Before the construction of that long, ever-widening ribbon of asphalt and concrete through Madera known as “the freeway” travelers went through town on F Street, now Gateway Drive.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
A Madera man and admitted gang member was sentenced to 35 years to life Friday after he was convicted last month of attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon.
As Martha Tessmer had family and friends visit her on the sixth anniversary of the death of her son, Donovan, Road & Track Magazine featured his car accident.
In conjunction with North American Traffic Seminars, Martha Tessmer shares the story of her son’s death at Experience in Reality, a diversion program for first-time teen driving offenders.
SACRAMENTO (AP) — California inmates who contracted a potentially fatal illness known as valley fever are suing state officials for lifetime medical care, including coverage for drugs that their attorney sai
Advocate group: New approaches needed to fight summer hunger
The next move in a long-running dispute between three factions claiming leadership over the Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians is back in the hands of federal officials.