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Dewey-Humboldt Town Council condemns coyote-killing contests

The Dewey-Humboldt Town Council has passed a resolution condemning animal-killing contests. The Nov. 20 resolution came three weeks before a coyote contest in central Arizona called the Santa Slay Coyote Tournament.

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Why llamas may be the key to help humans fight off the flu

Flu season is underway across the country, and it’s not too late for a flu shot. But rather than get vaccinations to combat influenza, people one day could get protection from llamas.

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Removal of owl nests delays Havasu erosion-control project

The $3.3 million projected price tag for a Lake Havasu City erosion-control project may grow by $100,000 because of expenses largely resulting from a need to remove an underground nesting area of a protected species of owls.

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Lawmaker proposes repeal of new $32 vehicle-registration fee

An Arizona state lawmaker wants to repeal a new $32 annual public-safety fee on vehicle registrations that proved to be larger than anticipated.

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County can move forward on Sacramento Wash project

Mohave County has been granted permission by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to remove a decades-old manmade berm from the Sacramento Wash within the Havasu National Wildlife Refuge.

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Mosley speeding case off to slow start

A pre-trial hearing in the speeding case against an Arizona State Legislator has been continued again.

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UA studies using AI to restore movement to paralyzed limbs

A University of Arizona physiology and neuroscience researcher has received a $1.2 million grant to use artificial intelligence to restore movement to paralyzed limbs.

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Andy Devine ADA improvements project starts Monday

The southbound lane of North Eighth Street from Beale Street to Andy Devine Avenue will be closed to thru traffic for about two weeks starting Monday morning.

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Weather impacting City cleanup

Cleanup efforts resulting from a significant storm event in October have been delayed with the additional rainfall Kingman has experienced so far in December.

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Ducey orders flags lowered in remembrance of Pearl Harbor

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has ordered all state flags to be flown at half-staff for the anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.

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Rezone near Slaughterhouse Canyon Road returned to P&Z

Most concerning to some councilmembers, including Councilman David Wayt, was the notice given to the community about the possible rezone.

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KUSD to receive 10 new buses as result of Volkswagen settlement with state

More than four dozen Arizona school districts are getting new school buses at no cost to taxpayers.

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Space, the final frontier, comes to Kingman

Everyone is turning their eyes to the sky at Mohave Community College’s Neal Campus. But it isn’t the Earth’s atmosphere they are interested in. Rather, their gaze is toward the stars.

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Pearl Harbor Day pays tribute to 2,403 people who died in the attack

Kingman resident Bob Campbell joined the U.S. Navy shortly after the bombing and went to the same Naval Aviation school as President George H.W. Bush.

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Drought continues, but El Nino could bring temporary relief

Climatologist Nancy Selover said 2018 was an "ugly year" and one of the driest on record for Arizona.

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Kingman Photo | Joy to the World

The home of David and Marilyn Preston at 661 Shadow Mountain Drive is decorated with more than 350,000 Christmas lights this year, including a backyard display new to the extravagant set-up that was featured on ABC’s “Great Christmas Light Fight” in 2016.

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Man, woman drive from Arizona to Wyoming with kids in trunk

A man and woman admit in court they drove from Arizona to Wyoming with two children in the trunk of their car.

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30-year prison term for man who shot at cars in Phoenix area

A man who pleaded guilty to 15 counts of aggravated assault for shooting at passing cars on a Phoenix-area highway has been sentenced to 30 years in prison.

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KHS drama department looks for pianist

The Kingman High School Drama department is looking for a pianist to attend after-school play rehearsals for its spring musical of Camelot.

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Ducey: No 2020 Senate run, to stay governor

Ending months of speculation, Gov. Doug Ducey said he's not going to run for the Senate – at least not in 2020.

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Foundation donates $100K to family of killed deputy marshal

A foundation that helps families of fallen first responders has donated $100,000 to the family of a deputy U.S. marshal who was shot and killed in Tucson.

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Buckeye police say teen arrested after incident at school

Police in Buckeye say a teenager believed responsible for prompting a lockout at Verrado High School has been arrested.

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Rain could slightly delay patching on Stockton Hill Road

Sections of asphalt patching were completed last week for the Stockton Hill Road project, but due to rain, some areas could not be paved.

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Manzanita Elementary school on lock down due to bomb threat

Manzanita Elementary School is on lock down due to a bomb threat. Superintendent Roger Jacks said the situation is under control and Kingman Police Department is clearing out the situation.

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Santa visits Pinion Pine Fire Department, PetSmart and Mohave County Library

Santa is a busy man and he is making multiple stops throughout Kingman.