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November 20, 2018 - 10:10am
Kingman Angencies Offering FREE Thanksgiving Dinners
Various agencies in Kingman will be offering Free Thanksgiving dinners this year. On Wednesday November 21st, Living Faith Assembly of God will host a dinner starting at 2pm. On Thanksgiving Day, Kingdom of God Baptist Church will host their dinner from noon to 2, Cornerstone Mission will offer dinner from 2pm to 4pm and The Grand Event Center will host a Thanksgiving dinner from 11am to 3pm. All dinners are free and open to the public.

November 20, 2018 - 10:10am
Bullhead City Indicted on Child Abuse Charges
A Bullhead City man accused of causing injury to his 3 month daughter was indicted on his charges. 22 year old Dalton Milne is charged with two felony counts of child abuse by domestic violence one of which being a class 2 felony. Police were called to a Bullhead City hospital regarding a 3 month old baby girl with a brain injury. In early November, Milne reportedly became frustrated with his infant daughter who wouldn’t stop crying and allegedly forcefully threw her into a hard chair. The baby was airlifted to a Las Vegas Hospital and has since been released.

November 19, 2018 - 09:36am
Colorado River Historical Society Museum Now Officially Open to the Public
Today’s the day the new Colorado River Historical Society Museum will officially be open to the public. Starting today the museum will be open Monday through Friday from 10am to 4pm. For now the new building is about the same size as the old Catholic church it was once in at 2100 square feet, however, volunteers plan to expand it over time. The museums grand opening is slated for December 19th at 10am.

November 19, 2018 - 09:34am
Bullhead City Woman Leads Authorities on Vehicle Pursuit
A Bullhead city woman is facing multiple felony charges after leading officers on a vehicle pursuit. When authorities initiated a speed related traffic stop, the driver of the vehicle, 43 year old Carey Sims, reportedly yelled and ignored verbal commands from the officer. When the deputy said she was being detained for reckless driving she put her vehicle in gear and accelerated, striking the deputy. Sims then drove into a car wash where she realized she was trapped behind another vehicle. She reportedly pushed the vehicle through the car wash before driving back onto the highway and speeding away. The nearly 40 min chase ended when Sims’s vehicle was disabled. She’s been charged with aggravated assault of an officer, unlawful flight, resisting arrest, endangerment, and criminal damage.

November 13, 2018 - 10:31am
National Toy Hall of Fame Inducted 3 New Honorees
The National Toy Hall of Fame inducted three new honorees for their 2018 class. The Magic 8 ball, Uno, and Pinball will now be displayed alongside the previous 65 honorees at the Hall of Fame. The three items were chosen from a field of 12 finalists including tic-tac-toe, Tickle me Elmo, Chutes and Ladders, and chalk. The magic 8 ball itself made it the finals 7 times before being chosen as an honoree. A national panel of historians, educators, and other experts make the final selections from the 12 finalists chosen by a museum advisory committee.

November 13, 2018 - 10:30am
Topock Man Sentenced to Short Prison Term
A Topock man was sentenced to a short prison term after pleading guilty to sexual conduct with a minor. 37 year old James Lauver Jr. was once charged with 24 felony counts 23 of which were dismissed. The sexual conduct with a minor charge occurred in Golden Shores involving a girl who was around the age of 15 between May and December of 2016. Lauver was sentenced to 1 year in prison with the 8 months he already served awaiting trial being credited to his term. Lauver will also be required to register as a sex offender.

November 12, 2018 - 09:45am
BLM Conducting Emergency Wild Burro Gathering
An emergency gathering of wild burros is being conducted by the Bureau of Land Management in response to increasing public safety concerns. The BLM plans to gather and remove about 50 burros from the area the along State Route 95 just north of Lake Havasu. The gathered burros will be transported to the BLM Wild Horse and Burro facility in Florence Arizona where they will be prepped for possible adoption.

November 12, 2018 - 09:44am
Information Released Surrounding the Death of Kingman Woman In Golden Valley Shooting
More information has been released by the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office surrounding the shooting death of a Kingman woman. 31 year old Jessica Orozco was shot while attempting to enter a home in Golden Valley. Just before midnight she and two children, one of whom lived at the home, attempted to enter the home when occupant of the home fired a single gunshot. 57 year old Gerald Richardson said he thought it was an intruder entering as he was not expecting any company. Orozco was pronounced dead following a transport to a Kingman hospital. The investigation is under review by the county attorney’s office to determine if any charges are necessary.

November 08, 2018 - 09:10am
Annual Kingman Veteran's Day Parade Slated for This Saturday in Kingman
This Saturday, the annual Kingman Veteran’s Day Parade will take place in downtown Kingman. The parade will begin at the corner of 5th and Beale St starting at 10am and will end at 1st and Beale. The theme this year will be “United States Marines, 243 Years of History” sponsored by the Kingman Downtown Merchants Association and Kingman Marine Corps League. For more information or to enter go to KINGMAN VET PARADE DOT ORG.

November 08, 2018 - 09:09am
Bullhead City Man Arrested for Child Abuse
A Bullhead City man was arrested in connection with critical injuries to his 3 month old daughter. 22 year old Dalton Milne was arrested on suspicion of child abuse after authorities were called to a Bullhead City hospital for a baby with a brain injury. The mother of the 3 month old reportedly found a recent google search of “Shaken Baby Syndrome” on her phone’s history suspected to be done by Milne. The 3 month old baby girl was airlifted to a Las Vegas Hospital for further treatment and is expected to be okay.

November 07, 2018 - 09:32am
Mohave Electric Cooperative Operation Cool Shade Tree Pick up This Saturday
If you’re a Mohave Electric Cooperative member and purchased a tree for Operation Cool Shade, the tree pickup is this Saturday. Saturday Nov 10th, members can pick up the purchased trees from 7am to noon at the Justice Complex parking lot, across from the Public Works Department. You are asked to bring your purchase receipt when picking up the tree. Trees that are picked up at this time will be donated to schools and parks.

November 07, 2018 - 09:31am
Bullhead City Man Indicted on Charged Connected to Vadalism Spree
A Bullhead City man connected to an alleged vandalism spree along Hwy 95 was indicted on his charges. 30 year old Dean Randall was indicted on charges of aggravated assault, third degree burglary, robbery, shoplifting, organized retail theft, and 5 counts of criminal damage, 3 of which being felonies. Randall allegedly threw rocks through windows and glass doors at several businesses causing significant damage. He then allegedly stole various make up items from a grocery store and damaged a set of doors. The spree continued at a food mart where he allegedly stole a dress and assaulted a worker who confronted him. It was reported he hid the stolen items in the desert in which he fled. He was later arrested at his mother’s home in Bullhead City.