A new bill proposed by Arizona Rep. Regina Cobb (R-Kingman) aims to halt a water crisis in Mohave County.
The Republican-controlled Legislature took the first steps Thursday to not only enshrine into the Arizona Constitution existing requirements for police to cooperate with immigration officials but extend the mandate to universities, public schools and hospital districts.
State lawmakers voted Thursday to create a financial disincentive for state and local governments – and even schools – to try to keep weapons off their property.
It’s almost Valentine’s Day. Lots of people have profiles on online dating sites, apps or social media to find “the one.” But that interesting person who just messaged you could be a sweet-talking romance scammer trying to trick you into sending money.
A new data report from the Federal Trade Commission shows that consumers in their twenties are more than twice as likely as people 30 and older to report losing money to fake check scams.
State lawmakers are moving to ensure that owners of vacation rentals are paying what some believe is their fair share in property taxes.
Saying the state has more money than it needs, Republicans on a House panel voted Wednesday to cut state taxes to the tune of by nearly $162 million this coming budget year – and an undetermined amount years down the road.
Do you believe that progress with your weight loss has slowed down? Do you feel bored with your weight-loss efforts?
Romeo and Juliet is coming to Kingman on Tuesday, Feb. 18, just a few days after Valentine’s Day.
The Mohave County Chapter of the Republican National Hispanic Assembly will meet at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 15 Federico’s Mexican Food, 401 Beale St.
A truck that reportedly left the roadway and struck multiple mailboxes, advertisement banners and a business sign pole along the north side of Northern Avenue eventually collided with a business on the corner of Van Nuys Road and Northern on Wednesday, Feb. 12.
The 6th Annual Mangy Mutt 1K and 5K Walk/Run will be held on Saturday, Feb. 29 at the KRMC Hualapai Mountain Campus, 3601 Santa Rosa Dr.
Justin Sharpe of the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office has been promoted to the rank of sergeant in his role at the Mohave County Adult Detention Facility.
A Sweetheart Dance will be held from 1-3 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 15 at the Kathryn Heidenreich Adult Center, 1776 Airway Ave.
“The Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) of WW II” will be the topic of the next edition of the Sounds of Kingman Presents: Our Time, Our History Series.
Teachers often struggle with tight budgets, making it difficult to accomplish specific tasks or projects.
Elks Lodge 468 of Kingman will continue their strong support of military veterans by hosting a Veterans Appreciation Spaghetti and Meatballs Dinner for veterans and their spouses on Thursday, Feb. 20.
Michelle Valandingham, left, Community Medical Services clinic manager for Kingman and Lake Havasu City, and her associate Ronny Jones, right, spoke at the Kingman Route 66 Rotary Club’s Feb. 7 meeting.
Josh Noble, city tourism services manager, will be the featured speaker at the Kingman Mohave Lions Club meeting set for noon Thursday, Feb. 13 at Calico’s Restaurant, 418 W. Beale St.
Jessica and Tony are fun-loving siblings who love hanging out together.
Tickets are now available for Bluesin’ Off Beale, a Mardi Gras celebration that will not only provide attendees with food and music, but give them the opportunity to support their local chamber of commerce.
It is water, or the lack thereof, that keeps Mohave County Manager Mike Hendrix awake at night. And water was on his mind again when he spoke to the Conservative Republican Club of Kingman Monday, Feb. 10, focusing exclusively on water issues and hoping to build community support for proposed regulations.
Kingman Young Marines want to honor and memorialize veterans who served and were lost during the Dec. 7, 1941 Pearl Harbor attack, but to do so, they need the community’s help.