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July 31, 2015 - 12:54pm
Realtor Olympics Gives Back to Charities in Havasu
Thousands of dollars was raised for local charities in the Lake Havasu City area following a “Realtor Olympics,” put on by the Realtor’s Association of Lake Havasu City. A variety of tournaments were held, which included bingo, golf, bunko, shooting tournaments and more. The events have been going on since January.

July 31, 2015 - 12:53pm
"Lucky" Cat to Soon be Adopted
The cat who was found alive in a sunken boat is getting a lot of publicity. The cat has been renamed “Lucky” by members of the Humane Society. A boat that sunk in Lake Havasu City was pulled up and after it was drained, a cat was found inside a panel. Experts say it probably caught a pocket of air and somehow survived for about an hour underwater. It’s now up for adoption, but workers say someone may have claimed it already. The original owners are believed to have been in Orange County, California, but have not yet come forward.

July 31, 2015 - 12:49pm
Applications Ready Tomorrow for London Bridge Days Parade
Applications will be ready for this year’s London Bridge Days parade starting tomorrow. This year’s theme is “Remembering Havasu’s First Businesses”. The Chamber of Commerce will be honored in the parade, as they celebrate their 45th anniversary in Lake Havasu City. You can pick up an application to be in the parade starting tomorrow or visit HavasuChamber. Applications will also be available at the Lake Havasu Chamber of Commerce offices on London Bridge Road. The parade itself takes place October 31st at 10am. For more information, call Tobin at 928-486-6884.

July 31, 2015 - 12:47pm
Golden Valley Fire Started by a Snake
The power outage last weekend in Golden Valley has been blamed on a snake. About 720 UniSource customers were without power for about two hours after a bull snake got into the equipment at a substation. The snake was apparently targeting a bird’s nest when it was electrocuted, causing the outage.

July 31, 2015 - 12:46pm
Trash Catches Fire in Birdland; Ruled Suspicious
A fire in the Birdland area of Kingman has been ruled suspicious in nature. A large pile of trash caught fire, sending flames 25 feet into the air. The fire was the second one at the same home in a few weeks’ time. No structures were damaged, but investigators are looking into the cause of the fire after some of the residents have been unwilling to pay for sanitation service or haul their trash away, while other residents have been helping in the cleanup efforts.

July 31, 2015 - 12:45pm
Kingman Man Arrested After Wielding Knife
A Kingman man was arrested after he allegedly wielded a knife, asking his girlfriend for money. The 21-year-old woman says she was holding their 8-month old baby when he hugged them so tight that the baby started crying and also grabbed her by the throat and pushed her onto the bed. She says he returned a short time later holding a knife and accusing her of slashing his tires. 22-year-old Robert Preston Wade Jr. faces charges of aggravated assault on a minor by domestic violence as well as disorderly conduct involving a weapon.

July 31, 2015 - 12:43pm
Spontaneous Combustion Started Valle Vista Fire
The fire in Valle Vista that destroyed a garage has been determined to have been started by combustion from rags that were full of oil. Northern Arizona Consolidated firefighters say the garage was already fully engulfed, just two minutes after the call came in. A motorcycle and an ATV in the garage were destroyed, but no other structures burned, thanks to firefighters. Fire officials offer these tips to avoid spontaneous combustion: wash the rags or soak them in water or a container that limits oxygen if there’s oil present. If you can wash them, do so in hot water and dry them at normal temperatures then remove them from the dryer immediately. Don’t mix hair care and nail care items when washing or drying them, as the products can easily cause spontaneous combustion when mixed.

July 31, 2015 - 12:42pm
Prosecutor Says Rector Denied Disclosure
The prosecutor in the case involving 27-year-old Justin James Rector says Rector’s attorney deliberately denied his client disclosure about the case. He said the state is concerned that the man accused of killing 8-year-old Bella Grogan-Canella has not yet seen the evidence against him, including crime scene information and photographs from the autopsy. Rector’s attorney, Gerald Gavin, said it needs to be done with privacy and he’s working on an arrangement with the jail commander on setting up a meeting. In the meantime, Gavin has asked for a laptop for his client. The prosecutor, who says the request should be denied by Judge Lee Jantzen, is seeking the death penalty.

July 30, 2015 - 1:14pm
Golden Valley Firefighters Run 5k in Full Gear
Firefighters from Golden Valley decided to do a 5k, but a little bit different. They ran in their full firefighter gear. They decided on the Fourth Annual Hearts 911 5k Run in Flagstaff. That 5k was organized to benefit the Shadows Foundation, an organization that provides heart screenings and wellness programs for first responders in Northern Arizona. The gear itself weighed more than 63 pounds.

July 30, 2015 - 1:12pm
Mohave County 7th Easiest Place to Get Home Loan
If you’re in the market for a home, Mohave County is the place to live. It was recently rated the 7th easiest place in Arizona to be approved for a mortgage. The cost of real estate in the county is a big plus in getting a loan. Maricopa County was rated first in Arizona

July 30, 2015 - 1:12pm
Donations Needed for Military and Veterans
Donations are being accepted by independent insurance agents who are trying to help our military, both at home and abroad. Packages are being put together by an organization called Packages from Home. They’re for both deployed military personnel and veterans who need help. Some of the veterans include those who are homeless, in transition or who have a risk of becoming homeless. Until August 15th, you can drop off some of these items that are needed: packaged foods such as top ramen, nuts, crackers, slim jims and coffee and drink mix packets; games such as cards, dominoes, ping pong paddles and balls and DVDs; and toiletries such as travel-sized powders, tissues, toothbrushes and toothpaste, shaving cream, hand sanitizer, lip balm and band-aids. They are also in need of t-shirts and boxers. Items can be dropped off at the Mahoney Group on Beverly Avenue in Kingman or Riata Dental. For more information, visit mahoneygroup.com.

July 30, 2015 - 1:10pm
Lack of Teachers an Issue in Arizona
School started today in Kingman and a lack of teachers is being felt not only in the Mohave County area, but all across Arizona. There are more than 1,000 teacher positions open and many school districts are trying to fill those positions and even offering a signing bonus for certain teaching positions. School officials say many teachers will also be retiring within the next five years, escalating the problem. Some say lower salaries in Arizona creates a higher turnover and more positions going unfilled.