Police have shot a pack of pit bulls that mauled two people in the backyard of a Kern County home.
A fruit breeder has tapped into the sweet tooth of consumers with cotton candy-flavored grapes.
Thousands of immigrant rights advocates are headed to Northern California Wednesday to urge House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy to support and press for a vote on immigration reform.
An exhibition to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the kidnapping of two Los Angeles Police Department officers opened Saturday at the Los Angeles Police Museum.
Bakersfield police said no criminal charges will be filed against anyone connected to an independent living home where a nurse refused a 911 dispatcher’s pleas to perform CPR on a dying 87-year-old resident.
The company whose employee refused to administer CPR to a dying woman said Tuesday that the employee wrongly interpreted its policy. But the elderly woman’s family said she would not have wanted life-prolonging aid.
The staff of a Bakersfield senior living facility refused to do CPR on a dying woman.
Private First Class Roosevelt “Jack” Clark was reported missing in action on Nov. 28, 1950, while fighting with the 35th Regiment in North Korea.
A woman was sentenced Wednesday to three years in state prison for inappropriately medicating elderly patients at a Kern County nursing home, including several who died, Attorney General Kamala D. Harris said.
Authorities say a Southern California woman was killed on a highway near Bakersfield after a tire flew off another vehicle and struck her windshield.
After leaving Los Angeles, President Barack Obama flew to Bakersfield to pay his respects to labor leader Cesar Chavez’s grave and designate his home as a national monument.
An actress who appears in the anti-Muslim film trailer that has sparked riots in the Middle East is suing the filmmaker for fraud and slander, and is asking a judge to order YouTube to take down the clip.
The Secret Witness Program is offering a $2,000-reward for information leading to the arrest of a man who allegedly posed as a talent scout for major television networks to meet women.
Police say Anthony Augustus Jefferson posed as an employee or talent scout for major TV networks to lure female applicants to interview with him in hotel rooms.
A Bakersfield actress who stars in the “Innocence of Muslims”, a low-budget effort that depicts Islamic prophet Muhammad in a negative light, says she’s horrified the film is sparking protests across Libya.