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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.

Population: 93064
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

Zip Codes associated with yuma, arizona: 85364 85365
Towns/Cities near yuma, arizona : Somerton Fortuna Foothills Wellton

Yuma News
Florence shows how storm coverage is politicized

This combination photo shows Donald Trump Jr., the son of President Donald Trump at the annual White House Easter Egg Roll at the White House in Washington on April 2, 2018, left, and CNN news anchor Anderson Cooper at the Turner Networks 2018 Upfront in New York on May 16, 2018. Trump Jr.'s attack tweet this week showing CNN's Anderson Cooper waist-deep in flood waters has driven home the point that politics _ not just weather _ was an important subtext of the media's coverage of Hurricane Florence.

8 home security hacks recommended by police

Did you know that many police departments have a community affairs officer whose primary goal is to build a strong working relationship with the community? That means you have access to a trained safety expert who wants to give you ideas to keep your home and neighborhood safe. When was the last time you changed the locks? How many previous owners have there been and how many keys have been given out to neighbors, friends, family or delivery people? You never know who has a second copy, and for less than $100 at Home Depot, you can change your locks immediately.

Spend $20 on Thursday to help Yuma thrive

It's the 10th annual $20 on the 20th Shop Yuma campaign, which encourages readers to spend $20 at a local business on the Sept. 20th ... which just happens to be this Thursday! Small businesses face a variety of challenges.

In nick of time, volunteer saves dog leashed to moving truck

A volunteer for an Arizona sheriff's office has probably saved the life of a dog that was tied to a semitrailer truck as it pulled out of a parking lot. The Yavapai County Sheriff's Office says on its Facebook page that the patrol volunteer was at a gas station in Ash Fork this month when he saw the semitruck starting to leave with a dog leashed to the bumper.

Guest Column: Government grounds for gobbledygook

Despite a 2010 law that requires federal agencies to describe rules and regulations in plain language, most government writing is STILL unintelligible. I met with my federal-bureaucrat mole, Deep Gibberish - and his interpreter - for answers.

Newcomers bring decaying Kentucky distillery back to life

The whiskey quit flowing decades ago from a landmark Kentucky distillery housed in a picturesque castle. Nearly a half-century of neglect reduced the one-time tourist draw to a decaying relic.

The Latest: Moon, Kim to visit volcano considered sacred

South Korean President Moon Jae-in, left, and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un clap hands during a joint press conference at the Paekhwawon State Guesthouse in Pyongyang, North Korea, Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018.

Corporation commission candidate visits Yuma

Rodney Glassman, candidate for the Arizona Corporation Commission, speaks with Mike Mitchell, president of the Yuma Rotary Club, on Tuesday. Glassman visited Yuma to speak with the business community and talk to club members about literacy.

Desert Gardener: Flowers, vegetables thrive during Yuma's winter weather

Amending your garden's soil before planting is an important step in having a successful garden. Adding organic material and fertilizer provides nutrients to your vegetable plants so they grow strong and produce well.

Feds plan funding boost to fight assaults on Native women

This file combination of images from various law enforcement agencies and organizations shows posters of missing and murdered Native American women and girls as of September 2018. No one knows precisely how many there are because authorities don't have reliable statistics.

Family Focus: Who is your hero?

Who is your hero? Is it a fictional hero, a superhero, or a real person? Do you look up to someone as a great example in life? Everyone likes to hear the great stories of important people and why we consider some of them our heroes. Some of these people may be your family members, others may be coworkers, friends, or even celebrities.

Steelers plan to talk to Brown about social media usage

Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin meets with reporters after an NFL football game against the Kansas City Chiefs in Pittsburgh, Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018.

Latest: Suspect in golfer's slaying has history of violence

In this Sept. 7, 2017, photo provided by Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, golfer Celia Barquin Arozamena poses for a photo.

Infant suffers life-threatening injuries in Yuma collision

A 6-month-old infant was injured Monday night in a car crash in the intersection of 24th Street and Avenue A in Yuma. Infant suffers life-threatening injuries in Yuma collision A 6-month-old infant was injured Monday night in a car crash in the intersection of 24th Street and Avenue A in Yuma.

Deputy killed, second wounded in Northern California

Police vehicles block streets some distance away from there two Sacramento County sheriff's deputies and a bystander were shot during an incident in Rancho Cordova, Calif., just outside Sacramento, Monday, Sept. 17, 2018.

Man charged in case of wife shot in the head

Mark Antonio Villicana is escorted from the courtroom Monday afternoon by a Yuma County Sheriff's Office Adult Detention Center officer after appearing before Justice of the Peace Gregory Stewart. The 40-year-old Foothills man who reportedly admitting to shooting his wife in the back of the head last week was charged with four felony offenses in Yuma Justice Court Monday afternoon.

Man with $97K in meth arrested

Wellton Station Border Patrol agents assigned to the Interstate 8 Immigration Checkpoint arrested a 24-year-old Mexican man Sunday after finding 29 packages of methamphetamine in the trunk of the Chevrolet Malibu he was driving. Wellton Station Border Patrol agents assigned to the Interstate 8 Immigration Checkpoint arrested a 24-year-old Mexican man Sunday after finding 29 packages of methamphetamine in the trunk of the Chevrolet Malibu he was driving.

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