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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
Former Arizona utility regulator indicted on bribery charges
A former Arizona utility regulator has been indicted on bribery and fraud charges in what prosecutors said was a scheme to funnel $31,000 in payments to him and arrange his purchase of a $350,000 property in exchange for favorable votes for a utility. Former Corporation Commissioner Gary Pierce, his wife Sherry Ann Pierce, utility owner George Harry Johnson and lobbyist James Franklin Norton were indicted Wednesday on eight federal charges.Charges: Sex traffickers took hundreds from Thailand to US
Hundreds of women were brought from Thailand to the U.S. and forced to be "modern day sex slaves," according to an indictment unsealed Thursday that charges high-level members of what authorities called a sophisticated sex-trafficking ring that concealed millions of dollars in earnings. The indictment brings the total number of people charged to 38, making it one of the largest sex-trafficking prosecutions in the U.S., said Acting U.S. Attorney Gregory Brooker.Suspect killed, deputy wounded in shooting near Los Angeles
A gunbattle during a traffic stop near Los Angeles left a suspect dead and a sheriff's deputy wounded, authorities said Thursday. A man in the backseat of a sedan suddenly opened fire on two deputies shortly after they pulled over the car for traffic violations late Wednesday in Compton, officials said.US: Uzbek man serving sentence in terror plot stabbed warden
An Uzbek refugee serving 25 years behind bars for a plot to kill U.S. military personnel or civilians has been charged with stabbing the warden at the California federal prison where he was serving his sentence, prosecutors said Thursday. Fazliddin Kurbanov, 34, was indicted Wednesday on charges that included attempted murder of a federal officer.Bode Miller off US ski roster; Olympic spot uncertain
Bode Miller's name no longer appears on the roster of the U.S. ski team. That doesn't mean he's retiring or won't ever race again or that his chances of making a sixth Olympic squad have ended.Phoenix police: Body found in canal; cause of death unknown
Phoenix police say they don't immediately know the cause of death of a man whose body was found in a canal on the city's west side. Sgt. Mercedes Fortune says the body had no obvious signs of trauma and that an autopsy will be conducted to determine the cause of death.GOP candidate charged with misdemeanor assault of reporter
Republican candidate for Montana's only U.S. House seat, Greg Gianforte, sits in a vehicle near a Discovery Drive building Wednesday, May 24, 2017, in Bozeman, Mont. A reporter said Gianforte "body-slammed" him Wednesday, the day before the special election.Unusual mass attack injures 8 California guards, 7 inmates
In a brawl that officials say was extreme even by the violent standard of California prisons, correctional officers had to open fire to stop a melee that sent eight guards and seven inmates to hospitals. Pelican Bay State Prison guards in three gun towers fired 19 rifle bullets and three hard foam rounds to stop large groups of prisoners from attacking other correctional officers Wednesday.Truck fire closes lanes of Interstate 10 in west Phoenix
Arizona Department of Transportation officials say the 51st Avenue exit ramp also is closed by the truck fire that occurred Wednesday evening.Forecasters: Pacific hurricane season depends on El Nino
Forecasters say the central Pacific region around Hawaii can expect a normal or slightly above-average hurricane season, depending largely on the presence of El Nino conditions. Chris Brenchley, director of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Central Pacific Hurricane Center, said at a news conference Wednesday that the region can expect anywhere from five to eight tropical cyclones from June through November.Prosecutor seeks special grand jury to probe inmate's death
In this Friday May 6, 2016 file photo, Sonia Adams holds the program for her son Jamycheal Mitchell's funeral while her sister Roxanne Adams stands behind her in Portsmouth Va. A prosecutor called for a special grand jury to be convened in the case of Mitchell, a mentally ill inmate who died after being jailed on charges of stealing $5 worth of junk food.Dog stuck on 400-foot cliff rescued by cop using ropes
In this May 23, 3017, photo provided by New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, New York State Parks Police Officer Ryan Clancy, escorts "Skippy" just after using a harness and ropes to rescue the dog in Letchworth State Park, near Mount Morris, N.Y. Skippy was stranded about half-way down a 400-cliff in the Genesee River gorge. FILE - In this June 21, 2006, file photo, a message is seen painted on a rock wall overlooking Letchworth State Park in Castile, N.Y. A dog stuck about half-way down a 400-foot cliff in the park was rescued on May 22, 2017, by a police officer who had to use ropes to reach the stranded canine.Hunt begins for 12th juror in Bill Cosby's sex assault trial
Bill Cosby, right, leaves after attending the second day of jury selection in his sexual assault case at the Allegheny County Courthouse, Tuesday, May 23, 2017, in Pittsburgh. The case is set for trial June 5 in suburban Philadelphia.Man pleads not guilty in deadly Iowa jail escape
In this May 10, 2017, file photo, Wesley Correa-Carmenaty is led into the Woodbury County Jail in Sioux City, Iowa. Correa-Carmenaty has pleaded not guilty to charges that he killed a sheriff's deputy and wounded another while escaping from an Iowa jail.Strong storms, tornadoes possible in parts of Deep South
Trees lie in the front yard of a home after a severe storm passed through the area causing heavy damage to several houses Tuesday evening, May 23, 2017, in Wilmington Island, Ga. The threat of flooding continues across several southern states as heavy rain soaked the area and prompted new flood watches in the Carolinas while a massive storm system swept eastward.A gunshot and a child is dead: Should anyone be punished?
Yuma Rotary Club President Melissa Short talks to the crowd at Monday night's 2017 Yuma Sun/Yuma Rotary Club Sports Foundation All Region Sports Banquet at Yuma Civic Center. During her talk, Short announced that Yuma Rotary Club is offering a $40,000 scholarship to a graduating high school senior.
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