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Accident At 16th Street And Pacific Ave. After Driver Runs Red Light


The Yuma Police Department says no major injuries were reported following a rush hour accident at the corner of Fourth Avenue and 16th Street Thursday.  Police say a 51-year-old male, driving westbound on 16th Street in a blue Honda Odyssey van, failed to stop for a red light at Pacific Avenue and collided with a white 2003 Ford F-150 truck ... Read More »

Sex Offender Has New Address In Yuma


The Yuma County Sheriff’s Office would like to notify the community that 70-year-old Jack Miller Brown Junior is now residing at 10318 East Compadre Place in Yuma.  He is a convicted sex offender.  He was arrested and charged in Utah in 2003 for Sexual Exploitation of a Minor.  He is described as standing 6’ tall, weighing 180-pounds, with gray hair ... Read More »

City Gives Tribal Donations To Yuma Nonprofit Groups


The City of Yuma is sending money over to several nonprofit agencies who are helping soaring numbers of Yuma residents in need.  City Administrator Greg Wilkinson, along with Quechan Vice-President Ronda Aguerro and Council Member Michael J.V. Jack, turned over $10,000 each to Amberly’s Place, the Crossroads Mission and the Yuma Community Food Bank at a small presentation ceremony Thursday.  ... Read More »

YRMC Expansion Project Set To Begin


A multi-million-dollar expansion is set to begin at Yuma Regional Medical Center.  The hospital outlined their plans to construct a new and updated Emergency Center along with several other projects.  Some of the construction will involve demolition and moving around certain departments and will also affect parking and how the public will enter the building.  The Vice President of Marketing ... Read More »

Knowledge Of CPR Could Save A Life


Learning "Hands-Only CPR" is very easy, and could well put you in a position to save someone’s life – possibly that of a family member.   Katie Connolly, a CPR manager for the American Heart Association, says 80 percent of sudden cardiac arrests happen away from the hospital, most likely at home.   Connolly says after you make the call ... Read More »

Cheer On Your Favorite Performer Tonight At The Texaco Country Showdown Finals


The Yuma finals of the Texaco Country Showdown are set for tonight.  The event, presented by Yuma Pest, One Hour Air Conditioning and Heating and our sister station, Today’s Best Country 95.1 KTTI, will be held at the Cocopah Casino and Resort.  Three acts from the prior preliminary rounds will perform – our first round qualifier Victoria Moreno – second ... Read More »

AWC Football Schedule Released


Arizona Western College has announced that the 2013 AWC Football schedule has been released, featuring five home games and four road games as part of a revamped regular season schedule.   The Matadors’ regular season schedule will now open with Western States Football League play immediately in late August, and end in mid-October to accommodate the WSFL’s new playoff format ... Read More »

Yuma Man Faces Attempted Murder Charges After Fight Earlier This Month


The Yuma County Sheriff’s Office says three persons are in custody in connection with a fight at an area levee earlier this month.  Police also say they are seeking two persons of interest in the case.  Those arrested following the execution of a search warrant at a location in the 900 block of West Solona Drive Wednesday morning include 21-year-old ... Read More »

Suspicious Suitcase Causes Gas Station Evacuation


The Yuma Police Department says a suspicious suitcase found at an area gas station turned out not being a threat.  Police say they received the report of the suitcase located at a Chevron Gas Station on East 24th Street on Tuesday night.  The station was closed and evacuated while police determined the nature of the suitcase.  It was determined the ... Read More »

Congressman Grijalva Honored For Conservation Efforts


Arizona Congressman Raul Grijalva has been honored for his strong dedication to conservation issues as part of Great Outdoors America Week.  Several conservation groups presented Grijalva with the Congressional Champion Award Wednesday in Washington, D.C. Outdoors enthusiasts from Arizona and across the nation gathered this week in the capital for briefings on issues such as energy development on public lands ... Read More »

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