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July 15, 2022 - 08:50am
Bullhead City School District Decides on New Budget
The Bullhead City School District is expected to finalize a budget worth over 21 million dollars for the current fiscal year. Over 18 and a half million dollars of said budget will be dedicated to the maintenance of school systems and programs. Another important note within the potential budget is a 2% pay raise for all teachers within the school district. Many important plans are being conducted on the basis of the budget, including replacing air conditioning and ventilation on multiple campuses. The budget will look to improve education quality at every level.

July 15, 2022 - 08:49am
Lake Havasu Property Tax to Remain the Same
The Lake Havasu City council has decided to continue the same property tax rate as the last four years. The council had been considering dropping the tax rate by a few cents, but ultimately kept the rate the same for property owners with plans to look to potentially lowering the rate in the future. The vote amongst the council ended in a 5-2 conclusion, with the two opposing votes in favor of lowering the rates this year. With the decision to postpone potential tax cuts until next year, the council will take a look at all other rates for taxpayers in the meantime.

July 15, 2022 - 08:48am
Yuma Woman Sentenced in Shooting
A Yuma woman has been sentenced to 180 days in jail along with four years of probation following a shooting back in May of 2021. The suspect, 62-year-old Donna McKinney pled guilty to shooting inside of her parentsí residence last year during a dispute. The mother and stepfather of McKinney reportedly moved away to avoid her, but officials close to the case state that McKinney has avoided contact and is on the right path. McKinney will be allowed to serve her sentence in the Yuma jail.

July 14, 2022 - 10:50am
Backpack Buddies Supplies 1,000 Kids
The annual Tri-State Backpack Buddies Dress Kids for Success initiative helped provide up to 1,000 children with supplies last Tuesday. The children were all selected through 11 different schools. The children had received many different sets of supplies such as personal hygiene packs, school materials and their very own backpacks as well, and officials responsible for the program stated that it would not be possible to provide the kids with these supplies without the support from over 150 volunteers.

July 14, 2022 - 10:38am
Man in Bullhead Injured by Scissor Lift
A man was injured at a Bullhead City residence when a scissor lift had fallen onto his legs. Officials first were called with reports of a man injured by a crane, but when arriving to the scene found it to be the scissor lift instead. Officials on scene had to use hydraulic tools to free the man from the scissor lift, and shortly after he was transported via helicopter to University Medical Center in Las Vegas. The manís identity was not given by the fire department and information on what had occurred is not yet available.

July 14, 2022 - 10:17am
Two Bullhead City Houses Burned Down
Two homes in Bullhead City on Ramar road had burned down earlier in the week, and an ongoing investigation of the fires is underway. Officials state that the potential area where the fire started might be an outdoor cooking area, and luckily there were no injuries reported for either residence. Fire fighters were on scene for roughly two hours before the flames were controlled, and officials remind everyone that during periods of heat, it is crucial to monitor any potential fire hazards such as cooking outdoors.

July 07, 2022 - 11:45am
Kingman MCC to Offer HVAC Courses
The MCC campus in Kingman is expanding their HVAC/R program to help students become certified to fill positions around the city. The goal is to have a program that will let students become certified residential air conditioning technicians after just one semester. The college also works alongside local businesses to create work opportunities for those recently certified. With services in the area depending on air conditioning and ventilation, the college hopes to provide students a chance to make their careers in the business.

July 07, 2022 - 11:44am
Lake Havasu State Park Sees Growth in Tourism
Reports state that attendance of the Lake Havasu State Park for Fourth of July weekend was up 10 percent from last year. Officials were unsure of turnout due to Fourth of July falling on a Monday this year, but around 17 thousand showed to the park for festivities. These numbers point officials to the growing number of tourists in Lake Havasu City and the growth that comes from such a number. As always, local law enforcement did their part in keeping things safe for the weekend, and officials look forward to the hopeful growth next year as well.

July 07, 2022 - 11:43am
Charges Coming for Murder Suspect
A Lake Havasu City man is facing sentencing this week for charges of second-degree murder. The suspect, 37-year-old Brian Robinson was one of three defendants in a homicide investigation and faces up to 25 years in prison if convicted. Robinson had initially faced charges of first-degree murder but had pleaded guilty to second-degree charges. Robinson has been detained since surrendering peacefully on April 15th, and prosecutors have indicated that the maximum sentence for Robinson is in consideration.

July 06, 2022 - 09:27am
MCC to Offer Teaching Certification Courses
With the need for teachers across America growing, MCC will be implementing a new program for those with a bachelorís degree to get certifications to teach. The program is available for those currently working in local school districts looking to become an elementary school teacher. Tuition assistance can be offered for the 14-course program, and some districts may even pay employees to complete courses within the program to earn certification. The program is slated to begin August 22nd on all MCC campuses.

July 06, 2022 - 09:26am
Fatal Scooter Crash in Lake Havasu City
A single vehicle crash in Lake Havasu City on the Fourth of July has resulted in the fatality of the driver in the incident. Reports state that around 11pm, authorities reported to the crash site on the Havasu Riviera Parkway and located 60-year-old Roger Linville. Linville had been operating a scooter-like vehicle without a helmet and sustained serious injuries during the crash. He was transported to Havasu Regional Medical Center and later passed away. The crash is still being investigated by authorities.

July 06, 2022 - 09:25am
Teenager Hurt in Boat Collision
A 17-year-old was injured near Parker strip over the Fourth of July weekend. The teen had sustained major injuries when he had collided with a boat propeller during a major boat collision. The teen was flown by San Bernardino County Air Rescue helicopter to a Phoenix trauma center after the incident and was reported to be in stable condition. Deputies from the Colorado River Station Marine Enforcement Unit had investigated the incident and have already determined that alcohol was not a factor in the incident.