SACRAMENTO (AP) — California’s High-Speed Rail Authority says five construction teams have submitted qualifications that could allow them
Parents, grandparents, and others actively involved in the lives of Millview children, concluded a series of parenting workshops Wednesda
SACRAMENTO (AP) — Gov. Jerry Brown is convening a task force to help determine whether a statewide drought declaration is warranted.
The government health people this week told us for the 1,200th or so time that you could dump all your vitamin pills in the toilet without it makin
Many people have been shocked by this week’s District Court ruling that polygamy is not a crime.
“You could not step twice into the same river,” Greek philosopher Heraclitus once said.
Theodore Johnstone, a staple of the Madera medical community for the last 45 years, has had a professional life that took him across the
Personnel changes in the offices of the Madera County Clerk has made the end of this year interesting and 2014 promises to be even more s
FRESNO — An estimated one in three children in the Central Valley are unsure of where their next meal will come from according to the Cal
Here's the latest news for Wednesday, Dec. 18th: Mega Millions winner from Georgia identified; Harvard bomb hoax suspect in court; Diplomat's arrest sparks outrage in India; Festive penguins parade in South Korea.