The BNSF train partially derailed Tuesday morning between Tehachapi and Keene. No injuries were reported.
(WECT) A Wilmington, North Carolina police officer involved in an incident in October has been cleared of any wrongdoing, but new dash camera video showing exactly what happened has started a debate in the community over if excessive force was used.
(WTMJ) One man is dead following a multi vehicle pile-up near Milwaukee, Wisconsin Sunday.
A local surgeon is one of the first to use treatment in Bakersfield.
BFD investigating whether it was started by someone who came in from the cold.
Monday night the Tehachapi planning commission voted to allow Walmart to go ahead with construction on a Supercenter near Tucker Road and West Tehachapi Boulevard.
(WTHR) An Indianapolis family is in mourning after a 3-year-old accidentally shot and killed himself.
(NBC News) Cell phone towers help millions of Americans stay connected on their cell phones.
A trapped mother and her infant were rescued from a burning house Monday in southwest Bakersfield.
KMC management was trying to trim $6.8 million from the budget, but they said that will not involve laying off any staff, for now.
The show's down to five singers. Each one is hoping Monday night's performance will give them one of three spots in next week's finals.
The goal, as always, is to continue enhancing the quality of medical care at Bakersfield Memorial Hospital.
Our 17 days of Christmas toy drive got a big boost Monday when a local contractor dropped off his annual donation.
With ground water levels dropping and water deliveries from the Delta slashed for the coming year, water watchers here at home are urging all of us to conserve our most precious resource.
In September, a group known as the Delano Guardians Committee sued the city over soaring utility rate hikes, including water, sewer and street sweeping.
As of now, the trees themselves don't seem to be in danger. It's the fruit now in harvest that could be labeled unfit for sale.
(WESH) Orlando, Florida police said they arrested a man who had cameras laced to his tennis shoes.
(KETK) A Texas man takes off on a mission across America.
(KECI) Monday marked the start of the high profile trial for a Kalispell, Montana newlywed accused of pushing her husband off a cliff.
In October we introduced you to 8-year-old Jaxon Evans who was selling Kool-Aid to raise money to buy toys for homeless children.
It was a tough emotional day for Erika Lango's family especially for her mother, Esther Padron.
A local elementary school principal gave up a little piece of himself on Friday in a show of solidarity.
(WKYC) An Ohio man was caught on camera stealing from a tip jar at a Stow coffee shop.
(NBC News) The job market may be gradually improving, but the gains aren't showing up in worker's paychecks.
A suspect in an armed robbery that triggered a Bakersfield Police shooting Wednesday appeared in court Friday.
The city signed a $55 million deal with the state department of corrections and rehabilitation, according to Taft Mayor Paul Linder.
All 15 puppies are alive so far, and will be donated to foster care. The shelter relies on volunteers to bottle feed the puppies every two hours around the clock.
Warren Dobson has been singing Christmas carols for years. But he noticed they all mention snow and sleigh rides.
Three 19-year-olds are under arrest after a woman was shot in southwest Bakersfield early Tuesday morning.
Dustin Wedel was found guilty last month of second-degree murder and child abuse in the death of James Fanshier.
Five northwest Bakersfield residents are counting their blessings after a fire started in their home early Friday morning.
A judge has ruled a recycling facility near Lamont can stay open, more than 2 years after 2 brothers lost their lives there.
Luckily no one was around at the time of the sinkhole. Officials with the city estimate it's about 20 feet long, eight feet wide and eight feet deep.
(KSEE) The fight is on and citrus growers across California are bracing for another busy night and day.
(WPTZ) After serving hamburgers and ice cream to one customer, a Vermont waitress got the tip of a lifetime $500..
(NBC News) A top-secret mission blasted off from Vandenberg Air Force Base in full view of the world.
One by one they spoke out about a proposed measure to get rid of unlined mud sumps.
The body of a Delano mother, found in a canal two days ago, will be turned over to her estranged husband, a person of interest.
A man arrested in the death of a California City toddler, might have shown signs of violence.
Neighbors say they smelled the gas from their homes, about a thousand feet from Tompkins Elementary School.
(NECN) The police investigation in Lunenburg, Massachusetts into racist graffiti spray-painted on the side of a home is now centered on one person: The mother of a boy who accused her son's teammates of racism.
(NBC News) Nelson Mandela "took history in his hands and bent the arc of the moral universe toward justice" President Obama said Thursday as he marked the passing of the late South African leader.
(KSEE) Freezing conditions have California citrus growers on edge.
(WALB) Georgia police are searching for these men who stormed into a Cordele supermarket and shot an employee as they were chased out by another worker with a machete.
(WAVY) Drivers traveling between Hatteras Island, North Carolina and the mainland were forced to use an emergency ferry Wednesday following the sudden closure of the Bonner Bridge Tuesday.
The 31st annual Bakersfield Christmas Parade is finally here. Organizers have been busy putting it all together and keeping the tradition alive.
Police say it started with a strong armed robbery in the parking lot of Chase bank in the Marketplace. Police say it was an internet deal gone bad.
(KSHB) The father of the man who died after a struggle at Kansas City's Arrowhead Stadium wants the public to know his son was no thief.
(WSAV) Bluffton, South Carolina Police are investigating what they say was a failed attempt to steal an ATM from a local convenience store. It was after hours, and the doors were closed and locked. However, that didn't stop two men from getting inside. Investigators say two men stole a van, then crashed it through the front of the building around 3:30 Tuesday morning. "It looks like someone let a bomb off," said one local resident. Read More: http://bit.ly/1cb9I5q
Mayor Harvey Hall presided over the grand opening ceremony Wednesday of the Sister City Garden Project.