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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
Yuma's draft 2018-19 budget mostly flat
Yuma's draft 2018-19 budget is mostly flat and does not call for an increase in the property tax rate, although the collection will be larger due to growth. Staff presented the budget to the City Council on Tuesday in the first of several work sessions that officials plan to have to review the budget.Spartak and Zenit fined in latest Russia fan racism cases
Spartak Moscow and Zenit St. Petersburg have both been fined for racist chants by their fans, the latest such incident in World Cup host nation Russia. Spartak's fans were accused of aiming monkey chants at FC Tosno player Nuno Rocha, who is black, while some Zenit supporters allegedly chanted a Nazi slogan during a league game.Gunman wounds 2 Dallas police officers, store employee
Dallas Police officers wait outside the entrance of the emergency room at Presbyterian Hospital, Tuesday, April 24, 2018, in Dallas, following a shooting at an area Home Depot where two police officers and a civilian were shot. The officers were critically wounded in the shooting, according to officials.Ex-Tempe judge pleads guilty to stabbing his wife last year
A former Tempe Municipal Court judge who stabbed his wife during a domestic violence incident at their Chandler home last year has pleaded guilty to aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Robinson was arrested by Chandler police last September and jailed on suspicion of 10 counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and one count of tampering with evidence.Man charged in armed robbery sentenced to prison
The man charged in connection to the armed robbery of a medical marijuana dispensary late last year was sentenced Tuesday morning in Yuma County Superior Court to time in prison and a term of probation. Under the terms of a plea agreement he pleaded guilty to in April, Luther Anthony Byers was sentenced by Superior Court Judge Stephen Rouff to five years in prison for attempted armed robbery, with credit for 156 days previously served.2nd person pleads guilty in Chicago-area food pantry theft
The Daily Herald reports William Crowley of Scottsdale, Arizona, pleaded guilty Monday to a reduced charge of theft of between $500 and $10,000. The 78-year-old former Illinois man was sentenced to 24 months of probation and ordered to repay the pantry.The Latest: Dad says 'incompetency' led to school shooting
In this Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018, file photo, a family reunites following a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. A commission tasked with investigating government actions surrounding the Florida high school massacre and the state's other mass shootings is set to hold its first meeting, Tuesday, April 24. FILE - In this Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018, file photo, a family reunites following a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.Bob Dorough of 'Schoolhouse Rock' is dead at 94
His son, Chris, says 94-year-old Bob Dorough died of natural causes Monday at his home in Mount Bethel, Pennsylvania. According to his biography, the jazz musician "set the multiplication tables to music" as musical director for the educational cartoon series between 1973 and 1985.Guilty plea set in planned attack on San Francisco Pier 39
A man who allegedly planned a Christmas Day bombing and shooting attack at San Francisco's Pier 39 is set to plead guilty in a federal case, though details weren't public Monday. It's unclear what he'll plead to because Lauren Horwood, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney's Office, said details of the plea agreement are not yet public.Atlanta attorney found guilty of murder in wife's shooting
Dani Jo Carter listens to the verdict Monday, April 23, 2018 as a jury finds Tex McIver guilty of murder and influencing witnesses on their fifth day of deliberations Monday, April 23, 2018 at the Fulton County Courthouse in Atlanta. After reading the verdict, Fulton County Chief Judge Robert McBurney hands it over for the jury foreman to read Monday, April 23, 2018 in Atlanta.Gunfire after arena football game leads to player's arrest
A National Arena League football player is accused of firing a gun in an arena parking lot as players confronted each other after a game in Columbus, Georgia. Florida's Jacksonville Sharks said in a statement there was an "altercation" between Sharks and Columbus Lions players outside the Columbus Civic Center Saturday night.Yuma County's Most Wanted 4-23-18
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.New lynching memorial evokes terror of victims
The lynchings that killed thousands of people and terrorized generations of blacks in the U.S. are solemnly commemorated in a new memorial in Alabama's capital city. **Warning: Graphic Images** In this Wednesday, April 18, 2018 photo, Kathy Thomas McFadden, pastor of Old Ship A.M.E. Zion Church, stands outside the church overlooking a new memorial to lynching victims in Montgomery, Ala.Man who snatched AR-15 from gunman: 'It was life or death'
Waffle House hero James Shaw, left, gets a standing ovation after speaking during a press conference Sunday, April 22, 2018, in Nashville, Tenn. Shaw wrestled the gun from the shooting suspect.Hundreds of South African soccer fans riot at game
A fire burns in the stands at the Moses Mabhida stedium in Durban, South Africa, Saturday, April 21, 2018, after violence broke out at a soccer game when hundreds of fans ripped up parts of the stadium, invaded the pitch, and assaulted at least one security guard. The incident occurred after the Kaizer Chiefs lost 2-0 to Free State Stars in the semifinals of the Nedbank Cup competition.Latest: Vigil held for woman killed in Southwest flight
The Latest on the memorial service for woman who died after an in-flight accident on a Southwest Airlines : New Mexico Lt. Gov. John Sanchez speaking at a memorial service for the Albuquerque woman who died after an in-flight accident on a Southwest Airlines plane described Jennifer Riordan as a "pillar of the community."The Latest: IndyCar Alabama race to be completed Monday
IndyCar officials called the race after a second lengthy rain delay. It will be completed Monday morning with a restart on Lap 23. The race had been scheduled for 90 laps with a two-hour limit because of the heavy rain that contributed to some spinouts.
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