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November 24, 2015 - 12:03pm
Christmas Tree Festival Starts Today
The 14th annual Christmas Tree Festival starts this week at the Lake Havasu Museum of History. 18 Christmas trees are decorated and will be on display through New Year’s Day. The annual Party Among the Trees takes place December 9th and one of the trees will be raffled off. The trees were decorated by local residents as well as organizations such as the United Arts Council and the Western Arizona Humane Society.

November 24, 2015 - 12:02pm
Havasu Police Asking for Help in Fighting Crime
The Lake Havasu City Police Department is launching a campaign in order to help fight crime in the community. As an added security measure, law enforcement officials are asking you to contact the police department if you see any suspicious activity of any kind. Incidents will be reported to the Arizona Counter-Terrorism Information Center, which is made up of local, state and federal law enforcement agencies, fire departments and military intelligence. If you do see something suspicious, you’re asked not to get involved or confront the individual or group, but to call the police at 928-855-4111.

November 24, 2015 - 12:01pm
More than 500 Thanksgiving Dinners Delivered to Needy Families
Over 500 Thanksgiving dinners were delivered to families through the Food for Families Bullhead City Food Bank. The donations came from places like the Aquarius, the Colorado Belle and Edgewater, Harrah’s, Golden Nugget, River Fund and the BHHS Legacy Foundation. The program is part of the St. Mary’s Food Alliance, which gathers and distributes food to needy families.

November 24, 2015 - 12:00pm
Sheriff's Office Looking for Help in Identifying Suspicious Man
The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in finding a man who’s been preying on students in Kingman. The suspect is described as an African American male in his early 20’s, about 5’11 and thin with a shaved head, last wearing black basketball shorts and a blue and orange hoodie. The suspect allegedly followed a female student home from Cerbat Elementary School and tried to grab at her. He was also seen following a group of young girls near N. Roosevelt Street and Snavely Avenue. If you have any information, you’re asked to call the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office at 928-753-0753 or the Silent Witness Hotline at 928-753-1234.

November 24, 2015 - 11:59am
Bookkeeper Could Face 10 Years in Prison
A bookkeeper for the Willow Valley Club Association has been charged with felony theft and forgery and pleaded not guilty in a Mohave County Superior Court. 62-year-old Julie Ann Cutting has been under investigation from the Internal Revenue Service. Cutting allegedly took more than $115,000 over a 10-year period. She’s allegedly been employed by the association for more than 13 years and was making $22 per hour. If convicted, Cutting could be facing up to 10 years in prison.

November 24, 2015 - 11:59am
Woman Arrested for Spray Painting Husband's Car
A woman who spray painted her husband’s car has been arrested. Mohave County Sheriff’s deputies say 36-year-old Priscilla Jean Nulsen of Dolan Springs was intoxicated when she spray painted words on the trunk and driver’s side door of his vehicle. The 34-year-old victim said he took her keys away because he didn’t want her to drive while intoxicated. That’s when she started yelling and grabbed the spray paint. Nulsen was charged with criminal damage per domestic violence.

November 23, 2015 - 12:47pm
Volunteers Needed to Delivier Thanksgiving Dinners
About 100 volunteers are needed in order to help deliver Thanksgiving meals to homebound seniors this Thursday in Kingman. If you can help, come to the Gardens Rehab and Care Center beginning at 10am to pick up the meals. The center will also be looking for volunteers for meal delivery on Christmas.

November 23, 2015 - 12:47pm
Thanksgiving Dinners Ready to Go to Needy Families
76 Thanksgiving dinners will be provided to needy families with children this year, thanks to the Bullhead City Noon Kiwanis Club. They got together over the weekend at a hangar at Sun Valley Airpark in order to put the packages together for distribution. Each package includes a large turkey, a five-pound bag of potatoes, stuffing mix, sweet potatoes, vegetables, gravy, flour, sugar and a pumpkin pie. Since some of the families don’t have access to stoves or ovens in order to cook, meals will be provided to those families who live in temporary housing or motels, thanks to the help of Perkins in Bullhead City and Denny’s in Needles. Those families will get food and snacks that don’t require cooking or refrigeration. The dinners will be dropped off over the next few days before Thanksgiving.

November 23, 2015 - 12:44pm
Pipe Bomb Explodes; Police Looking for Suspects
A pipe bomb exploded on Friday after someone saw smoke in the Diamond Drive area of Bullhead City. It was set off in a vacant lot and damaged a mobile home that was located not far from the explosion. No one was injured, but detectives are trying to figure out who set it off and why. If you have any information, you’re asked to call the Bullhead City Police Department at 928-763-1999 or you can call the Silent Witness hotline.

November 23, 2015 - 12:43pm
Capozzi Denied Bail Amount in Attempted Murder Case
A 39-year-old man has been denied a bail amount set in his case. William Joseph Capozzi Jr. allegedly shot a man in the back and a woman in the foot. The two were the parents of a girl whom Capozzi allegedly molested. Officials say Capozzi is a threat to the community and especially to the girl and her parents, who survived the attack. The parents had filed an order of protection from Capozzi, who was standing at their gate when they returned home. Capozzi was charged with attempted first-degree murder, aggravated assault, discharge of a firearm and sexual conduct with a minor under 12 in a separate case. The attempted murder case is expected to begin December 8th.

November 23, 2015 - 12:43pm
Former Kingman Employee Accused of Fraud and Theft
The Kingman employee who has been under investigation has now officially been accused of fraud and theft. An affidavit that was sealed has been opened by a Superior Court judge says 59-year-old Diane Maxine Richards of Kingman allegedly took more than $300,000 from the city. Richards has been under investigation by the Arizona Attorney General’s Office as well as the Department of Homeland Security. Richards allegedly transferred more than $305,000 from the City of Kingman’s employee benefit trust bank account to her personal accounts in order to pay off her credit cards and to gamble. Records, computers and electronic devices and storage media were confiscated from Richards’ home as well as from the city of Kingman, in order to continue the investigation. Richards was fired from her position as a budget analyst in Kingman’s Finance Department.

November 20, 2015 - 12:25pm
Nominations Being Taken for Women Making History Awards
Nominations are being accepted for the Women Making History awards. This year’s theme is Writing Women Back Into History. You can vote for someone in the categories of business, arts, religion, education, public service, volunteer, homemaker, pioneering or other categories that describe the person you’re nominating. The person you nominate must have been living in the Kingman area for at least the past ten years. Forms can be picked up at the Mohave County Library, MCCC Student Center or the Museum of History and Arts or online at A committee will choose two women who will receive a scholarship to either Mohave Community College or the NAU/MCC program. For more information, call 928-681-3344. You have until 5pm on January 15th, 2016 to nominate someone. Awards will be handed out March 6th at the Mohave Museum of History and Arts.