ONYX, Calif. - Fire crews continue to work on putting out the Nicolls Fire.
The fire is now 85 percent contained and has burnt 1,680 acres.
Crews are using a remote camping tactic that reduces travel times into the fire area by way of helicopter.
Firefighters will continue hauling all trash, flagging, and excess supplies out to restore the area in a condition consistent with wilderness values Wednesday.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
GET Bus to add 3 night routes
Monday, July 6, GET will start evening service on three routes.
BPD: Man dies while in custody
Bakersfield police said a man died while in custody Sunday night.
Illegal fireworks burn up family's home
Over a thousand fireworks calls went out to Kern County Fire Department and Bakersfield City Fire over the Fourth of July weekend.
Pet reunification after 4th of July
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - If you lost your pet during the holiday weekend you might want to check the local shelters. Fourth of July weekend is…