Five drivers suspected to be under the influence of alcohol were arrested at a license and sobriety checkpoint on Yosemite Avenue near Fi
The Madera High football team gave the public its first look at the Bonning Cunnings version of the Coyotes last week, with a new-look of
As is customary of Enduro Series races at the LoanMart Madera Speedway, Saturday night’s 200-lap main event was full of chaotic contact.
Something just dawned on me, which may have dawned on you, but I will tell you what it is, anyway, because I love telling others what has just dawn
The dedication celebration for the Chris Sorensen sculpture will take place at Gallery Row in Oakhurst on Saturday, Aug.
Thursday morning I attended a flag ceremony at Millview School. This is a very special flag donated to Millview School by a local citizen.
I wish to thank the editor for his recent Editor’s Corner on National Night Out (NNO) and the benefit it is to our community.
Here's the latest news for Sunday, August 18th: Egypt army chief: New clashes won't be tolerated; 1st settlement in PSU-Sandusky case; States revisit mandatory sentences for juveniles; 'The Butler' serves box-office success at No. 1.
SACRAMENTO — Dealing a major blow to California’s high-speed rail project, a Sacramento County judge ruled Friday that the agency oversee
10 percent response rate to evac warning