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October 09, 2015 - 2:08pm
Oktoberfest Starts Today in Bullhead City
Oktoberfest, also known as Slab-o-Rama, kicks off today at Rotary Park in Bullhead City. The event is sponsored by the Rotary club and features traditional German food as well as a rib cookoff, sanctioned by the Kansas City Barbeque Society. More than a dozen teams will be competing for prize money and the title of best barbeque in categories such as ribs, chicken, pork, brisket, appetizers, sausage and even desserts. The winner gets a $10,000 check. Tickets to attend the sampling as well as beverage tickets are available for purchase and the money will be put back into the rotary club for future projects to benefit the community. The event takes place from 5 to 9pm Friday and 10am to 9pm on Saturday.

October 09, 2015 - 2:06pm
Girls Day Out Event Takes Place Tomorrow
Cameron Broadcasting is holding what’s being called the biggest shopping event of the year. Radio personalities from The Knack, K-Flag, Lucky 98 and KAAA / KZZZ will be hosting the Girls Day Out event, with over 5,000 people expected to attend. It takes place at the E-Center at the Edgewater Hotel Casino in Laughlin tomorrow from 10am to 4pm. The event will feature activities for children and adults as well as a large variety of vendor booths. This year is the biggest event in the history of Cameron Broadcasting’s Girls Day Out, with more than 80 vendor booths, selling goods and services. The radio stations will also be giving out trips, concert tickets and more. There is no charge to attend Girls Day Out.

October 09, 2015 - 2:06pm
Bullhead City Man Wanted in Stabbing
Police in Bullhead City are trying to find a man who allegedly stabbed another man. 30-year-old Bryan Matthew Sanquist is wanted for the stabbing of the man who allegedly assaulted his girlfriend. The victim was treated and released at Western Arizona Regional Medical Center. If you have any information on the whereabouts of Sanquist, you’re asked to call the Bullhead City Police Department at 928-763-1999.

October 09, 2015 - 2:05pm
T-Mobile Users' Data Compromised
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office is warning T-Mobile users of a possible breach in their data. More than 350,000 Arizona residents may have been affected by a breach that exposed their personal information to about 15 million people. Officials say hackers broke into the Experian database and got information on T-Mobile’s customers as well as potential customers whom have applied for service with the phone carrier. That data includes social security numbers, date of birth, driver’s license, passport and military ID numbers, along with names and addresses. If you think you might be affected, officials say you should place a fraud alert on your credit report or even freeze your credit report and be sure to monitor your information for possible changes.

October 09, 2015 - 2:04pm
Shooting Takes Place at NAU
A shooting took place early this morning at Northern Arizona University, leaving one student dead and 3 others wounded. The shooter was identified as 18-year-old Steven Jones. Authorities say he pulled out a gun and opened fire during a fight between a couple of different student groups. Classes have not been cancelled and police are still investigating the incident. There’s no word yet on the condition of those who were taken to area hospitals.

October 08, 2015 - 1:01pm
Young Eagles Taking Off Again this Weekend
The Young Eagles program is accepting signups for kids who want to go up in a small airplane this weekend. Kids ages 8 – 18 will need a parent or guardian there to sign a release, then go up over the skies of Kingman in an airplane. The program is put on by the Experimental Aircraft Assocation at 4640 Flight Line Drive in Kingman and will take place Saturday from 9am to 1pm. If you’d like to sign up or get more information, call 928-757-7742.

October 08, 2015 - 1:00pm
Students to Showcase Welding Skills
Welding Thunder 2015 is coming up – an opportunity for Mohave Community College students to showcase their skills. The competition takes place tomorrow from 9 to 5 and again Saturday from 10 am to 2pm. Eight welding teams will be coming from all over in order to compete against other teams from different high schools and colleges in the Tri-State. You can attend the free event, which will feature vendors, entertainment and food, with a classic car show on Saturday. You’re asked to bring your own chairs to the event. Teams will have 8 hours to read blueprints and construct a picnic table and grill. The next day, they will add a secret component to their product and then use it to cook and serve lunch to the judges.

October 08, 2015 - 12:59pm
Pet Parade and Costume Contest Coming October 24th
Cameron Broadcasting is teaming up with Tractor Supply Company to bring you the Howl-O-Ween Pet Costume Paw-Rade. It takes place Saturday, October 24th from 11am to 2pm. There will be goodie bags for the first 50 contestants who register with drawings for a doggie basket and 50/50 tickets for sale. The event will benefit the Mohave County Sheriff’s K-9 Unit. If you’d like to sponsor the event, or you need more information, call Eva Corbett at 928-758-8464.

October 08, 2015 - 12:59pm
Haggen Pharmacy Already Closed in Havasu
Although Haggen grocery in Lake Havasu City is scheduled to close on November 24th, its pharmacy has already ceased operations. Members of the Mohave County Workforce Development Division are already working with former and current employees and managers in order to minimize the impact on those whom have lost or will be losing their jobs. Many of the employees were employed by Albertson’s. Haggen is suing Albertson’s for $1 billion, saying they tried to sabotage their expansion and Albertson’s is suing Haggen, saying they didn’t pay for their inventory when they purchased the Albertson’s location. Haggen has also filed for a Chapter 11 bankruptcy and is in the process of consolidating their locations.

October 08, 2015 - 12:58pm
Dolan Springs Man Charged After Allegedly Hitting Man in Face with Pipe
A 29-year-old Dolan Springs man is facing felony charges of aggravated assault after allegedly hitting another man in the face with a pipe. Justin Wayne Thompson is accused of causing bruising and a broken nose to a 22-year-old man. The man, who blacked out after the incident, said he didn’t know Thompson. He was taken to Kingman Regional Medical Center and Thompson was arrested. Thompson was jailed on a previous conviction of theft and was on probation at the time of his arrest.

October 08, 2015 - 12:57pm
Dodd in Court This Week for Murder Trial
The man who is accused of killing 66-year-old Kingman resident Linda Chevalier last year during a high speed chase is in court this week for his murder trial. 43-year-old Robert James Dodd was allegedly outrunning law enforcement when he ran a stop sign, running into Chevalier’s vehicle. She died a few hours later at Kingman Regional Medical Center. Dodd has served jail time already for a previous incident where he was accused of fleeing law enforcement officers. He’s also accused of being under the influence of methamphetamine when the accident took place.

October 07, 2015 - 2:52pm
Concert Season Begins Tomorrow
The Colorado River Concert Association will be celebrating their 40 years in the Tri-State. The season officially opens tomorrow, with performances in the Mohave High School Performing Arts Center. Season tickets are available at a cost of $60, which includes all four performances. Sponsors also help with the cost of the shows. The non-profit organization features a variety of musical styles and you can get more information or buy tickets by visiting their web site at