BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Our local spray parks may look fun but changes are on the way.
The city of Bakersfield Water Board held a meeting Wednesday to discuss closing spray parks.
The city was mandated by the state, and now spray parks will close on August 1 to conserve water. It will stay in effect for 270 days.
Many residents said they would be upset if this change went into effect because the spray parks is a free amenity that keeps them cool during the hot summer months.
Spray parks are usually open until October.
Local companies pushed towards electric cars
The Clean Cities Coalition will be hosting a workshop to push local businesses towards fuel efficient fleets, Thursday morning.
Delano continues to be invaded by birds
Just in time for Halloween, the City of Delano comes alive with the sights and sounds of something straight out of a horror movie. It's…
Increase in bicyclists killed in car crashes
A new report released by the Governor's Highway Safety Association shows that between 2010 and 2012 the number of bicyclists killed in the…
Court: Christina Patz sentenced to felony prob.
A local woman accused of animal hoarding after 155 cats were found at her house, 66 of which were already dead, was sentenced Wednesday.