Biviana Camacho, an incoming Bakersfield College freshman, will turn 18 nearly one month before the 2020 Presidential Election.
Camacho has been looking forward to this day for years, as she pre-registered to vote two years ago.
The U.S. Census Bureau announced Monday it will end its counting efforts for the 2020 Census a month earlier than previously announced.
The Bureau will end field data collection by Sept.
Data released by the Kern County Sheriff’s Office at Kern County’s third annual TRUTH Act Forum, held Monday evening, showed a significant decrease in the number of transfers to Immigration Customs Enforcement and release notification requests.
A federal judge has approved a temporary restraining order against the City of McFarland and the GEO Group, Inc.,
As part of the nationwide “In Plain Sight” activist artwork protest, skywriting fleets left artist-created messages in the skies above Southern California detention centers, immigration courts, and other landmarks over the Fourth of July weekend.
The Bakersfield City Council voted at Wednesday’s meeting to adopt a budget that many say allocates too much money to the Bakersfield Police Department.