A fatal accident between a semi and a pickup truck occurred on Interstate 40 near mile marker 62 at 4:15 a.m. Sunday.
Mother Road Harley Davidson to host a 3-day festival
A good portion of them will bust out of Laughlin and join the party at Mother Road Harley-Davidson dealership at 2501 Beverly Ave. for three days of live music, vendors, food trucks and a beer garden.
A plethora of free services and classes
People can often go through their entire lives not knowing how to properly buy a home, or could use financial help, or learn how to reduce energy bills.
In light of the education crisis going on around the state of Arizona, educators around the state will walk out of their classrooms and schools until education is appropriately funded.
What may City Council and the 1979 Pittsburgh Pirates have in common? After elections, Council could also be using Sister Sledge’s “We Are Family” as an anthem.
The governing board of Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District filled two vacancies Thursday night, but now has another after Chairwoman Patty Lewis resigned her position.
Already fighting with educators over his pay hike plan, Gov. Doug Ducey opened a second front Friday, this time attacking members of his own Republican Party.
The Kingman Unified Pastoral Association will host Dr. Lowell Almen at 5 p.m. today to be speak on religious discussions and agreements with a variety of religions. Almen will be at Grace Lutheran Church (2101 Harrison Street).
The Arizona Department of Transportation has announced its Safety Message Contest winners. Drum roll please.
Computer hackers soon could cross into a new frontier, one that would give them power to kill through insulin pumps, defibrillators, pacemakers and other personal medical devices.
About 100 student activists demanding more effective gun laws staged “die-ins” across the Capitol on Friday afternoon, sprawling on floors outside the governor’s office and in the lobbies of the House and Senate.
The U.S. Army will not meet its mission to recruit 80,000 active duty soldiers this year and has officially lowered that goal.
California has charged five people with defrauding the state's recycling program out of $80.3 million – the largest alleged fraud scheme in the program's history, officials said Thursday.
A week into her appointment last fall as a Mohave County supervisor in western Arizona, Lois Wakimoto heard the words that would consume her since: We have a water problem.
Initial investigations showed that all the occupants were wearing life jackets and the operator was wearing his safety kill switch.
igh school students occupied the House and Senate lobbies and the governor's office at the state Capitol Friday in the latest protest against gun violence.
U.S. health officials on Friday told consumers to throw away any store-bought romaine lettuce they have in their kitchens and warned restaurants not to serve it amid an E. coli outbreak that has sickened more than 50 people in several states.
Claiming overwhelming support, leaders of the #RedForEd movement Thursday night called for a strike – but but not for another week.
Earth Day: Bringing about the end of plastic pollution spearheads the efforts for this year’s celebrations
With her floppy hat blowing in 30 mph wind gusts, Denise Neath led two classes of Hualapai Elementary School third-graders on a tour of Dig It Community Garden Thursday, tying it into Earth Day celebrations Sunday.
Responding to the opioid crisis outbreak has claimed many lives across the nation, Arizona, Mohave County, and even locally, Sonoran Prevention Works is hosting a training from 3-5 p.m. Saturday at the Mohave County Library- Kingman, 3269 N. Burbank St.
Grab those lawn chairs, the wife and kids, the keys to the hot rod sitting in the driveway and head down to Beale Street to chill with friends and family.
The Arizona Law Enforcement Torch Run and Public Safety Fair helps benefit the Special Olympics where 100 percent of the proceeds go to the athletes to help them get to their events.
If you've been sneaking Fluffy into the grocery store on a claim it's your service dog, that time may be coming to an end.
A Senate panel voted 4-3 Thursday to allow judges to force some people to surrender their weapons – but only after a multi-step process that supporters say will protect due process rights.
Sentencing for Daniel Lynn Stuart, charged with aggravated DUI in the death of his 4-year-old son, has been postponed until May 31 to give attorneys time to consider new offers.
- Two dead in boating accident on Lake Havasu
- Help needed identifying body found in river
- Drowned man jumped in river to avoid capture
- Mohave 911
- Arizona teachers call for a strike; walkout at least a week away
- Three dogs perish in home destroyed by Golden Valley fire
- 8-year-old boy at school slashes other students with knife
- Kingman’s Benson to run Boston Marathon
- Kingman’s Benson finishes Boston Marathon
- Former radio personality charged with murder
- Two dead in boating accident on Lake Havasu
- *** UPDATED *** Teenager shot on North Willow Road
- Bullhead City’s River Regatta restored
- County workers discover dead body Tuesday near Beale Street
- Teenager shot on North Willow Road
- Stockton Hill Dollar General held up, Kingman Police seek public’s help
- Canyon 66 Restaurant and Lounge closed
- Boyfriend charged with child abuse of a 2-year-old
- The 64-year-old Hill Top Motel has an unknown future