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January 30, 2015 - 1:31pm
Rummage Sale This Saturday at Lake Havasu High School
Thereís a big rummage sale this weekend and the proceeds will help the Lake Havasu High School Educational tour Group as they travel to Costa Rica this summer. The trip will include a crocodile jungle safari boat cruise, a tour of the Santa Elene Cloud Forest, kayaking and more. The rummage sale will be held Saturday from 7 to 1 in the high school cafeteria. There will be lots of household items and small appliances, furniture, books, electronics, toys, clothing and more.

January 30, 2015 - 1:29pm
Superbowl Sunday
There are plenty of places to watch the Superbowl this Sunday. About 110 million people are expected to tune in to NBC as the Seattle Seahawks take on the New England Patriots in Phoenix. In Kingman, Canyon 66, Time Out Tavern, Cerbat Lanes, Chiliís and The Dambar Steakhouse, among others will have the game on, along with specials on food and drinks. Plenty of casinos in Laughlin will also have all the action, along with Bullhead City and Lake Havasu.

January 30, 2015 - 1:28pm
Relay For Life Gearing Up
Relay for Life is coming up in May in Bullhead City, benefitting the American Cancer Society, and they are now looking for people who want to participate. A spokesperson says theyíre looking for people to register their teams or join an existing team. The event also benefits American Cancer Society research, education and training as well as patient advocacy.

January 30, 2015 - 1:28pm
Vaping Still Dangerous, Experts Say
Health officials in California are saying the electronic cigarettes pose a health threat, just as regular cigarettes do. Health advocates across the country are seeking a tighter rein on ďvapingĒ as the cigarettes are more widely accepted. The California Department of Public Health says they arenít as dangerous as traditional cigarettes, but theyíre not harmless either. A report says the e-cigarettes emit cancer-causing chemicals as smokers get hooked on the nicotine, but without the tar.

January 30, 2015 - 1:27pm
New Animal Shelter Talks Underway
A new animal shelter has been on the list of ways to spend the remainder of a sales tax that is set to expire in the next few years. Advocates of the new shelter wanted to be sure that officials didnít forget about it while they talked about an extension to the current Mohave County Courthouse, which will cost more than $20 million to remodel and expand. One idea that came up was to use the abandoned jail for the new animal shelter, instead of doing an expensive demolition. Some say it would not make a decent animal shelter because of noise and upgrades that would be needed. Another option was to use a facility in Golden Valley for that purpose. Talks are still underway about the best course of action.

January 30, 2015 - 1:26pm
Measles Outbreak Affects Arizona
Health experts are saying a measles outbreak that started at Disneyland and California Adventure has about 95 people with the measles in California, Arizona and a couple of other states. There are normally only about 60 cases in the U.S. each year that usually originate from outside of the country. Health officials are watching about 1,000 people who may have been affected. They say there are at least 7 in Arizona. If you do have the measles, they say you should stay at home for 21 days or wear a mask when you do go out.

January 30, 2015 - 1:25pm
Controlled Burn Today in Hualapais
The BLM fire crews will be burning slash piles in the area of Pine Lake subdivision in the Hualapai Mountains today, if thereís e3nough moisture to maintain safe burning conditions. No burning will be done, however, near the communications sites.

January 30, 2015 - 1:24pm
Man Arrested Who Wouldn't Leave Hospital
A 31-year-old California man was arrested when he wouldnít leave the hospital. Joshua Moulton was treated at Havasu Regional Medical Center in the emergency room. He was apparently swearing and yelling at hospital staff and security until police arrived, then he argued with them and used profane language toward the officers before being transported to the jail.

January 30, 2015 - 1:23pm
Hand Sanitizer Lands Man in Jail
A man who was using hand sanitizer has been arrested. 37-year-old Luis Ramirez of Lake Havasu said he accidentally sprayed it in his friendís eyes. His friend then hit him in the face and Ramirez pushed back. Police say the friend had a small injury on his back and lip, but Ramirez says it was all a misunderstanding. Ramirez already had a valid warrant, so he was taken to the Lake Havasu Jail.

January 29, 2015 - 4:35pm
24th Lighthouse Installed in Havasu
Bruce Howe of Lake Havasu City and the Lighthouse Club of Havasu dedicated a new lighthouse on the islandís west side, near the lake. Itís one of 24 lighthouses around the lake. Lighthouses typically cost about $1,000 each and last for about 12 years, with batteries keeping them lit for about 4 years. The club says itís increasingly harder to create funds to keep maintaining the lighthouses. The Lighthouse Club says each one helps guide boaters and aids in navigation to those out on the lake after dark. Each of the lighthouses is a replica of lighthouses from around the world.

January 29, 2015 - 4:30pm
Car Charging Facility Opens in Needles
A new car-charging facility has opened in Needles. The Tesla charging facility is located at the Shell gas station, along with Dairy Queen, Orange Julius and Subway, off the West Broadway Exit on I-40. Needles Chamber President-Elect Joe Jones is hoping this brings more traffic to the city. The charging station is free and is the only one like it between Barstow and Kingman.

January 29, 2015 - 4:29pm
Oro Grande Elementary Principal Resigns
The Principal at Oro Grande Elementary in Lake Havasu has announced his resignation. Pat Wolfe says he sent a letter to parents, saying he will always love the school and leading for four years has been an honor and a privilege. He says he plans to go on to be a political advocate for public education in Arizona.