This weekend, Dozens of children in Yuma County will be among the thousands of children across the country to finally have someplace to call home.

KAWC’s Stephanie Sanchez has more.

The votes have been counted, but Tuesday's City Of Yuma General Election is not completely over.  Most of the votes cast in the election were counted Tuesday, and the count of late early ballots was then finished earlier this week.  But the election is not over for the third and fourth place finishers.  Only five votes separate Karen Watts and Gregory Counts.  Tuesday's vote was to fill three seats on the City Council.

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Several dentists in the city of Yuma have volunteered their services to the homeless and in-need free of charge.  One of those dentists made it his aim to see dozens of patients from the local mission in a single day.  For the Arizona Science Desk, Maya Springhawk Robnett reports…

More than 65 hundred votes were counted after the City of Yuma's Tuesday City Council vote.  But one thousand thirteen late early ballots left to be counted will decide the fate of two City Council seats.

The U.S. Supreme Court denied a request to review the legality of the Indian Child Welfare Act.

KAWC’s Stephanie Sanchez has more.