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Southwest passenger claims airline forced her to leave pet fish at airport
A California woman is claiming a Southwest Airlines agent forced her to leave her pet fish at the airport last Wednesday. Lanice Powless, a University of Colorado student, was flying to California from Denver International Airport when she said a Southwest Airlines employee informed her that she wou
Cleanup Worker Fired Over ‘Reprehensible’ Photos From Camp Fire Burn Zone in NorCal
Police in Northern California say they’ll pursue criminal charges against a wildfire cleanup worker who posted photos of himself posing at destroyed properties. Officials in the devastated town of Paradise said Saturday that the photos and accompanying captions by Rob Freestone are “unacceptable and
California Abandons Text Message Fee Intended to Fund Programs for Underserved Residents
California regulators no longer plan to tax text messages. The California Public Utilities Commission said a new FCC ruling prevented the state from levying a tax on text plans. The state hoped to add new monthly fees onto wireless customers’ bills to increase funds for programs that bring connectiv
Collins says Texas court ruling on ACA 'will be overturned on appeal'
Washington (CNN)Maine Republican Sen. Susan Collins predicted Sunday that a Texas judge's decision striking down Obamacare would likely be overturned. "I think this will be overturned on appeal," Collins said Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union." She added, "There's no reason why the individual mand
Nine Cibola students pass exam for CNA license
YUMA, Ariz. - Nine Cibola High School students passed the knowledge and skills portions of the Certified Nursing Assistant Exam on Saturday. “The students will submit their information to the Arizona State Board of Nursing and hold the title of Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA),” said Cibola CNA ins
Memorial stone for fallen DPS trooper unveiled at Yuma headquarters
YUMA, Ariz. - A memorial stone, honoring an Arizona state trooper who was killed in July, was unveiled Wednesday morning at the Department of Public Security headquarters in Yuma.
Arvizo steps down at Cibola
For the first time in two decades, Lucky Arvizo won’t be patrolling the Cibola football sidelines on Friday night next season. Arvizo is stepping down after 17 seasons as the Raiders’ head coach, he informed the team Wednesday. Prior to becoming head coach, he served as an assistant from 1990 to 199
LOCAL GLANCE (Dec. 12)
Cibola boys basketball struggled with turnovers Wednesday night during a home loss to Skyline (7-1 AIA). The Raiders (3-2 AIA) fell behind early in the game en route to a 73-54 loss.
Riverside County inmate found dead in cell in Murrieta
MURRIETA — An inmate was found dead Saturday in his cell at the Cois Byrd Detention Center in Murrieta, authorities said. The inmate was found unresponsive in his cell at about 4 a.m., Riverside County sheriff’s Sgt. Joshua Parker said.
Woman Attacked by 3 Dogs in California
A woman suffered serious injuries and had to be airlifted to a hospital after she was attacked and mauled by three dogs in the unincorporated Riverside County area of Anza Saturday.
California Considers Insurance Mandate and Subsidies Amid Obamacare Retreat
In a scramble to keep people enrolled in health care plans, what did New Jersey, Vermont and the District of Columbia do earlier this year that California has not done?. They began requiring that their residents carry health coverage or face a state penalty for going without it. Such “individual man
Tyson Chandler says Lonzo Ball 'can be great', compares him to Jason Kidd
As one of the longest-tenured players in the NBA, Tyson Chandler has been around for league and the premier players for as long as any in the league. Even more, his stops throughout his time in the NBA have featured him playing with some of the top point guards of all-time, including both Chris Paul
No, you can't smoke hemp (and other things to know now that it will be legal)
(CNN)Congress voted this week to legalize the cultivation of hemp in the US after months of debate and negotiation between lawmakers. Hemp legalization was tucked into the 2018 farm bill, a massive piece of legislation that also addresses issues such as nutrition, conservation, trade, energy and for
The Surprising Riverside Restaurant In Cincinnati With The Best Thai Food In The City
We all surely know by now that, like books, you cannot judge a restaurant by its outward appearance. There are unassuming hidden gems all over Cincinnati that serve up some of the best food in the Queen City. One particular gem can be found near the river in Sayler Park on the west side of town. Bud
Kamala Harris’ DOJ received misconduct claim involving aide months before she left: report
Sen. Kamala Harris insisted earlier this month that she was “unaware” of the harassment allegations against her top aide during her time as California’s Attorney General, but the agency that she oversaw: California's Department of Justice was informed about the complaint three months before she exit
Kids In California Want This Toy For Christmas
Just how does Santa know exactly which toys kids in California want to find under the Christmas tree? Perhaps he powers up the computer at the North Pole and consults Google. That could explain how he knows American kids are just wild about Power Wheels, the riding toy from Fisher-Price that allows
Man pleads guilty to shooting brother-in-law
DESERT HOT SPRINGS, Calif.- - A man who shot his wife's brother in Desert Hot Springs last year, then fled across state lines, pleaded guilty today to attempted murder and evading arrest charges.
Cibola's Quintero no longer No. 2
Last fall, Cibola’s Aylin Quintero just barely missed out on the 2017 Yuma Sun/Yuma Rotary Club Girls Cross-Country Runner of the Year award. She lost a few races to teammate Ashley Valenzuela by only seconds, and that was the difference in Valenzuela getting the honor and not Quintero.
Orgeron to be named to Quartzsite School Board
The La Paz County School Superintendent, Jacquline Price, will appoint Mr. Mark Orgeron to the Quartzsite Elementary School District’s Governing Board. Mr. Orgeron received the fourth highest number of votes in the recent General Election. He has informed Superintendent Price that he will accept the
Local Glance: Raider boys stifle GR on hardwood
Cibola boys basketball made a statement Thursday at home against Gila Ridge (0-3 AIA). The Raiders (3-0 AIA) held a high-powered offense in check to win 58-41 after a stout defensive effort.