Here's the latest news for Friday, September 27th: Building collapses in India, dozens feared trapped; Suspected US drug smuggler deported from Thailand; Senate set to OK budget bill, but fight not over; Georgia Aquarium exhibits preserved sea creatures.
Some laborers walk off fields for higher wages
By Gosia Wozniacka
Law-enforcement personnel broke up a “major trafficking ring” inside a Madera home earlier this week, resulting in the arrest of eight Me
Downtown sidewalk break still a problem
Since 2007, defunct Madera dried fruit producer Z Foods and its parent company Zoria Farms, Inc.
Ted Sanderson, a World War II veteran, and Honor Flight recipient of the Madera Rotary Club, received a flight of a different kind when h
A man wanted in Dodge City, Kan., for robbery and attempted murder was arrested in Madera County earlier this week after he was chased do
It’s time for Madera High School’s second consecutive road trip of the season tonight, as the Coyotes head south for a match with the Tul
Despite coming off a big loss in its previous game, the Madera South football team is vastly growing as a unit.
After exercising some ghosts from the past with a dominant 41-7 victory over the Fowler Redcats, the Liberty Hawks football team will loo