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December 19, 2014 - 1:32pm
Live Nativity Takes Place Friday and Saturday in Havasu
New Hope Calvary Church in Lake Havasu City is getting ready for this year’s free “Experience Christmas” drive-through nativity. About 50 actors and actresses will be in place for this year’s event, which is in its 12th year. It takes place in Desert Hills, on the corner of North London Bridge Road and East Quartzsite Avenue. Donkeys, sheep, a horse and live camels complete the scene. You can see it Friday and Saturday from 5:30 to 9:30 pm.

December 19, 2014 - 1:32pm
Kids in Tri-State Get Shoes
Payless Shoes in Bullhead City is giving back to kids in the area, during their annual Shoes 4 Kids Program. The Colorado River Boys and Girls Club worked with Payless to be sure kids in Laughlin, Bullhead City and Fort Mohave have shoes that fit. 90 kids received shoes, and they say more kids will also be picking out new shoes very soon.

December 19, 2014 - 1:30pm
Avi Resort and Casino and Fort Mohave Indian Tribe Feeds Families
The Avi Resort and Casino have teamed up with the Fort Mohave Indian Tribe in order to make sure needy families have enough to eat this Christmas. More than 3,000 turkeys will be donated to food banks and organizations – the largest turkey donation in the Tri-State by one organization in recent history. The Avi and the Indian Tribe are hoping to continue the tradition in years to come. You can follow their giveaway progress on their facebook pages.

December 19, 2014 - 1:27pm
Illegal Immigrants Able to Get Arizona Driver's License
Illegal immigrants who are protected from deportation in Arizona can now get a driver’s license, thanks to an Obama administration policy. It was Governor Jan Brewer’s policy that would deny licenses to about 20,000 illegal immigrants; however, a judge struck that down. Brewer is asking the Supreme Court to look into her appeal.

December 19, 2014 - 1:26pm
Scientists Say Green Water is Not Toxic
Scientists are saying that the green slimy stuff you see in Lake Havasu’s water is not dangerous. Tests have been conducted by experts from the University of Arizona, and one scientist says it’s non-toxic. A fish biologist for Arizona’s Game & Fish Department says fish also seem to be thriving in the lake.

December 19, 2014 - 1:26pm
Judge Overturns Death Penalty for Death Row Inmate
A new trial will be underway for Darrell Ketchner, who had previously been ordered the death penalty. The Arizona Supreme Court overturned the ruling after hearing arguments about a witness was improperly allowed to possibly influence the jury. Ketchner is accused of stabbing, then shooting 18-year-old Ariel Allison in 2009, then stabbing and shooting Jennifer Allison, the girl’s mother. The mother survived; however, the daughter did not. Mohave county will try to locate witnesses and try the case again.

December 19, 2014 - 1:25pm
Havasu Woman Arrested on Multiple Counts
A Lake Havasu woman was arrested for theft as well as possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia. It was discovered after police were arresting the man she was with, as he had an arrest warrant. Police say 43-year-old Angela Wright had stolen checks and stolen credit cards in her purse. Her companion also had a stolen drill that he had planned to take to a pawn shop.

December 19, 2014 - 1:24pm
Police Still Seeking Woman in Stabbing
Police are still looking for the woman involved in the stabbing of 42-year-old John Hubbard. Jessica Johnson and Niger Noriega were seen together when the stabbing took place, and apparently she used a stun gun on Hubbard during the fight. Noriega was arrested, but Johnson went to California and has since returned. Police are trying to get her side of the story involving Hubbard, who Noriega says owed him money.

December 19, 2014 - 1:23pm
Man Arrested for Child Pornography on Phone
Detectives in Kingman got a phone call from Police in Baltimore, Maryland after a 28-year-old man who moved to Kingman was accused of being in possession of child pornography. Joshua Ryan Richison was being investigated for having the images on his cell phone; however, Richison moved before authorities could serve the search warrant. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children gave tips to the police who served the warrant. He’s been sentenced to five years in prison and lifetime supervision.

December 18, 2014 - 12:32pm
PJs Can Be Dropped Off in Blythe this Saturday
Cameron Broadcasting’s DJs for PJs is underway, and if you’re in the Blythe, California area, you can drop off kids’ pajamas at the new Blythe Smart and Final Extra this Saturday between 11am and 1pm California time. Elsewhere in the Tri-State area, you can drop them off at one the Cameron Broadcasting studios in Kingman, Lake Havasu City or Bullhead City. Primavera online high school is co-sponsoring the project, in which the Salvation Army delivers pajamas to needy kids in the Tri-State area.

December 18, 2014 - 12:31pm
Flu Bug Could Be Worse this Year
Medical experts in Arizona say if you’re prone to getting the flu, this year could be worse. Health Services Director Will Humble says that even if you got the flu shot this year, the strain in this year’s vaccine may not be enough to combat the bug that’s out there. Once you get the flu shot, it takes about two weeks to fully kick in, but experts are saying it’s better to get it than to have no protection at all.

December 18, 2014 - 12:31pm
Kingman Post Office Date Extended
Postal officials say the post office in downtown Kingman will stay open a couple more months. Those who have P.O. Boxes there will be able to keep them open through February. Originally, the post office was expected to close at the end of this year. About 600 box holders currently get their mail at the Andy Devine post office. Council and Chamber of Commerce members as well as the Mohave County Board of Supervisors is trying to keep the post office open.