Thousands of people are affected by the GET bus strike, many depending on the transportation to and from work.
Changes could be made to the way the county funds certain non-profit agencies in an effort to save the county money.
Award-winner Spanish television morning show "Un Nuevo Dia" which airs on our Telemundo sister station, went live from Bakersfield Wednesday morning, with the help of a local restaurant.
The effects of the drought are hitting home. The Bakersfield City Council announced that all spray parks will close August 1.
Both sides met Wednesday morning. But Golden Empire Transit rejected the union's latest offer, submitting a counter-offer.
Kern County Firefighters rescued seven cats and kittens from a fire in Shafter last night. They were in an apartment in the 600 block of Kern Street when it caught fire. Fire crews used animal oxygen masks to help the felines. Four other cats did not survive. No people were hurt.
State regulators are in Bakersfield today to discuss revised regulations on oilwell stimulation operations in Kern County, including the practice of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.
Award winning Spanish television show "Un Nuevo Dia" aired on our Telemundo sister station broadcast live from Bakersfield Wednesday morning.
It's been almost a year since we introduced you to a local man living with a nearly 200 pound mass.
A local private eye is facing charges for illegally accessing the Kern County sheriff's computer system.
A man's body was found Tuesday floating in the Kern River and now investigators confirm, it is the body of a swimmer who disappeared over the weekend.
Union officials are optimistic they may soon make a deal to end the GET bus strike in Bakersfield.
More than 30,000 people either work or live in downtown Bakersfield and one local group wants to help make the area safer and more entertaining.
Honor Flight Kern County receives its single largest donation ever thanks to local businessmen and baseballs.
It's been a week since union workers for Golden Empire Transit walked off the job and began their strike.
The city of Bakersfield is set to discuss mandatory water restrictions and fines this week.
People were eating dinner Saturday night as a car crashed through a popular restaurant
A safety meeting was held Saturday morning to help reduce crime in Delano
A Kern County judge reaffirmed Friday that the county's measure restricting pot shops is invalid.
(NBC News) President Obama announced on Friday that an American was on board Malaysia Airlines flight 17 that was shot down by a missile near the Ukraine-Russia border.
Tara Moser trades her leotard for a pair of skis.
The 2014 Winter Olympics wrapped up months ago but Team USA is already scouting for new members of their teams.
Two years after a toddler was shot and killed while playing in her front yard, the man convicted of killing her, was sentenced Friday in a Bakersfield courtroom.
It looks like the GET bus strike will stretch into next week. After a morning of negotiations seemed to make some progress, there's still some finger pointing from both sides.
An end to the GET bus strike may be on the horizon. On Friday morning, GET and union officials met for their second day of talks since the strike began.
The Bakersfield Planning Commission voted Thursday night to expand the Mesa Marin Sports Complex, instead of developing a second park, 'City in the Hills' homeowners have been waiting for.
For the last 2 weeks we've told you about Herbert Jackson, an elderly Bakersfield man who was kicked out of his home.
Dozens of local cyclists came together Thursday morning to show support for a Bakersfield man, who lost his leg in a bike accident last week near Lake Tahoe.
They just found out this week the vocational school they attend is about to shut down.
Many students taking summer school at Bakersfield College are being hit hard by the strike, not knowing how they'll make it to class.
A Malaysian jetliner with nearly 300 people on board crashed Thursday in war-torn Ukraine.
It's a ground war in the Middle East as the violence between Israeli forces and Hamas militants takes an alarming new turn.
We now know the name of the pedestrian killed in a crash almost a week ago. It happened just before ten Friday night on north Chester Avenue, south of Beardsley Avenue.
A local athlete is counting down the days until he makes his debut at the CrossFit Games in southern California. The games are billed as a premier test to find the fittest athletes on earth. Rafael Guijarro is accepting the challenge.
A big ruling Wednesday on the legality of the death penalty in California.
Now to our drought and the drastic penalties water wasters will soon be facing.
Two runaway teens from Wasco who were missing for 2 weeks have been located.
The Outlets at Tejon are set to open next month. And dozens of employers were looking for employees to staff those stores, at a job fair in south Bakersfield.
The State Water Resources Control Board approved regulations Tuesday limiting outdoor water use. State officials say violating the new rules is a crime.
A man accused of shooting and killing a teenager at a party in southeast Bakersfield more than five years ago was found guilty of murder.
(KUSA)More than 10,000 bees were removed from a Westmintster home Monday.
(WBBH) The Burmese Python has been spotted in southwest Florida but what makes this noteworthy, it is hatching season.
(KOB) During an arrest on Monday a 5-year-old fired one round of a gun he found behind a bench in his father's front yard.
(NBC News) A stalemate continued Tuesday in Washington D.C. on the immigration crisis.
(NBC News) The US House of Representatives passed a bill late Tuesday afternoon in Washington D.C. that will help keep money flowing for highways, bridges and other infrastructure.
How much is that swamp cooler costing you, each month, to keep you cool?
Despite triple digit heat, the city's biggest cheerleader put on his 'I love Bakersfield' sweatshirt to declare success for the city in 2014.
GET bus drivers and mechanics continue to strike. And there is no sign of an agreement to restore regular bus service to the thousands who depend on it.
The strike has suspended all regular routes starting Tuesday morning, but GET officials said those with severe medical needs will have transportation.
It's the end of the line for thousands of bus riders in Bakersfield.