Senate Bill 7, being pondered by the California Assembly, may be one of the worst pieces of legislation to plague California this year.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
The California Supreme Court’s decision to allow school employees other than licensed school nurses to administer insulin shots to students is welcome, especially in light of the fact that diabetes seems to
Attorney General Eric Holder told the American Bar Association in San Francisco Monday that he hopes to lower mandatory federal drug penalties to get some people out of federal prisons.
A would-be electric-car manufacturing business in Mississippi is in the news because Hillary Rodham Clinton is running for president. You may have read or heard what the connection is.
The future of the Internet, we are told, involves something rather cunning, and perhaps shocking: The cell phones and pad devices we use more and more frequently to get online are constantly sending out info
City and county officials and employees who helped put on Madera’s first National Night Out on Monday and Tuesday deserve a tip of the hat for involving the entire city in a program to help fight crime.
People in the newspaper business are doing a lot of navel-gazing since the news came out Monday that Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon.com, has agreed to buy The Washington Post, and some other newspapers the Po