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January 23, 2017 - 12:04pm
Funding to Assist with Substance Abuse Programs for Arizona Students
About $3.5 million is set to be released from the Governorís Office for Youth, Faith and Family in order to help fund substance abuse prevention programs for high school students. Officials say the use of opiods has become an epidemic in Arizona. They also say ninety percent of all addictions generally start at a young age, usually with drinking and or drug use. Governor Doug Ducey says he hopes to reduce the use of opiods by 25 percent in the next year.

January 23, 2017 - 12:03pm
The Big Feral Fix Set to Trap, Neuter and Return
The Big Feral Fix is coming up next month, hosted by We Care for Animals, in conjunction with the Low Cost Spay / Neuter Clinic. Itís a mass trap-neuter-return event, where the cats will be humanely trapped then given a veterinarian health checkup, necessary vaccinations and then spayed or neutered before being returned. Classes were held over the weekend for those wishing to help with the project. Itís endorsed by the Humane Society and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

January 23, 2017 - 12:02pm
Bullhead City Pool Heated and Open for Lap Swims
The Bullhead City Pool is now nicely heated to around 80 degrees and ready for swimmers. Solar panels were installed in order to offset the cost of operating eight electric heat pumps that were recently added. Lap swims take place from 5 to 6pm, with water aerobics taking place at the same time in other lanes. A grant from the BHHS Legacy Foundation helped make the equipment installation possible. The Barracudas Swim Team are part of that as well.

January 23, 2017 - 11:58am
Alfredo Blanco Indicted on Charges of Killing Former Kingman Realtor
The man accused of killing a former Kingman Real Estate professional was indicted by a Mohave County Grand Jury on charges of murder in the first-degree. 61-year-old Alfredo Blanco is charged with the shooting death of then-40-year-old Sidney Cranston Jr. after Cranston disappeared on June 16, 2015. Cranstonís body was found in a remote area east of Kingman and the Mohave County Medical Examinerís Office used dental records to positively identify the remains and to verify that Cranston was killed by a single gunshot. Blanco was arrested while in a care facility near Phoenix and has been transferred to Mohave County. If convicted of first-degree murder, Blanco faces life in prison and possibly even the death penalty, although no decision has yet been made on whether or not prosecutors will seek the death penalty.

January 18, 2017 - 11:03am
Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies to Take Place in Havasu for New Mural
An artist has been hard at work painting a huge mural on the side of a building in downtown Lake Havasu City. The mural was painted onto the side of the Dirt Doctor building and depicts an array of classic cars with the London Bridge in the background. The cars in the photos are those of Havasu residents and shows off the culture of Lake Havasu City as well as one of the many events held in the area. The mural was done by an artist based in Tucson, who worked 12-hour days to get it completed. The money was raised by classic car owners and car clubs through the HAPA organization. A ribbon-cutting ceremony is planned for tomorrow at 4pm, held by the Lake Havasu Area Chamber of Commerce. A second ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place at 5:30, hosted by the city of Lake Havasu.

January 18, 2017 - 11:02am
Fire in Mohave Valley Deemed Suspicious
Several agencies showed up to a fire that destroyed a home in Mohave Valley yesterday and damaged additional homes. No one was injured in the blaze that broke out on Kingsley Street. Mohave Valley Fire Department crews didnít have a lot of water since the fire hydrant was not functioning properly, so they concentrated on keeping the flames from spreading to other homes. The fire is considered to be suspicious and an investigation is underway.

January 18, 2017 - 11:01am
Woman Killed by Train Identified
The woman who was struck by a train on a railroad track in Kingman has been identified. 39-year-old Amber Marie Pattee was arrested in Bullhead City earlier this year and spent some time in jail on charges of disorderly conduct and trespassing. Pattee, who is from the Sacramento, California area, was laying on the railroad tracks and the conductor couldnít stop in time once he saw her. Pattee was allegedly suffering from undisclosed mental issues.

January 17, 2017 - 11:36am
Police Ask for Help in Locating a Man Who May Have Killed a Kingman Teen
Police in Kingman are on the lookout for a Mexican national whom they say may have murdered a Kingman teen. 19-year-old Jose Baubel Reyes is accused of shooting a 15-year-old during a fight over drugs. The 15-year-old was flown to a Las Vegas hospital for a shoulder would and later released. If you have any information, call the Kingman Police Department or the Silent Witness Hotline at 928-753-1234 or toll-free at 888-227-8780.

January 17, 2017 - 11:33am
Irvine's 6th Annual International Film Festival to Take Place in Havasu
The 6th Annual Irvine International Film Festival is being held this weekend in Lake Havasu City. Academy Award-winning directors will be there as the red carpet is rolled out at Star Cinemas in the Shops at Lake Havasu. The theater in Irvine was under construction and other theaters in the Southern California area werenít able to provide a location in such short notice. The event starts on Saturday with about 30 short films that will be shown on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are free while they last. Organizers say the films are not recommended for children under the age of 14.

January 17, 2017 - 11:31am
El Pollo Loco Opens Newest Restaurant in Lake Havasu City
A new popular fast food restaurant is opening today in Lake Havasu City. El Pollo Loco is located at 282 N. Lake Havasu Avenue. Construction delays pushed the date back from New Yearís Eve weekend to today. The Mexican chain restaurant says theyíve received numerous requests from residents to open in the area, so they did. The restaurant is open daily from 10am to 10pm and you can also order online or through the companyís app. The new facility is nearly 3,000 square feet and can seat 70 customers at a time. The franchisee owners say theyíre excited about bringing the restaurant to a community such as Lake Havasu City.

January 17, 2017 - 11:28am
Arizona Health Ranking Up from #30 to #29 Nationwide
Arizona has been ranked # 29 nationwide of Americaís healthiest states. Thatís up from #30 last year, according to Americaís Health Rankings and the United Health Foundationís findings. Thereís also been a decrease in smokers in Arizona; however, Arizona does have a large percentage of drug-related deaths compared to the average in other states. Arizona also has two in every seven adults whom are obese, compared to a 30 percent obesity rate nationwide. Arizona has also seen a large increase in sexually transmitted diseases. Although Arizonaís health ranking has increased, thereís also been an increase in the number of children living in poverty and a decrease in the number of students who graduate from high school.

January 17, 2017 - 09:47am
Fifth Wheel Catches Fire; Blamed on Faulty Refrigerator
No one was injured, but a man who was living in a fifth wheel travel trailer was displaced after it caught fire yesterday. At least four engines showed up, along with an ambulance after heavy smoke and flames were seen coming out of the side and roof of the vehicle. The man got out in time and is staying with a relative. He called 911 when a smoke detector went off. The resident said the refrigerator had been acting up and fire officials say that may have been the cause of the fire. The fifth wheel trailer was a total loss, along with what fire officials are saying were heavy contents as well, that made the fire more time consuming to fight.