A lit cigarette is thought to be the cause of a fire that partially damaged a home on the northeast corner of Ellis and Lake streets and injured a man, according to authorities.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Stories that brought laughter and tears to a reverent audience were part of a ceremony at the Henry Madden Library of Fresno State University on Wednesday to accept the stories of 34 Central Valley veterans
The playground at James Monroe Elementary School was filled with hundreds of students from all grades Thursday for the school’s annual Relay For Life held to raise funds to fight cancer and add to the total
Every seven minutes a child is bullied in the U.S., according to national statistics.
A Madera Superior Court judge has agreed that two 15-year-olds charged with the murder of a 16-year-old boy during a gang shooting last month were properly charged as adults.
Twenty-nine teachers have been given a reprieve from layoff notices they received from Madera Unified in March, but pink slips for 34 certificated employees remain in effect, including that of one of the dis
Health officials hope to post restaurant safety inspection reports on web by end of the year