Sheriff John Anderson is warning consumers about accepting overpayments when selling items via the Internet after a local dodged an attempt at fraud.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Guests at this year’s Madera Community Hospital Foundation’s annual dinner dance will dance and dine in prom attire representative of their high school glory days, organizers announced this week.
A notice of default sent to the California High-Speed Rail Authority this week claimed the authority hasn’t held up its side of the bargain in a settlement with four Central Valley farming groups.
Concerns that developed in the Feb. 12 meeting of Madera Unified School trustees, resulting in an investigation of three school board members, are now dead.
Around 1,000 marijuana plants, a small amount of methamphetamine and two weapons were seized by authorities in three Chowchilla cul-de-sac homes Wednesday.
SACRAMENTO — The Democratic candidate for a hotly contested state Senate seat in the San Joaquin Valley has conceded, even with nearly 9,500 ballots remaining to be counted.
FRESNO (AP) — A judge has denied a prosecutor’s request to remove Fresno Fire Chief Rob Brown from his home as the domestic violence case against the chief continues.