Here's the latest news for Tuesday, December 3rd: Judge clears Detroit to file for bankruptcy; U.S.
Paul Walker crash not part of street race; Bob Dylan charged in France over Croatia remarks; Josh Brolin and Diane Lane's divorce finalized.
FRESNO — With an exuberant yell, Madera South cross country coach Rich Parris was able to let out 14 years of waiting.
A Madera man convicted of pulling a gun and fatally shooting another attendee at a so-called “fusion party” in Fairmead earlier this year was sentenced to 15 years in state prison Monday, Madera County Distr
Black Friday and Cyber Monday may have passed, but seasonal sales continue. The Madera County animal shelter has announced half off all dog and cat adoptions until the 23rd of December.
The heart of Madera will light up during a parade that shows off what helps work these lands: tractors and trucks. The farm machinery will be decorated with Christmas lights.
Former high school student, Rae Concha, will be on trial for murder Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday during this year’s Madera County Mock Trial case, People vs. Concha.
Who would have thought that in a season that produced 51 touchdowns for the Liberty Hawks, their game to send them to the best kind of ship — a championship — would rely on field goals?
With the game tied at 10 late in the second quarter, the Liberty Hawks faced a first-and-21 after a holding penalty.
FRESNO — With all the hubbub and celebration surrounding the Madera South boys cross country team, Madera South’s other Central Section champion, the girls cross country team, ran in the CIF State Cross Coun