 16-year-old Hanford girl in the early 2000s.
One Valley school district decided to avoid the Monday-after-Super Bowl doldrums altogether: they’re giving teachers and students Monday off from school.
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.