Madera Unified School District Superintendent Ed Gonzalez may have shocked some of his audience last week when he gave a short talk about eight gro
Local agencies and mental health advocates have partnered with a Bakersfield-based healthcare consulting firm to raise awareness about me
Here's the latest news for Tuesday, September 24th: Fighting over in Kenyan shopping mall; Obama calls for UN action if Syria doesn't dismantle its chemical weapons; Long lost Mary Pickford movie found; Encouraging health, babies are made to cry in Japan.
Five Madera teenagers were seriously injured Monday morning, three of them critically, after an unlicensed driver of a pickup ran a stop
The Madera Elks Golf Tournament first teed-off in 1976 with a pledge to benefit handicapped children and youth activities.