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Solid waste, recycling pickup days to change for some residents

Pickup days for some City of Yuma solid waste and curbside recycling customers will permanently change beginning July 25. From that date forward, homes between Avenue A and Avenue B and from 16th Street southward to 40th Street will begin having their trash collected on Tuesdays and their recycling picked up on Fridays.
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Missing Person: Heather Briggs, last seen in Yuma

IMPERIAL COUNTY, Calif. (KYMA, KECY) - The Imperial County Sheriff's Office released an "At Risk Missing Person Alert" for Heather Briggs. The missing woman was last seen at the Living Center in Yuma on May 27, 2022, according to its staff. If anyone has any information on the missing person...
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Mosquito Pool in Winterhaven tests positive for Saint Louis Encephalitis

IMPERIAL COUNTY, Calif. (KYMA, KECTY) - A mosquito pool in Winterhaven tested positive for Saint Louis Encephalitis (SLE), according to the Imperial County Public Health Department. “This is the time of year that we begin to see an increase in mosquito activity, and consequently, an. increased risk for mosquito-borne disease,...

Yuma Police Department reminds public of firework use

YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY) - Yuma Police Department says several types of fireworks are illegal in Arizona and are advising the public to only use smaller or novelty fireworks. Any fireworks that rise into the air cannot be used but any other type of firework can only be used from June 24 to July 6 and December 24th to January 3rd.

SPECIAL REPORT: Crossing After Dark

June 30th marks the end of another month in what is projected to be the biggest year for migrant apprehensions at the southern border in history. The post SPECIAL REPORT: Crossing After Dark appeared first on KYMA.

Pro-choice supporters protest in Yuma

Dozens of pro choice supporters came together in Yuma Tuesday night following last week’s U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. The largely young and female group marched with many holding signs including ones that read “why does a gun have more rights than our bodies?” and “Reproductive rights are human rights.” They chanted including "MY BODY MY CHOICE!"

Stabbings in San Luis 06.28.2022

San Luis Obispo police are investigating two separate stabbing incidents which occurred on June 19th in downtown San Luis. Just before closing time, a man was stabbed several times in the upper torso in the library bar on Higuera street. That was at 1:51 in the morning. The second stabbing...

Ending the month of June hot

YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY-TV) - Today is the final day of the month of June. Afternoon highs will be near 110 again for today. It will be a hot and sunny afternoon, make sure to drink plenty of water. Stronger winds will pick-up this evening bringing in breezy conditions. Wind...

Rold Gold reveals new packaging for their 106th anniversary

YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY-TV/ CNN) - After 106 years, Rold Gold is getting a new look. The pretzel brand's latest bag design will land on shelves this summer. Rold Gold made by Frito lay is also marking the occasion by giving away more than 106 thousand dollars in gold bars.

Firefighters respond to two Yuma fires within minutes of each other

YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY) - Yuma Fire Department (YFD) says firefighters responded to two incidents in separate parts of Yuma. According to YFD, a home was seen with smoke at about 1:45 p.m. on Mesa Avenue, which firefighters quickly responded to. The fire was burning in the backyard and smoked...

Yuma Catholic hosts its football 7 on 7 event preparing for season

YUMA, Arizona (KYMA, KECY) - With prep football less than two months away, Yuma Catholic invited seven local football teams, four from the Imperial Valley and three from Yuma to a passing event June 29th and 30th. Yuma Catholic assistant coach Jarred Lackey says this is good practice before season.

News 11 Weather: Back to normal?

YUMA, Ariz. ( KYMA, KECY-TV ) - Although there is still a minor risk for gusty outflow winds across lower elevations Friday, chances for showers and thunderstorms will decrease moving east through the weekend. By Saturday, most areas will see little to no rain chances; and this dry pattern will likely persist through at least the first half of next week. Temperatures will remain near normal through the holiday weekend, then trend up later next week.

Former Arizona Western College president Schoening dies at 85

A former president of Arizona Western College has died. Arizona Western officials on Wednesday announced former AWC President Dr. Donald “Don” Schoening passed away at home last Friday. He was 85. Schoening served as president from 1997 to 2009. School leaders said he led the college through significant...

Oros slugs her way to DII, signs with University of Bridgeport

YUMA, Ariz. ( KYMA, KECY-TV ) - Angela Oros dreamt of playing college softball at the four year level but also knew that coming out of high school, just wasn't quite ready. "I did want to stay close my first two years," Oros said. "I wasn't quite ready to move. I still wanted to play local, go to school here and play with my friends."

4th of July Closures for Tucson and Yuma

With Independence Day just around the corner, many city services close in honor of the holiday. Below is your quick reference list for all the 4th of July closures happening in Tucson and Yuma. City of Tucson. All City of Tucson offices, except for emergency services, will be closed Monday,...

Home Grown: Israeli irrigation system comes to Yuma

YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY) - In today's Home Grown, an Israeli company is bringing a new irrigation system to Yuma to help local farmers save water. This field is one of the first in Yuma to use the N-Drip irrigation system powered solely by gravity. A new way to irrigate,...