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December 13, 2017 - 11:02am
More Firefighters Sent to CA; Toy Drive to Be Held to Benefit CA Families
More Arizona firefighters have been dispatched to work the Southern California fires. Some from Bullhead City were dispatched to Los Angeles, while some Mohave Valley firefighters were assigned fires in Ventura County. The Thomas Fire was at 15 percent containment earlier this week and is being called one of the five largest fires in California’s history. More than 25,000 homes are still threatened after about 800 have already burned. 98,000 people have been evacuated or have lost homes in the fires. Meanwhile, a toy drive to benefit children whom have been affected by the Thomas Fire in Ventura County will be held this Saturday. A couple of Tri-State residents are driving the toys to California for distribution on Christmas Day. Cat and Andrea Smith and Cat’s daughter, Brooklyn will be collecting unwrapped toys from 11am to 2pm at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Bullhead City. Donations to help offset the cost of driving to the fire-ravaged areas are also greatly appreciated.

December 13, 2017 - 11:01am
Prudham Released Following Felony Arson Charges
The woman who allegedly set her neighbor’s garage on fire was released after her attorney convinced the judge she wasn’t a flight risk. 55-year-old Brenda Lee Prudham was charged with felony arson of an occupied structure, aggravated assault, criminal damage and tampering with physical evidence. Two people were in the home when Prudham was allegedly caught on surveillance video starting the fire.

December 13, 2017 - 09:31am
Kingman Chamber CEO to Exit
The CEO of the Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce is leaving for what he’s calling a good opportunity to work for a great company. Gregg Martin has been on the job at the Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce for about 14 months. He starts at UniSource Energy Services as a Customer Relationship Manager on January 8th.

December 12, 2017 - 11:27am
Veterans Stand Down Event to Take Place Tomorrow
The annual Veterans Stand Down event will be held tomorrow at Sunridge Assisted Living Center. It begins at 6pm and organizers are asking you to help get veterans to this event. Veterans are able to come to the event and get whatever type of assistance they may need, thanks to the work of organizations like the Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council of Mohave County. The organization works toward helping veterans with urgent needs. They’ve also proposed the renovation of Arnold Plaza in Kingman into a veterans’ resource center and transitional home. If you’d like to get more information about the event or the organization or you’d like to help out, visit

December 12, 2017 - 11:26am
Al-Khatib Jailed on Several Felony Charges, Including Kidnapping, Assault
More details are emerging in the case involving 37-year-old Thaer Al-Khatib. The man’s wife allegedly went to the emergency room at Western Arizona Medical Center after she said she was punched in the face about 15 times and choked with the cord from a baby monitor before she got away. The hospital contacted local police in Bullhead City, who contacted the authorities in Kingman, where the incident took place. Police say they found a straw with heroin on it when they pulled Al-Khatib over and drug paraphernalia was found in his home. Al-Khatib also allegedly locked his wife in a closet and threatened to kill her and made her perform a sex act before she could leave the house. She said her husband was allegedly high on meth when it all took place.

December 12, 2017 - 11:26am
Kingman Man Steals Car at Knifepoint
A Kingman man was arrested for allegedly stealing a vehicle at knifepoint. 25-year-old Ryne Matthew Rotenbury allegedly entered a home on Shadow, threatening someone with a knife and demanding keys to their vehicle. The car was found later that day, but the suspect was nowhere to be found. The car had been damaged. A week later, the suspect was arrested in a separate incident and charged with several felonies, including armed robbery, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, burglary, criminal damage and theft of means of transportation.

December 12, 2017 - 09:55am
Riccardi Has Trial Date Tomorrow
A trial date has been set for tomorrow for a Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District board member. Vic Riccardi is facing conflict of interest charges as well as misusing public funds in order to have mechanical work performed on one of the district’s fire trucks at Ricccardi’s automotive shop in Valle Vista. Fire Chief Wayne Eder, who allegedly signed off on the work without approval from the board and Sue Wilkin, who issued the check, pleaded not guilty to the same charges. The bill was $1,357, and Riccardi said the truck had to be repaired by Fire Trucks Unlimited in Henderson, Nevada after he said he was asked to diagnose the source of an oil leak.

December 11, 2017 - 10:50am
Memorial Wreaths on Sale
It’s that time of the year again, to honor our veterans and fallen heroes by purchasing a wreath in their name. The commemorative wreaths are to honor any United States service member, living or not, from any state and any branch of the military. The wreath will display that person’s name on one end of the ribbon, with the name of the sponsor or person purchasing on the other end. The wreaths will be displayed on the north peninsula of Arizona Veterans Memorial Park. You may purchase one wreath for $25 or five wreaths for $100 through January 12th. The displays will begin on Saturday following a brief opening day ceremony at the Eternal Flame at 12 noon. The wreaths will be on display through mid-January. The proceeds collected will go toward enhancing Memorial Park with new monuments. The wreaths are sold by Veterans United, a 501©3 organization. If you’d like to buy a wreath or volunteer for the organization, you can call 928-704-0077.

December 11, 2017 - 10:49am
Sheriff's Department Searches for Man Who Allegedly Stabbed Victim Multiple Times
Deputies from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department are looking for a man who allegedly stabbed a woman several times and ran. 38-year-old Jerry Paul Endsley allegedly went to an apartment, demanding to see his child, forced entry and stabbed the victim in the head, arms and

December 11, 2017 - 10:47am
Police Searching for AM / PM Robber
Police in Bullhead City are asking for your help in locating a suspect who allegedly robbed an AM / PM on Highway 95, taking off with an undisclosed amount of money. The man was described as a white male with a bruise on his cheek, who had trouble walking. He was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt. If you have any information, you’re asked to contact the Bullhead City Police Department at 928-763-1999.

December 11, 2017 - 10:47am
Diaz Pleads Guilty to Stealing from Topock Elementary School
31-year-old Sarah Mae Diaz pleaded guilty to fraudulent schemes and theft, following an investigation at Topock Elementary School. Diaz is the former business manager at the school where she and her mother, Kim Konnerth and Konnerth’s friend allegedly misused more than $236,000 in money belonging to the school district. The thefts occurred over a five-year period. Both Konnerth and her business associate passed away. Sentencing in the case is expected to take place February 5th.

December 08, 2017 - 11:46am
Counterfiet Bills Circulating in Tri-State
The Bullhead City Police Department wants to warn you about counterfeit bills that have been circulating around the Tri-State. The denominations vary. Police say you can hold the bills up to a light to see things that would prove to be fake. Some $100 bills, for instance, have watermarks of Abraham Lincoln or even Santa Claus instead of Benjamin Franklin and a security thread from a $5 bill that’s in the wrong spot. The paper being used to print the bills are from washed and reprinted $5 bills. Some of them also have Chinese characters on them or are marked “For Motion Pictures Only.” Those bills are called Hollywood money, which is used in movies and sold online. Several local businesses have been presented with the fake money. If you see some of it, you’re asked to contact the police department and get a description of the person who tried to use it.