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Testimony continued Thursday in the Taft High School shooting case. The defendant, Brian Oliver, was back on the stand.  The judge recessed the trial for the holiday. It will resume December 1st.


The City Council Wednesday approved a one-year contract for the Bakersfield Police Department. The new deal includes 2% and 3% raises. The council also voted to spend nearly $625,000 to rebuild the playgrounds at Silver Creek and Yokuts parks next spring. 


Sheriff's deputies in Lamont evacuated a school and businesses, and shut down roadways after a suspicious object was apparently left at the Kern Central Credit Union on Main Street Wednesday.  The bomb squad determined the item was not explosive.  Deputes are now looking for a suspect who had been arguing with credit union employees.


Two people were arrested in the death of BNSF employee Robert Limon. His body was found inside a railway shop in Tehachapi last August. The victimís wife, Sabrina Limon, was booked in to Kern County Jail. Jonathan Hearn was also taken in to custody.


The Chevron Weather Center reports there is a 30% chance of rain Thursday. It will be cloudy Friday and then a 20% chance of rain on Saturday. Highs will be in the 60s through the weekend.



November 21, 2014

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