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Tuscon Ties The Hottest Year On Record


A recent study finds that Tucson tied the hottest year on record on average for 2012.  The average temperature was 71.4 degrees, which ties the average recorded in 1989.  The city’s average temperature has been about 69-degrees the last 30 years. Read More »

Police Search For Missing Virginia Man In Arizona


Authorities are searching for a Virginia man who came to Arizona on a business trip but hasn't been heard from since early December, 2012.  Flagstaff police say that the family of 34-year-old William Andrew "Andy" Holzgrefe is offering a two-thousand-dollar reward for information on his whereabouts.  He was last heard from when called his mother December 9th, 2012 from a ... Read More »

New Transit Route To Open Between Yuma And El Centro


A new Yuma County Intergovernmental Transit route will begin making runs from between Yuma and El Centro.  The route will replace route three which runs from between Winterhaven and Holtville, California.  The new route will begin running on Monday, January 7th.  The new route will operate three days a week – Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.  It will start at Paradise ... Read More »

Brothers Suspected Of Bank Robbery Make Court Appearance


Two fleshly brothers accused in the alleged robbery last month of an area bank, made their first appearance in court on Wednesday (2).  25-year-old Jesus Alaniz and 21-year-old Nestor Alaniz allegedly were involved in the armed robbery of Wells Fargo Bank located on Catalina Drive in Yuma.  Police say one of the men entered the bank on December 27th, 2012 ... Read More »

City Of Yuma Is Offering Christmas Tree Recycling


The City of Yuma is again offering a drop-off site for those who wish to safely dispose of their natural Christmas trees.  Christmas tree recycling will continue until Saturday (5) at 265 West 13th Street.  Hours for the Christmas Tree Recycling Program are from 7am to 4pm. You are asked to be sure to remove all lights, ornaments and tinsel. ... Read More »

Police Discover Neglected Teen After Arresting Three People On Drug Charges


The Wellton Police Department says they have information involving a parent of whom they say neglected a 17-year-old boy.  Police say the information was obtained as they were investigating an alleged drug abuse case.  Police executed a search warrant at the residence in question on South Avenue 37-E Monday (31) morning.  Initially they were looking for drugs and drug related ... Read More »

Lady Matadors Fall To Central Arizona

The Arizona Western College Lady Matadors lost a close game to Central Arizona 58-to­-54 Wednesday (2) night.  Nikki Villescaz led the way for A-W-C with 14 points.  The men’s team didn’t fare any better losing 72-to-64.  Both teams will host Cochise on Saturday.  The women tip off at 5:30pm with the men’s team to follow.  The action can be heard ... Read More »

Rumors Circulate About Next Coach For Cardinals


Rumors continue to circulate that former Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid may be the next coach of the Arizona Cardinals.  Reid was fired after spending 12-years as coach in the city of Brotherly Love.  Two other coaches are also in rumor mill out of the Cardinals camp.  Cards defensive coordinator Ray Horton and Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy ... Read More »

Phoenix Suns Snap Losing Streak


The Phoenix Suns ended a five game losing skid on Wednesday (2) with a 95-to-89 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers.  Luis Scola scored 21 for the Suns.  They continue to remain in the cellar of the Pacific Division, 13 and a half games behind the Los Angeles Clippers. Read More »

New Year’s Day Armed Robbery

Yuma, AZ — On 1-01-2013 at approximately 2142 hours an unidentified Hispanic Male entered the Subway restaurant located at 1522 S Avenue B, and demanded money from the clerk.  The subject was described as an average build approximately 5’4 and was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, old man Halloween type mask, a dark colored ball cap and blue jeans.  The ... Read More »

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