Madera South cheer and dance advisor Tammi Britton likes to keep her cheerleaders busy and helping in the community. She thinks it is a great lesson to learn to give back at every opportunity.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed a tribal-state compact Thursday with the Wiyot Indians.
Madera police and other state and federal law enforcement officers made arrests late Thursday morning of suspects in a purported prostitution ring at 1000 Tulare St.
A semitrailer truck hauling corn mash to a local dairy overturned on State Route 99 at the SR 152 interchange, blocking lanes and snarling traffic, according to the California Highway Patrol.
After years of searching out the nation’s most celebrated trails to California, retired teacher Ed Gwartney blazed one more this week.
Collection of a fee rural California homeowners were supposed to pay for firefighting service is being postponed as the state Board of Equalization (BOE) awaits a court decision on its constitutionality.
FRESNO (AP) — A California Highway Patrol assistant chief has been charged with felony accessory and conspiracy in connection with helping his son — a convicted rapist — flee the country to Mexico.