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August 21, 2017 - 1:11pm
Laughlin Chamber Announces 2017 CAA Awards Judges
The Laughlin Chamber of Commerce has chosen its judges for the upcoming 20th annual black-tie celebration. The Community Achievement Awards will take place at the Aquarius Casino Resort on October 7th. The judges are Jeremy Keating, Airport Director at Laughlin / Bullhead International Airport, Autumn Boyle-Robinson, CEO of the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Colorado River, Joe Keunen of Eagle Motorcycle, Bruce Clark from TV2, Jeff Mercier of NV Energy, Richard DeClercq of the Clark County Parks and Recreation, Lance Ross of the Colorado River Union High School District, Fred Doten, 1st Vice Commander at the Richard Springston American Legion Post 60 in Laughlin and Will Douglas of the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension. You can get tickets by calling 702-298-2214.

August 21, 2017 - 1:08pm
Sober Boaters Wear Blue Rubber Bracelets
Sober boaters in Lake Havasu City will be identified by their blue rubber wristbands as part of the Designated Operator 2.0 Program, sponsored by the Lake Havasu Marine Association. You can get a wristband from a waterway officer or one of the participating restaurants. When you wear it, some restaurants will give you free non-alcoholic beverages as you agree to remain sober while operating a vessel. Officials hope the program will help cut down on the number of boat operators who are intoxicated and in turn, cut down on the number of accidents on the lake. Ten people have died on waterways in the Tri-State in the past three months.

August 21, 2017 - 10:24am
Fort Mohave Man to Decide on Plea Bargain After Bicyclist Killed
The Fort Mohave man who’s been charged with killing a man on a bicycle in February is considering whether or not to take a plea deal. 21-year-old Jake Patrick Biunno allegedly got into a road rage argument with a 33-year-old who was riding his bike on Riviera Boulevard in Bullhead City. One of the passengers in the car allegedly got out of the black Honda and started fighting with Juan Pedro Flores. Flores was then shot twice with a .380-caliber Glock handgun, allegedly by Biunno, and died at the scene. Biunno was charged with second-degree murder with possible aggravating factors. Biunno is set to be back in court on September 8th.

August 18, 2017 - 12:39pm
Laughlin / Bullhead Airport Celebrates National Aviation Day Tomorrow
Officials from the Laughlin / Bullhead International Airport are holding an event tomorrow, in honor of National Aviation Day. You can bring the whole family out to see airplanes and meet pilots. There will also be vintage aircraft on display and some local pilots around the Tri-State will be flying their planes in as well. You’ll also have the opportunity to learn about the history of aviation. Free breakfast and coffee will also be available while supplies last. The event will be held at Signature Flight Support, a flight base operator at the Laughlin / Bullhead International Airport from 8 to 10:30 am. The event is free to attend.

August 18, 2017 - 12:39pm
AZ Game and Fish Holds Wildlife Series Presentation Tonight
The Arizona Game and Fish continues their summer wildlife series. Tonight, the focus will be on Backyard Habitat. The program is free and takes place at the Mohave County Library on Burbank Street in Kingman. Attendance at the Wildlife Series presentations is free and open to all ages. Each of the presentations begin at 6pm.

August 18, 2017 - 12:38pm
Bullhead City Police Department Holds Information Meeting for Applicants
An informational meeting took place at the Bullhead City Police Department for those wishing to become law enforcement officers. A recruiter and background investigator for the department talked to the potential applicants about the hiring process. She said honesty and professionalism were paramount in getting the job. Once an application is filled out, job-seekers would then need to take a written test and receive a score of at least 70 percent in each category, before taking a physical agility test and then going through the academy. Another meeting will take place September 11th at 5:30 pm and testing starts October 10th.

August 18, 2017 - 12:37pm
Havasu Fire Under Investigation
A fire on Voyager Lane in Lake Havasu City claimed the life of a pet that was still in the home. No one else was injured; however, the house was fully engulfed in flames when the Lake Havasu City Fire Department showed up. Another structure on the property, plus a boat was also damaged in the fire. An investigation is underway and the cause of the fire has not yet been determined. No one was injured in the blaze.

August 18, 2017 - 10:38am
MCSO Warns Residents About a Scam
The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office wants you to know about a telephone scam that’s going around the Tri-State. A caller will tell you that they are Deputy Ken Cook from the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office and that you have a warrant for your arrest. The scammer will then tell you to pay your fine over the phone or a deputy will come to your home and arrest you. The Sheriff’s Office reminds you that they do not conduct business in this manner, nor is there a Deputy Cook. You’re reminded never to give any personal information or payments to anyone you don’t know and if you receive such a call, you can report it to the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office at 928-753-0753.

August 17, 2017 - 1:14pm
Bigger Goodwill Store to Open in Kingman
A newer and larger Goodwill store is set to move into the space formerly occupied by Bealls Outlet on Stockton Hill Road in Kingman. The store on Airway Avenue was closed, since it didn’t have enough space, parking was extremely limited and it was not in a convenient location. Store officials say the grand opening is set for October 13th. The shopping center currently houses Petco, Staples, Ross and Big Lots and has a big parking lot and room for receiving as well as lots of retail space. Goodwill of Northern and Central Arizona merged earlier this year; however, the Kingman store wasn’t included in the stores in Bullhead City and Lake Havasu City that were closed and re-opened. Goodwill says their top priority is the people of Arizona and providing them with the support and resources they need for sustainable employment and better quality of life. Goodwill plans to re-open career centers that were previously closed and there are also plans to open more stores in the future.

August 17, 2017 - 1:13pm
Kingman Man Arrested for Alleged Drive-By Shooting
20-year-old Shawn Derrick Bell, Jr. was arrested on felony charges that include aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, misconduct involving weapons, disorderly conduct, unlawful discharge of a firearm and being involved in a drive-by shooting. The shooting stemmed from an incident in which the victim said Bell asked to talk to someone at a home in Kingman. When he was asked to leave, Bell allegedly got into a vehicle before firing a shot at the victim. No one was injured.

August 17, 2017 - 1:12pm
Police Ask for Help in Kmart Burglary
The Kingman Police Department is asking for your help in order to find and capture the person or persons responsible for a burglary at the Kmart store on Monday morning. The front doors were smashed and the glass jewelry cases were also smashed, with some of the jewelry missing. If you have any information, you’re asked to call the Kingman Police Department at 928-753-2191 or Silent Witness at 928-753-1234. You can also go online to kingmanpolice.com and click “Give a Tip.”

August 17, 2017 - 10:33am
Kingman Mayor Monica Gates is the Target of a Recall Effort
Kingman Mayor Monica Gates is the target of a recall effort by an organization called KARMMA. Tanya Smith, who’s heading the recall, says Gates has allegedly been providing backroom deals to friends and has not been making good on her campaign promises. She says Gates has been too cozy with Kingman Regional Medical Center and too soft on the Kingman Airport Authority. Smith hopes to have enough signatures on the recall petitions by December 13th for a special election.