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February 16, 2018 - 12:40pm
Mohave High School Trip to Iceland Approved
Students from Mohave High School have been approved to begin fundraising for the trip of a lifetime. On Monday, students received preliminary clearance by the governing board of The Colorado River Union High School District to begin the fundraising for their trip to Iceland. The trip to will include a multitude of educational activities including, glacial hikes and a visit to a geothermal plant among others. According the preliminary schedule the group will leave the Monday of Spring Break Week, March 11th, and return on March 18th. Students are working hard to make the trip a reality.

February 16, 2018 - 12:39pm
Third Suspect in Double Homicide
The double homicide that was reported in January now has a third suspect. 28 year old, Bullhead City man, Jose Vizcara was arrested on two counts of first degree murder, two counts of abandoning a dead body, among others. The bodies of 22 year old Daryl Ward and 51 year old Mona Carter were found in a desert area off El Rodeo in Fort Mohave. Detectives believe there was possible drug involvement in the murders. Anyone with any information is the case is asked to call the Bullhead City Police Department.

February 16, 2018 - 12:30pm
Missing Kingman Man Still Missing
It’s been two years since 20 year old Tyler Stice of Kingman has gone missing and it still remains a mystery. The now 22 year old was last seen heading to work in June of 2016 and the family has not given up hope. A few days later Stice’s Ford Mustang was found abandoned at Deer Canyon recreational area off Hualapai Mountain Rd. Some of his personal belongings were missing from the vehicle including his keys cell phone. Search dogs lost his scent while tracking it into the nearby woods. Anyone with any information on Tyler’s disappearance is asked to call the Kingman Police Department.

February 15, 2018 - 09:03am
Winter Blast Pyrotechnics Show Starts Tonight
Winter Blast is coming once again to Lake Havasu City. The four-day event starts tonight at Sara Park off Highway 95 in Lake Havasu City. The 29th annual Western Winter Blast Pyrotechnic Show takes place Friday, Saturday and Sunday as well. The shows start at 7:30 and you can park at the Havasu 95 speedway and ball field parking lots at a cost of $5 per vehicle Friday through Sunday. You can’t park on the shoulder of the road and if you want to get into Havasu 95 Speedway’s spectator area, you’ll need to pay $5. Kids 12 and under are free. You’ll want to get there early to get a good spot. Gates open at 4pm and alcohol, pets, tents and fireworks are not permitted.

February 15, 2018 - 09:02am
Trial Date Set in Yucca Murder Case
26-year-old Buddy O’Brian Wallace has a trial date set for July. The attorney for the man accused of killing an elderly man, who was found slumped over his kitchen table in Yucca, was previously asking for records and a DNA test for a teenage girl. The girl allegedly stayed with the victim for several weeks. The victim, 70-year-old Charles John McCarty was found covered in blood in his travel trailer in October of 2015. He had multiple stab wounds to his chest and back. The next day, McCarty’s truck was found several miles from the crime scene. Wallace was arrested on charges of two counts of first-degree murder, first-degree burglary and theft of a vehicle. Another hearing is set for Friday.

February 14, 2018 - 09:54am
Master Gardener Presentation to be Held Tomorrow
Master Gardener programs are being offered to the public, free of charge. The sessions are held at the Mohave County Library in Bullhead City, at 1170 Hancock Road from 2 to 4 pm. Topics include “How to Prune Non-Citrus Trees and Shrubs” as well as “Everything You Wanted to Know About Roses.” Right now is the season for pruning and you can find out how to prune citrus trees and shrubs in tomorrow’s presentation. The free presentations are held the third Thursday of every month between September and November and again between January and May. If you’re interested in becoming a master gardener or you’d just like to take classes, you can attend classes at Mohave Community College starting tomorrow. For more information about the program, call the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Office at 928-753-3788.

February 14, 2018 - 09:54am
Second ASU Havasu Town Hall Meeting Held Today
The second Arizona State University Lake Havasu Town Hall Meeting is set to take place in Santiago 109 at ASU. You’ll hear more about ASU’s strategic five-year plan and be able to give your input. The meeting will be an open forum and campus tours will also be taking place. Refreshments will also be served and there’s no need to RSVP for this free event, which is open to the public. The event will be held by the Community Advisory Group, which is made up of local leaders and businesses in our community, as well as city officials and education leaders. You might even meet Sparky, ASU’s new mascot. For more information, contact ASU at 928-854-9705.

February 14, 2018 - 09:52am
Texas Woman Charged with Manslaughter
A 43-year-old Texas woman was charged with felony manslaughter as well as driving under the influence of alcohol. Melanie Luverne Jones’ blood alcohol limit was said to be .20 percent. If convicted, she could spend 10 years in prison. Jones has three prior DUI convictions, with the most recent in 2013. 34-year-old Robert Dale Fox II died while riding his bicycle. He was allegedly hit by Jones when his bicycle hit the curb and he was thrown off. Sentencing for Jones is set for March 15th.

February 14, 2018 - 09:51am
Another Suspect Arrested in Double Homicide Case
Another suspect was arrested in the case of a couple who was killed in Fort Mohave. 28-year-old Jose Eduardo Vizcara is now in custody on charges of conspiracy to commit murder, plus charges of kidnapping and abandonment of a dead body. 26-year-olds Francisco Javier Romero and Lamya Lynn Benchegroun were arrested previously, on charges they allegedly murdered 22-year-old Daryl Ward and 51-year-old Mona Carter. Their bodies were found in the desert in a vehicle that was set on fire, not far from El Rodeo Road in Fort Mohave. The investigation is still underway. Romero and Benchegeround were both indicted last week by a Mohave County Grand Jury. If convicted of first-degree murder, the suspects could face the death penalty or life in prison.

February 13, 2018 - 10:05am
Bullhead City One of Most Affordable Cities in Arizona
Bullhead City has made the list again as one of the most affordable cities in Arizona. The information was compiled using the 2017 fourth-quarter Cost-of-Living Index Annual Average Data Report. Some of the factors in Bullhead City’s favor include the price of gas, which stands as low as $2.13 a gallon. Other costs, such as housing, utilities, groceries, healthcare, transportation and goods and services were also factored into the data, which is compared to that of other cities across the state. City Manager Toby Cotter says unemployment is down and city revenue is up. More businesses are also moving in and the number of commercial permits is up. Sales tax revenue, state sales tax and vehicle license tax collection also went up as well as taxes and fees related to motor vehicle registration and operation, including taxes on gas and fuel use.

February 13, 2018 - 10:02am
Trial Date Set in Kayaker Case
The man who allegedly shot at kayakers he says were on his property has a trial date. 68-year-old Danny Eugene Button will be in court beginning February 27th. His status hearing takes place February 21st. Four kayakers were allegedly shot at while paddling down Burro Creek. Three kayakers were allegedly held at gunpoint and not allowed to leave for awhile. Another one was threatened after shots were fired at him.

February 13, 2018 - 10:00am
Six Injured in Head-On Collision
Six people were injured in a head-on crash in Laughlin. One person was flown to Havasu Regional Medical Center in Lake Havasu City. The others were taken to Valley View Medical Center in Fort Mohave. Several agencies, including the Fort Mojave Mesa Fire Department, Mohave Valley Fire Department, Clark County Ambulance, Tribal Police and Classic Air all helped out on the scene. The crash, which took place on Aha Macav Parkway near the Avi Resort & Casino, is still under investigation.