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City Of Prescott Denies Compensation Claims Filed In Connection To Arizona Wildfire


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The City of Prescott has denied compensation claims filed in connection with a deadly Arizona wildfire. Yarnell property owners and the mother of a Granite Mountain Hotshot who died along with 18 of his crew members have accused public agencies of negligence. An attorney representing Prescott said Wednesday that claims by Marcia McKee, the mother of Grant McKee, are barred ... Read More »

25 Former Immigrants Become United States Citizens

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25 former immigrants are now United States citizens. The Mexican born persons took oaths at Yuma City Hall on Tuesday. Angel Ortega was brought to the U.S. by his parents to give him a chance at a better life.   A college student set to graduate in May 2014, Ortega hopes to one day become a surgeon and help heal ... Read More »

Yuma City Council Meeting Tonight

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The Yuma City Council has a very light agenda for Tonight, Wednesday, December 18. This will be the last regular city council meeting for Mayor Alan Kreiger and three council members – Paul Johnson, Bobbie Lewis and Jerry Stuart. Mayor Kreiger has enjoyed his time serving the citizens of Yuma and hopes that some issues have come to light.   ... Read More »

Blythe And Wellton Border Patrol Agents Arrest Drug Smugglers

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United States Border Patrol agents from the Blythe Station arrested one smuggler and seized over $329,000 worth of cocaine, while agents from the Wellton Station seized over $95,000 worth of marijuana. Monday, agents stopped a Chevy Impala at I-10 and Lovekin Boulevard. A canine unit alerted to the trunk of the car, leading to the discovery of nearly 14 kilograms ... Read More »

San Luis Mayor To Break Ground For New Potable Water Transmission Line Project

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During a recent public meeting of the Board of Directors of the North American Development Bank and the Border Environment Cooperation Commission, officials representing both institutions delivered a ceremonial check to San Luis Mayor Gerardo Sanchez and Vice Mayor Matias Rosales in the amount of $500,000 recently, from NADB’s Community Assistance Program, which aims to assist smaller communities in the ... Read More »

Hospitals In Arizona Ask For Blood Donations

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At hospitals and clinics across the state, the need for blood knows no season, but donations tend to decrease this time of year. That is why officials are urging Arizonans to consider rolling up their sleeves to give a lifesaving gift. Dan Fox of the American Red Cross says between school vacations, inclement weather and busy schedules, the number of ... Read More »

Phoenix Man Sentenced To 25 Years For Drug Trafficking

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A Phoenix man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison in a drug trafficking case. Federal prosecutors say 53 year old Ralph C. Moreno also was sentenced Monday, December, 16 to ten years of supervised release and fined $3,000. A federal jury in September found Moreno guilty of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine, possession with intent ... Read More »

Arizona Supreme Court Allowing Higher Campaign Contribution Limits To Go Into Effect

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The Arizona Supreme Court has rejected arguments from the Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission and is allowing new, higher campaign contribution limits passed by the Republican-controlled Legislature go into effect. Tuesday’s ruling by the high court came just hours after lawyers for the commission and the Legislature argued the case. The court said it will issue a formal opinion explaining ... Read More »

Sex Offender Relocation

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The Yuma Police Department would like to notify the community of the recent relocation of a sex offender. 50-year-old Xavier Reveles is now residing at 177 North Eighth Avenue in Yuma. He is described as standing six feet tall and weighing 185 lbs with brown hair and brown eyes. Reveles was sentenced to four years in prison and to probation for ... Read More »

Ex Police Officer Arrested After High Speed Chase

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A former Tempe police officer was arrested Monday after being arrested earlier in the weekend. 30 year-old Garrett Peterson resigned his position as an officer on Friday and was involved in a high speed chase in Gilbert later that night. Our television partner KYMAT-V says on Monda, Yuma Sector Border Patrol Agents noticed a vehicle that was a prior "Attempt ... Read More »

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