The suspect reportedly waited for a delivery driver to leave the package on another resident's house in the 1700 block of Bradley Avenue before taking the package.
From KCRA News: Authorities have been searching for a suspected gunman since 10:30 a.m., after a deputy was shot and and injured near a Motel 6 in Sacramento.
BPD says a woman, possibly named Monica, falsely represented herself as the owner of a property for which she accepted a rental deposit check.
The coroner was dispatched to the location via a Kern County Sheriff's Office helicopter. Two people were reportedly in the plane, and their names are currently unknown.
Partial evacuations are underway near the intersection of Wible and Houghton Rd. Some residents in the immediate area are being told to leave, while others just outside are being told to shelter in place.
Community leaders are sending a message to bullies, "Not in my Town." It's a campaign to bring awareness to the issue of bullying.
(NY Times) A doctor in New York City who recently returned from treating Ebola patients in Guinea tested positive for the Ebola virus Thursday, becoming the city’s first diagnosed case.
Bakersfield police say three men loaded baskets with candy from the 99 Cent Store on Hageman Road Sunday and fled.
As domestic violence awareness month comes to an end a candlelight vigil will be held tonight to honor all of those who have been a victim.
Local chefs will be cooking up some food and fun tonight, all for a good cause as the March of Dimes presents their "Signature Chefs Auction."