17 Newsflash: 9/7/21 | KGET 17

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BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) —  17 Newsflash is a wrap of the day’s major headlines on KGET.com. Listed here are back links to today’s tales:

Guy dies from obvious stab wound in south Bakersfield, police say

A person died from an evident stab wound in south Bakersfield on Tuesday, law enforcement stated.

Police had been called shortly before 7 a.m. to the 3200 block of Larson Lane, wherever they observed the guy. He was declared lifeless at the scene, according to a Bakersfield Law enforcement Department launch.

Anybody with information is requested to phone the BPD at 661-327-7111.

Kern General public Well being reports 1,911 new COVID-19 cases, 3 deaths above holiday weekend

Kern County Community Overall health on Monday noted 1,911 new COVID-19 cases and three new fatalities around the long vacation weekend.

To date, the county has experienced 128,770 situations and 1,485 deaths, in accordance to general public health officials. There are 115,790 residents who are recovered or presumed recovered, and 11,395 people isolating at dwelling.

A overall of 461,873 tests have arrive back again destructive and 487 tests are pending, officials mentioned. There have been 77,172 conditions between those 18 to 49, 17,698 conditions in all those less than 18, a overall of 22,486 amongst those people 50 to 64 and 11,339 cases in people 65 and more mature.

How and where to vote in California’s gubernatorial remember election

On Sept. 14, voters will come to a decision no matter if to take away Gov. Gavin Newsom from office – and if so, who really should consider his place. 

If you are registered to vote, you really should have already received a mail-in ballot in your mailbox. If not, check your registration standing online or connect with the Kern County Elections Place of work at 661-868-3590. 

Bakersfield College’s college student-operated cafe now accepting fall reservations

Bakersfield College’s university student-operated community restaurant, the Renegade Home, is now accepting dine-in reservations and to-go orders for the drop semester.

Commencing Sept. 8, the Renegade Room will be open for lunch provider Wednesday afternoons from 11:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Beginning Sept. 14, the cafe will be serving dinners on choose Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. You are questioned to make a reservation forward of time to e-book your desk. You can make a reservation right here.

French Fire: 26,745 acres burned, 65% containment

The French Fire proceeds to melt away in the mountains in the Kern River Valley as fire officials estimate it has scorched 26,745 acres and is at 65% containment.

Officers have lifted evacuation warnings for elements of Wofford Heights, Isabella highlands, Hungry Gulch, Dutch Flat, Freeway 155 corridor from 178 north to Plater Street, Kernville and Riverkern.