It was Day One for the traditional courtesy calls to senators, but there's not much about Merrick Garland's Supreme Court nomination that has adhered to tradition — or courtesy.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
A new $64 billion business plan for California's planned high-speed rail system lacks important financial details, and calls for ending the first segment in a questionable rural area north of Bakersfield that has few amenities for travelers, California's independent legislative analyst said in a report today.
California further eased some water cutbacks today as a rainy March lessens the state's five-year drought.
Federal authorities say a California university student who wounded four fellow students in a November campus stabbing was inspired by ISIS, but acted alone.
Among the entrants and volunteers at Saturday’s Second Wind 5K, some will represent a local fitness group, the Warriors, that has grown from six friends to 83 members over little more than a year.
Robert Rasmeo “Bob” Mariscotti, 92, died on Sunday in Fresno of cardiac complications. He and his late wife, Helen, with their son, Chris, operated The Vineyard Restaurant in Madera.
Two thousand cheering spectators filled Madera South High School’s gymnasium on Friday, Saturday and Sunday to watch robots from 49 high schools joust on the basketball court, which had been transformed into