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DPS chase carjackers into Kingman
KINGMAN -- Arizona Department of Public Safety troopers chased a carjacking suspect from Hoover Dam into Kingman around 7:45 p.m. Saturday. The suspect vehicle was involved in drive-by shooting of a semi-truck on U.S. Highway 93 after the carjacking. The suspect vehicle reached Kingman, collided wit
Hobby Lobby coming to Bullhead City
City officials announced Friday that plans have been approved for Hobby Lobby to build a new store at City Square Center, just east of Perkins Restaurant and Bakery and McDonalds. Construction is expected to begin within the next few weeks.HOBBY LOBBY, Contributed
A bad way to start the weekend
The Memorial Day weekend got off to a bad start for a few drivers and boaters.First, a pontoon boat landed upside down on top of a Ford Mustang driven by a Lake Havasu City teenager. Karley Glover, 16, suffered minor injuries after her vehicle was hit by a 24-foot Sun Tracker pontoon on a trailer Fr
State agency recommends feds reject Quartzsite-CAP water lease
BULLHEAD CITY — In a letter sent Friday to U.S. Department of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, Arizona Department of Water Resources Director Thomas Buschatzke recommended that the United States deny the proposed lease of Quartzsite’s 1,070 acre-feet of Colorado River water to the Central Arizona Proj
North Las Vegas carjacking ends in Arizona
KINGMAN, ARIZONA (AP) — Two people who allegedly fled the scene of a carjacking near Hoover Dam were apprehended more than 70 miles away in Kingman, Arizona.
Building a solid future: 50 graduate from AOBI
BULLHEAD CITY — Angel Jimenez, Academy of Building Industries valedictorian, noted the special nature of his classmates’ accomplishments during his speech.“We were all in such a hurry to graduate but what will each of us do?” he asked. “Go to college, go into the military — the answer is, we can do
3 Bed Home Open Floor Plan 3 Car Garage 20 Acres Horses
Price:$174,800Bedrooms:3Bathrooms:2Square Foot:1,296Lot Size:20.02 AcresCounty:MohaveProperty Type:Single Family HomeYear Built:1997MLS Number:940488
Bullhead City schools participating in summer meals program
The program is open to all children and teens 18 and younger, without charge. Meals are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age. There will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service.
HAVASUMMER: Lake Havasu kicks off boating season
Memorial Day weekend for many represents the unofficial start of Lake Havasu’s boating season, drawing countless sightseers, families and watercraft enthusiasts to the city.It’s the story of Troy in reverse — legions of visitors from abroad, venturing to the place that launched a thousand trips, and
Carnochan indicted on 13 more charges
KINGMAN — An elderly Yucca man already serving almost three decades in prison faces 13 new charges including fraud.Robert Lawson Carnochan, 71, was indicted last week on three counts of fraud, three counts of theft, four counts of forgery and three counts of credit card theft. He will be arraigned o
Judge rules on disclosure motion in Rector case
BULLHEAD CITY — Superior Court Judge Lee Jantzen ordered prosecutors to comply with defense disclosure requests in a status conference Monday in the case against Justin James Rector, the Bullhead City man accused of killing an 8-year old girl nearly four years ago.Rector, 29, is charged with first-d
A break from tradition: Lake Havasu High’s class of 2018 set to graduate at off-campus location
Lake Havasu High School’s class of 2018 will have the distinction of being the only graduates in the school’s history to receive their diplomas in a ceremony off campus.Because of construction at the school’s football field, graduation at 7:30 p.m. tonight will be at the Havasu 95 Speedway in SARA P
Vets advised to not be afraid to fight for rights
LAUGHLIN — Rene Lipscomb, of the Veterans Benefits Administration, gave veterans and their families information about benefits and how they can access those benefits at a recent presentation at the Laughlin Library.She broke down how the VA is organized in terms of benefits. There is the VBA, which
Downtown’s vacant windows may not stay that way for long
KINGMAN – Revitalizing downtown Kingman is on the minds of many throughout Kingman, and so business and property owners in the area have started another project that could serve to get more shoppers, tourists and maybe even potential residents to look at the city in a new light.
Fire engine hits civilian vehicle
BULLHEAD CITY — Bullhead City Fire Department Engine 711 was involved in a minor traffic accident with a civilian vehicle while responding to an emergency call Monday morning but no one was injured, the fire and police departments said in a joint news release.While maneuvering through traffic at Han
A morning stroll ends at Mohave County jail
KINGMAN – Kingman Police Department officers arrested Cole Patrick Jennings-Wallace, 21, of Kingman and Darren Travonte Lewis, 25, of Kingman Tuesday morning.
Needles museum returns land to Fort Mojave Indian Tribe
The Needles Regional Museum returns about 60 acres of museum-owned land near Park Moabi to the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe. From left are Shawn Lewis, FMIT vice chairman; Cellina Reyes, FMIT council member; Cheryl Mangin, Needles Regional Museum; Marianne Jones, Needles Regional Museum; Timothy William
Aztec Road fire in Fort Mohave contained
FORT MOHAVE — The fire that started Saturday afternoon in Fort Mohave near Aztec Road and Highway 95 was mostly contained by 10 p.m. Saturday. Full containment of the event, eventually referred to as the Gemini fire, occurred Sunday afternoon.“It shouldn’t be going anywhere,” said Don Gibson, fire m
Three years after fatal crash, family still seeking day in court
A memorial for John Ryan and his pug, Lulu, was placed near the intersection of South Palo Verde Boulevard and Acoma Boulevard North.Chelsea Curtis/Today’s News-Herald
Significant charges dropped against David Allen James
KINGMAN – The State of Arizona has dropped first-degree murder, felony manslaughter, and Class 3 felony aggravated assault charges against David Allen James for the alleged beating death of 23-year-old Matthew Scott Porter in May 2016.