The Way Fire is now 92% contained, and no new homes or buildings have been burned.
The fire has burned more than 4,000 acres of dry land between Wofford Heights and Kernville.
There are no longer any evacuations or road closures, and fire officials say smoke isn't affecting nearby communities.
The fire has cost about $4.6 to date, and the cause is still under investigation.
Interstate 5 reopened near Lost Hills
Kern County Sheriff's officials say a man who shot at Good Samaritans and deputies early Friday morning near Lost Hills has taken his own life.
Kern Literacy Council improving reading levels
When it comes to knowing how to read and write, Kern County bottoms the list on national surveys every year.
Big Dance celebrates people with disabilities
A Bakersfield DJ is helping bring people with disabilities together. It's called the Big Dance and its held in downtown Bakersfield.…
Aaron Weirich speaks out on alleged abduction
The man accused of abducting an underage girl from her home and hiding her from her family has finally broken his silence.