On April 7, officers from the Tehachapi Police Department were called to the 1400 block of Cimarron Court to assist special agents assigned to the California Department of Justice’s, Bureau of Firearms.
The Kern County Fire Department will be hosting Wildfire Awareness Expos in Tehachapi, Kernville and Frazier Park.
'Non-Profit Showcase' at West Park April 14
Do you have too much free time? Have you been wondering what there is to do in this wonderful town of Tehachapi. Well let me invite you to a premiere event taking place on Tuesday, April 14. The Rotary Club of Tehachapi in Partnership with the Tehachapi Valley Recreation and Parks District is having our first Non-Profit Showcase at West Park Activities Center, 410 W. "D" St., from 5 to 8 p.m.
The April 1 snow survey by state officials brought two firsts for California: no snow on the mountaintop for the first time in 75 years and mandatory water restrictions from the governor's office.
Gov. Jerry Brown, following an attendance of the Department of Water Resources' annual ritual, issued an executive order mandating 25 percent water reductions for all county and municipal water districts based on 2013 levels.
After a few stops, starts and delays, the new Tehachapi Hospital under construction has gained a healthy momentum.
A storm expected to bring gusty winds and wet weather to the central California interior Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday may or may not make it all the way to Tehachapi and the Grapevine south of Bakersfield, but the National Weather Service in Hanford has issued a winter weather advisory for the Kern County Mountains just in case.
The identity of a man who died after being shot by a Tehachapi Police officer Sunday night has been released by the Coroner Section of the Kern County Sheriff's Office.
The Kern County District Attorney's Office will conduct an independent investigation into an officer-involved shooting that resulted in the death of an unidentified person in Tehachapi Sunday night, according to Tehachapi Police Chief Kent Kroeger.
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.