Kern to receive just over $3 million for housing and services for people experiencing mental illness, substance abuse

June 23, 2022 / By

Kern County is set to receive just over $3 million to increase housing and treatment options for those currently struggling with mental illness and substance abuse.

Delano resident discusses the importance of being seen

June 16, 2022 / By

For the second year in a row, the Delano City Council has approved the pride flag being flown at City Hall during Pride Month.

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.

Reframing what public safety means for the community

June 6, 2022 / By
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When imagining public safety the side of town someone lives on may affect what they think of.

Loud for Tomorrow hosts housing event to petition for rent control

May 17, 2022 / By
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This past weekend, the organization gathered feedback and support from residents in Delano for their housing campaign.

‘Bans off our bodies’: local organizations mobilize to support abortion access

May 12, 2022 / By

The rally was organized by Planned Parenthood Mar Monte, the Dolores Huerta Foundation, Kern Sol News, Women’s March Kern County, Crimson Skye, Bakersfield Aids Project, and champions for reproductive freedom in Kern will take place Saturday, May 14, at Jastro park at 2900 Truxtun Ave in Bakersfield, California.