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Lake Havasu City Mayor Mark Nexsen: City manager announcement 'very close'

Lake Havasu City officials says they're making headway toward selecting finalists for the city manager position. The City Council voted unanimously Tuesday evening to allow the human resources staff to proceed with "the next steps" in selecting finalists for the job, which could range anywhere betwe


Kansas City police investigate death of California woman

FILE - In this Nov. 2, 2017 file photo, Justin Rey appears in Johnson County District Court in Olathe, Kan. Preliminary autopsy results confirm that dismembered human remains found inside a suburban Kansas City storage unit were those of woman whose husband was sleeping in the unit with their 4-day-

HAVASU NEWS-HERALD - 2017-11-17 06:33:00

Sheriff's office investigating four deaths

KINGMAN - Mohave County sheriff's officials are investigating four recent deaths. At about 4:27 p.m. Monday, deputies responded to a report of an injury collision between a white Chevy van and a Honda motorcycle at the intersection of Northern Avenue and North Van Nuys Road in Kingman. The operator

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-16 05:50:00

Chemehuevi Indian Tribe breaks ground on casino-resort slated for 2019 completion

The Chemehuevi Indian Tribe broke ground Tuesday for a casino-resort years in the making. Planning stages began in 2014 for the Havasu Landing Resort and Casino, which will add 48 rooms and a newly-updated recreational venue on the Havasu waterfront. Development of the nearly $40 million project wil


Homeless CoC group meets today

KINGMAN - The Mohave County Homeless Continuum of Care will meet in Bullhead City today. The committee will hear an update on the homeless prevention programs including from people from behavioral health, Catholic charities, Cornerstone Mission, Veterans Affairs, Mohave County, Western Arizona Counc


American Legion Riders visit old soldiers at Lake Hills Inn

Members from the Lake Havasu City American Legion Riders Post 81 visited residents of Lake Hills Inn. Each year legion members visit the skilled nursing facility to brighten up the day of residents and staff.David Louis/Today's News-Herald Members of Lake Havasu City's American Legion Riders on Wedn

HAVASU NEWS-HERALD - 2017-11-16 06:29:00

Poker run participants force to fold hand after roll over

KINGMAN - A vehicle participating in an off-road poker run from Topock to Lake Havasu City came up a bit short Saturday. Mohave County Sheriff's deputies were notified of a non-injury accident in the desert near Interstate 40 around 3:30 p.m. A Jeep was going up a large hill when one of its rear tir

KDMINER.COM - 2017-11-16 18:49:00

Castillo indicted for kidnapping, impersonating officer, assault

KINGMAN - A Needles man accused of impersonating a police officer was indicted Thursday. A Mohave County grand jury indicted Emilliano Luiz Castillo, 31, on charges of kidnapping, vehicle theft, robbery, impersonating a police officer and aggravated assault. A defendant convicted of kidnapping face

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-16 05:49:00

Local funeral homes join fight against drugs in Horry County

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WBTW) - When you think of a funeral home, you probably don't think of police and getting rid of drugs, but thanks to drug drop boxes, that's exactly what some local crematories are being used for. Captain Joey Crosby says the Myrtle Beach Police Department's drop box has been extre

WBTW.COM - 2017-11-17 03:17:51

'Hella offensive' NMB restaurant sign stirs up controversy on Twitter

A restaurant in North Myrtle Beach called Tar Baby's is causing a stir on Twitter after someone called it a "racist establishment." On Nov. 10, Damien Perkins tweeted "Please RT this racist establishment til they change their name or close down!!! No way this should still be around in 2017." The res

MYRTLEBEACHONLINE.COM - 2017-11-16 19:18:00

They used to swap punches. Now, this NMB duo works together to punish quarterbacks

Despite a common last name, Marcelous and Kwame Livingston will be the first to tell you they aren't brothers. Their many scuffles through the years will tell a different story, though. "We did not like each other," Marcelous Livingston said. "Growing up, it was 'Livingston vs. Livingston' 24-7." Ag

MYRTLEBEACHONLINE.COM - 2017-11-16 22:52:00

Car break-ins increase during the holidays. Here's how to protect yourself

From credit cards to bags full of merchandise - you often have more valuables in your car around this time of year as the shopping season starts to pick up speed. The North Myrtle Beach Department of Public Safety is warning folks to be extra careful during the holidays because of the uptick in car


Vote recount yields same tallies

BOLIVIA - Discretionary recounts conducted Wednesday morning by the Brunswick County Board of Elections have led to the same tallies reported on election night, Nov. 7. That means Sunset Beach resident Jan Harris still has a one-vote edge over former town councilman Wilson Sherrill to win a third s


Alleged stalker arrested after being wanted for months

A Longs man was arrested Tuesday afternoon after he was wanted for months in connection with stalking, according to the Horry County police. Jeffrey Stephens On Sept. 7, the police department posted on Facebook that 59-year-old Jeffrey Stephens was wanted for stalking. Online records show Stephens


91-year-old widow conned out of house, cash

Pamela Varnam Jackson, 61, allegedly took $93K out of the bank and got victim to sign over deed to her property. BOLIVIA -- A Bolivia woman stands accused of swindling more than $300,000 in cash and property from an elderly woman she claimed was her mother, officials said Wednesday. Pamela Varnam Ja


By truck and rail, Sutton coal ash cleanup continues

Duke Energy moving ash to landfills at New Hanover plant site NEW HANOVER COUNTY -- A spot at Duke Energy's Sutton Plant site that used to resemble a large hill now looks like a small pond. The cavity is part of a massive moving of 7 million tons of coal ash -- a byproduct of burning coal at the spr

STAR NEWS ONLINE - 2017-11-16 15:49:40

Juvenile Shot At West Des Moines Mall Treated For Injuries

WEST DES MOINES, IA - A juvenile was injured Thursday evening when a gun he was carrying inside Valley West Mall discharged, police said. The youth was located a few hours later and he was taken to an area hospital for treatment of his injuries. West Des Moines police initially were called to the m

PATCH - 2017-11-17 13:57:16

Hey, Des Moines: Santa Claus Is Coming To Town!

Get those wish lists ready: Santa is on his way and will meet with kids (and pets) all over the metro area. Santa is a busy man this time of year, but of course he always makes time for his most important job: hearing the wish lists from the kids he has on this year's "nice list." Here are some loc

PATCH - 2017-11-16 20:53:49

'Hamilton' in Des Moines: The 4 stages of trying to buy tickets

From announcing the show in April 2016 to the anticipated takeover in summer 2018, a look at how the world's biggest Broadway show landed in Iowa's capital city. Matthew Leimkuehler/The Register It has been a long time coming - since April 2016, to be exact - for Iowans to get their tickets for the

DES MOINES REGISTER - 2017-11-17 15:55:40

Des Moines can reverse history by changing streets

Subscribed, but don't have a login? Look at photos from pre-1950s downtown Des Moines - or just about any American city - and you'll see a place bustling with shoppers and workers. To feed Americans' need for speed, however, traffic engineers removed such street-level vibrancy. Des Moines has a hist

DES MOINES REGISTER - 2017-11-16 19:48:27