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Warrant issued in pro-Prop 413 signage theft

Cooper said the department identified him “fairly early on” by utilizing footage from surveillance cameras that showed a suspect similar to Galynski’s description and that of his vehicle.

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McSally appointed to vacant U.S. Senate seat

A month after losing her own bid for the U.S. Senate, Gov. Doug Ducey is appointing Martha McSally to a vacant seat in the upper chamber of Congress

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Wallace could serve more time for aggravated circumstances

Use of dangerous weapon during first-degree burglary, emotional harm to family, age and health of victim are among the jury's considerations.

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Kingman Community Advisory Board aids youth-serving programs

The Kingman Junior Police Academy, which will enter into its 13th year this summer, was awarded $1,000.

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Suburbs lead state’s population growth

If you’re wondering where Arizona is putting all of its new residents, look to the far suburbs.

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MCC turns community eyes to the sky

M31, the Andromeda Galaxy. The nearest galaxy that can be seen in the Northern hemisphere, and now, it can be seen with the nearly seven-foot-tall, high-powered telescope at Mohave Community College.

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Havasu high school student killed in highway crash

A student from Lake Havasu High School was reportedly killed Monday night in a car accident on State Route 95.

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Rector agrees to plead guilty to first-degree murder of Bullhead City girl

Justin James Rector changed his plea Tuesday to guilty of first-degree murder of 8-year-old Bella Grogan-Cannella in September 2014, accepting the state’s plea agreement in exchange for dismissing two other felony charges of kidnapping and child abuse.

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BREAKING: Rector changes plea to guilty of first-degree murder

Justin James Rector has changed his plea to guilty of first-degree murder in the 2014 death of 8-year-old Bella Grogan-Cannela of Bullhead City

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Supervisors appoint Ursenbach as economic development director

Johnson votes against hiring the director because the county has no “vision” for economic development.

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New assignments announced for Mohave County Superior Court judges

Judge Carlisle returns to the bench in Kingmam to improve the flow and timeliness of criminal cases.

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Fire on Walnut Street under investigation

Kingman Fire Department responded to a structure fire in the 100 block of Walnut Street early Monday morning and crews were able to make a quick “knock down” of the fire.

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Meals on Wheels seeks volunteers for Christmas

After gifts have been opened and before dinner preparations begin this Christmas, share in the spirit of the season by volunteering to give someone else a holiday full of cheer and a stomach full of turkey, ham and mashed potatoes.

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Wallace convicted of second-degree murder, burglary, auto theft

Buddy O’Brian Wallace was convicted Monday of second-degree murder, first-degree burglary and theft of means of transportation, spared from the first-degree premeditated murder charge sought by the state’s prosecution.

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State weighs new rules for off-roading

Off-highway recreation enthusiasts from out of state could soon have to pay for the privilege of using Arizona’s desert trails.

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Who’s More Likely to Be Audited: A Person Making $20,000 – or $400,000?

If you claim the earned income tax credit, whose average recipient makes less than $20,000 a year, you’re more likely to face IRS scrutiny than someone making twenty times as much. How a benefit for the working poor was turned against them.

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Things to know for Tuesday’s Council meeting

Council will receive updates and reports on the Rancho Santa Fe Parkway and Kingman Crossing interchange projects, a downtown improvement plan and a diversity ordinance at its meeting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Mohave County Administration Building, 700 W. Beale St.

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Ducey campaign received $500K from auto dealership billionaire

Capitol Media Services has discovered that the Ducey Victory Fund on Wednesday retroactively amended the campaign finance report it filed on July 16 to remove the name of Blue Magnolia from the donation.

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Arizona’s two abandoned-mine inspectors face daunting task: ‘We’re all by ourselves’

Since 2007, the 75-year-old has been doing a different kind of exploration: scouring the state for the thousands of abandoned mines some of his former employers may have left scattered throughout the Arizona desert.

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Open nominations for the 35th annual ‘Women Making History’ awards

It’s that time of year again. Nominations are open for the 35th annual “Women Making History Award.”

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Licenses & Permits Dec. 7

The following are building permits for Mohave County and the City of Kingman, ending Dec. 7.

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Bringing about positive change through Equine Assisted Psychotherapy

EAP is experiential therapy, meaning that the activities associated with it involve actually doing something so as to evoke emotions.

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Jury goes to deliberation on Wallace first-degree murder trial

Closing arguments were heard Friday afternoon in the first-degree murder trial of Buddy O’Brian Wallace, and the jury was expected to deliberate into the evening and possibly return Monday for further deliberations.

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County economic development director job goes before supervisors

Mohave County could get a new economic development director if the Board of Supervisors approves the hiring of Tami Ursenbach at an annual salary of $80,246.

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Stockton Hill Road work progresses

With rainy weather having come and gone, asphalt patching for the Stockton Hill Road project was expected to be completed by last Thursday.

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