In the wake of recent terror in Charlottesville and Barcelona, local residents shared a few moments of sadness Thursday evening as they gathered along the sidewalk in front of the Tehachapi Railroad Museum holding up signs of brotherly love.
Kern County supervisors will decide whether to dramatically increase regulation of the massage industry on Tuesday.
People who attended a recent Kern Law Enforcement Association-sponsored forum expressed concerns about deputy staffing levels and wondered what the community can do to support deputies and prevent crime.
Children dressed in cowboy boots and colorful dresses prepared with their Spiderman and teddy bear backpacks walked hand in hand with their parents as the school bells rang Wednesday for the first day of school.
A big rig carrying more than an estimated 10,000 pounds of meat flipped over on eastbound Highway 58 near Broome Road early Tuesday morning. Traffic was at a standstill at 8 a.m.
Ever wonder how new aircraft designs are tested to see how they can be improved and where the most friction is found?
Last month, California's attorney general announced 54 felony charges against three men involved in luring victims from the Central Valley and trafficking them throughout the state.
People love to be a part of a successful fundraiser, and this year's Cheers to Charity was as successful as they come. Fast becoming one of the most talked about annual events, Cheers to Charity hit it out of the park with a sold-out crowd.
Mixed colors were smeared across children’s faces, adults' jeans blended into the same color of their drawings and family members took turns finishing their creations.
Students who have enjoyed art projects, drawing or painting all their lives and are now in high school can keep pursuing that talent.
The trial of Sabrina Limon, the woman accused of plotting with her lover in the killing of her husband three years ago, will begin Aug. 21, attorneys confirmed during a court hearing Friday.
The Kern Law Enforcement Association will hold "Deputies, Dessert & Discussion," a chance for the public to meet with off-duty Kern County deputies and share public safety concerns. The meeting will held from 5 to 7 p.m. Aug. 15 at Kelley's Café, 20424 Brian Way, #A.
A long line of people stood waiting at the gymnasium doors of Monroe High School Wednesday morning, all anxious to get inside and begin selecting new and gently-used clothing made available to them through the Salvation Army's annual back-to-school drive.
Officials at the California Correctional Institution in Tehachapi are investigating an attempted homicide of a correctional officer, according to a news release.
Tehachapi Municipal Airport hangar owners, airport staff and the public expressed firm disapproval as the City Council voted to give $300,000 from the FAA’s Airport Improvement Program to the airport in Bishop.
Kern County supervisors didn’t blink Tuesday, Aug. 8, before approving the placement of 18 dramatic red and yellow signs at strategic locations along the Kern River around Hart Park and Lake Ming.
Shopping for back-to-school supplies for your child can be expensive. With each additional child, the cash register rings. But parents aren't the only ones faced with the financial realities that come with the start of each new school year.
The Kern County Board of Supervisors was slated to hear a report Tuesday, Aug. 8, outlining a plan to place warning signs along the Kern River around Lake Ming and Hart Park.
The owner of Marley’s Mutts is hopeful about the future as he plans to open a dog sanctuary on more than 10 acres of land off of Highway 202.
The Church of Christ, located at 401 S. Mill St., will be giving away free, gently used clothing to the public on on the Tuesdays of Aug. 15 and 29, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Tehachapi has much to be proud of these days as two local business owners now stand head and shoulders above the 4 million others operating in Central California, and will be recognized during National Small Business Week.
A low cloud coverage provided a welcome canopy for this year's National Night Out held Tuesday, Aug. 1, at Philip Marx Central Park. In the past, local folks have been slow to warm up to the family-oriented event, hosted by local law enforcement and first responders to raise public awareness…
City officials met with Assemblyman Vince Fong on July 25 in Tehachapi to discuss upcoming projects and provide Fong with a tour of city facilities.
When people think of the search and rescue teams that work with the Kern County Sheriff's Office, they likely think of those volunteers doing the actions that give the groups their names. But even in the fortunate times that they are not called to help someone in the Kern River, they are sti…
Participants can hear howling and laughing as they pass by art forms that illuminate the star-filled sky miles from civilization, while others dress up in steampunk or sci-fi clothing to celebrate art and creativity. This annual event is described by local volunteers who are working on a hug…
New septic system inspection rules set to go into effect Aug. 1 have Tehachapi contractors and real estate agents concerned.
Sandra Sanchez's lover is dead and her husband faces the possibility of life in prison after being charged with his murder.
Post-traumatic stress disorder has taken a toll on many of the nation's combat veterans. One local veteran, however, took his strong sense of patriotism and traded ashes for beauty.