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County Supervisor Attends Conference


Yuma County Supervisor Lenor Loroña Stuart recently joined 2300 fellow county officials from across the country during the 2013 NACo Annual Conference: County Solutions and Idea Marketplace in Tarrant County/Fort Worth, Texas to establish national policies affecting counties and work collaboratively to find and share innovative solutions to challenges facing American communities.  Decisions made during the conference allow counties to ... Read More »

New York Man In Court For Arias Trial Related Twitter Threats


A New York man indicted in Arizona on charges that he made Twitter death threats against two national television commentators over their coverage of Jodi Arias is set for arraignment.  David Lee Simpson, of Bath, New York faces five felony counts related to Twitter threats against Nancy Grace and Jane Velez-Mitchell, both hosts on Turner Broadcasting's HLN network who regularly ... Read More »

Gosar Speaks Out Against Attorney General


United States Congressman Paul Gosar spoke on the House floor Wednesday to call attention to Attorney General Holder’s disregard for the rule of law and the lives lost under Operation Fast and Furious.  The floor speech is the third in a series of speeches highlighting the violations of the law made by the Attorney General.  Gosar is continuing to attack ... Read More »

Suspect Sought After For Donovan Estates Shooting


Police say they now have a suspect they are seeking in connection with an alleged shooting Monday.  The Yuma County Sheriff’s Office says they received several reports of shots being fired in the 8200 block of South Coconino Lane near Donovan Estates. Police say when they arrived, they found the victim in the street yelling for help.  Now police say ... Read More »

Evidence Sought By Representatives Of Accused Murderer


An accused murder was in court again on Wednesday. 32-year-old Jose Jimenez is accused in the murder of 29-year-old Chrystal Figeroua in March. KYMATV says according to Jimenez’s court appointed lawyer, a significant amount of new evidence has just recently come to light, and she requested more time for both sides to review this material.   Representatives for Jimenez also ... Read More »

Two Men Plead Not Guilty To Abuse Charges


Two men have pleaded not guilty to felony abuse charges in the death of their 73-year-old mother, whose body was found in Phoenix in the family van with dozens of bug-infested animals. Their father was riding in the back of the van with his wife and he also pleaded not guilty at his arraignment Wednesday. The next scheduled court appearances ... Read More »

Accidental Pill Poisonings On The Rise For Children


As prescriptions increase for adult aches, pains and chronic illnesses, accidental poisonings in children increase, too.  A new study in the July issue of "Pediatrics" magazine says children under age five and teens are at the highest risk. Children's Mercy Hospital toxicologist Doctor Jennifer Lowry says parents often tell her they turned their heads for a minute or two and ... Read More »

Parents Voice Concerns During Tuesday’s Meeting


Several outraged parents attended a meeting Tuesday, upset that an incident at the AmeriSchools North campus was not reported for several months after the fact. The schools received a threatening letter in March from a neighbor, upset that the school children were making too much noise and made a reference to “bloody children”.   Police say a search of the ... Read More »

CPSC Launches Pool Safety Week


The government's top consumer watchdog is warning about the risks of late-summer drowning deaths.  The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has designated this week as "Pool Safely Week" – a reminder that there are still a lot of hot summer days left where safe swimming should be a priority.  Campaign leader Kathleen Reilly says the focus is making sure kids ... Read More »

Yuma County Schools Prepare For New School Year


A new school year for children across Yuma is quickly approaching.  The bells will begin ringing the week of August 5th for some schools and August 12th for the remainder of the majority of schools. Yuma County Schools Superintendent Tom Tyree says that teachers and staff have been working all summer to prepare for the start of the year. Tyree ... Read More »

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