BAKERSFIELD, CA - You probably know there are rules in place on fireworks, but you may not know there are new regulations this year. City and the county regulations aren't the same. Local fireworks hotlines received hundreds of reports last year of illegal fireworks. Bakersfield fire officials say there were 31 fires in city limits alone. City fire Chief Doug
BAKERSFIELD, CA- Many people in Kern county are wanting to light up their house in blue to support Officer Nelson and a local organizations is providing the blue bulbs. "The Kern County Bridal Association" will be receiving 240 lights Friday. The suggested donation is $6.00. The money will support the BPD and the Officer David Nelson Fund. For more information call
BAKERSFIELD, CA- Dick Taylor of Bakersfield has been awarded Veteran of the year.. The director of Kern County Veterans Services has been selected by Assemblywoman Shannon Grove as her district's veteran of the year. Taylor was recognized at a special luncheon in Sacramento last week. Grove says Dick Taylor has traveled the world in service of his country as a Marine
BAKERSFIELD, CA- Krispy Kreme doughnuts is coming back to Bakersfield. It's going in the old A&W building on Rosedale Highway in the Northwest Promenade. The store hopes to open sometime in August. Krispy Kreme was originally at the corner of Stockdale Highway and Gosford Road in southwest Bakersfield. It closed back in 2005.
BAKERSFIELD, CA- Push it, push it real good” Is what Salt-n-Pepa want to hear you singing on Friday July 31st. The nostalgic trio will perform at Eagle Mountain Casino for an 8:00pm concert along with special guest Kid-n-Play for an on your feet dance show. The group who consist of Cheryl James (“Salt”), Sandra Denton (“Pepa”), and Deidra Roper (“DJ Spinderella”),
BAKERSFIELD, CA- The Kern River is running so low right now that Cal Water's northeast water treatment plant was in danger of running out of water to treat and send to homes in Bakersfield. An agreement reached between water companies will prevent that. The agreement reached this week, secures water supplies for the next year for two crucial treatment plants in
BAKERSFIELD, CA- The Oklahoma Police officer accused of kidnapping a local teen half his age has pleaded not guilty to charges in Nevada. The girl in protective custody, and the officer behind bars in Las Vegas. Police say Danniel Boone Morgan, 30, was arrested at Treasure Island on the Vegas strip. He has been charged with two felony counts of Statutory
BAKERSFIELD, CA- Here is one last video tribute and a final goodbye to fallen Bakersfield Police Officer David Nelson.
BAKERSFIELD, CA- By necessity, xeriscaping is gaining in popularity in Kern County. "Xeri" is a greek word for "dry." We hear alot of talk about xeriscaping these days.But turning your lawn into a water-stingy landscape can be an expensive venture. And public perception of xeriscaping has generally been negative. But as the west sinks deeper into drought, that perception is
BAKERSFIELD, CA.-2015 Kern County 4th of July events: ***JULY 3, 2015 ANNUAL FOURTH OF JULY FIREWORK SHOW Friday, July 3rd 6:00pm 9:00 p.m. fireworks show Shafter High School Football Field •presentation of the Flag, National Anthem and Invocation. Zambelli Internationale will present a Fireworks Spectacular at 9:00 p.m. with a colorful aerial and mid-air displays, ending with a Grand