Friends, family, professors and many more community members came together Wednesday to honor a son, classmate, student and brother and to remember the impacts he had on those around him.
Alleging detention officers had neglected her husband medically while at Mesa Verde Detention Facility, a Bakersfield woman flanked by community advocates demanded he be released into her care last week during a press conference.
The San Joaquin Valley could lose hundreds of millions of dollars in funding and representation in congress if the Supreme Court votes in favor of adding the citizenship question on the 2020 Census questionnaire.
BY ENRIQUE RAMIREZ
As someone who grew up in Bakersfield, smog and air pollution was and still is a common topic of conversation between my parents and friends.
Daniel Lopez knew he wanted to help his community, but he wasn’t sure how.
It took a class in public health sciences at Bakersfield College for him to realize his calling.
The Kern County Grand Jury released a report Wednesday recommending the Bakersfield City Council hold random drawings to choose Measure N Oversight Committee members.
The public is invited to the first Power Summit Pop-Up Voto Latino event this month.
Hosted by Voto Latino and Building Healthy Communities, the Power Summit Pop-up is a one-day leadership conference that trains and equips young leaders with the tools and skills to enact lasting change in their communities.
The Kern Complete Count Committee launched its 2020 Census Outreach Campaign Monday morning outside the Beale Memorial Library, with a goal to raise awareness and educate the community on the count.