The American Civil Liberties Union and Willkie Far & Gallagher LLP filed a lawsuit on behalf of three Kern County residents and the United Farm Workers against Kern County for operating a plea mill.
With Sexually Transmitted Diseases and infections on the rise in Kern County, Kern Sol News spoke to Patrick Salazar, the program manager with the Kern County Public Health Department.
On May 13, the City of Bakersfield will be hosting the Southeast Strong Fest for community members to learn about how City staff are working to transform the community.
California State University of Bakersfield (CSUB) and the Native & Indigenous Student Coalition planned events for this year’s National Week of Action to spread awareness regarding the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW), which often includes young girls and two-spirit individuals.
For the first time in Bakersfield’s history, Virtual Enterprise has put the region on the map for being the best in the nation and winning the top three spots.
On Wednesday, April 26th, Californians from the Central Valley region gathered on the California State Capitol lawn to advocate for issues affecting the valley as part of the 2023 Equity on the Mall event.
California Natural Resources Agency awarded the City of Bakersfield Recreation & Parks and Public Works departments 1.5 million dollars for a proposed project to renovate the city-owned green space on the corner of E.
On Saturday, April 29th, the Bakersfield chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) will hold the State of Black America conference.
On Friday, April 28th Greater Bakersfield Legal Assistance (GBLA) will be holding its 10th annual Fair Housing Conference.
A heart for community and education is exactly what Raji Brar will be bringing to the California State University Board of Trustees.