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Tax Expert Provides End Of The Year Tax Tips


There are only a few days left in 2013, but tax expert Marshall Mennenga of Mennenga Tax and Financial Service says there are some steps people can take before 2014 arrives to not only lower their tax bill, but help others at the same time. He suggests contributions to charitable organizations.   Mennenga says keeping good records of deductible expenses ... Read More »

City Of Yuma Provides Christmas Tree Drop Off-Site


The City of Yuma will again offer a drop-off site for those who wish to safely dispose of their natural Christmas trees. Christmas Tree recycling will begin today at 265 West 13th Street. Hours for the Christmas Tree Recycling Program are from 7am-to-5pm today and Friday and 7am-to-5pm December 30th through January 3rd, 2014 and again during those same hours ... Read More »

Search Continues For Missing Hiker Near Sedona


Crews in northern Arizona continue to search for a hiker missing since last week near Sedona. Coconino County sheriff's officials say 22-year-old Thomas Lang was last seen December 18th at the Manzanita Campground in Oak Creek Canyon. Lang was carrying a sleeping bag, guitar and a backpack but did not take a cellphone or food. His family says he had ... Read More »

Think Tank Threatens Action Over Tuscon Ordinance


  A Phoenix-based think tank is accusing the city of Tucson of violating state law with an ordinance aimed at helping local businesses. The Arizona Daily Star reports the Goldwater Institute is threatening legal action if the city does not repeal the ordinance, which allows contracts to be awarded to local companies even if those businesses are not the lowest ... Read More »

Yuma County DUI Enforcement Through The New Year


As part of the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office ongoing traffic safety campaign, they will be conducting a DUI enforcement detail through January 5th 2014 in an effort to detect, stop and arrest alcohol and drug-impaired drivers. Not only will Sheriff’s deputies be increasing patrols throughout Yuma County, but they will also be targeting areas with a high rate of recurrence ... Read More »

One Person Dead In Roll Over Accident


One person was killed in an accident between Winterhaven and the Interstate-Eight rest stop. The California Highway Patrol says 74 year old Alberto Montereo Martinez of Somerton was traveling eastbound on Interstate 8 Sunday morning, when his vehicle traveled into the median. He apparently tried to come back onto the freeway and overcorrected the vehicle, causing him to lose control ... Read More »

Wellton Border Patrol Agents Arrest 15 Men; Seize 13 Bundle Of Marijuana


United States Border Patrol agents from the Wellton Station seized 13 bundles of marijuana and arrested 15 men near Gila Bend Friday. Agents patrolling near Sentinel observed a large group of people walking towards Interstate 8. Agents and an Office of Air and Marine helicopter responded to the area, locating 13 bundles of marijuana and apprehending 15 Mexican nationals whom ... Read More »

San Luis Christmas Parade Winners Announced


The winners of the Fifth Annual San Luis Christmas Parade have been announced. Harvest Preparatory School won first place in the float category, Desert View Elementary School took first place in the open category and the Los Arenosos Club took first place in the vehicle category. Each of the winners were awarded a plaque to commend their accomplishments. Read More »

Yuma Police Remind Everyone To Enjoy New Year’s Safe And Responsibly


The Yuma Police Department wants everyone to bring in the New Year safely and responsibly. They will be conducting an impaired driving enforcement detail on New Year’s Eve. There will be additional officers working at various times to detect and apprehend impaired drivers. A significant number of fatal accidents in Arizona involve impaired drivers and holiday weekends tend to result ... Read More »

Yuma Police Remind The Community That Discharging Fire Arms Into The Air During New Year’s Eve Is Illegal


Every New Year’s Eve the Yuma Police Department responds to numerous reports of “shots fired” within the city limits. Some people discharge a firearm into the air to bring in the New Year. The Yuma Police Department would like to remind the community this is a felony offense and encourage anyone that witnesses this type of criminal activity to call ... Read More »

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