A 19-year-old woman crashed through the front window of a home on Beechwood Road, north of Avenue 12, Friday after she felt dizzy and lost control of her car, the California Highway Patrol said.
FAIRMEAD — A winddriven fire destroyed an empty house at the corner of Fairmead Circle and Palm Street, and fire authorities are calling the cause suspicious.
The Jeep Wrangler belonging to a 42-year-old Oakhurst woman found unconscious on the side of the road near Roads 222 and 274 has been recovered, the Madera County Sheriff’s Department reported.
The No. 4 seeded Madera Coyote baseball team (15- 13) got what it worked for all year — a home playoff game. The Coyotes hosted No.
Three wind-blown fly balls fell to the ground and so did the Madera South Stallion baseball team’s hope for another run to the Valley Championship game.
The No. 4 seeded Liberty Hawk baseball team seemed to have things under control with a 6-4 lead heading into the seventh inning of its Division IV quarterfinal playoff game.
Imagine this: You are driving a school bus on a hot summer day. The bus is carrying kids on their way home from a swimming session. The trip is calm, on schedule and routine.