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As a way to further hold the gun industry accountable, Governor Gavin Newsom signed legislation Monday allowing the state, local governments and Californians to sue gun makers.
The first probable case of monkeypox has been identified in a Kern County resident, according to Kern Public Health.
California Department of Pesticide Regulation’s 2023 Research and Alliance Grants Programs Open Soon
As part of the state’s goal of transitioning to system-wide adoption of safer, more sustainable pest management practices, the Department of Pesticide Regulation’s (DPR) Grants Programs have enhanced funding available to support projects that advance Integrated Pest Management (IPM) research, knowledge, tools, outreach, and implementation.
Kern County Public Health has expanded its healthy restaurant initiative “Certified Healthy,” which empowers residents to choose restaurants in their area that offer healthier food options.
Governor Gavin Newsom on Thursday signed legislation to take on the gun industry and get more guns off California streets.
On Tuesday, the Kern County Board of Supervisors proclaimed July as Purple Ribbon Month in Kern County, in honor of Kaitlyn’s Law.
The Kern County Public Health Services Department launched the Know Your Numbers program in Ridgecrest on Thursday at Ridgecrest Salvation Army.
The Greater Bakersfield Legal Assistance (GBLA) is launching “Second Saturday,” which features month webinars covering legislation impacting residents.
The new Kern County Safe Camping area near the M Street Navigation Center is now hosting clients from vulnerable populations who have been experiencing homelessness.
Joint statement by medical professionals released on Western States support for expanded COVID-19 vaccine eligibility for children 6 months and older
Today, California Health and Human Services Agency Secretary, Dr. Mark Ghaly, and Director of the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and State Public Health Officer, Dr.