Voters next May will head to the ballot box with the opportunity to do something profoundly positive for the future of Arizona. In November’s election, though, they have the chance to inflict real damage on the state.
What proof do I need that two dear friends in San Diego possess hearts of gold? They offered to come all the way to Yuma and drive me west to their San Diego home.
The United States has held a major oversight role over the Internet since early in its history. Since 1998 when the Department of Commerce took over management of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the Internet has changed the course of history in ways few could…
Don't just sit there manspreading. Answer your phone. I promise you're not being butt dialed. It's wine o'clock and they're serving chablis tonight at the cat cafe.
Sometimes the greatest innovations in health care happen right in our own communities. Fifty years ago, one of those innovations took root in two clinics — one in the Mississippi Delta and one in South Boston, Massachusetts. These clinics, started as demonstration projects of the Health Cent…
People are probably snickering over reports of a Seattle family suing neighbors who refuse to stop feeding pigeons. Those who snicker, however, have never seen a pigeon invasion in action.
An article about a Santa Claus conven-tion in July certainly caught my eye. See, I’ve been plagued all my life with requests to play Santa. I used to have a hard time saying no.
News about models and fashion magazines rarely snag my attention, but that’s exactly what happened when that mix of variables suddenly included another variable — breastfeeding.
Nationwide outrage over Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) — signed into law by Gov. Mike Pence on March 26 — is a remarkable sign of just how far the country has come on the issue of civil rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Americans.
On Dec. 10, 1948, the nations of the world gathered at the United Nations to adopt the Universal Declaration of Rights, an American-inspired proclamation that launched the modern human rights movement.
My relatives in Ohio reported this week that it was wet and cold there, and from their tones, I could tell they were over it. I was a little jealous. We had rain this week, but there’s nothing like a good thunderstorm.
I’m taking the moral behind a recent interview to heart. I have decided to not tell my English friend that August may not be the best time to visit.
Readers of the Yuma Sun and Bajo El Sol, along with YumaSun.com, are helping catch criminals. We publish the Yuma’s Most Wanted list in print and online, and since January, 29 of the featured fugitives have been apprehended, according to Frank Silva of the Fugitive Apprehension Unit at Yuma …
A man charged with armed robbery in the holdup of a Yuma convenie-nce store pleaded guilty in May to a lesser charge of attempted robbery, in a deal that spared him prison time.
It’s true what they say. Yuma grows on you. When my husband and I first moved here four-and-a-half years ago, I was homesick for the green pines and the snow of Arizona’s White Mountains, not to mention the people.