Brain injured patient finds hope
Four years ago Larry Cynar fell off of his back porch and suffered a severe brain injury to his right temporal and left frontal lobe.
MS impacts hundreds in Kern County
March 2nd, 2015, marks the start of National MS Awareness Week, but events are planned all month long in Kern County.
New program gives specialized phones to disabled
Communication is everywhere in the digital age, and in many cases at our fingertips. But for those who have trouble using these devices,…
Mange hits kit fox population in Bakersfield
Kit foxes in Bakersfield are getting infected with sarcoptic mange at an alarming time.
KCSO: SWAT situation near I-5 and Valpredo
Kern County Sheriff's deputies are on scene of a SWAT call out in the area of Interstate 5 and Valpredo.
"Cheers for Chihuahuas" promotion at KCAS
Kern County Animal Services is hosting the fourth annual "Cheers for Chihuahuas" adoption promotion for the month of March.
Are Afghan troops ready to go it alone?
As the U.S. prepares to withdraw from Afghanistan by the end of 2016, a new report reveals Afghan troop numbers are shrinking.
Boko Haram violence might signal group's decline
Boko Haram released a video of an apparent beheading Monday, but some said that violence could be a sign of military success against the group.
Prominent allies barred from Nemtsov's funeral
The funeral of Boris Nemtsov was held Tuesday under tight security, but not all of those who wished to attend were allowed by the Russian government
Who was the woman buried near King Richard III?
A woman thought to have been an important person in Grey Friars monastery was found in a coffin near King Richard III. Her identity is unknown.
Netanyahu to Congress: Iran poses grave threat
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Congress on Tuesday against making a nuclear deal with Iran.
Israeli leader thanks US, warns about Iran
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is thanking the United States and President Barack Obama for aiding Israel, and warning of the threat that…