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March 26, 2015 - 12:33pm
Young Eagles Flights Planned for Children
Children between the ages of 8 and 17 will have their chance to fly in an airplane as part of the Experimental Aircraft Association’s Young Eagle program. The Sun Valley Airport will have pilots on hand and teach the kids about aviation as well as take some of them up in airplanes. Last year, they flew about 60 kids and they’re hoping even more show up this year. The flights are free and will take place Saturday morning at 8am. More than 190,000 children have taken advantage of the program across the country, and some have gone on to become airline or military pilots as a result of their experience in the Young Eagle program.

March 26, 2015 - 12:32pm
Denise's Day to Raise Funds for Cancer Victims and Families
Country star Matt Farris will once again headline “Denise’s Day.” Farris, who is a Lake Havasu City native, started the 6th annual event as a way to cheer up Lake Havasu City’s Denise Madrid and to help raise money for expenses incurred by breast cancer. Funds raised from the event now go to cancer victims and their families. The event will be held this Saturday at the rodeo grounds at Sara Park. For more information, you can visit denisesdaylhc.org.

March 26, 2015 - 12:29pm
Passion Play to Take Place in Lake Havasu City
Calvary Baptist Church in Lake Havasu City will once again have their annual Passion Play this Easter season. Calvary Baptist’s pastor, Chad Garrison, has been producing the play for 21 years. This year, there are about 75 cast and choir members from Calvary Baptist Church and Hilltop Community Church. Admission is free and the play runs Sunday, March 29th through Tuesday, March 31st with performances each evening at 7pm.

March 26, 2015 - 12:28pm
Beward of Scams in Tri-State
A scam is coming back around, just in time for tax day. Callers are scamming Tri-State residents into giving them money by saying they represent the IRS and if they don’t pay, they will go to jail. The scammers claim the victim owes back taxes and will be arrested that same day by the Sheriff. Then they proceed to tell the victim to keep them on the phone while they drive to the bank to get a cashier’s check or money order. Another scam involves emails telling people to get two Monegrams from Walmart and mail it to two different addresses as a secret shopper and that a check will be sent to them afterwards with a $200 bonus in it for them. Another scam tells the victim that they have an assassin and if they send money, they will show the victim proof of a videotape with the threats. If you receive any of those emails or phone calls, contact your local law enforcement office.

March 26, 2015 - 12:23pm
$1 Million Bond Set for Man Accused of Killing Baby
A $1 million bond has been set for 20-year-old Tyler James Kirkpatrick. He was charged with first-degree murder by domestic violence, second-degree murder by domestic violence and child abuse for the death of 15-month-old Kade Kryska. Kirkpatrick was babysitting when the baby’s mother came home to find the baby lifeless, with bruises on his head and torso. The baby was flown from Valley View Medical Center to Las Vegas where he died two days later. Authorities say the baby died of a traumatic brain injury with blunt force trauma to the head. Kirkpatrick, who was combative towards officers, says he did spank the baby, but that he hit his head on a couch.

March 26, 2015 - 12:22pm
Woman Arrested for Assault and Disorderly Conduct
A Bullhead City woman says her air conditioner and refrigerator were stolen by another woman who lived in a camper on her property and called police. She says she went into the camper to get it back and the 44-year-old Tena Lynn Adams threw the air conditioner at her and threatened her as well. Adams was arrested on charges of assault and disorderly conduct.

March 26, 2015 - 12:21pm
Electricity Stolen in Bullhead City
A 44-year-old Bullhead City man was cited for stealing electricity. Mohave Electric Cooperative says the electric had been shut off March 19th, but they were showing that electricity was being used anyway. A representative of the company says he thinks the meter was jumped. Edgar Merle Osborne III was charged with stealing about $80 worth of electricity.

March 26, 2015 - 12:19pm
Rector Exercises Miranda Law Right to Remain Silent
Justin James Rector is now using his right to remain silent. Originally, he said he wanted to confess to 8-year-old Bella Grogan-Canella’s murder; however, his new attorneys are saying he has decided not to communicate with any state agent or the prosecutor. He says he wants all communication to go through his defense counsel. If convicted of killing the little girl, the prosecutor is seeking the death penalty. The 8-year-old’s body was found in a shallow grave not far from her home in September, and Rector is accused of child abuse, kidnapping, first-degree murder and abandonment of a dead body.

March 25, 2015 - 1:19pm
Rental Assistance Available in Bullhead, Kingman and Havasu
If you need a little help with your rent, the Mohave County Housing Authority might be able to help. Applications will be accepted next week for low-income residents who need some financial assistance. Applications will need to be turned in between 8 and 5 Monday through Friday at the county community services department in Bullhead City, Kingman and Lake Havasu City. If you want to get more information, you can contact the community services department in Bullhead City at 928-758-0702.

March 25, 2015 - 1:18pm
Blood Drive Thursday in Havasu
A blood drive will take place in Lake Havasu City tomorrow. It’s hosted by the Health Sciences Society and the American Red Cross and will take place at the Arizona State University campus in Havasu from 11am to 4pm. You’ll need to bring ID with you and meet certain requirements. For more information or to register ahead of time, go to redcrossblood.org and enter asuhavasu as the sponsor code.

March 25, 2015 - 1:18pm
Soldier Welcomed Home
More than 100 people came out to honor and welcome home U.S. Army Specialist Kyle Kent. The event was hosted by the Tri State Military Moms and was marked by a motorcycle escort by the VFW riders and included members of Bullhead’s City Council in attendance. Kent also received a key to the city on behalf of Mayor Tom Brady. Kent says it was a humbling experience and he wasn’t expecting it at all.

March 25, 2015 - 1:16pm
Amy's Kitchen Spinach, Other Items Being Recalled
If you have organic spinach by Amy’s Kitchen in your fridge, take it back to the store. Grocery stores in the Tri-State are pulling the spinach off their shelves as it’s been recalled. The company says it might be contaminated with listeria that can cause serious and even fatal reactions. Amy’s Kitchen says there’s no word of any illness yet, but they’re recalling more than 73,000 cases of spinach just in case. There are some other Amy’s Kitchen items being recalled as well. For a list, go to the FDA’s web site or contact the store when you bought them.