A homeowner in Eureka noticed something suspicious in his front yard and called the police. It turned out to be a rather poorly made, yet lethal satchel bomb.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Most of us at one time or other have wanted to slap the daylights out of someone else’s crying kid, as did Mr. Joe Rickey Hundley of Hayden, Idaho. The baby was sitting next to him Feb.
Our neighbors to the south, Hanford, are basking in the metaphorical glow of the deep fryer. Members of that community successfully lobbied fast food giant In-N-Out burger to open a store in their town.
With uncanny timing, this week has brought together the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI, the Ash Wednesday kickoff to the Lenten season, and the annual hijacking of St. Valentine’s Day.
Alameda County Sheriff Greg Ahern is seeking permission from his county’s Board of Supervisors to buy a 4.4-pound drone.
Almost every California Republican today realizes the party faces a serious dilemma upon whose resolution hinges the very life of the GOP in America’s largest state.
It was approaching midnight as the seven teenagers gazed wistfully up at the ceiling of their second story cell in the Madera County Jail.