DEATH SENTENCE: A self-described hairless is condemned for a murder during a Tehachapi prison. Travis Frazier, 31, was condemned to genocide for a 2009 murder of associate invalid 20-year aged Evan Broderick. Frazier and Kenneth Nowlin stabbed Broderick 24 times in 18 seconds on a prison’s practice yard. Prosecutors contend Frazier has shown no distress and has a prolonged story of aroused function and a genocide chastisement is a customarily usually sentence. The 33-year aged Nowlin was condemned to genocide on Jul 26. Both group will be housed during San Quentin State Prison. Read a full story here.
PRISONERS BACK TO KERN COUNTY: Plans to send some-more prisoners behind to Kern County strike a roadblock in a State Assembly. On Wednesday, legislators voted 75-zip on a check that would extend a deadline to pierce 9,600 inmates by year’s end. If a check passes a State Senate and is sealed by Governor Jerry Brown, partial of a income that would be spent to franchise cells in private prisons and county jails would go instead to reconstruction programs. But a check includes Brown’s strange devise to franchise a internal cells if a justice sticks to a year-end deadline to pierce a inmates.
SUSPECT WANTED: Bakersfield Police need your assistance anticipating a male who allegedly kick adult and attacked a cabbie. It happened in a 800 retard of 34th Street behind on Jul 26. Just after 5 p.m., a cab motorist gave a male a ride, though he wouldn’t pay. Not customarily that, he afterwards allegedly grabbed a cabbie’s dungeon phone. After a struggle, a motorist tells military a male struck him and afterwards took off with a phone and a automobile keys. He’s described as Hispanic in his 30s with brief black hair and tattoos on both arms. Read a full story here.
9/11 REMEMBERED: All around Kern County, people took a impulse Wednesday to remember a victims of America’s misfortune militant attack. At South High School in Bakersfield, members of a Junior ROTC Rebel Battalion hold a rite before school. That Juan Delatorre, a group’s commander. 23-ABC reports other schools holding special ceremonies enclosed Bakersfield High, where a Air Force Junior ROTC cadets paid loyalty to those who died on 9-11. That eventuality enclosed a laying of a spray and a impulse of silence.
BAKERSFIELD CITY COUNCIL: Productive night for a Bakersfield city council. Council members Wednesday night authorized a $3 million agreement fluctuating Mohawk Street to Hageman Road, and a fortitude vouchsafing a city fast buy what it needs to take over an animal preserve from Kern County. In sealed session, a legislature authorized spending adult to $75,000 to settle a 2011 lawsuit brought by Yetunda Wright opposite a city and Bakersfield military officers Timothy Berchtold and Noah Landers. Wright’s 15-year-old son Traveon John Avila was shot and killed by officers during a trade stop of a stolen automobile Jul 9, 2010. City Attorney Ginny Gennaro says a council’s movement is not an acknowledgment of guilt. The legislature also authorized an bidding that would rezone 77 acres of county land during a southeast dilemma of Calloway Drive and Seventh Standard Road from rural to residential, when a city eventually annexes it. Read a full story here.
WHAT’S TRENDING ON BAKERSFIELD.COM
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SKINHEAD CONVICTED IN PRISON KILLING SENTENCED TO DEATH: Already portion a judgment of life though release for murder, Travis J. Frazier, self-described “skinhead,” was condemned to genocide Wednesday. On May 11, 2009, during a practice yard of a California Correctional Institution in Tehachapi, Kenneth Nowlin hold 20-year-old Evan Broderick while Frazier stabbed him 24 times in 18 seconds. As Broderick lay on a belligerent Frazier stood over him and laughed. Prosecutors contend 31-year-old Frazier has shown no distress and has a prolonged story of aroused behavior. Deputy District Attorney Andi Bridges pronounced a genocide chastisement was a customarily usually sentence. Read a full story here.
COUNCIL APPROVES MOHAWK STREET EXTENSION: The Bakersfield City Council authorized a $3 million agreement Wednesday fluctuating Mohawk Street to Hageman Road. But before a legislature authorized employing Granite Construction to finish Mohawk Street, Ward 2 Councilman Terry Maxwell wondered since a city has budgeted $812,318 for equipment including “change orders,” that are changes to losses and costs during construction. Public Works Director Raul Rojas responded that a project’s developer is approaching to compensate a city an additional $400,000, and that when it arrives, this income will revoke a city’s tangible cost for change orders by roughly half. Read a full story here.
UNEXPECTED BODY FOUND NEAR CASTAIC LAKE: Authorities contend a burnt physique found nearby Castaic Lake isn’t that of a blank college tyro though rather an separate murder victim. Los Angeles Sheriff’s Capt. Mike Parker pronounced Wednesday that a stays found a week ago nearby Castaic Lake aren’t those of 19-year-old Bryce Laspisa. He says they go to Lamondre Miles. Investigators trust a South Los Angeles male was killed in Hawthorne and his physique dumped and burned. Three people have been arrested. The physique was found when firefighters doused a tiny brush blaze. Read a full story here.
LOTTERY TICKET BOUGHT IN BAKERSFIELD NETS $1.5 MILLION FOR WINNER: A male that customarily buys $10 value of California Lottery Quick Picks 4 times a week during Howard’s Mini Market on Planz Road, won large Tuesday night, winning about $1.5 million. The store’s co-owner and assistant Hyesuk Park pronounced she saw a male Wednesday morning when he stopped by for gasoline and told him a large news. Park pronounced a male was happy though not deliriously so. But she was vehement for him, job him one of her favorite customers. Read a full story here.
FORMER VICE PRINCIPAL PLEADS NO CONTEST TO LEWD OR LASCIVIOUS ACTS WITH A MINOR: Former Fairfax Middle School clamp principal Donald Ricketts pleaded no competition Wednesday to one count of licentious or lewd acts with a child underneath 14 years old. Kern County Sheriff’s detectives have pronounced a lady reported to officials during a Lamont substation Apr 12, 2011 that Ricketts intimately molested her on countless occasions over a three-year period. Six other felonies were discharged opposite Ricketts in lapse for his plea, according to Kern County Superior Court records. Sentencing is scheduled for Oct. 23. Read a full story here.
THE ENERGY REPORT
CONTROVERSIAL FRACKING BILL PASSED IN LEGISLATURE: T he California Assembly authorized a check Wednesday night that would tie a state’s law on hydraulic fracturing — or fracking. The bill, of course, gratified no one –especially oil companies and environmentalists. The check upheld 47-17. Reuters reported that companies would be compulsory to obtain permits for fracking as good as acidizing, a use of hydrofluoric poison and other chemicals to disintegrate shale rock. Oil companies have suggested that poison could be useful than fracking. Environmentalists didn’t like a check since it loosens some environmental capitulation regulations. Read a full story here.
THE TECH REPORT
ATT ONCE AGAIN GETS UPPER HAND IN iPHONE RELEASE: If we like articulate on a phone and surfing a web during a same time a new chronicle of a iPhone will let we do it –but customarily on ATT. The blog Tech Crunch reported late Wednesday that Verizon and Sprint business will not be means to discuss on a phone and do web tasks. The blog reported that Apple places a censure on a networks operated by Verizon and Sprint. Apple, of course, announced new iPhone models on Tuesday. Simultaneous information and voice use has been a vital enterprise for Verizon and Sprint customers, though that will have to wait.
THE HEALTH REPORT
BILL WOULD EXPAND PHARMACISTS’ ROLE IN CALIFORNIA: California’s Assembly authorized a check Wednesday that would enhance a services California pharmacists can yield to patients. The Associated Press says that underneath a check pharmacists could sequence certain lab tests and allot smoking-cessation drugs. The check is partial of a package by Democratic Sen. Ed Hernandez of West Covina that aims to residence a state’s approaching necessity of primary caring physicians. Supporters including pharmacy schools and Blue Shield of California contend a legislation would concede pharmacists to improved use their training and could assistance control health caring costs. It now goes to a Senate for a final vote.
‘MALE MENOPAUSE’: We’ve all listened a TV ads for testosterone diagnosis for “low T.” But new investigate in Thursday’s New England Journal of Medicine says a opposite hormone might play a purpose in reduction sex expostulate and some-more fat as group age. Estrogen — a womanlike hormone — is indispensable by men, too. The investigate gives a initial transparent justification that too small of it can means certain “male menopause” symptoms, a Associated Press writes. Dr. Joel Finkelstein of Massachusetts General Hospital led a U.S.-government saved study. He told a Associated Press: “A lot of things we consider are due to testosterone scarcity are indeed associated to a estrogen scarcity that accompanies it.”
THE SPORTS REPORT
REED TO MAKE THE ROUNDS SATURDAY: Fresh off his best NASCAR Nationwide Series finish, a ninth during Richmond (Va.) International Raceway on Friday night, Bakersfield’s Ryan Reed will be behind in his hometown on Saturday and perplexing to be in dual places during once. He’ll be racing in a Pro Late Model competition during Kern Country Raceway Park and also be signing autographs during Drive to Stop Diabetes Night during Bakersfield Speedway. The marks are about 25 miles apart, though a 20-year aged Reed is apropos good capable in being a multi-tasker. “I’ve been unequivocally bustling behind here (North Carolina) and figured we could kind of be in dual places during once,” Reed pronounced Wednesday in a phone conservation. Read a full story here.
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