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.
Mission expected to feed nearly 500 people today
Volunteers with the Mission at Kern County are prepping to feed nearly 500 people this Thanksgiving.
Retail stores prepare for holiday shoppers
Black Friday and Thanksgiving are about to collide head on as most stores plan to kick-off holiday sales early by opening their doors on…
Monitoring speeding near dance studio
Police monitored drivers passing through what some say is a hot spot for speeding downtown Bakersfield.
'Tis the season for acid reflux
From now until the new year, many Americans will go on a six week-long holiday binge: eating everything from turkey to pumpkin pie; but for…