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Filming of ‘Hot Water’ adds heat to Havasu economy
Filming began last month in Lake Havasu City for an upcoming feature film, “Hot Water.” While film crews expect the movie to wrap this week, tourism officials expect the production’s impact on Havasu to last beyond the final cut.According to Lake Havasu City Convention and Visitors Bureau Event Mark
Supervisors approve incentive payment to Dot Foods
KINGMAN — Mohave County supervisors on Monday approved the initial incentive payment that helped bring Dot Foods to Bullhead City.The board voted 4-1 to release the initial payment of $300,000 to Dot Foods providing the company created at least 78 jobs. In May 2016, the board approved offering $500,
Topock motorist rescued from waste deep waters
TOPOCK – Authorities say a 61-year-old male motorist intentionally went around barricades to travel on a closed road due to unsafe conditions Saturday.Authorities said the motorist intentionally drove around barricades and tried to pass through on Route 1 near Topock. (MCSO photo)Mohave County Sheri
High winds result in scattered power outages
BULLHEAD CITY – Wind gusts exceeding 60 mph in northwest Arizona resulted in scattered outages throughout the Mohave Electric Cooperative service area.MEC crews battled the winds to restore power to affected areas, according to utility officials.“With winds this strong, outages can occur,” said Rick
Nobody injured in rollover accident on I-40
A rollover accident involving a semi truck carrying produce for Walmart occurred Sunday afternoon along eastbound Interstate 40 just southeast of Needles, California. Cleanup of diesel fuel was necessary. The driver is reportedly uninjured.
Sears Hometown store not part of Sears Holding bankruptcy filing
“It shouldn’t affect us at all,” said Mandy Suprian, sales associate at Sears Hometown Store. “We’re technically a separate corporation, so we’re not going anywhere.”
Truck parking expanded along Ice Plant Road
“We heard that a lot of these commercial trucks are parking there because of the Flavor of India Restaurant, the gas stations and the (Rite Aid) pharmacy is in that area,” said Councilor Tona Belt. “This has been an issue for them so in doing this we can prevent people from leaving and having them u
Father, son plead guilty in $27M health care fraud that included Arizona
HARTFORD, Conn. – A father and son from California have pleaded guilty for their roles in a scheme that defrauded Affordable Care Act programs in at least 12 states, including Arizona, of more than $27 million.Federal prosecutors in Connecticut say 60-year-old Jeffrey White and 33-year-old Nicholas
Dolan Springs man convicted of attempted murder
KINGMAN — A Dolan Springs man was convicted late Friday of shooting another man in the head.William Albert Derrico, 67, was found guilty of attempted second-degree murder, drive-by shooting and three counts of aggravated assault. Superior Court Commissioner Billy Sipe Jr. will sentence Derrico on No
Supervisors set to approve incentive payment to Dot Foods
KINGMAN — Mohave County supervisors will discuss Monday the initial incentive payment that helped bring Dot Foods to Mohave County and Bullhead City.The board will authorize the initial payment of $300,000, providing the company created 78 jobs. In May 2016, the board approved offering a total of $5
Search continues for last boater missing from Sept. 1 crash
TOPOCK — The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office announced Saturday afternoon that the search for the last boater missing from a collision Sept. 1 near Topock Marina will continue until she is found.The person unaccounted for is presumed to be Raegan Heitzig. Though official identification of the final b
Sears bankruptcy: 5 more Arizona locations closing
USA Today, citing court filings, reports liquidation sales could begin in just a couple weeks.
Marijuana advocates want changes to Nevada employment, DUI laws
Segerblom was joined at the event Friday by Keith Stroup, founder of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, and Erik Altieri, the organization’s executive director.
In the Arizona mountains, a store dedicated to all things Donald J. Trump draws crowds
© Tom Tingle/The RepublicKaren MacKean and Steve Slaton are co-owners of The Trumped Store and Coffee House in Show Low, Arizona. They sell all things Trump, Friday, September 28, 2018.
KRMC offers free mammogram program
Breast cancer begins when cells located in the breast start to grow out of control. In time, these abnormal cells can invade other tissues and organs in the body. If not detected and treated in time, breast cancer kills. But, if breast cancer is discovered and treated while the cancer cells are stil
Bake the best pie in Arizona? Enter Rock Springs Cafe contest
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS5) --Do you bake the best pie in Arizona?Rock Springs Café is hosting the “Pie of the Century” contest. Judges will vote on the best pie recipe, but you need to enter the contest by Monday, October 15.The winning pie will be included in the Rock Springs Café pie line-up for one year
CD music format appears to be on death bed, but still showing a pulse
Vinyl recordings end up in the hands of collectors, on shelves at used record stores and vintage shops, and listed on eBay, often selling for multiples of the original price. A rarity in prime condition can fetch more than $100.
Three wanted for using ATV to steal ATM in Arizona
FORT MOHAVE, Ariz. (KTNV) - The Mohave County Sheriff's Office is seeking three wanted for stealing an ATM with an ATV early Wednesday morning.Deputies received a call that an ATM had been stolen from a business in the 5400 block of Highway 95 in Fort Mohave. The sheriff's office said three males we
Homeless ‘Santa’ playing keyboard in exchange for room at the inn
He’s earning his stay in a room at the Ramada Inn, taking him off the streets where he’s been spending most of his nights, thanks to a deal negotiated by Kaylene Purcell, a junior at Lee Williams High School and former server at Canyon 66.
City stockpiles parts to meet utility service demand
NEEDLES — New commercial projects in North Needles require the purchase of five electrical transformers, ancillary parts and equipment for system upgrades.According to the background information provided by city staff, funds have been received from commercial project applicants to cover the cost of