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April 23, 2015 - 12:54pm
Classes for Gifted Children Coming Back to Havasu
Classes for gifted children will be coming back to Lake Havasu City. Elementary school students that are gifted will have the opportunity to transfer to those classes at Starline Elementary. Students who take a test and score within the 97th percentile are eligible for the gifted program. There are also accelerated learning programs for middle and high school students that are available as well. About 4.8 percent of all students in the school district are considered to be gifted.

April 23, 2015 - 12:53pm
Havasu's Oldest Resident Passes Away
A Lake Havasu City resident who got a lot of notoriety has passed away. Lucille “Bucky” Buckner was 106 years old and a local celebrity. Buckner was the oldest resident of Lake Havasu City and her friends say she was always smiling. Buckner resided at the assisted living facility Prestige Care.

April 23, 2015 - 12:52pm
Walk to Honor Linda Chevalier to be Held Saturday
A memorial walk to honor the memory of Linda Chevalier will take place Saturday morning. Chevalier died when Robert James Dodd ran a stop sign during a high speed police chase and crashed into the 66-year-old woman. Chevalier was known for being a tireless advocate for many causes and for leading a very active lifestyle. Chevalier was a “Women Making History” recipient who loved life and loved people. A walk will begin at the flagpole and loop around the trail at Centennial Park beginning at 10:30 am. The family is asking the public to bring a non-perishable food item for St. John’s food pantry, a cause that Chevalier was heavily involved in.

April 23, 2015 - 12:49pm
Woman Arrested for Stealing Ice Chest and Phones
It helps to have the location app on your phone. A man in Havasu who was loading his boat had two cellphones and an ice chest stolen in the Havasu Landing marina across the water on the California side. The man located the phones online and 45-year-old Heather Sevedge was found with the stolen property. Deputies from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office also found several bags of methamphetamine in her possession. She was arrested and transferred to the Colorado River Station Jail.

April 23, 2015 - 12:47pm
Town Hall Education Meetings Scheduled
Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas wants you to know she’s listening. Douglas will be holding several town hall meetings around the state as part of the “We Are Listening” tour. One of those meetings will be held Saturday in Lake Havasu City and another one is taking place today in Kingman. Challenges that face education will be on the agenda and residents are invited to comment. Those comments will then be forwarded to the State Board of Education for possible changes and improvements. Kingman Unified School District Superintendant Roger Jacks is on that state board. Arizona State Senator Kelli Ward will also be participating in the meetings.

April 23, 2015 - 12:46pm
Kingman Man Arrested Following 8-Hour Standoff
65-year-old Victor Franklin Garrett was arrested following an 8-hour standoff in Kingman. The Kingman Police Department responded to a call about shots being fired and a man who had barricaded himself in his home on Arnold Road. Garrett allegedly fired several shots toward a neighbor’s home because he said they were playing loud music and working on their vehicles late at night. The Bomb Squad and Bullhead City Police SWAT Team were on the scene as a precaution, and after deploying gas and diversionary tactics, Garrett came out of the home and was arrested. He’s been charged with disorderly conduct using a weapon.

April 23, 2015 - 11:00am
Adult Book Store Robbed at Knife-Point
The adult bookstore in Fort Mohave was robbed and Mohave County Sheriff’s Deputies are looking for your help in finding the couple who did it. A man who is approximately 6’3 to 6’5 with brown hair and a thin white female with red hair demanded money. The male was wearing black gloves, black clothing and a clown mask, while the female had on a white t-shirt. The male had a knife, but no one was injured in the robbery. Both suspects are considered to be armed and dangerous. If you have any information, you’re urged to call the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office or the Silent Witness Hotline.

April 22, 2015 - 1:04pm
Desert Storm Poker Run and Shootout Gets Underway
The 17th Annual Desert Storm Poker Run and Shootout gets underway today in Lake Havasu City. High performance boats will be racing through the waters near Site Six. It’s the 17th year of the event and there are lots of other things to do as well. The event kicked off today with a “Krusin” for Kids event at the Nautical. You can see the boats up close during the Annual Desert Storm Street Party downtown. There are other events as well, including the Power in the Park Beach Party.

April 22, 2015 - 1:03pm
River Run Means Beefed Up Law Enforcement
The Laughlin River Run kicks off today and runs through the weekend. Not only will police presence be beefed up in Laughlin, but Bullhead City as well. There will be more officers patrolling in order to help deter criminal activity and make it a fun and safe weekend for those attending. A curfew will be in effect for those under the age of 18, both in Arizona and Nevada. There’s also a helmet law in Nevada, while there isn’t one in Arizona. Law enforcement officials would also like you to know that eye protection is mandated and lane splitting is not permitted in Arizona or Nevada. Handlebars that extend beyond the rider’s shoulders is also not legal in Arizona.

April 22, 2015 - 1:00pm
Possible Drunk Driver Hits Councilwoman's Daughter
Another Councilwoman’s daughter has been injured in an accident. Lake Havasu City Councilwoman Jeni Coke’s 18-year-old daughter Taylor was hit head-on by a possible drunk driver. Coke had to be extricated from her Dodge Neon, while 53-year-old William Penn from Desert Hills ran from his Dodge Durango and tried hiding in the bushes. Coke has had surgery for a broken hip and two broken femurs. She’s in a Las Vegas hospital; meanwhile, Penn is in jail for DUI as well as aggravated assault, criminal damage and leaving the scene of an injury accident.

April 22, 2015 - 1:00pm
Accident Leaves Victim with Multiple Injuries
A 66-year-old Kingman woman was seriously injured while driving a considerable distance in the center turn lane. 50-year-old Phillip Regan was driving a flatbed truck, hauling 5-gallon water bottles, when he made a left turn into the same lane. He swerved to avoid Judie Marion Kovarik; however, the head-on crash still left her with considerable injuries. Regan was not injured in the crash. No word on why Kovarik might have been traveling in that lane in the first place.

April 22, 2015 - 12:56pm
Massive Blue Bell Recall in Arizona and Nevada
A massive recall of Blue Bell products is underway, with the company recalling all of their products, following a deadly outbreak of listeria. So far, ten cases of listeria have been reported and the company is trying to figure out how it got into their facilities in the first place. Three people in Kansas have died and there are other confirmed cases in Texas, Oklahoma and Arizona. The recall includes all ice cream and yogurt products, along with sherbet and other frozen snacks. Retail outlets in Arizona and Nevada were specifically listed in the recall.