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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
The Latest: Destanee makes history at Australian Open
Destanee Aiava only had to hit a ball Monday to establish the first milestone at the 2017 Australian Open, becoming the first player born in this millennium to play a main draw match at a Grand Slam event. The 16-year-old Melbourne high school student got a wild-card entry to the season's first major.Central US Ice storm falls short of dire forecasts
A small berry bush is covered with ice in a Tulsa neighborhood, Saturday Jan. 14, 2017. Ice hangs from trees along a creek bed in North Tulsa, Saturday Jan. 14, 2017.Yuma's Most Wanted 1-16-17
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.Yuma Jaycees' 41st Annual Worthen Memorial Old Time Fiddlers' Contest
The Yuma Jaycees' 41st Annual Worthen Memorial Old Time Fiddlers' Contest took place this weekend at the group's clubhouse with competitors ranging in age from five to 90. Fiddlers from around the Yuma area, the region and even the nation gathered in Yuma for a competition that is the precursor to the Silver Spur Rodeo. Said to be one of the oldest competitors of this year's contest at 90-years-old, Les Tucker competes in the "Senior Senior" Division.Chandler police: Suspect arrested in Dec. 21 fatal shooting
They say 21-year-old Chris Anthony Vega was taken into custody Saturday night in Phoenix and booked into jail on suspicion of one count of first-degree murder.Austrian skier Scheyer wins downhill; Vonn 13th on return
Racing for the first time in 322 days, Lindsey Vonn had to settle for 13th place Sunday in an unusual women's World Cup downhill with an unexpected winner, Christine Scheyer of Austria. Not being able to push out of the start gate as usual, the American was more than half a second off the lead at the first split and finished 1.54 behind the Austrian.Yuma Police Department plans to cut back
Yuma Police Chief John Lekan has proposed to eliminate nine positions through attrition by the next fiscal year to cut back leading up to a possibly tighter budget. The reduction would result in a roughly $750,000 annual savings.Outdoors Column: Yuma has multiple shooting ranges for practice
With various hunt seasons opening now and in the near future, it's imperative to spend time practicing with your chosen firearm or bow and arrow. Our Yuma area is not without ideal locations and opportunities for that much-needed practice that includes Adair Park Shooting Range facility with ranges open to the public and located approximately 15 miles northeast of Yuma off Highway 95. For the bow hunter as well as other archers and always open to the public is the Foothills Archery Range, located east of Foothills Blvd. from south I-8 taking the south Frontage Road to Avenue 15E, south about a mile, then east to the range at the signs.Guest Column: Happy New Year, Happy New Yuma
It is truly an exciting time in Yuma County, Arizona, and it should be easy for us to stay positive for the next 12 months. Of course, we will have our challenges, such as the passage of Proposition 206, the minimum wage law, and what we all will need to do to maintain responsible profit margins.Woman pleads not guilty to framing husband's ex as stalker
A former Southern California woman has pleaded not guilty to charges that she framed her husband's ex-girlfriend, portraying her as a stalker who made death threats and set up a bizarre "rape fantasy" scheme. Prosecutors say last year, Diaz ran an ad on Craigslist steering men to her Anaheim home for consensual "rape fantasy" sex and claimed one man tried to rape her.Pima County Sheriff's Dept.: 3 arrested in December killing
The Pima County Sheriff's Department says investigators Friday arrested two men and a woman in the killing of 36-year-old Richard Jensen. The department said 35-year-old Aaron Heath and 28-year-old Joel Rodriguez were arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder while 26-year-old Jessica Rodriguez was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit first-degree murder.'Momma' charged with stealing teenage daughter at birth
Velma Aiken, the paternal grandmother of Kamiyah Mobley, who was kidnapped as an infant 18 years ago, gets a congratulatory hug from a family member after Mobley was found safe Friday, Jan. 13, 2017, in Jacksonville, Fla. This composite image made available by the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office in Jacksonville, Fla., shows a photo of Kamiyah Mobley, an infant baby girl who was kidnapped by a woman, seen in separate sketches first provided by police in 1998 during the initial search.Will Yuma fans follow team to Los Angeles?
The Chargers have a decent fan base in Yuma County. After all, Arizona didn't have a football team until 1988, when the Cardinals relocated to the state after 28 years in St. Louis.Klinsmann believes US Soccer made progress before his firing
Jurgen Klinsmann is proud of his half-decade in charge of the U.S. national team, and the coach believes he left successor Bruce Arena in a position to make the Americans even better. Klinsmann made his first public remarks since his firing when he spoke Friday at a convention of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America in downtown Los Angeles.U. S. citizen arrested at immigration checkpoint, is accused of having pot
Yuma Sector Border Patrol agents assigned to the Immigration checkpoint on Interstate 8 arrested a U.S. citizen Wednesday after finding more than 14 pounds of marijuana, valued at $7,000 hidden in one of the tires of his vehicle. A U.S. citizen was arrested Wednesday for allegedly attempting to take several pounds of marijuana through the U.S. Border Patrol Immigration checkpoint on Interstate 8. According to a news release from the Yuma Sector Border Patrol Public Affairs Office, after entering the checkpoint, which is east of Yuma, a narcotics-detection canine alerted to his vehicle.Deputies: Yuma woman shot husband in the face
A release from the Yuma County Sheriff's Office says deputies responded to a home near Interstate 8 and S. Foothills Drive Thursday morning to investigate a report of a shooting. Deputies say a woman told them she shot her 70-year-old husband in the face.Wife arrested after allegedly shooting husband in face
A 62-year-old Foothills woman has been arrested on pending charges, including attempted murder, after she allegedly shot her husband in the face following a verbal argument Thursday morning. Yuma County Sheriff's Office spokesman Alfonso Zavala said deputies responded to a home in the 11400 block of 39th Lane at approximately 8:42 a.m. in reference to a shooting.
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