Savor the Nightlife: Top 5 Must-Visit Pubs in Yuma
This article presents a guide to five must-visit pubs in Yuma. Have you had the chance to experience any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
🚧 Update: Dead Animal on I-8 Westbound near E 16th St, Yuma, AZ
The time displayed is local to the original 511 traffic site in Arizona. Local commuters should be advised that there is a traffic notice affecting the I-8 Westbound route near E 16th St (Milepost 1). Authorities have reported the presence of a dead animal near the roadway, which may impact traffic flow. Drivers are encouraged to approach the area with caution. Cleanup efforts are expected, but no specific time frame has been provided for when the roadway will be cleared. Motorists may wish to consider alternative routes if possible. Please stay tuned for further updates on this developing situation.
Murder suspect released, not formally charged
A 21-year-old Yuma man booked for first-degree murder will be out of custody after the state didn’t file any formal charges against him. The post Murder suspect released, not formally charged appeared first on KYMA.
Wellton man arrested for theft and damage on Barry M. Goldwater Range
In a press release, YCSO was contacted by the United States Marine Corps Criminal Investigations Division on February 21 about the incidents. During the course of the joint investigations, both agencies identified the suspect as a 53-year-old Yuma man. The post Wellton man arrested for theft and damage on Barry M. Goldwater Range appeared first on KYMA.
U.S. Marine Corps Battle Color Detachment performs in Yuma
YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY) - The sound of freedom in Yuma!. The United States Marine Corps Battle Color Detachment kicked off its 2024 season tour today at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma. This special performance includes music from “The Commandant’s Own” Drum and Bugle Corps and a ceremonial drill by...
🥬 Lettuce Truck Incident on I-8 EB Near Yuma Causes Traffic Disruption 🥬
The time displayed is local to the original X account in Arizona. Motorists traveling on Interstate 8 Eastbound near South Avenue 3 E in Yuma (Milepost 4) should exercise caution due to a peculiar incident. A truck has spilled its load of lettuce onto the roadway. At this time, it is unspecified which lanes are blocked as a result of this spillage. Cleanup operations are expected, and drivers are advised to stay alert for any temporary lane closures or traffic personnel guiding vehicles around the affected area. Commuters should consider taking alternative routes if possible and should expect delays when passing through the mentioned location. The situation is ongoing and more information will be provided as it becomes available.
Del Pueblo RV community giving back to Yuma burn survivors
Yuma's Del Pueblo RV Park community has been a significant supporter in raising funds to benefit the Yuma Child Burn Survivor Foundation. The post Del Pueblo RV community giving back to Yuma burn survivors appeared first on KYMA.
Former Arizona College Hoops Coach Charged with Embezzling Funds from Students, Fundraisers
A former college hoops coach is facing charges after being accused of embezzling tens of thousands of dollars from students and school fundraisers in Arizona. The Pinal County Sheriff's Office has taken Denise Cardenas, 44, into custody, suspecting her of siphoning around $28,000 intended for student athletes' financial aid and basketball team fundraisers.
Sunny and warm for the final days of February
YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY-TV) - Drier conditions and clearer skies will move in on Thursday, with temperatures remaining above-normal through Friday and widespread breezy conditions for the rest of the week. Breezier conditions is expected starting on Thursday, stronger winds will take over Friday night through Sunday with highest gusts...
Black History Month: Yuma barbershop remains a strong pillar for the black community
YUMA, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) — The 15th Avenue Barbershop is one of the first black-owned barbershops in the state. James Williams opened the shop in 1966. “At the time I started, there weren’t many places where black people could get haircuts,” Williams said. It was kinda segregated, they referred most of the black customers here to the barbershop,” said Williams.
YUHSD Governing Board approves raises for employees
In a press release, the raises, "including a $3.00 per hour for classified staff members and a 6% base salary increase for certified staff members," will go into effect on July 1. The post YUHSD Governing Board approves raises for employees appeared first on KYMA.
Embark on a Culinary Journey: 3 Salvadoran Restaurants in Yuma Not to Miss
This article presents a tour of three Salvadoran restaurants in Yuma. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these establishments yet? If yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts. Please share your experiences in the comments section below.
Red Cross helping victims after two local fires
The Red Cross is helping victims of two local fires over the weekend. The post Red Cross helping victims after two local fires appeared first on KYMA.
Arizona Western College Band to Perform 'Grand Serenades' in Yuma with Guest Trombonist
The Arizona Western College Community Band will perform a concert titled 'Grand Serenades' on March 11, 2024, in Yuma, AZ. Guest soloist Michael Becker will feature in the concert. He is a trombone instructor at the University of Arizona and the principal trombonist for the Tucson Symphony Orchestra.
BBQ and Brew Festival returns to downtown Yuma this weekend
The two-day event kicked off on Friday and featured ice-cold brews, live music, and mouthwatering barbecue from local restaurants and out-of-state pitmasters. The post BBQ and Brew Festival returns to downtown Yuma this weekend appeared first on KYMA.
Researchers keep targeting downy mildew in spinach
Farmers and plant pathologists tend to have an opposing view of crop diseases. While some can curse the outcome, others see opportunities. The uncharacteristic wet winter this year in the desert growing region in southwest Arizona hasn’t been all bad, depending on who one talks with. For Jim Correll, a plant pathologist and distinguished professor with the University of Arkansas, the wet winter was opportunistic as he works to understand downy mildew and other plant pathogens in fresh market spinach.
Arizona Yuma Territorial Prison: After Dark Adventures with Locals!
On Saturday night, Yuma Territorial Prison After Dark was held at Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area. At 6:00 p.m., the prison gates opened, and attendees enjoyed a Fuzzy Scorpion Mocktail while posing for photos with inmates. The guests also took a tour of the jail, seeing the cell block area,...
Non Wing Sprint Car Mania returns to The Diamond in the Desert
The thunder of the high powered non winged sprint cars return to Cocopah Speedway on Saturday night March 23rd. The Avanti Windows and Doors USAC CRA Sprint Cars and The Sands Chevrolet Wild West Sprint Car Series will invade the big 3/8ths dirt oval in Somerton, Arizona. The USAC CRA series kicked off their 2024 season last weekend at Perris Auto Speedway for their 250th event in the storied series history with Matt Mitchell sweeping the night while picking up his 10th career feature in the series. The Sands Chevrolet Wild West Sprint Cars kick their season off next Saturday night March 9th at the high banked Central Arizona Raceway in Casa Grande, Arizona. For more information visit https://usacracing.com/news/sprint-car or follow the Sands Wild West Series on their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/1770093933474406/
World-renowned artist Pavlo set to perform in Yuma
Internationally renowned guitarist Pavlo will be in Yuma for the first time as part of The Santorini Tour. The post World-renowned artist Pavlo set to perform in Yuma appeared first on KYMA.
Discover Yuma Through Its Pizzas: 6 Unforgettable Pies to Try
In this article, we explore six delightful pizza places in Yuma. Have you had the chance to taste any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below: