A Madera woman who was a contestant on the television game show “The Price Is Right” can finally tell her friends and family what she won after two months of silence.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Three gang members that allegedly murdered a 17-year-old in a drive-by shooting two years ago had their trial dates set Thursday in Madera County Superior Court.
Madera District Fair CEO Scott Sample announced his retirement Thursday after nearly 20 years spent renovating the fairgrounds experience, both for guests and the balance books.
For the second time in two weeks, Caltrans will close State Route 99 in both directions at Avenue 12 as part of further improvements to the area’s interchange.
Madera County Sheriff Jay Varney has been named the 2014 Citizen of the Year by the Chowchilla District Chamber of Commerce.
A 13-year-old girl fended off apparent kidnappers in the Madera Ranchos after one grabbed her and attempted to force her into a van less than a half mile from Ranchos Middle School, Sheriff’s Lt.
No country is safe from human trafficking, the second most profitable illegal business next to drugs. It rakes in $32 billion every year globally.