Kern County’s infamous “Blood Alley” might be finally getting a much-needed improvement.
Receiving a $25 gift card in exchange for a coronavirus test will be the new reality for some in Kern County.
Bakersfield Roman Catholic priest Monsignor Craig Harrison received the green light to continue with a defamation lawsuit against his former mentee.
Well-known to radio listeners in the Valley, longtime conservative radio personality Inga Barks passed away Wednesday at the age of 53.
The Santa Clarita-based firm, with heavy Kern holdings, marked the end of a three-month financial restructuring process
The organization, previously known for picketing Rep. Kevin McCarthy’s home at 4:30 in the morning, took heat for its latest act.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom recently approved new fracking permits to Valley oil and natural gas producer Aera Energy.
The KHSD Board of Trustees voted to allow on-campus activities and practices to resume on Oct. 26.
The Kern High School District is exploring the possibility of bringing students back to campus. The Board of Trustees will …
Certain gym locations in Kern County have been deemed essential businesses, meaning they can reopen indoor operations.