There's new information on a former Kern County Sheriff's Lieutenant accused of illegally trying to access confidential information from the sheriff's computer system.
With a triple digit forecast, many residents in Bakersfield are upset over all nine spray parks set to close next week.
New wheelchair ramp gives local mother a reason to look up.
Bakersfield police say Sitaly Ortiz has returned home. She had been last seen Tuesday morning in the 3600 block of Tony Street in east Bakersfield.
Sheriff's officials say deputies were responding to a report of domestic violence in the 1100 block of D Street early Thursday afternoon.
Due to mandatory water conservation, the city of Bakersfield will offer free or discounted swim days throughout the month of August.
Changes could be made to the way the county funds certain non-profit agencies in an effort to save the county money.
The Bakersfield City Council Water Board announced Wednesday that all spray parks will close August 1st. But as of now, there will be no restrictions on how often you can water your lawn. This is in response to state water regulations passed last week.
Thousands of people are affected by the GET Bus strike -- many depending on the transportation to and from work. One of those riders -- a local man with Cerebral Palsy -- says he relies entirely on the bus to get around town.
To comply with new state water regulations, the city will be shutting off the water to 9 spray parks.