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March 22, 2019 - 11:17am
The Kingman Clean City Commission and the Kingman Sanitation Department will be offering specially discounted, quarterly trash haul cleanup
The Kingman Clean City Commission and the Kingman Sanitation Department will be offering specially discounted, quarterly trash haul cleanup for the last week of March and the entire month of April starting Monday. This special trash cleanup is only available to residential customers that are within the Kingman City limits. To request an extra trash pickup, for a discounted price of $3, contact the Kingman Water Department or the Kingman Public Works Department. Items that will not be accepted include any form of concrete or rock, tires, hazardous waste, and refrigerators or air conditioners.

March 22, 2019 - 11:08am
Smith's Food and Drug Store's to No Longer Accept Visa Credit Cards as of April 3rd.
As of April 3rd, Smiths Food and Drug stores as well as Smithís Fuel Centers will no longer be accepting Visa Credit Cards as a form of payment. Excessive interchange and network fees that Visa and its issuing banks charge retailers drive up food prices for all customers. In order to keep prices low for customers they have decided to stop accepting Visa credit cards however Visa debit cards will still be accepted as well as all other major credit cards including MasterCard, Discover and American Express. This decision will affect over 130 supermarkets and over 100 fuel centers across 7 states.

March 21, 2019 - 10:21am
BIG Decisions Were Made at the Bullhead City Council Meeting
A lot of decisions were made Tuesday at the Bullhead City Council meeting. In a 6-0 vote, the council first approved to enter into a professional services agreement with Raftelis Financial Consultants to determine the value of EPCOR assets in Bullhead City. The value of the utility needs to be established should the city pursue ownership of the water company through either negotiation or condemnation. This agreement will cost the city roughly $400,000. The council also approved by a 6-0 vote amendments to the city comprehensive fee schedule and city code dealing with watercraft, ordering a $5 fee for each watercraft rental transaction to be paid by vendors doing business in Bullhead City. The fee, which will likely be added to the rental cost, will be reserved for the cityís Colorado River Safety Program. That program pays a contractor to support the Bullhead City Police Department in patrolling the river and providing safety services. On that note, the council also voted 6-0 to enter into a contract with Water Rescue and Safety LLC to provide those services. The company would provide 6 employees Ė two, 2 man teams on personal watercrafts and two individual lifeguards each riding with a Bullhead City officer on river patrol. The services would be provided on Fridayís Saturdayís, Sundayís, and holidays.

March 20, 2019 - 10:09am
The Public is Invited to an Open House to Discuss the Upcoming Swanson Ave Reconstruction Project Today in Lake Havasu City
The public is invited to an open house to discuss the upcoming Swanson Ave Reconstruction Project today in Lake Havasu City. The open house will give residents, businesses, and property owners an opportunity get more information regarding this important project. The reconstruction project will improve the areas between the intersections of Acoma Blvd and Smoketree Ave. The open house will take place today from 5 to 7pm at the Aquatic Center on Park Ave

March 20, 2019 - 10:07am
Man Arrested for Involvment in Fatal Hit and Run Accident; DPS Looking for Two Other Vehicle's Involved
A Bullhead City man has been charged in connection with a fatal hit and run accident. 78 year old David Evans was arrested Monday night and charged with failure to stop for an accident involving injury or death. The victim, 18 year old Taylor Young was walking across hwy 95 near Camp Mohave Rd when she was struck by a Chrysler 300 believed to be driven by Evans. The Arizona Department of Public Safety is now seeking more help from the public in identifying two other vehicles that may have struck the woman. The vehicles are described as a red passenger vehicle and a white or light colored pick-up truck. Neither driver stopped at the scene. Anyone with any information is asked to contact authorities.

March 20, 2019 - 10:06am
A Bullhead City Man Who Failed to Meet Incentives in a Plea Agreement is Now Facing Possible Prison Time
A Bullhead City man who failed to meet incentives in a plea agreement is now facing possible prison time. 36 year old Jonathan Hegge pleaded guilty to theft for illegally obtaining more than $67,000 in Arizona Department of Economic Security and Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System benefits over a 22 month period. He also pleaded guilty to an unrelated aggravated assault charge. Under the plea agreement, Hegge was required to make an initial restitution payment of $2,000 and attend his sentencing hearing to earn probation rather than prison time. His failure to do so exposes him to as long as 8.5 years in prison. His attorneys could not explain his absence at the hearing and a warrant has been issued for his arrest.

March 19, 2019 - 10:49am
American Vets post AZ19 Hosting a Benefit Performance Tonight
Today the American Vets post AZ19 will be hosting a benefit performance at St. Johnís Evangelical Lutheran Church in Bullhead City. Enjoy a night of classics with Jerry K and Mike Sullivan from 6 to 7:30pm. From Frank Sinatra to Neil Diamond and Tony Bennett to Johnny Cash itís sure to be a good time. Tickets are $10 at the door with all proceeds going to the Mohave Valley American Vets Post AZ19.

March 19, 2019 - 10:47am
A Mohave Valley Man Who Spent 19 Months in Custody was Acquitted of Kidnapping and Aggravated Assault Charges
A Mohave Valley man who spent 19 months in custody was acquitted of kidnapping and aggravated assault charges. 43 Nathan Strawderman was accused of striking his estranged girlfriend with a baseball bat however the victimís claims were unsupported by medical records involving injury or other evidence. The jury convicted Strawderman of the two least serious assault related charges while finding him not guilty of kidnapping and 3 aggravated assault charges. During his sentencing hearing the judge declined to impose a prison sentence or additional jail time. He ordered a 519-day jail sentence while crediting Strawderman for the same days spent in custody.

March 19, 2019 - 10:44am
Lake Havasu Man Arrested for Selling Cocaine Following Investigation
Over the past several weeks, detectives from the Lake Havasu City Police Departmentís Special Investigations Unit have been conducting an investigation into a subject selling cocaine at a residence in the 3300 block of Tomahawk Drive. A search warrant was served turning up 31.3 grams of cocaine along with numerous items of drug paraphernalia. As a result of the investigation, 27 year old Ricardo Duarte was arrested and charged with possession of narcotic drugs for sale and possession of drug paraphernalia.

March 19, 2019 - 10:43am
Lake Havasu City Authorities Allege A 4 Year Old Boy was Molested by a Teenager
Lake Havasu City authorities allege a 4 year old boy was molested by a teenager who was on Christmas leave from basic training from a U.S. Army base in South Carolina. According to reports 19 year old Joshua Sword was visiting the victimís parents when the boyís father used his fingernail to unlock a bedroom door and discovered his partially undressed son in the room while Sword ran to a closet. Sword told the father that his sonís pants were down because he wet himself. The young boy however told investigators that Sword touched him inappropriately. Sword is charged child molestation and is currently awaiting trial.

March 18, 2019 - 10:34am
Lake Havasu City is Seeking Volunteers for Various City Programs
Lake Havasu City is seeking volunteers for various City programs. A few areas throughout the city to volunteer include: administrative services, Havasu Mobility, Recreation, Victim advocates, and Consolidated Courts. If you are at least 14 years of age and are interested in Volunteering in Lake Havasu, youíre asked to register at L-H-C-A-Z dot gov slash volunteer.

March 18, 2019 - 10:33am
A Candlelight Vigil to be Held This Friday in Honor of 18 Year Old Taylor Young
A candlelight vigil will be held this Friday to honor a young woman who lost her life on Saturday, after sustaining serious injuries caused by a hit and run accident Friday night. At approximately 9pm, 18 year old Taylor Young was walking across Hwy 95 near Camp Mohave Rd in Fort Mohave when she was struck by a vehicle that fled the scene. Young succumbed to injuries the following day. Authorities and family members are seeking the publicís help in identifying the vehicle and driver involved in the fatal accident. The vehicle was said to be a dark blue Chrysler 300. Witnesses told authorities the vehicle has a handicap plate that included the letters G and W. Anyone with any information about the accident is encouraged to contact authorities. The candlelight vigil will be held at 7p this Friday near the scene of the accident close to Ace hardware in Fort Mohave.