BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Tehachapi Unified School District officials say they are replanting the trees that were cut down last month.
23 trees were cut down on Tehachapi High School's campus in May. Friday, school officials say they will replant those trees.
Residents in Tehachpi were outraged after the vandalism. Officials estimate the cost to replace the trees in the thousands of dollars.
Tehachapi residents outraged after students reportedly cut down trees on high school campus
A recently new therapy for Alzheimer and Dementia patients is helping those right here in Kern County.
The 2017 Child Death Review Team Report has been released by Public Health showing that preventable child deaths were up least year.
State elections officials are urging those with past criminal convictions to check the status of their voter registration.
The Bakersfield Police Department is asking for the communities assistance identifying two suspects responsible for a robbery to CVS on…