Proposed legislation to increase penalties on various forms of livestock theft passed the State Senate Tuesday with a unanimous vote and, barring any problems when it returns to the Assembly for consideratio
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
A popular campground in Coarsegold was victim to a daring heist over Labor Day, the Madera County Sheriff’s Office reported Tuesday, when an unknown number of robbers made off with more than $44,000 in cash
Two women sustained injuries after the driver of a Chevy Trailblazer pulled in front of a Ford Explorer that was moving at 50 mph, according to Madera Police officers.
Good progress was made overnight in the containment of the fourth-largest fire in California’s history, the U.S.
Madera Classic Cars showed up in force for the final Friday night Movies in the Park at the Allen Harkins amphitheater in Lions Town and Country Park.
The Madera Tribune will not publish a Monday edition of the newspaper and its business office will be closed Monday due to the Labor Day holiday.
Shelter group offers free pet services voucher