A retired California Highway Patrol Officer has been selected the June Rotarian of the Month for the Madera Rotary Club.
My roommates — the beautiful, long-haired, blonde siren named Starlight and Eric, the Nasty — and I sat outside the I-Thou Coffee Shop on the 1700 block of Haight in San Francisco.
INDIAN TROUBLE — Three generations of the Chukchansi tribe of Indians were spectators in Judge Conley’s court this morning, where the trial of Sam Patch, on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon with inte
A local band hoping to raise funds to help a charitable organization focused on aiding people in a southeastern European country is set to host its annual free concert on July 22.
The 15-year-old boys charged with the murder of a 16-year-old boy during a gang shooting in April waived their right to a speedy trial Wednesday in Madera Superior Court.
Victim evades bullets, but injured in crash
At an age when many employees are preparing for retirement, Perry Davis, now 81, enrolled in a program to find a job.
Nathan La Mattina says a vision from God inspired him to start an organization to help the youth of Madera.
It was then he became inspired to provide youths with shoes.
Descendants of a Madera County woman who in 1984 was stipulated the only recognized member of the Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians have filed a lawsuit in federal court to have that recognition r
A 44-year-old Madera man suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol failed to stop for traffic at State Route 145 and Avenue 12 on Wednesday afternoon and hit the back of an off-duty California High