Gov. Doug Ducey has ordered flags at all state office buildings be lowered to half-staff ...
The Kingman Outlaws devote some of their spare time performing fake gun fights imitating what people would see in the 1800s.
Gov. Doug Ducey is requesting double funding for this year’s wildfire season, seeking to go from $1 million to $2 million in Arizona’s wildfire prevention budget.
The program will put a cap on assistance at $10,000, which will allow approximately five customers to connect to the city through the program.
The price of water is going up in Golden Valley to cover operating and maintenance costs after the Mohave County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved rate revisions for Golden Valley Improvement District at Tuesday’s regular meeting.
Yolanda Portillo, a 68-year-old Kingman woman, lost a little over $2,000 in the Smith’s parking lot, Stockton Hill Road, the evening of Feb. 16.
Kingman Middle School is one of the schools in Mohave County participating in SUBWAY Restaurants of Arizona’s Student Achievement Awards Program.
The next weather system bringing cold temperatures and wind gusts hit the region Thursday and was expected to continue into today, the National Weather Service reported.
The work was scheduled to begin Monday, but was postponed for a week because of rainy conditions.
The judge scheduled a new trial date for March.
Councilwoman Vickie Kress and Mayor Monica Gates both inquired about the potential for discounted fees for veterans at the golf course.
Mohave County Treasurer Cindy Landa Cox is targeting January for the sale of 791 tax delinquent properties that continue to be a drag on her department budget.
The Kingman Police Department is helping make that decision easier for sixth- thru eighth-graders as enrollment is now open for the 2018 Junior Police Academy.
State Sen. Sonny Borrelli, R-Lake Havasu City, is working to create Arizona’s hemp industry with Senate Bill 1098, which was unanimously passed Feb. 15 by the Arizona Senate.
"There is no one in the world who wants the U.S. to be successful more than Canada, because your prosperity is our prosperity."
A single-vehicle crash occurred at approximately 9:40 Wednesday morning off the westbound side of Hualapai Mountain Road just west of Railroad Street at the railroad overpass, according to a Kingman Police Department press release.
A single-vehicle crash occurred Wednesday morning off the westbound side of Hualapai Mountain Road just west of Railroad Street.
One man was shot in the leg early Sunday morning during an altercation at an apartment complex in the 3300 block of Harrison Street, Kingman Police Department reported Wednesday.
It was a relatively peaceful 2017 for Kingman Police Department with no homicides, but officers responded to 44,814 calls for service, a 9.2 percent increase from the previous year.
However, a press release noted there are two policies Kingman residents may find particularly interesting.
“It’s a great event,” Millin said. “Last year was one of the biggest events in town.”
Black Sheep Ink Tattoo and Piercing, 206 N. Fourth St., is hosting their first breast cancer awareness fundraiser on Saturday, March 3rd.
Golden Valley Fire District received a report at 9:53 a.m. Sunday about a small explosion at Castle Rock Bar and Grill.
Kingman Main Street place-making group will continue discussing plans for downtown during a meeting at 5:30 p.m. today at the Kingman engineering department, 412 E. Oak St.
Buying local to replace an aging ambulance has provided big savings for an Arizona fire department.
- Truck crashes, falls onto train tracks off of Hualapai Mountain Road
- *** UPDATED *** Truck crashes, falls onto train tracks off of Hualapai Mountain Road
- UPDATED: Truck crashes, falls onto train tracks off of Hualapai Mountain Road
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