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Charity Farmers Market planned for Saturday at Outback Restaurant

Charity Farmers Market planned for Saturday at Outback Restaurant

If you’re in need of some great produce, the Young Ranchers and Farmers organization has a deal for you from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday at Bakersfield’s Outback Restaurant. The group is hosting its third annual Charity Farmers Market in the parking lot of the Outback, 5051 Stockdale Highway. The event’s proceeds will…Continue Reading

Bakersfield Police Chief Lyle Martin on body cameras, hiring

Bakersfield Police Chief Lyle Martin on body cameras, hiring

During a segment on the Jun 28 episode of “First Look with Scott Cox,” Bakersfield Police Chief Lyle Martin appeared on the show to discuss how the department is combatting drugs, the challenges of working with body cameras and hiring new officers. During the 10-minute interview, Martin said the department is still down dozens of…Continue Reading

Supervisor Couch offers his opinion on “law and order county”

Supervisor Couch offers his opinion on “law and order county”

Kern County Supervisor David Couch was a guest on “First Look with Scott Cox” on Wednesday — the day after the Board of Supervisors heard a controversial proposal from Sheriff Donny Youngblood. On Tuesday, Youngblood proposed making Kern County a “law and order county” versus one that would offer sanctuary status to illegal immigrants. The…Continue Reading

Junior League will hold its Bakersfield Fiesta

Junior League will hold its Bakersfield Fiesta

The annual Junior League of Bakersfield’s Fiesta is set for Saturday and KERO Ch. 23 meteorologist Elaina Rush visited “First Look with Scott Cox” on Wednesday to promote the upcoming event. “This is helps us give grants, and do our special projects benefitting women and children,” Rusk said. The event, which is for a 21-and-over…Continue Reading

Got the Dot raises awareness on organ donation

Got the Dot raises awareness on organ donation

With thousands of Kern County high school students earning their driving privileges each year, the choice to become an organ donor faces teenaged drivers, and one group wants to raise awareness about making that choice. JJ’s Legacy, one of Kern County’s most visible organ donor advocates, is promoting “Got The Dot Leadership,” which aims encourage…Continue Reading

Taft health fair is coming Saturday

Taft health fair is coming Saturday

It’s a chance for Taft resident and others to get a check up of their health, and that opportunity is coming on Saturday. The 2017 Taft Health Fair will be from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday at Buena Vista High School, 900 N. 10th St. The event is sponsored by the Rotary Club of…Continue Reading

Michael Hopper attempts to explain ending of new Star Wars trailer

Michael Hopper attempts to explain ending of new Star Wars trailer

Michael Hopper, one of the hosts on “First Look with Scott Cox” and resident kernradio.com nerd, spent some time this morning contemplating the ending to the new trailer for “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” which debuted Friday morning. The trailer pretty much picks up where “Stars Wars: The Force Awakens” left off: actress Daisy Ridley’s Rey…Continue Reading

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Former Magistrate Judge Discusses Fani Willis

Former Magistrate Judge Discusses Fani Willis

Former Magistrate Judge Theresa Goldner discusses the ongoing testimony of Terrance Bradley former lawyer for Nathan Wade, all in Fani Willis case. KERN Radio · Former Magistrate Judge Discusses Fani Willis

Kern County Sheriff and Local State Senator support Tulare County Sheriff for CD20

Kern County Sheriff and Local State Senator support Tulare County Sheriff for CD20

Kern County Sheriff Donny Youngblood and State Senator Shannon Grove are set to announce their endorsement of Tulare County Sheriff Mike Boudreaux for the 20th District Congressional seat left vacated by former Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy. KERN Radio · Kern County Sheriff and Local State Senator support Tulare County Sheriff for CD20

SCOTUS Hears Trump Eligibility

SCOTUS Hears Trump Eligibility

Former Magistrate Judge Theresa Goldner discusses the Supreme Court hearings to determine Co ballot eligibility. KERN Radio · SCOTUS Hears Trump Eligibility