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Yuma is located in the southwestern corner of Arizona in the Sonoran Desert. It was a major Colorado River crossing for California gold seekers during the California Gold Rush. The area was first known as Colorado City, then Arizona City, and finally Yuma in 1873. It was named after the Yumas, who were the original inhabitants of the area. The Yumas were a combination of the Quechan, Cocopahs, and Mohave tribes in the lower Colorado Region. It is home to CNN Anchor Lou Dobbs and Mexican-American labor/civil rights activist Cesar Chavez.
Local Newspapers: Bajo El Sol (Hispanic) Desert Warrior Yuma Daily Sun
Local Sports Teams: Yuma Scorpions (minor league baseball)
Local Colleges: Northern Arizona University has a branch in Yuma
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Towns/Cities near yuma, arizona : Somerton Fortuna Foothills Wellton
Wayne Huizenga, who built his fortune from trash, dies at 80
This Sept. 29, 1994, file photo shows Blockbuster Entertainment Corp. chairman H. Wayne Huizenga and his wife Marti greeting stockholders after a meeting in Ft.NFL players to take on criminal justice issues at Harvard
New England Patriot Devin McCourty says the controversy over protests during the national anthem at NFL games last season helped propel issues of racial and social injustice to the forefront of the national conversation. McCourty told The Associated Press on Friday that the players were able to capitalize on the media attention over the protests to get issues they care about in the spotlight.Police looking for 3 vehicles after wrestler killed in crash
Illinois State Police are searching for three vehicles they say were driven away after a University of Illinois wrestler was killed in a hit-and-run along Interstate 57. The News-Gazette reports Capt. Louis Kink said Thursday that a green car, a white SUV and a third vehicle without a description were driven away Wednesday night without any occupants speaking to police.Mercedes: F1 teams need to work together to avoid split
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff said Friday that Formula One teams have a responsibility to try to overcome their differences over the future of the sport in the face of a threat by Ferrari to quit because of a number of proposed changes. Bernie Ecclestone, who ran F1 for 40 years before being replaced by new owners Liberty Media last year, has raised the possibility that Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne could walk away from F1 and form a breakaway series over Liberty's future vision for the sport.Special Olympics recognizes Yuma officer
The Yuma Police Department, and in particular one officer, received special recognition on Wednesday during the city council's regular meeting. Deputy Mayor Gary Knight and Chief John Lekan, along with Lisa Ball, director of the River Area Special Olympic Arizona, presented Officer Cory Williams with an award recognizing the police department for being a top fundraiser in the state.Special Olympics recognizes Yuma officer at City Council meeting
The Yuma Police Department, and in particular one officer, received special recognition on Wednesday during the city council's regular meeting. Deputy Mayor Gary Knight and Chief John Lekan, along with Lisa Ball, director of the River Area Special Olympic Arizona, presented Officer Cory Williams with an award recognizing the police department for being a top fundraiser in the state.Yuma County's Most Wanted 3-19-18
As a public service, the Yuma Sun is publishing the names and photographs of the following people sought by the Yuma County Adult Probation Department or the U.S. Marshals Service as probation absconders. If you have information that would lead to the arrest of any of them, call surveillance officer Frank Silva at 373-1690.Thumbs up, down from the Yuma Sun
It's time for some resolution on this issue. a Thumbs up to Yuma County Supervisor Russell McCloud and Wellton Mayor Cecelia McCullough, who were recently selected as Flinn-Brown Fellows, a statewide civil leadership academy! Congrats! a Thumbs up to the Cocopah Indian Tribe, which recently planted more than 300 cottonwood, willow and mesquite trees to help replace the invasive salt cedar trees.Preliminary hearing rescheduled for ex Yuma cop
Thursday's preliminary hearing for a former Yuma police officer who has been charged in an alleged sexual assault while off-duty in San Diego in September has been rescheduled, according to a San Diego County District Attorney's Office spokeswoman. Public Affairs Officer Tanya Sierra explained that the reason Jared Elkins' hearing -- which was to be held in the downtown Superior Courthouse -- didn't happen was that it was vacated and rescheduled for 8:30 a.m. on March 29. A preliminary hearing is best described as a "trial before the trial" at which the judge decides, not whether the defendant is "guilty" or "not guilty," but whether there is enough evidence for the case to proceed to trial.BP officials: MS-503 gang member is arrested here
After receiving a call for assistance at a local park on Monday morning, Yuma Sector Border Patrol agents arrested a man belonging to the Mara Salvatrucha-503 Gang, officials with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection said. According to a U.S. Customs and Border Protection news release, at approximately 6:30 a.m. Yuma Station agents responded to the call at Carver Park from the Yuma Police Department.Yuma Elks represented
The Yuma Elks Lodge was represented by Taj Deloney during the Elks State Championship free throw contest held recently in Apache Junction. Deloney placed first with 25 out 25 attempts and went on to the regional championship in Las Vegas where he placed second.Yuma's water rights must be protected
The Colorado River is managed under "numerous compacts, federal laws, court decisions and decrees, contracts and regulatory guidelines," which collectively are known as the "Law of the River," according to the Arizona Department of Water Resources website. Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming and Arizona, California and Nevada each have water rights to some degree from the Colorado River, as does Mexico.San Luis officer on leave following accident
A San Luis police officer is on leave during an investigation into an accident he had with a patrol car in the city. Luis Marquez was placed on administrative leave with pay on March 9, one day after the non-injury accident occurred, San Luis Police Lt.Pac-12: End one-and-done, give players more access to agents
A Pac-12 task force on reforming college basketball is recommending an end to the NBA's one-and-done rule, allowing players to return to school even after they are drafted, and that the NCAA facilitate access to agents for high school players. The Pac-12 announced the recommendations from its task force on Tuesday , and its report has been sent to the NCAA's commission on college basketball, headed by former Secretary of State and Stanford University Provost Condoleezza Rice.Paul Posluszny retires after 11 seasons with Jaguars, Bills
Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Paul Posluszny, the second-leading tackler in franchise history, is retiring from the NFL after 11 seasons. The 33-year-old Posluszny announced his decision in a letter to fans Tuesday, one day before he was scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent.The Latest: Light snow, violent winds lash Cape Cod
Back Creek is seen off Old Mill Road in Roanoke, Va., surrounded by snow covered trees Monday, March 12, 2018. David Osgood, crew leader of the public works dept., fills the bucket of a front-end loader with "Ice-B-Gone," Monday, March 12, 2018, in Freeport, Maine.Bizarre battle over body of Charles Manson won by grandson
This Aug. 14, 2017, file photo provided by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation shows Charles Manson. A Kern County Superior Court commissioner ruled Monday, March 12, 2018, that Jason Freeman of Florida can collect the remains of Charles Manson from the morgue in Bakersfield, Calif.
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