City Council Member Gary Svanda said Wednesday night that 2014 will be his last year on the council — and he said it in an odd way.
After a 16-point win in the first day of the Madera South Classic girls basketball tournament, the Madera South Stallions closed the day with a dominant second half and a 48-27 victory over Kerman.
A strong breeze chilled the morning following a heavy rain that brought snow low into the Madera foothills.
Here's the latest news for Thursday, Dec. 19th: Senate expected to pass defense funding bill; Fire burning at Tenn. superfund site; Dennis Rodman in North Korea; Aluminum Christmas trees back in style.
Board trustees debate possible reduction for developers
Two men were behind bars Wednesday on felony child cruelty charges related to the death of a 17-year-old girl after search and rescue teams found her body submerged in a stream about an hour north of North F
SACRAMENTO (AP) — California’s High-Speed Rail Authority says five construction teams have submitted qualifications that could allow them to bid on the second, 60-mile phase of the rail project.