Dana Carrillo

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Farm workers and supporters rally outside of courthouse to defend voting rights

June 19, 2024 / By
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Edited on 6/21 to reflect a correction. Wonderful Nurseries filed a lawsuit against the Agriculture Labor Relations Board.

Kern residents enrolled for full health coverage at MediCal event

June 13, 2024 / By
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To bring Medi-Cal to more Kern residents several local organizations and health insurers came together to offer a free enrollment event.

Christian Clegg talks city priorities, Climate Action Plan, and rising temperatures

June 7, 2024 / By
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Since 2020, Christian Clegg has served as the City Manager of Bakersfield, overseeing daily operations and future budget planning.

Anti-cyber bullying bills could become law due to growing concerns about safety

May 29, 2024 / By
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At our state capitol on May 14 leaders met to discuss several bills authored by California Senator Henry Stern that would help families battle negative effects from cyberbullying.

Bakersfield hosts first-ever Healthcare Symposium focused on advancing health equity

May 28, 2024 / By
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Local organizations are sending a message with its first-ever Advancing Health Equity, Sexuality, and Gender Identity Healthcare Symposium.

New inpatient mental health recovery sites open to the public

May 17, 2024 / By
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Two new 24-hour facilities opened on May 15, 2024, for adult and youth psychiatric inpatient services.

Experts team up with Kern Public Health to show effective ways to stop mosquito spread

May 14, 2024 / By
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The four main mosquito abatement districts and Kern County Public Health hosted a press conference on May 9 to warn the public of the insect’s dangers.

Get fully enrolled for Medi-Cal at free event

May 8, 2024 / By
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On June 8th, 2024 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., a free event will be centered around enrolling residents into Medi-Cal.

Sol on the Street: Climate change and is government doing enough?

May 8, 2024 / By
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The month of March marked the tenth consecutive month that had record-breaking temperatures, this is the hottest it has ever been in human history.

Equity on the Road brought together the Central Valley community to hear their feedback

April 30, 2024 / By
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Last year The Center at Sierra Health Foundation and the San Joaquin Valley Health Fund went to the capital to ask for concrete policy changes that uplift vulnerable communities that have been historically marginalized.