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September 28, 2016 - 11:17am
Walmart Breaks Ground in Fort Mohave
Plans are in full swing for a new Walmart Supercenter in Fort Mohave. A groundbreaking ceremony took place yesterday with officials from Mohave County donning hard hats and music provided by the Mohave High School Band. The new Walmart will be built on the corner of Highway 95 and Hammer Lane and it’s expected to employ about 300 people. Projections from the Mohave County Economic Development Director say another 150 jobs will be created as well due to economic growth that will come when the store is open and running. Walmart is also expected to offer training and educational opportunities for its employees. The store is expected to open next spring, with a supermarket, pharmacy and Tire & Lube Express, located in about 155,000 square feet of space.

September 28, 2016 - 11:16am
County to Discuss Grant for Mosquito Abatement
The Mohave County Board of Supervisors is considering a federal grant for $25,000 in order to eradicate mosquitoes in the area. Fogging has taken place in several locations around Bullhead City and Fort Mohave in order to help fight West Nile Virus, the Zika Virus and other diseases that mosquitoes could carry. A study is currently being conducted in Bullhead City. The matter will be discussed on Monday morning when the board meets.

September 28, 2016 - 11:16am
Man Kills Himself During Domestic Violence Call
A Lake Havasu City man shot and killed himself yesterday following a domestic violence incident. Lake Havasu City Police worked with the city’s SWAT team and negotiators in order to persuade the man to leave his Winston Circle residence. When the SWAT team broke windows and injected gas, the man shot himself to death during the standoff. The name of the man who shot himself has not yet been released. An investigation is still underway.

September 28, 2016 - 11:15am
Motorcycle Rider Still Critical; Another Dies in Wreck
One man is still in critical condition and another man died when their motorcycles collided with an SUV on Highway 95 near Aztec Road in Fort Mohave. Jerry Wayne Cotton is in stable but critical condition in a Las Vegas hospital, while his friend, Steven Ward, was killed in the wreck. Cotton’s injuries are life-threatening and he has been kept under sedation due to severe pain and trauma. The name of the SUV driver has not yet been released.

September 27, 2016 - 12:35pm
High Winds Knock Down Power Lines
Some customers of Mohave Electric Cooperative were without power on Sunday after severe winds knocked down power lines. The downed lines caused a breaker to close at a substation, cutting off electricity to some homes in Bullhead City. It happened around 9:31 in the evening and power was restored by 12:20 am. A new automated outage reporting system that’s in place assists crews in speeding up the time it takes to get repairs made and get the power back on.

September 27, 2016 - 12:34pm
Mohave Valley Man Shoots Intruder
A 58-year-old Mohave Valley man was arrested after allegedly shooting someone who came into his residence. Steven Edward Whiting was sitting on his porch waiting for police to arrive. Whiting allegedly told officers he had shot a man whom he believed was dead and still inside his home. Police secured the weapon, which was lying on a table on the front porch. The man inside the home died from multiple gunshot wounds. Whiting said he felt threatened as the man followed another friend of his into the home and came at him in an aggressive manner, demanding money. The name of the man who was shot has not yet been released. An investigation is still underway and the Mohave County Attorney’s Office is reviewing the case to see if charges will be brought against Whiting. Autopsy results for the deceased man are also pending.

September 27, 2016 - 12:33pm
Boat Capsizes, Trapping Infant
An 18-month infant is in extremely critical condition after a boat capsized in Lake Havasu City. Winds were blowing around 15 to 20 miles an hour, creating 2 to 4-foot waves that were breaking over the bow of the boat. 43-year-old Jose Ortega of El Centro, California was operating the boat and instructed the passengers to move to the rear of the vessel until the boat reached the shore. Just short of the shore, the boat capsized, trapping the baby underneath. A police diver tried to get under the vessel, but it was stuck. Others helped free the boat and secure the infant. Lake Havasu City firefighters performed CPR on the baby before it was flown to a hospital for further medical treatment. There were 12 people on board, two of which were not wearing a personal flotation device. Alcohol was not considered to be a factor in the accident, which is still under investigation.

September 27, 2016 - 12:30pm
Kingman Couple Arrested for Murder
A Kingman couple has been arrested on murder charges after a dirt bike rider in Llano, California came across human bones. The remains were investigated and found to be that of 39-year-old Alan Rick Godfrey, who was living with the couple before his death. 48-year-old Debbie Harris and 45-year-old Dale Brewster were booked into the Yavapai County Jail in Prescott, after they were found staying at a motel in Seligman. Brewster called the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office in August of 2015 and allegedly reported that he had been in a fight with Godfrey and that Godfrey ran away from the property in Phelan, California. Godfrey’s family then filed a missing person’s report not long after the disappearance. If you have any information, you’re asked to call detectives at 909-387-3589 or you can make an anonymous tip by calling 800-78-CRIME.

September 26, 2016 - 11:04am
More Fogging Takes Place Tonight
More fogging is set to take place tonight in certain areas of Mohave Valley. The Quail Run subdivision will be fogged as well as the area near Mountain View Road and Courtwright Road and Courtwright Road between Tropicana Avenue and Ranchero Lane. Mountain View road to Vanderslice and south to Maverick Drive will also be fogged as well as the area around River Valley High School. Fogging starts at 8pm if it’s not too windy or raining. If you live in those areas, you’re instructed to stay inside with the air conditioner off and your windows closed. You should also bring in any pets or plants and cover pet dishes and children’s play equipment as well as pools and spas.

September 26, 2016 - 11:04am
Feral Cat Walk-A-Thon Coming
A National Feral Cat Day Walk-A-Thon is being planned for October 16th. It’s being organized by We Care for Animals, in conjunction with the Food 4 Paws Pet Pantry. The cost is $15 and includes a t-shirt. You’re also asked to consider bringing a small bag of dog or cat food for the pantry, in order to help feed needy animals. The money raised will be used for a trap-neuter-return program in order to reduce the population of feral cats in the area. Registration for the walk is due by September 30th. For more information, call 928-362-2733 or visit

September 26, 2016 - 11:03am
AARP Needs Tax Preparation Volunteers
Volunteers are needed in order to help serve lower and middle-income families with free tax preparation assistance. The AARP Tax Aide program will provide training in January and begin offering services to the public from February through the middle of April on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8am to 2pm. If you have prior tax experience, that’s a plus but not necessary. They do ask that you be computer literate and able to pass a certification test. They’re also looking for volunteers that are friendly, good with people and who have a team spirit. Those helping out should expect to provide at least 40 hours of their time during the coming tax season. For more information, call 928-768-5976.

September 26, 2016 - 11:02am
New Details Emerge Regarding Officer-Involved Shooting
Officials say the woman who police say was shot to death by police allegedly tried to commit suicide. Her parents said 35-year-old Paula Dell Phillips been depressed over an abusive relationship and she had her father’s shotgun for protection. The Kingman Police Department said they received a 911 call from someone they believe might have been Phillips, reporting a white Lincoln Marquis on Stockton Hill Road that had occupants who were armed. Phillips was allegedly standing next to the Lincoln Marquis and leaned into the vehicle to grab a shotgun that she allegedly pointed at Officer Even Hopper. Hopper shot back in self defense, killing Phillips. Alcohol and drugs may have also been in Phillips’ system. Lab results are pending and the investigation is still underway. Hopper was not wearing a body camera; however, the Kingman Police Department says they are working on body cameras for their entire force that should be in place by the end of the year.