A motorcyclist was arrested and his vehicle impounded after leading officers on a high-speed pursuit through Madera streets, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Trial setting was delayed for a woman accused of attempted murder of her ex fiancé so that a psychological examination can be completed.
Two suspected vandals were arrested after being caught on surveillance tape destroying a vacant home and farm equipment, Sheriff John Anderson said.
Wearing jackets, hooded sweatshirts and gloves, 175 students and Madera Rotary Club volunteers gathered on a chilly morning to clean up trash and make improvements along the west end of the Vern McCullough F
The 29 days of February are dedicated to raising awareness of the leading cause of death in America — heart disease — and learning more about how you and your family can follow a heart-healthy diet.
Don’t have your child left out. The parks department is still taking signups for T-Ball, but don’t wait until the last minute. Some youth are being assigned teams and coaches already.
MADERA RANCHOS — For one Liberty Hawk girls soccer player, the victory meant a trip to Disneyland. For the rest, the win meant a 2012 Central Section Division IV championship.
With an opening week that featured games against four Tri-River Athletic Conference schools, Madera Coyote baseball coach Andy Underwood may have started to wonder when his first win would come.
President Obama, to his credit, last week called for a “privacy bill of rights” that would let people keep their online data from being used to track and barrage them with special pleading — otherwise known
This is a letter in response to Tami Jo Nix’s article of Feb. 18 regarding the recent Health and Human Services ruling requiring faith-based organizations to provide contraceptive coverage.