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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
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.Driver killed, Texas students hurt in Disney trip bus plunge
This photo provided by Jesus Tejada shows first responders searching around a bus that plunged into a ravine, Tuesday, March 13, 2018 on Interstate 10, Loxley, Ala. Several people were on board, and all of them were brought to 10 hospitals in Alabama and Florida, either by helicopter or ambulance, said Baldwin County Sheriff Huey Hoss Mack.Greek prosecutor to probe armed PAOK owner
PAOK owner, businessman Ivan Savvidis, second from left, approaches AEK Athens' Manager Operation Department Vassilis Dimitriadis, center, as his bodyguard and PAOK's players Fernando Varela, second from right, and Djalma Campos, right, try to stop him during a Greek League soccer match between PAOK and AEK Athens in the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki, Sunday, March 11, 2018. A disputed goal at the end of the Greek league match led to a pitch invasion by Savvidis, who appeared to be carrying a gun.The Latest: UN Mideast envoy condemns attack on Pals PM
In a statement, Nickolay Mladenov called for a prompt investigation into what he called a "grave incident" so the perpetrators can be brought to justice. He says that until the "legitimate" Palestinian Authority takes power in Gaza, the Hamas militant group is responsible for enabling the internationally backed government to work without fear of intimidation, harassment and violence.How AP's investigation into childhood sex assault took shape
The Pentagon says it does not know how often the children of service members sexually assault one another on military bases. To answer that question, The Associated Press filed dozens of Freedom of Information Act requests with the main law enforcement agencies for the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines, as well as with the Pentagon school system that educates elementary and secondary students on installations worldwide.Border agents in Arizona arrest Guatemalan with gang history
The Border Patrol says its agents in southern Arizona have arrested a Guatemalan man with a criminal gang history in California. The agency said Monday the arrest of 30-year-old Mario Charles-Pablo was made Saturday night outside the Arizona community of Vamori, close to the U.S.-Mexico border.PETA criticizes Yuma's Camel Farm
A longtime Yuma zoo has come under fire from PETA for what the animal rights group says is chronic neglect of its animals' need for shelter, veterinary care and other basic needs, including overgrown hooves and lack of protective shade structures. The national organization, officially known as People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, said in a press release Monday it was reiterating a call for the Arizona Game and Fish Department to not renew the agency's zoo license, originally communicated to the agency on Jan. 9. "What was really alarming to us at PETA were the extremely lengthy USDA inspection reports, and the type of violations that the Camel Farm was being cited for repeatedly.Somerton woman dies in car accident
Maryah Gonzalez, 19, was driving a white 2003 Kia sedan, traveling northbound on Somerton Avenue approaching County 8th Street. According to YCSO, Gonzales failed to negotiate the curve, and ran off the left side of the road.Austin package bombs might be linked to other deadly attack
One person was killed and a second was injured when a package exploded at a home in Austin Monday. Police say the incident is linked to an earlier explosion.Ex-student gets probation program in body fluids case
In this Nov. 21, 2017, file photo, Brianna Brochu, accused of contaminating her black roommate's belongings at the University of Hartford, addresses the court during a hearing in Hartford, Conn. Brochu, accused of smearing body fluids on her black roommate's belongings, is set to go before a judge Monday, March 12, 2018, for a hearing on her request for a probation program.Phoenix police ID man who was fatally shot after argument
They say 23-year-old Joseph Long King was pronounced dead at the scene of the shooting shortly before midnight Friday. Police say King had been loudly arguing with a woman in a car and a 29-year-old man and his wife felt compelled to help her.Yuma's Most Wanted 3-12-18
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.Bobbi Kristina Brown's ex accused of striking his girlfriend
This file photo provided by the Sanford Police Department shows Nick Gordon. The ex-partner of Bobbi Kristina Brown has been arrested.Mural fever: Group seeks to commission 12 new works in Yuma
The NexGen Arts Committee is searching for artists, businesses and sponsors for their Mural-A-Month project. Ultimately, the committee hopes to create 12 murals by the end of the year in Yuma.Correction: School Shooting-Florida story
In a story March 11 about the NRA lawsuit following new sweeping gun reform in Florida, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the voting age is 21. It is 18. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - The political and legal fallout from Florida Gov. Rick Scott's decision to sign a sweeping gun bill into law following a school massacre was nearly immediate as the National Rifle Association filed a lawsuit to stop it and political candidates in both parties criticized it.$1 bond for Arizona woman accused of trying to poison spouse
A $1 million cash bond has been set for a Cave Creek woman accused of attempted murder for allegedly using anti-freeze to poison her husband last year.Shooter had sought healing from California vets center
When Albert Wong returned from an Army deployment in Afghanistan in 2013, he knew it had affected him. He had trouble adjusting to regular life, couldn't sleep at night and was hyper-vigilant about his surroundings.
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