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CBP arrests 2 in failed meth smuggling try
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers arrested two U.S. citizens Wednesday after finding approximately 27 pounds of meth, worth nearly $80,000, hidden inside their Ford sedan’s rocker panels.LOANED PHOTO/U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION
Yuma Fire Dept. recognizes residents for their help
During the meeting, Angela Matthews received a Heroism Award for helping two injured people trapped inside their vehicle following a traffic crash, while Jeffery Bergin received a Lifesaving Award for coming to the aid of a mother struggling to keep her 3-year-old daughter above water while in the C
German special forces test new assault rifles at YPG
The new assault rifle, which will be designated the G95K, replaces the long-serving G36K as the standard weapon for the German special forces. Made by Heckler & Koch, it fires a 5.56 mm x 45 NATO round, has a 14.5 inch-long barrel, and weighs a bit over eight pounds.
Authorities: Close to $100K found after deadly bus crash
Upcoming Events20JulSummer Lunch BuddiesFri, Jul 20, 201820JulGED Fundamentos de Lengua y LiteraturaFri, Jul 20, 201820JulBlood Drive at YRMC Administration BuildingFri, Jul 20, 201820JulExcel- IntermediateFri, Jul 20, 201820JulMEAT DRAW/LIVE RAFFLEFri, Jul 20, 201820JulLibrary Lab / Builders ClubFr
Career research: Student volunteers attend exploration camp at YRMC
This year, the career camp began Monday and concluded Friday. In order to participate in the camp, students were required to be a current and active student YRMC volunteer and had to commit to attending four days of the camp. Students were also required to apply and submit an essay on the significan
PETA seeks release of Camel Farm inspection records
Buy NowArabian camel Camella (left) and her "baby boy" pose for a photo taken by a visitor to The Camel Farm, 15672 S. Ave 1E, in March.Photo by Randy Hoeft/Yuma Sun
Somerton opens another walking track for public
Buy NowResidents walk along a newly opened andador, or walking track, on Somerton's west side.PHOTO BY CESAR NEYOY/BAJO EL SOL
Solano Homemade Ice Cream shop helped wounded man
YUMA, Az. -Solano's Homemade Ice Cream Factory a local family owned ice cream shop has been around four years. Last Thursday, they encountered an incident they have never seen before, as a man with a gunshot wound entered their shop begging for help.
Sex offender is currently residing at an address in Yuma
Jose Ibarra, 60, is residing at 2150 W. 16th Street, #17. He is described as being 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighing 165 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.
Avoid the effects of the heat on your vehicle
“The number one enemy to your tire is heat," said Tim Whitehead, car expert and general manager of Ed Whitehead's Tire Pros.
Drive for School Supplies at Lutes Casino
Lutes Casino takeover, Drive for school supplies from 4pm-8pm on Thursday, July 19th.
PETA files appeal with USDA concerning
"Any roadside zoo that allows an animal to drop dead in her cage without veterinary care should be embarrassed and so should the USDA for allowing this hellhole to stay open," says PETA Foundation Vice President and Deputy General Counsel Delcianna Winders. "The USDA should be enforcing the law, not
Feds won't "embarrass" Camel Farm, refuse to release damning photos
YUMA, Ariz. -PETA filed an appeal with the U.S. Department of Agriculture contending stating that the agency is violating the Freedom of Information Act, on Thursday.
Parts of Yuma see fleeting, heavy rainfall, but excessive heat looms
Marvin Percha, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Phoenix, said that the rain began in some parts of Yuma around 5 a.m. and ended a little after 7 a.m.
Yuma Fire Department recognizes citizens for their help
Angela Matthews received a Heroism Award and Jeffery Bergin received a Lifesaving Award from Mayor Douglas Nicholls, Fire Chief Steve Irr, and City Administrator Greg Wilkinson.
Progress towards Yuma's first LGBT Center
Once a month the group invites the community for conversations in health, relationships, and support.
San Luis CBP officers seize meth and weapons
After a San Luis Police Department canine alerted an odor it was trained to detect, officers discovered a stolen Glock pistol with an empty magazine beneath the passenger seat, which was found to be reported stolen out of Maricopa County.
Paddle board yoga down the Colorado River
“I started surfing and when the paddle boards came out and that was a phenomenon and I was also a yoga instructor so just a happy marriage, yoga and water sports; my two loves," she told 13 On Your Side.
San Luis officers seize guns, meth
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at the Port of San Luis arrested three U.S. citizens and a Mexican national in connection to a pair of failed smuggling attempts over the weekend, which resulted in the seizure of more than 14 pounds of methamphetamine and two handguns, one of which had be
Claims of excessive force after inmate death at Yuma County Jail
Jorden Stevens, a member of the Cocopah Indian Tribe, died while in the care of the YCSO Adult Detention Center February 15, 2017, and his death was ruled a homicide by the Pima County Forensic Science Center in October 2017.