Longtime runners advise to “do nothing new” on race day.
According to the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA), California has led the nation for the last 20 years in the production of several processed dairy products, including yogurt, butter, and
By Assemblyman Frank Bigelow and State Sen. Tom Berryhill
Rejects report on CAO, cites ‘unprofessional’ behavior on part of jurors
A weekend long event set to start on Saturday will feature the hand-crafted creations of a local group of women.
Madera police officers are on the lookout for gang members believed to have been behind a series of shootings last weekend that resulted in three non-fatal injuries.
Another marijuana raid was part of local, state, and federal authorities’ agendas earlier this week as three growing sites in the Sierra National Forest were eliminated along with more than 22,000 of the ill
STOCKTON — California prison officials dedicated an $839 million inmate medical complex Tuesday even as they face a new round of court-imposed mandates that are complicating efforts to run one of the nation’
The annual summer car shows in the parking lot of a fast food business are underway and the second one is slated for tonight.
FRESNO (AP) — Fresno’s fire chief has been charged with several felonies including assault with a deadly weapon and corporal injury to a spouse after a domestic dispute earlier this month.