A public meeting to tackle how to divide the city into districts for the purpose of voting for Tehachapi City Council members brought forth several questions: Are accusations of discrimination against minority groups in voting true? Does the city really have to change its system? Will prison…
Modern, fresh and set to occupy a historical downtown building, the new location of the Tehachapi branch of the Kern County library is slated to open soon.
The Tehachapi Police Department will host an identity theft awareness and protection community presentation at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 5, in the TPD Community Room.
In the wake of recent hurricanes and earthquakes around the globe, Tehachapi Police Department is doing what it can to prepare the community in the event of a natural disaster.
The Tehachapi Police Department will host a “Coffee with a Cop” community event from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 4, at Dunkin’ Donuts, 540 Tucker Road.
In the early morning hours of Sept. 9, six Tehachapi residents loaded into a van for a journey to Texas. All members of the Tehachapi Church of the Nazarene, they answered the call to pray, give and go.
This time, it was the charities' turn to cheer as representatives of 15 nonprofit organizations gathered Sept. 19 at the Tehachapi Railroad Depot to receive donations of proceeds from the 2017 Cheers to Charity.
In the next few weeks, City of Tehachapi residents will see new 96-gallon carts with bright blue lids at their curbs, brought to them by Waste Management.
Fearing police were on to him, confessed murderer Jonathan Hearn had bouts of paranoia and, to avoid wiretapping, began using an internet phone number to make calls to his lover, Sabrina Limon, and bought her a burner phone, according to recordings and testimony heard in court Tuesday, the s…
Sabrina Limon had no idea her husband, Robert, had been murdered the night he died, she told a detective during an interview aired in Kern County Superior Court Tuesday.
In the months following Robert Limon’s murder, Jonathan Hearn suspected detectives wiretapped the phone line of his lover, Sabrina Limon — who prosecutors allege conspired with Hearn to kill her husband, according to testimony heard in court Monday.
The board of the Golden Hills Community Services District hired Regional Government Services Authority to provide interim management services during its Sept. 12 meeting.
In five days, the murder trial of Sabrina Limon has featured accusations of a wild swingers group; testimony regarding a long-term, torrid affair between Limon and her firefighter lover; details of an aborted plot to poison Limon's husband with banana pudding; and a graphic retelling of how …
Huge boulders have been moved from the rock quarry for decoration, picnic tables are set up and barbecue grills are ready to be used at the Lehigh Cycle Park across from the Lehigh Southwest Cement Co. on Tehachapi Boulevard.
Called to the witness stand Wednesday, a sister of admitted killer Jonathan Hearn described her brother as the kindest man she knows.
While giving the eulogy at Robert Limon's funeral service, Kelly Bernatene described Limon's wife as her best friend and someone who was "too sweet to be true."
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In the days after her husband was gunned down, Sabrina Limon sent "countless" text messages to Redlands firefighter Jonathan Hearn, according to prosecutors.
While the Tehachapi mountains were surrounded by raging storms, the skies above parted and ushered in a peaceful calm Monday evening in time for the Patriot, Prayer and Praise gathering in Centennial Plaza.
Children had the chance to learn, observe and try their hands at crafts from yesteryear during Saturday's History is Fun Day, held at the Tehachapi Museum.
Although the line was long at times, the children waited patiently for their turn inside the cockpit. Some chatted nervously while others waited in silence, their excitement growing as the line shortened in front of them.
Nearly 1,000 cyclists will line up behind the starting line in the 4th annual GranFondo Saturday morning, Sept. 16. Spectators are invited to join the riders at 6 a.m. and ring traditional cowbells to spur them on.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Bakersfield, recently announced a forum for students in the 23rd Congressional District interested in attending a U.S. Service Academy will be held Saturday, Sept. 23, from 9 to 10:30 a.m., at the Kern County Board of Supervisors Chambers, 1115 Truxtun Ave., Bakersfield.
A Kern County judge on Friday denied a motion for a change of venue and said accused murderer Sabrina Limon will stand trial Monday in the death of her husband three years ago.
When the next election for Tehachapi City Council members comes around, the public may be voting for its representatives by newly formed districts, rather than citywide.
Five members of the Tehachapi Church of the Nazarene are starting their journey to help a family affected by Hurricane Harvey. They will start on Saturday, Sept. 9, and travel to Orange, Texas.
No matter what the medical needs of residents in Tehachapi might be, new technology will make attending to an emergency a better patient experience.
The Kern County Fire Department was fighting at fire at Water Canyon Road on Tuesday afternoon, and it was reported to be at an estimated four acres that night. It was burning heavy timber and brush.
A man who died while operating a tractor trailer that lost control and crashed into a bridge has been identified as Esau McCaully, Kern County Sheriff’s Coroner officials said Monday.
A Kern County resident has died of West Nile virus, Kern County Public Health Services Department officials announced Friday.
Tehachapi's winter rains were bountiful and brought forth an abundance of fruit blossoms last spring. The flowering buds were so beautiful, local growers reported seeing people stopping their cars and getting out to take pictures of the spring blossoms, especially the cherry ones.