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C-Section Births Popular Despite Health Effects


Most doctors agree that a traditional birth is almost always better than Cesarean, but there has still been a nationwide increase in C-sections in recent years – with rates varying from hospital to hospital, according to new research published in a health journal.   Obstetrician Amy Bingaman says women who request a C-section need to understand the side effects.  First, ... Read More »

AZ House Approves Amendment To Residential Landlord – Tenant Act


The Arizona House has given final approval to a bill requiring landlords to notify tenants when their property enters foreclosure.  House Bill 2281 amends the Arizona Residential Landlord and Tenant Act to require the owner to provide written notice to tenants within five business days of receiving a formal notice of trustee's sale.   The law previously only required notice ... Read More »

Yuma’s Calling


The Yuma Visitor’s Bureau is organizing a one-day sales blitz to reach out to tour operators, meeting planners and organizations.  The event will be held on Tuesday, April 30th at the Palms RV Resort.  The Executive Director of the Yuma Visitors Bureau Linda Jordan says it is important for the entire Yuma economy when a large group decides to use ... Read More »

DuVal Announces Plan To Run For Governor


Former Arizona Board of Regents member Fred DuVal is now officially seeking the Democratic nomination for governor. Wednesday's announcement comes about two months after DuVal announced the creation of a formal exploration committee.  Since then, he has collected a large number of endorsements from prominent Democrats.  Democratic Representative Chad Campbell has also signaled interest.  He is the House minority leader. ... Read More »

Yuma Police Investigate String Of Possibly Related Robberies


The Yuma Police Department is investigating the armed robbery or attempted armed robbery of three separate businesses, which occurred on Tuesday night.  The first attempted robbery occurred at Tacos Mi Rancho at 188 South Fourth Avenue.  The subject was frightened off by an employee of the business as he attempted to enter a side door, and was last seen running ... Read More »

Woman Arrested After Traffic Stop Reveals 28 Grams Of Meth


The Yuma Police Department says one person is under arrest following a traffic stop early this morning.  Police say officers stopped a Dodge pickup truck on East 24th Street for a civil traffic violation.  Police identified the driver as Kelly Ann Oliver.  A canine team from the United States Border Patrol were called in.  The team identified illegal drugs inside ... Read More »

Law Enforcement Special Olympics Torch Run To Pass Through Yuma Today


This year’s Law Enforcement Special Olympics Torch Run will take place today, with the opening ceremony to begin at the United States/Mexico border in San Luis.  The torch will be turned over to the San Luis Police Department from Mexican authorities around 8am.  The trail will take the torch through San Luis, Somerton, the Cocopah Casino, Yuma and the Quartermaster ... Read More »

Be Prepared This Hiking Season


Hiking season is in full swing in Arizona's high country, and professional hiking guide Roger Jenkins says plan now to prevent problems.  He advises putting together a permanent "hiking kit," with ten essentials that can be used for day hikes or multi-day adventures.   Start with a first-aid kit, because Jenkins has found that if you hike enough, eventually someone ... Read More »

San Luis Man Still Missing After Trip To Mexico


The family of a man missing from San Luis is hopeful he will soon turn up.  27-year-old Jesus Enrique Juarez Aguayo was reported missing last week after not returning from a supposed trip to San Luis Rio Colorado, Mexico.  KYMA TV spoke with his brother Ricky Juarez, who has hopes Aguayo is still alive. If you have seen Juarez-Aguayo or ... Read More »

Border Patrol Agents Track Down Smugglers To Make Drug Bust


United States Border Patrol agents from Yuma Sector’s Wellton Station arrested eight drug smugglers south of the Palomas exit off Interstate-Eight Monday.   Agents discovered footprints and tracked them for about a half mile until they came upon a group of backpackers hiding in heavy brush with 355 pounds of marijuana.  The group, six Mexican nationals and two Honduran nationals, ... Read More »

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