Here's the latest news for Monday April 30th: Obama hosts Noda at the White House; International armies hunt for Kony; Speeding driver causes NY crash; New Orleans celebrates International Jazz Day
400 take part in valley service day
Hundreds of volunteers showed community pride as they took part in 12 projects to help Madera.
Visitors to four gardens saw an array of plants and gardening decor as they received advice from Master Gardeners in the 6th annual Spring Garden Tour.
Special aircraft known as home-built or kit airplanes were in the skies over Madera this weekend as pilots practiced their formation flying skills.
About 450 attended the Madera Sunrise Rotary Club’s Shrimp Feed fundraiser Saturday, according to Marshall Bishop, chair of the event, which was held in Hatfield Hall at the Madera District Fairgrounds.
The NFL draft has come and gone. And yes, I watched every minute. With a few well-deserved naps worked in.
When Frank Rodriguez decided to pick up the sport of wrestling, his little brother Ace was right behind and the Madera wrestling community relished in their success.
A state appellate court has upheld a Madera County Superior Court judge’s decision regarding the amount of attorneys’ fees to be paid by the Madera Unified School District as part of a 2008 lawsuit which cha
FRESNO — The California dairy cow found to have mad cow disease was very old for a milk producer and had been euthanized after it became lame and started lying down, federal officials revealed in their lates
Nearly five years after 18-year-old Krista-Rae Pike was murdered in Madera, the two accused of killing her will be tried separately in Stanislaus County, with the first trial expected to begin in September.