Californians around the state can now use an online tool to report incidents of fish and wildlife mortality directly to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW).
By contributing to CDFW's growing database, citizens can help state environmental scientists gather important information necessary to monitor and evaluate wildlife populations and help prevent and control emerging diseases.
Bear Valley Community Services District's search for a new police chief will take a different direction as its current chief reaches retirement at the end of April.
With the increasing use of body cameras by law enforcement agencies, two local agencies have found them to be extremely useful when interacting with the public.
After an extensive census, the Kern County Homeless Collaborative found that homeless numbers dropped in 2015 compared to those in 2014.
Golden Hills residents and sanitation customers have until April 7 to submit comments on a draft report conducted by engineering firm Provost & Pritchard on a feasibility study of Golden Hills Sanitation Company.
Despite a prolonged drought and slight increase in demand for water, a Tehachapi-Cummings County Water District ad hoc rate committee may advise to keep rates stable for the next year.
A quid pro quo deal with a neighboring water agency will allow Tehachapi-Cummings County Water District a little more water management flexibility in the future.
Kern County supervisors bookmarked a process on March 17 that would set the stage for privatization of the county library system.
A much-anticipated Walmart hearing has been rescheduled for April 24, 2015.
With another season of grant funding on its way, the city of Tehachapi has called for resident input at a 6 p.m. workshop on April 1 workshop at the Tehachapi Police Department's community room, 220 West "C" St.
Supporters and opponents alike will have to wait on whether the city will get a Walmart because the March 27 hearing has been delayed.
The Kern County Sheriff's coroner's office identified the man found dead in the back of a pickup on Tehachapi Willow Springs Road on Feb. 9 as 34-year-old Juan Carlos Perez, of Sylmar, Calif.