News

Subscribe

Tease photo

The politics of pain

It’s unfortunate that thousands of people die each year from opioid overdoses, and it’s unfortunate that hundreds of thousands of people who don’t need painkillers take them anyway in order to get high.

Tease photo

Prescott man sees ‘on demand’ air service in Northern Arizona

Henry Gellerman of Prescott confidently believes there’s demand for air service from small towns in Northern Arizona to Las Vegas and Scottsdale.

Tease photo

Man shoots at people, holds police at bay for hours

A man allegedly fired a gun at several people at a Kingman home, setting off a standoff that lasted hours. Police say drugs were involved.

Tease photo

Illegal dumper caught red-handed – in an allegedly stolen truck and trailer

A trail of trash led to a man’s arrest Sunday.

Tease photo

*Update* - Bullhead City Police seek information on Monday killing

The Bullhead City Police Department is asking for the public's help regarding the murder of a bicyclist Monday.

Tease photo

Fire destroys home in northern Kingman

Exploding bullets hamper firefighting efforts

The Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District responded to a house fire in the 3900 Block of Northfield Avenue in northern Kingman Tuesday at about 11:15 a.m.

Tease photo

The Facts About Food Stamps

But for the SNAP program, one in five Mohave County residents would go hungry

Contrary to popular belief, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, otherwise known as food stamps, is more about helping people simply survive rather than leech off the government.

Tease photo

Board of Supervisors vote unanimously to help fund water study

Comprehensive USGS study will provide critical data on Mohave County water reality

While a legislative bill to monitor groundwater usage in Mohave County failed in its first attempt, the Board of Supervisors moved forward Tuesday on another study to show just how much water is being drained from the Hualapai Basin every year.

Tease photo

Homeless population holds steady in Kingman, Bullhead; spikes in Lake Havasu City

A major segment of the homeless population in Mohave County struggles with mental illness, alcoholism and drug addictions.

Tease photo

Rep. Cobb's water monitoring bill dries up

HR 2520 would have mandated monitoring

A potentially critical water bill sponsored by state Rep. Regina Cobb, R-Kingman, was shot down Thursday - but she’s not done fighting yet.

Tease photo

Water study on Kingman City Council wish list

If approved, city would share $200,000 cost with Mohave County

The Kingman City Council will look at adopting a resolution tonight regarding the shared costs of a hydrology study.

Tease photo

Tri-State Veterans Stand Down March 3-5

The Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council of Mohave County in cooperation with many agencies, organizations, and individuals will be staging the fifth annual Tri-State Veterans Stand Down in Bullhead City on March 3–4.

Tease photo

Licenses & Permits

Mohave County issued the following building permits for the week ending Feb. 10

Tease photo

Mohave County's Most Wanted

As of Wednesday, each person listed had a warrant.

Tease photo

Using hypnosis to help treat myriad health issues

Mark Hopkins can’t hypnotize you into taking off your clothes or acting like a fool – that comes naturally for some of us – but he can sure put you to sleep.

Tease photo

Ragnar Relay Helps Harbor House

A dozen runners representing Arizona Youth Partnership will cover 200 miles from Wickenburg to Fountain Hills on March 10-11 in the 7th annual Ragnar Del Sol relay.

Tease photo

Water Resources will hold two meetings in Kingman on Feb. 28

Two meetings, two completely different agendas

Mohave Community College will host meetings with the Arizona Department of Water Resources next week.

Tease photo

Mexican Gray Wolf: The reintroduction of a predator

Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., reintroduced legislation on Feb. 14 to update the Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery Plan Act, which requires the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to come up with a scientifically valid and state-supported plan to manage the wolf population.

Tease photo

Many Joshua Trees were transplanted

Trees are down, but not out.

Tease photo

Child molester gets 35 years

Convicted sex offender Mark Anthony Sandoval was sentenced Friday to 35 years in state prison by Superior Court Judge Billy Sipe for two counts of Class 2 felony child molestation.

Supes to discuss IGA with city for USGS water study

A model for groundwater flow in the Hualapai Basin is among the items on Tuesday’s regular agenda for the Mohave County Board of Supervisors, including the scope of work proposed by the U.S. Geological Survey.

Tease photo

*Update* - History in Kingman: WWII era B-17 here for the weekend

An airplane that helped the U.S. win World War II is in Kingman this weekend, and two locals who had a first row seat in the action told their stories.

Tease photo

Inmates raise $30,000 for Special Olympics

Serving others while serving their time, inmates at Arizona State Prison-Kingman raised nearly $30,000 that was donated to the local Special Olympics program.

Tease photo

RUFFF’s Allison charged with 3 counts of animal cruelty

Hillarie Allison, founder of the shuttered RUFFF animal shelter in Golden Valley, was issued a summons Wednesday for a March 22 hearing at Kingman Justice Court on three counts of animal cruelty.

Tease photo

Technology helping keep drivers safe during winter conditions on I-40

Sensors installed at three Interstate 40 locations west of Flagstaff are helping the Arizona Department of Transportation forecast the likelihood of ice forming and respond accordingly.

Previous