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June 23, 2017 - 12:52pm
Free Workshops to be Held at KRMC
Free workshops will be offered by the Mohave County Department of Public Health to teens and their parents or legal guardians. The workshops will be focused on teaching life skills such as communication, decision making and health education, in order to improve teens’ quality of life and to help prevent teen pregnancy. According to the Center for Disease Control, there are about 34 teen births per 1,000 young females, age 14 to 19. The Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program wants to help educate youth and their families on the body as well as necessary skills to prevent teen pregnancy. The workshops will be held at Kingman Regional Medical Center today from 4 to 8 pm and tomorrow from 10am to 2pm. For more information, call 928-753-0794, extension 4070 or email

June 23, 2017 - 12:49pm
Heat Affects Emergency Helicopter Services
Flights in and out of Laughlin / Bullhead International Airport as well as Phoenix had cancellations this week due to the heat and temperatures in the Tri-State, and that’s also affecting emergency services. A trauma patient from Lake Havasu City had to be transported by ambulance after a helicopter cancelled flight due to the extreme heat. Some helicopter operators won’t fly above temperatures of 115 degrees, as the factory states that you take a huge risk if you exceed the standard operating conditions on any flight.

June 23, 2017 - 12:46pm
DNA Testing to Be Conducted on Baby, Possible Parents
DNA testing is underway for a baby that was left at a church in Las Vegas and a Mohave County couple who are in a Kingman jail. Nicholios Nealy and Octavia Jackson denied that she had a daughter in February after their other three children were removed from the home and placed into protective custody. The parents are facing felony charges of perjury and custodial interference. No word yet on whether or not the people caring for the baby during that time will face charges.

June 23, 2017 - 10:40am
Kingman Teen Drowns at Lake Mead
A Kingman teen drown last weekend at the Lake Mead National Recreation Area. The body of 18-year-old Austin Reed was found not far from where he disappeared while swimming at Gregg’s Hideout. Search and Rescue crews on land and water searched the area before a dive team got involved. The exact cause of death is still under investigation by the Mohave County Medical Examiner’s Office. Reed was not wearing a life jacket.

June 21, 2017 - 1:21pm
Volunteers Needed for Backpack Buddies
Volunteers are needed for this year’s Backpack Buddies “Dress Kids for Success” program, hosted by the BHHS Legacy Foundation and Legacy Connection and the Mohave Valley Clothe A Child Foundation. The program gives elementary school students who qualify a new pair of shoes, plus socks and undergarments and a backpack that contains school supplies, school uniform shirts and personal hygiene items. Children will be chosen from Bullhead City, Mohave Valley, Desert Star Academy, Mohave Accelerated Learning Center, or MALC, as well as schools in Laughlin, Needles and Topock, plus area Head Start centers. Volunteers would be working on-site, either as station attendants for the supplies, assistants for the day or as personal shoppers. The events take place July 17th through 20th at Mohave High School and August 8th and 9th in Mohave Valley. To sign up, visit

June 21, 2017 - 1:20pm
Meadview Man Admits to Fraud
A 34-year-old Meadview man is in custody after allegedly using the social security number of a 75-year-old woman and opening accounts in her name, without her knowledge or consent. Michael Vernon Lay told Mohave County Sheriff’s Deputies that he wrote a letter to the woman after she confronted him. In the letter, he allegedly admitted to opening up a PayPal account and several credit cards, charging nearly $4,000 in fraudulent activity. Lay had been hired to do work in the victim’s home before the incident took place.

June 21, 2017 - 1:16pm
Another Boating Accident Takes Place in Havasu
An injury accident took place on the water in Lake Havasu yesterday, near Havasu Palms, and three people are lucky to be alive. 56-year-old Larry Allen Guillen of Huntington Beach, California was operating a 36-foot Skater vessel at speeds up to possibly 100 miles per hour, when he made a hard left turn, ejecting himself and two passengers, 40-year-old Bradley Stewart and 28-year-old Anthony Nelson, both residents of Havasu. The other two sustained minor injuries, while Guillen suffered a severe laceration to the head. Everyone was wearing life jackets and the operator of the powerboat was wearing a safety cutoff lanyard, which cut the power to the boat during the accident. The incident is under investigation; however Mohave County Sheriff’s Deputies say alcohol does not seem to be a factor in the crash.

June 21, 2017 - 1:14pm
Warning About Suspicious Packages
The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents in the Tri-State not to touch anything they might see as a suspicious package on their property. A suspicious package that was left in the driveway at a residence in the Desert Hills area near Havasu turned out to be a real bomb. The resident said they didn’t think they had any enemies. The package looked like an M-80and was deactivated by members of the Lake Havasu City Police Department’s Bomb Squad. The incident is still under investigation. If you do see a suspicious package, call the authorities right away and keep your distance from it.

June 20, 2017 - 2:44pm
Food For Families to Hold Grand Opening Tomorrow
The Food for Families Food Bank, along with the City of Bullhead City is inviting you to their ribbon cutting and grand opening tomorrow at 4pm. It will take place at the Food for Families Community Food Bank Warehouse, at 590 Hancock Road in Bullhead City. Mayor Tom Brady will join other members of the Bullhead City Council in order to dedicate the building and cut the ribbon. Refreshments will be served afterwards. If you have any question about the facility or the ceremony, please call 928-763-0122.

June 20, 2017 - 2:43pm
More Fogging Tonight
Fogging will take place again tonight in certain areas around Mohave Valley. Residents are asked to stay inside with their windows closed and air conditioning turned off. You should also cover pools, birdbaths, spas, children’s play equipment, plants and pet dishes if you’re in the area where the spraying will occur. Be sure to bring in your pets and wear long sleeves if you need to be outside. If you are exposed to the chemicals, wash it off and also be sure to wash any fruits and vegetables that have been exposed to the spray.

June 20, 2017 - 2:42pm
Some Flights Cancel Due to Hot Temperatures
An excessive heat warning is still in place for the entire Tri-State temperatures are expected to reach as high as possibly 128 today in Bullhead City. If you need to cool off, you can do that at the Senior Center in Bullhead City, The Suddenlink Center or the American Legion Post 60 in Laughlin as well as the Colorado River Food Bank. There are also city government buildings in Havasu and Needles where you can also take refuge from the heat. Keep in mind that some flights out of Phoenix have been cancelled for today. There are no known scheduling issues with flights out of Laughlin / Bullhead International Airport; however, that could change as temperatures go up above 118 degrees.

June 20, 2017 - 2:41pm
Fires Under Investigation
A couple of fires that may have been started by illegal fireworks is being investigated by the Bullhead City Fire Department. One of the fires caught some brush near a casino, while a second one ended up igniting a structure on River Glen Drive. Fire units were on the scene for several hours after they put the fire out. Fire crews were called out to put out another fire on Sandy Beach Drive that consumed the garage and rear portion of the home. No word yet on what started that fire; however investigators are searching through clues. The Fire Department would like to remind homeowners that brush must be cleared from their property and that fireworks are illegal in Arizona except for certain fireworks that can be set off between June 24th and July 6th.