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December 02, 2016 - 11:51am
Second Annual Half Marathon and 5K Run Takes Place Tomorrow
The second annual Laughlin / Bullhead Half Marathon and 5K will be held this weekend. The half marathon starts at 7am near the Laughlin Junior / Senior High School with the 5K at 8 am, leaving from the Laughlin Outlet Mall. Runners in the 5K will stay on the Nevada side, while half marathon participants will race through both Arizona and Nevada. Traffic will be closed on streets around the area from 7to 9am, including part of Route 163, Needles Highway, Bruce Woodbury Drive and Thomas Edison Drive. More than 500 runners are expected to race. Keep in mind if you’re running that you’ll be going from one time zone to another and back.

December 02, 2016 - 11:49am
Toy Run and Christmas Boat Parade of Lights Tomorrow in Havasu
A couple of Christmas events will take place tomorrow in Lake Havasu City. Expect McCulloch Boulevard to be closed between Acoma and Smoketree tomorrow from 9am to 6pm. The River Riders Motorcycle Club will be bringing toys to town with the 33rd annual Toy Run. Traffic will also be impacted on State Route 95 from Parker to Acoma as motorcycles ride in starting at noon. Then tomorrow evening at 6:30, the 34th annual Christmas Boat Parade of Lights sails through Bridgewater Channel. You can watch from the London Bridge or English Village as well as London Bridge Beach and Rotary Park. It’s sponsored by the London Bridge Yacht Club.

December 02, 2016 - 11:43am
Needles and Kingman to Hold Christmas Celebrations Tomorrow
The City of Needles has its Christmas celebration, Ol’ St. Nick on Route 66 tomorrow in the historic El Garces Harvey House near Santa Fe Park. It starts at 10am with a Lighted Christmas Parade at 5pm. There’s also a Very Merry Parade of Lights tomorrow in Kingman, starting at 7pm on Beale Street. Expect streets to be blocked off both in Kingman and Needles for a short time. Children will be able to visit Santa and sit on his lap at the tree lighting ceremony, after the parade. Then NEXT Saturday, the City of Kingman’s Breakfast with Santa will take place at 8am at the Golden Corral. For more information, contact the City of Kingman’s Parks and Recreation Department.

December 02, 2016 - 11:38am
Fourth Person in Wreck Dies at Hospital
A fourth person has died of serious injuries in connection with a fatal accident in Mohave Valley. The victims’ names have now been released. 81-year-old Margie Naylon of Kingman allegedly went off the road and over-corrected, sending her vehicle across both Southbound Lanes of Highway 95 near Laguna and Courtwright and into the path of oncoming traffic. Naylon’s two other passengers from Kansas also died in the crash when the vehicle flipped over. 49-year-old Ben Robledo of Mohave Valley was taken to a hospital in Las Vegas where he also died from his injuries.

December 01, 2016 - 12:00pm
Kingman Home to be Recognized in Christmas Light TV Show
The owner of a 6,500 square-foot home in Kingman is getting some national recognition. Dave and Marilyn Preston already had thousands of Christmas lights up; however they put up around 100,000 more in order to get a spot on national TV. The Prestons’ home on Shadow Mountain Drive has been decorated for years and they’ve applied for three years in a row in order to be on The Great Christmas Light Fight. The show airs December 5th at 7pm. TV crews filmed the Prestons and their home in early October. Thousands of visitors flock to the home each year to see their annual display of more than 250,000 LED lights, connecting to 57 circuit boxes with 16 pigtail connections each. A computer synchronizes the lights to music that you can tune in while watching the display. The Prestons say their electric bill runs around $700 for the six weeks that the lights are turned on.

December 01, 2016 - 11:57am
Elderly Man Sentenced on Felony Charges Following Crash in 2015
81-year-old William Eugene Shelley was convicted of felony criminal damage and endangerment charges for a crash that took place in July of 2015. . The crash took place about two years after Shelley was released from prison following another accident in 2009. Shelley was also allegedly driving without a driver’s license. Sentencing takes place December 30th.

December 01, 2016 - 11:56am
Fatal Accident in Mohave Valley Claims Three Lives
Three people died yesterday in a two-car crash in Mohave Valley. The accident took place on Highway 95 between Courtwright and Laguna Roads. The names of those involved in the crash have not yet been released. An investigation is still underway. One additional person was taken to a hospital in Las Vegas. The crash involved the two cars hitting head-on.

December 01, 2016 - 11:55am
86-Year-Old Bullhead City Man in Court for Sex Crimes
The trial of an 86-year-old Bullhead City man is underway in a Kingman courtroom. Jose Manuel Nevarez was charged with child molestation, aggravated assault, voyeurism and sexual conduct with a minor under the age of 12. Nevarez’ attorney says the family is trying to get money out of him by accusing him and collecting his Social Security checks.

November 30, 2016 - 11:48am
Christmas Tree Sales Underway in Havasu
Christmas Tree sales are underway in Lake Havasu City. The trees were up as of Sunday, with about 40 sold the first day. It’s put on by the Lake Havasu City Marine Corps League Detachment #757. You can pick out and purchase a tree in the CVS parking lot between noon and 7pm Monday through Friday and 9am to 7pm Saturday and Sunday. The trees are sold based upon height, size and type, starting around $20. The organization is expected to sell out of the 750 trees they’ve ordered in just a few days and once they’re gone, they’re gone. The money goes to benefit a variety of charities as well as help the needy in our community. The sales usually net around $12,000. If you need any information on the Marine Corps League Auxiliary, you can call 928-486-2539.

November 30, 2016 - 11:47am
Truck Pulled Out of Canyon Following Suspicious Fire
A suspicious fire sent Kingman firefighters over the edge of a cliff in the Hualapai Mountains. A truck that was allegedly set on fire was recovered after firefighters first tried fighting the fire in dangerous terrain then let the rest of the engine fire burn itself out. No one knows how the Chevy Avalanche went over the side of the cliff; however, law enforcement officials believe it wasn’t the owner of the truck who sent it sailing over the side. Police say the owner of the truck was a 36-year-old mentally unstable man who tried to jump off the cliff earlier this month in an alleged suicide attempt.

November 30, 2016 - 11:45am
McAtlin Cited Following Death at Lake Havasu High School
McAtlin Electrical Corporation has received three citations totaling $8,500 following the death of one of its employees at Lake Havasu High School earlier this year. 34-year-old Andrew Hayes was killed while installing a portable chiller unit. Hayes, who was a McAtlin employee, was performing electrical maintenance when an explosion came from the mechanical room and Hayes was found unconscious. OSHA reports say McAtlin is contesting the citations. Details of the full investigation have not yet been released.

November 30, 2016 - 09:53am
Frontier to Cut 1,0000 Jobs
Frontier Communications is expected to cut 1,000 jobs nationwide this month. No word yet on how it might affect workers in Lake Havasu City. Frontier says they’re not closing the Lake Havasu City offices, but couldn’t verify whether or not there might be layoffs in the Havasu office. The company says they plan to restructure positions after acquiring Verizon DSL and landline networks in several states. Frontier allegedly lost about 99,000 broadband customers just last quarter.