(WAVY) Busch Gardens Williamsburg has removed some of its Howl-O-Scream displays after complaints from park guests that headless figures were reminiscent of the recent ISIS beheadings.
(NBC News) In Miami, Chicago, New York and dozens of other cities across the country and around the world thousands gathered Friday, waiting in line to get the new iPhone 6.
You might get more than clean towels and mini-toiletries waiting for you during your next hotel stay.
Nearly 40 World War II and Korean War veterans are preparing to go on the 12th Honor Flight Kern County this weekend in Washington, D.C.
Apple's new iPhone 6 and 6 + were released Friday and lines were nothing short of what was expected after Apple announced record setting pre-order sales on Monday.
The Kern County Fair is well underway, with thousands of people showing off their prized possessions in the exhibit halls.
A man has been found shot to death near a grape orchard southeast of McFarland.
People camped out overnight at Valley Plaza to be the firsts to get their hands on Apple's new smartphones.
The flight, carrying 39 veterans, leave Meadows Field at 6:30 a.m. Saturday to take them to see the memorials built for them.
Sheriff's deputies said they found a woman in the backyard of a home with trauma to her body.
Centennial High School students in the One Book at a Time club donated 750 books to the elementary school.
The waiting and wondering is over for families of 8 women vacationing in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
The deaths of those two women make 14 alleged DUI fatalities in Kern County this year.
This weekend, 39 World War II and Korean War veterans will head to Washington, D.C. to see the memorials built for them as part of the 12th Honor Flight Kern County.
There's new information about a suspected DUI crash that killed two women over the Labor Day weekend, and badly burned a third.
Professional baseball has been a part of Bakersfield since 1941.
We are learning more about a fiery crash over Labor Day weekend that killed two women and left a third badly burned.
President Obama once again vows to "degrade and destroy" ISIS, but insists he won't be pulled into another ground war in Iraq.
The Mexican government is working to evacuate more stranded tourists in the wake of Hurricane Odile.
The annual Volkslauf is known as an obstacle filled mud run. But that's going to change this year.
New information on a local farmer who is suing several oil companies over alleged contaminated water.
Congress is gearing up for a vote on part of President Obama's plan to defeat ISIS.
At least 100 structures destroyed, hundreds more at risk near Weed, California.
A man accused of killing his girlfriend and eating parts of her body put on a show outside of the courtroom.
Students outraged by bloody "vintage" Kent State shirt offered by Urban Outfitters.
Dr. Kent Brantly spoke Tuesday supporting President Obama's new Ebola plan and reiterating the need for an "immediate" response. Erika Edwards reports.
It's billed as the "Best in the West." The Kern County Fair is expecting big crowds this year.
Two men were sentenced Tuesday, for their involvement in the death of a Bakersfield teen during a fraternity hazing event at Fresno State.
The Arvin City Council is set to discuss Tuesday night a new report on the oilfield pipeline leak that led to the evacuation of 8 homes in March.
Since July, six inmates have simply walked away from the federal prison in Taft.
(NBC News) The attorney overseeing the compensation fund set up in the wake of General Motors' massive ignition switch recall says so far 19 of the 125 wrongful death claims are eligible for payments.
(KOMU) Missouri schools now have the option to allow specially trained teachers to carry guns following the state senate's override of Governor Jay Nixon's gun bill veto on Wednesday.
(KUSA) Researchers in Denver, Colorado have found a definitive link between Down syndrome and Alzheimer's disease.
(WDIV) Three Ferndale officers are under investigation for a prank gone wrong. The ordeal started with a dog being brought to the Ferndale police department that was not wanted any longer.
(NBC News) The South Carolina man accused of killing his five kids waved his right to appear in court on Friday.
(NBC News) The Pentagon and the White House agreed "war" is right word to describe the new Obama effort to destroy ISIS, the self-styled Islamic state.
A local high school is keeping the competition on the football field Friday night, stepping up to help the coach of the opposing team.
New developments in a lingering controversy. It's been six months since dozens of people were evacuated from their homes in Arvin, following a gas leak.
Expanded housing facility to open in January.
A local father went to jail for his son Thursday morning. It wasn't a real jail.
A black bear roaming a Tehachapi neighborhood Thursday morning was shot and killed, after police say it was headed toward a group of kids walking to school.
You've probably heard a southern or Midwestern accent, but what about a Central Valley accent?
Students took a moment to honor those who were killed that tragic September day.
Every year, Kern County shelters take in around 30,000 unwanted, discarded and stray animals.
We're learning more about the man killed in a crash Tuesday morning on Ashe Road at Panama Lane.
The young bear is dead, after it was seen roaming the streets of east Bakersfield overnight and Wednesday morning.
Plans for the Hydrogen Energy California plant near Tupman have been delayed as Oxy spins off its oil and gas exploration here in California into a separate company.
Citations have been filed against 8 Taft High students. The announcement came Tuesday from Taft police.
A major southwest Bakersfield intersection is closed after a deadly crash Tuesday morning.
Apple is expected to introduce the iPhone 6.