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September 25, 2018 - 11:02am
Expect Possible Delays as Roadwork Begins
Road work began yesterday and will continue into mid-October causing possible delays for drivers. Maintenance crews will be making pavement improvements on several roadways in the area causing some roadways to be reduced to one lane. Currently affected by the roadwork is Route 66 between Horizon Blvd and Hackberry Wash with the roadway being reduced to one lane in the both directions from 6am to 4pm. Some overnight work between Sara Park and the Hwy 95 and Interstate 40 traffic junction will also be taking place causing over night lane closures.

September 25, 2018 - 11:00am
7 Arrests Made Involving a Human Trafficking and Forced Labor Investigation
Several arrests were made last week as a result of an investigation into human trafficking and forced labor in the area. Numerous homes and massage parlors were served state search and arrest warrants resulting in the rescue of a female Chinese national victim and several arrests. Seven arrests were made on various charges related to sex trafficking, money laundering, and facilitating prostitution. Information on specific arrests was not available. More information about this active and ongoing investigation will become available after todayís scheduled joint press conference.

September 24, 2018 - 10:21am
Grand Opening for The New Colorado River Historical Society Museum Expected to be Much Sooner than Originally Anticipated
Exciting news for the Colorado River Historical Society. The construction of the new museum building at Community Park in Bullhead City is coming along much quicker than originally anticipated. Sometime around the Thanksgiving holiday was the predicted grand opening date however, with the fast moving construction, it looks like it could be much earlier. The museum, which is moving from its old home on Hwy 86, is going to be about the same size as the 70 year old church itís been operating out of for decades at about 21 hundred square feet. Over time, museum volunteers plan to expand the size to about 6,000 square feet.

September 24, 2018 - 10:18am
Motorcyclist Airlifted to Las vegas Hospital Following Vehicle-Motorcycle Accident
A motorcyclist was airlifted to a Las Vegas hospital following a vehicle-motorcycle accident in Bullhead City. 79 year old motorcyclist Allen Specter was traveling on Hwy 95 when a SUV pulled out in front of him from a stop on Havasupai Drive. The driver of the SUV, 81 year old John Engbrecht was cited for failure to stop at stop at a stop sign. The motorcyclist was first taken to a Bullhead City Hospital and then airlifted to a Las Vegas hospital for further treatment.

September 21, 2018 - 10:46am
Moss Gold Mines Announced Commercial Production
Moss Gold Mine has achieved commercial production as of September 1st. Not only was a huge milestone reached but a news release stated the Moss Mine also set a single day record of crushing 13,000 metric tons of ore. The feasibility study projected starting off at 3,000 tons per day and slowing raising the daily goals to 5,000 tons per day. Now the mine will average slightly less than 6,000 metric per day. Moss Mine, an open-pit gold and silver mining operation is expected to produce between 32 to 36 thousand ounces of gold for fiscal year 2019.

September 21, 2018 - 10:45am
Man Killed on Interstate 40 by hit and Run Driver
A mesa man was killed as a result of a hit and run incident on Interstate 40 near the Beale street entrance. 32 year old Thomas Waite was hit around 12:30am while working on his trailer light alongside the interstate. The 32 year old died after being taken to a Kingman hospital. The unknown vehicle left the scene of the accident and the investigation is still ongoing.

September 20, 2018 - 10:26am
Mohave Electric Cooperative Accepting Application from High School Juniors- Free Trip to D.C
Mohave Electric Cooperative is now accepting applications for high school juniors to win a free trip to Washington D.C. The application includes a 300 to 500 word essay covering one of three given topics. An oral presentation will also be required for the semi-finalists that are chosen. To be eligible for the contest the studentsí parent or guardian must be an MEC member. 6 students will be selected to go on the June 2019 Trip to D.C. Applications are available in the high school offices and on the MEC website. The application deadline is Oct 6th

September 20, 2018 - 10:16am
Bark Beetle Infestation in Hualipai Mountain Park- Tree Removal in Progress
Thereís an increase of bark beetles detected in the Hualapai Mountain Park by the Mohave County Parks Department. The Bureau of Land Management, the state, and Mohave County have been working together to pinpoint the extent of the infestation and have been working on developing mitigation solutions. Impacted trees inside the Hualapai Mountain Park will removed throughout the next several months to contain the outbreak. While the removal is in progress, the Hualapai Mountain Park will remain open to the public.

September 19, 2018 - 11:05am
Mohave Community College Hosting Transfer Fair Friday
This Friday Mohave Community College the Kingman Campus will be hosting a University Transfer Fair. 19 University representatives will be at the fair to talk about the benefits of a higher education as well as the savings available to those who begin their education at MCC and transfer to a University. The Fair is free to the public and will take place this Friday at the MCC Kingman Campus in Building 200 from 9am to 3pm.

September 19, 2018 - 11:02am
City of Kingman Facing Possible Damage Claims Due to New Welcoming Arch
The city of Kingman is facing possible damage claims as result of the new welcoming arch that was installed over Beale Street. The claims were submitted at City Hall by City Council member Vickie Kress and Kingman resident Jeff Graham. The two parties are seeking reimbursement for vehicle repair for damage that occurred from striking a bump-out which supports the arch. Beale Street is about 72 feet in width with the bump-outs extending 16 feet from the curb on the both sides. Reflective strips, pavement markers along with other safety measures are in place to alert drivers however whether additional safety warnings will be set in place is still being discussed. The Human Resources Department is evaluating the claims.

September 18, 2018 - 10:16am
Fraud Alert! The Federal Trade Commission is warning citizens about scammers attempting to obtain personal information by telling people their Social Security Numbers need to be reactivated. The scammers tell victims their Social Security Numbers have been suspended due to fraud or other criminal activity. The FTC wants citizens to be aware that Social Security Numbers NEVER get suspended for any reason.

September 18, 2018 - 10:15am
Murder-Suicide in Lake Havasu City
Authorities are investigating a possible murder suicide in Lake Havasu. Monday afternoon police responded to a shots fired call in the 600 block of Beachcomber Blvd. Upon arrival they found a woman and girl dead from gunshot wounds. Inside a vehicle police located a man also dead from a gunshot wound which appeared to be a suicide. Although police have yet to confirm the identities, residents stated the two females were mother and daughter Jamie and Hannah Gottier, Hannah a Freshman at Lake Havasu High School. The identity of the man has not yet known. Additional details will follow when more information is released.