Ideas come fast every time California endures a drought of several years. Each time, some of them are accepted and put into use, thus making the next drought a bit easier to handle.
Whether a Madera gang member convicted earlier this year for gunning down an innocent teenager will languish in state prison, or receive a new trial, depends on a decision expected today in county court.
A Merced man was arrested and charged with felony assault and battery on a peace officer, among other charges, after being wrestled to the ground and removed from the center median of State Route 99, authori
Nineteen inmates started a new journey in their lives Wednesday after graduating from the Correctional Community Transitional Program (CCTP) where they went through a two-months program to reenter society.
After 18 years of competing with each other, particularly the last four years, Sydney Horanic edged out her twin Emma by one-hundredth of a point for the top spot in the Class of 2015 at Liberty High School.
May’s San Joaquin Valley Business Conditions Index fell from April’s reading but nonetheless continues to point toward economic growth, according to Fresno State University.
Madera police officers received the following calls for services on May 29.
Friday, May 29
8:01 a.m. — Traffic collision property damage near Liberty Lane and Sunset Avenue.