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Avocado recall has no impact locally, stores say
BULLHEAD CITY — Avocados available for purchase in Bullhead City-area stores appear to be safe. A voluntary recall of avocados has been sent out by Henry Avocado Corporation, which affects multiple states including Arizona and California. Local stores, however, reported they do not have any of the a
Dog ejected during crash on Arizona interstate found, reunited with family
A dog who was lost for almost two weeks after he was ejected during a crash on an Arizona interstate was found and reunited with his family this week, officials say. On March 12, troopers were investigating a crash on southbound Interstate 17, near Stoneman Lake in Northern Arizona, a news release f
Vigil held for victim of fatal hit-and-run
FORT MOHAVE — People at a Friday-night candlelight vigil remembering Taylor Ann Young spoke not just of anger, but also of letting the young woman’s death inspire the community to make changes.
All charges against 'Empire' actor Jussie Smollett dropped
CHICAGO (AP) — Attorneys for "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett say charges alleging he lied to police about attack have been dropped. Stay with Arizona's Family for more updates on this story.
Guiding principles for future explored in State of City address
NEEDLES — Mayor Jeff Williams said the city is dedicated to promoting long term fiscal stability, providing exceptional services and experiences, promoting city beautification, increasing economic development activity and promoting regional cooperation, during his first state of the city address.
FORT MOHAVE- Drug Possession
Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Deputies arrested Steven Carl Hanke, 63 of Mohave Valley, for Dangerous Drug Possession, Drug Paraphernalia Possession, and Tampering with Evidence, all felonies. On Friday, March 15 at approximately 6PM, deputies observed a silver vehicle abruptly change lanes, and no
World renowned Budweiser Clydesdales to appear in southern Arizona
TUCSON, AZ (KOLD News 13) - The world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales are coming back to southern Arizona next month - mark your calendars for April 10 through April 22. The eight-horse hitch will be harnessed to the famous red beer wagon at the following dates and locations:
Woman dies from injuries in Fort Mohave hit-and-run
FORT MOHAVE — A candelight memorial service in honor of Taylor Ann Young will be held Friday in Fort Mohave. Young, 18, died Saturday from injuries she suffered in a hit-and-run accident Friday near the intersection of Highway 95 and Camp Mohave Road in Fort Mohave.
Great Wolf Lodge Arizona resort, indoor water park to open in October
SCOTTSDALE, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- With an 85,000-square-foot indoor water park, the Great Wolf Lodge Arizona is set to open its doors to its first-ever Arizona resort near Scottsdale in October.
Minnesota man dies in Golden Valley motorcycle wreck
GOLDEN VALLEY — A Minnesota man died after the motorcycle he was operated collided with a truck Friday in Golden Valley. Mohave County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Anita Mortensen said Troy Thomas Gabucci, 46, of Shakopee, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Arizona country legend to play Surprise western dance
Western Bred featuring J. David Sloan will be the featured entertainers Friday, April 5 for the Sun City Grand Country Western Dance at the Cimarron Center, in the Gila Room, 17100 W. Clearview Blvd.
Arizona grand jury indicts suspected leader of drug ring
PHOENIX (AP) - Arizona's attorney general says a state grand jury has indicted a man suspected of being the leader of a drug ring that distributed and sold methamphetamine, heroin and the powerful synthetic painkiller in the Phoenix area.
1 of only 153 Fire Marshals in the world in Bullhead City
BCFD Fire Investigator Fire/ Fire Inspector Barbie Skeen receives the Commission on Professional Credentialing(CPC) Fire Marshal designation. Bullhead City, Arizona – The Commission of Professional Credentialing (CPC) announced that Barbie Skeen has successfully completed the process that awards the
Menu of the Needles Regional Senior Center
Under new management. Meals served to those 60 and up from 11:30 a.m. to noon at the Needles Senior Center, 1699 Bailey Ave. Reservations are required, call 760-326-2898 before 8:30 a.m. Pacific. Suggested donation is $3. There is no residency requirement. Pan is played daily at 1 p.m. Bingo is play
Review tour of lower Colorado River in March 26 city council meeting
NEEDLES — Explore the challenges of operating a giant system providing water to millions in the Desert Southwest during a presentation on city participation in a lower Colorado River tour. The tour was conducted Feb. 27 through March 1. The presentation comes during the Needles City Council meeting
UFO convention returns to Laughlin
LAUGHLIN — UFO enthusiasts have become fans of the U.S. Southwest. The high deserts of Arizona, California and Nevada offer unobstructed views of the night sky — popular with astronomers as well as people wondering if we are being visited by objects from beyond Earth.
EPCOR rate request back before ACC
BULLHEAD CITY — The Bullhead City Council last week decided to begin exploring the option of taking over water service from EPCOR Water Arizona, Inc., by hiring a company to determine the worth of the water system.
Community hears from finalists for CRUHSD superintendent
BULLHEAD CITY — The two finalists for the position of superintendent of the Colorado River Union High School District took questions from a group of about 35 people Monday evening at Mohave High School.
32nd ANNUAL CHEFS FOOD FEST IS AROUND THE CORNER! SAVE THE DATE!
LAUGHLIN, NV, – We at the Laughlin Chamber of Commerce cordially invite you to join us at the 32nd Annual Chef’s Food Fest!. The Chef’s Food Fest is well known as a leading community experience and has been a sellout each year, for the past thirty-one years! During the evening our guests will enjoy
Pickleball tournament says bye bye to snowbirds
BULLHEAD CITY — Lance Roberts said he discovered pickleball by accident. He’s glad he did — shoulder surgery notwithstanding. Roberts was among the players in the weekend Bye, Bye Birdie pickleball tournament at Rotary Park, teaming with Brian Michael to capture the overall title in a competitive me