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April 29, 2016 - 12:05pm
Desert Storm Poker Run and Shootout Take Place this Weekend
Lots of activities are taking place this weekend in the Tri-State and Lake Havasu City is no exception. The 18th Annual Desert Storm Poker Run and Shootout is already underway, with boats lined up on McCulloch Boulevard downtown. You can also head down to the lake to watch high-powered, high-speed boats compete in the Desert Storm Shootout. The Desert Storm Street Party took place last night.

April 29, 2016 - 12:04pm
Fun Run Takes Place in Kingman
The 7th annual Route 66 Fun Run takes place this weekend in Kingman. It’s sponsored by the Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona, with money raised going back into scholarships in order to help students attend Mohave Community College. People come from all around the world to attend the event, which features a Route 66 Scholarship Dinner and Auction as well as a country barbecue with cocktails and music from the band The Aces. You can purchase tickets for $35 at the Route 66 Gift Shop or the Kingman Powerhouse and seating is limited. The Fun Run takes place today through May 1st, with events all over Kingman, Topock, Golden Shores and Seligman during the 140-mile parade of classic and custom cars. The entry fee for the Fun Run is only $50 in advance or $55 after today. For more information on the Fun Run or the dinner and auction, visit azrt66.com or call 928-753-5001.

April 29, 2016 - 12:03pm
Highway to Havasu Opens This Weekend
The Highway to Havasu movie is opening up this weekend in Lake Havasu City. It will be on the big screen for one week, before cast and crew members head to an after party at Kokomo’s. The movie’s red carpet event takes place tonight at 7, with the screening at 8:15. Actors then take to the road on a 35-city tour. The film has already won two awards at the Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival. It took home Best Comedy Film and the People’s Choice Award.

April 29, 2016 - 12:02pm
Law Enforcement Officials Ask for Help in Locating Mission Woman
The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in locating a woman who has been missing for nearly a year. Nancy Rae Hartz disappeared in June of last year after meeting 69-year-old Robert Lawson Carnochan through an online dating site. Carnochan, who is from Canada, has allegedly been living in the United States illegally and has allegedly been stealing the identity of women in Lake Havasu City as well as Yucca. He’s been charged with forgery and identity theft. If you have any information on the whereabouts of Nancy Hartz, you’re asked to call the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office at 928-753-0755.

April 29, 2016 - 10:28am
Teachers, School Board Come to Temporary Agreement
The Lake Havasu City Unified School District Board came to an agreement with staff members and teachers, at least temporarily. The board has agreed to pay the difference in insurance premiums for the next year, which would also cover dependents. Salaries, however, would be frozen during the 2016-17 school year. Proposition 123 is on the table, as well as a possible bond that would help cover the rising cost of health insurance premiums. Another meeting will be held on May 23rd in order to discuss budget and the public is invited to attend. Teachers and staff members have been asking for higher salaries to help cover the cost of medical benefits for their families. Two elementary school principals have also recently tendered their resignations.

April 28, 2016 - 12:33pm
Walmart to Break Ground on New Supercenter This Summer
Walmart has announced that it’s finally going to break ground on the new Walmart Supercenter. The ground breaking takes place this summer, nearly two years after its projected date of 2014. The new center will be located at Highway 95 and Hammer Lane. Walmart was waiting for Valley View Medical Center’s parent company to grant the Arizona Department of Transportation the right of way for 288 square feet of space in the area. The store is set to open in summer, 2017.

April 28, 2016 - 12:32pm
Special Curfew Set Up for Laughlin River Run
With the Laughlin River Run underway, law enforcement officials in Bullhead City remind teens and their parents about local curfew hours. Children under the age of 14 are not allowed to be out from 10pm to 5am without a parent or legal guardian. Over the age of 13, the curfew is midnight to 5am during the week and 1am to 5am on the weekends. In Laughlin, a special curfew has been set up during the Laughlin River Run. Anyone under the age of 18 without a parent or legal guardian will not be allowed out from 6pm to 5am, including inside casinos or on Casino Drive. San Bernardino County Sheriff’s deputies in Needles will also be enforcing the regular curfew of 10pm to 6am.

April 28, 2016 - 12:31pm
Principals Resign in Havasu; School District Board Meeting Called This Afternoon
Principals at two of Lake Havasu City’s schools have turned in their resignations. Tami Roth, Principal at Nautilus Elementary School and Pat Wolfe of Oro Grande Elementary has decided to leave. Meanwhile, the Lake Havasu Unified School District Governing board will be holding a special session this afternoon to discuss compensation packages and staff contracts for next year’s school year. Staff members have been campaigning for higher salaries, especially due to the rise in costs for medical benefits next year. Today’s meeting takes place at the school district’s office on Havasupai Boulevard at 4pm in Building C.

April 28, 2016 - 12:30pm
Helicopter Rescue Takes Place in Hualapais
A helicopter rescue was needed in order to help a woman who fell off an ATV on a steep cliff. A man and woman were riding to the top of the ridge on Devil’s Dip in the Hualapai Mountains, when the ATV flipped over on top of them. The man was able to right the vehicle and drive to get help. Because of the steep terrain, the crash site couldn’t be easily reached in emergency vehicles and it wasn’t safe to try to transport her back across the terrain due to the nature of her injuries. Emergency personnel remind you not to ride double on an ATV that’s made for a single rider and to be sure to wear a helmet, goggles and gloves. You should also be aware of terrain that’s unfamiliar or not safe for travel.

April 28, 2016 - 11:00am
Cause of Death Discovered for Bullhead City Man
The cause of death for a man whose body was discovered in a wash near Gloria Avenue in Bullhead City has been identified. The remains of 45-year-old Joseph Francis Campbell of Morongo Valley, California was found by construction workers. The Mohave County Medical Examiner’s office says the cause of death appeared to be an accidental drug overdose. Campbell was involved in a motorcycle accident and fled from law enforcement officials before he disappeared. He had a warrant for his arrest after leaving the scene of an accident and driving on a suspended driver’s license. His passenger, 23-year-old Cody William Advocate, was Campbelll’s nephew and was arrested for failing to pay fines and failing to appear in court.

April 27, 2016 - 12:15pm
Laughlin River Run Kicks off Today
The Laughlin River Run kicks off today and extra law enforcement officers will be on the job today through Sunday, both in Bullhead City and Laughlin. About 30,000 to 35,000 motorcycles will roll into town for the 5-day event. Agencies on both sides of the river are working together to help make sure there are no major problems and to ensure safety measures are followed. Highway 95 is projected to be heavily congested over the next few days. Law enforcement officials remind you that lane-splitting is not allowed in Arizona or Nevada and helmets are a requirement in Nevada and California for each rider. Eye protection is required when you ride in Nevada or Arizona. You’re also urged to drink plenty of water and to remember not to drink and drive. Police, State Highway Patrol and other agencies will be fully staffed and enforcing their state’s driving laws.

April 27, 2016 - 12:12pm
Man Indicted on Burglary and Other Charges
29-year-old David Leander Hickle has been indicted by a Mohave County Grand Jury on eight felony charges. Hickle is accused of first-degree burglary, trafficking in stolen property, theft and misconduct involving a weapon. When police attempted to pull over the ATV he was driving without a license plate, Hickle ran from them. When they arrested him, he was also found with marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Drug charges and charges of unlawful flight from law enforcement officers were added. Hickle will be arraigned on Friday.