Here's the latest news for Thursday, September 19, 2013: Washington Navy Yard employees return to work; At least 97 dead in Mexico landslide; National Guard rescues pets in Colorado floods; and Taiwan cheers
Don’t look now, but the U.S. Department of Education may be unhappy with Madera Unified School District, to say nothing of the rest of California’s schools.
When the San Jose Mercury reported earlier this week on the delay of the groundbreaking for the state’s high-speed rail project, critics predicted construction of the controversial line — already postponed a
Supporters of a proposed casino within Madera County have formed a political committee and entered the ring to defend the controversial project as opponents collect signatures seeking a statewide vote on the
The beginning of this weekend will see carnival games, local food vendors, and bands take to the St. Joachim school yard in two days of entertainment for the church’s annual Harvest Festival.
SACRAMENTO — A fire that raged in forest land in and around Yosemite National Park has left a contiguous barren moonscape in the Sierra Nevada mountains that experts say is larger than any burned in centurie
A jury found a Madera man guilty of two violent felony robbery counts last week, Madera County District Attorney Michael Keitz said, and because of his previous convictions he will face more than 60 years in