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Latest Primary election results 2022

June 7, 2022 / By
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Election results: Completed Precincts: 569 out of 569

Governor of California: Gavin Newsom- Democrat with 37.11% of votes

Lieutenant Governor: Angela E.

California Has a Unique Problem With Hospice Fraud. Can Legislation Stop it?

June 7, 2022 / By
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By Chris Mink. Original story and audio recording available here.

The Northern California woman with a chronic illness was receiving home health services, but she wasn’t terminally ill.

Kern High provides free breakfast to children this month

June 7, 2022 / By

Summertime is a break from school, but the need for good nutrition does not take a break.

Things to know for Election Day

June 7, 2022 / By

If you are planning on voting in the June 7th Election Day, here are a few things to know.

Kern Public Health offers tips on how to protect yourself from mosquitoes

June 3, 2022 / By

Warmer weather brings increased mosquito activity and the first mosquito pool in Kern County has been confirmed with West Nile virus (WNV), Kern Public Health reported in a news release. 

Governor Newsom Proclaims LGBTQ Pride Month

June 3, 2022 / By

Governor Gavin Newsom has issued a proclamation declaring June 2022, as “LGBTQ Pride Month” in the State of California.

In the wake of graduation season, BPD warns residents of dangers of fentanyl

June 1, 2022 / By

With graduation season upon us, the Bakersfield Police Department is advising families to have a safety plan when celebrating graduation accomplishments.

Kern to receive nearly $18.1 million to enhance educational collaborative efforts and create occupational pathways for local students

May 27, 2022 / By

The Kern County is one of six collaborations throughout the state to receive nearly $18.1 million for the State’s Regional K-16 Education Collaboratives Grant Program, as part of a $250 million investment in the 2021 Budget Act.

Governor and legislative leaders to expedite gun reform legislation following Texas elementary school shooting 

May 25, 2022 / By

Following the mass shooting at an elementary school in Texas that left at least 19 children and two adults dead Tuesday, Governor Gavin Newsom, Senate President pro Tempore Toni G.

Bakersfield Museum of Art’s latest exhibits explore ‘identity, race and humanity’

May 25, 2022 / By
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The Bakersfield Museum of Art (BMoA) is celebrating its Spring 2022 exhibitions — collectionsthat explore identity, race, and humanity — during Art After Dark on Thursday, May 26 from 7–9 p.m..