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May 24, 2022 - 11:55am
Long-Awaited Havasu Riviera Marina to Open
As summer begins to get into full swing, the Havasu Riviera Marina will be opening itself up to business for the public. This comes with the city-owned parkway leading to the Riviera to be opened for the first time to the public as well. The plan is for a “soft opening” to the Riviera, with a grand opening planned later on in the summer when the shop and docks are open as well. Bigger plans for the Riviera are also in the works, for an eventual restaurant and bar as well as different facilities and storages are in future plans.

May 24, 2022 - 11:53am
Kingman Man Arrested on Illegal Firearm Charges
A man from Kingman was convicted for having the illegal possession of more than 20 firearms and up to 7,600 rounds of ammunition. The suspect, 60-year-old Todd Howard, was arrested when FBI authorities had searched his home back in 2019. Authorities stated that up to 23 firearms, including revolvers, shotguns and semi-automatic rifles, were located at his estate. Howard is awaiting sentencing which should come August 1st.

May 24, 2022 - 11:52am
Texas Fugitive Apprehended in Lake Havasu City
A fugitive from Texas was arrested by authorities in northern Lake Havasu City last weekend. The suspect, 41-year-old Michael McCaskey was on the run and was wanted for assault with a deadly weapon back in Houston, Texas. McCaskey was found at a campsite and had attempted to flee before being apprehended by authorities, and a search of his campsite revealed multiple firearms and 145 grams of methamphetamine. McCaskey was booked for multiple charges and is being held at the Mohave County Jail at 50,000-dollar bond.

May 23, 2022 - 1:38pm
Arizona Foundation to Aid Arizona Housing
A foundation within Arizona looks to combat the need for housing for at-risk Arizona families by providing almost 150,000 dollars in grants. The Arizona Multihousing Charitable Foundation, an organization responsible for over 1 million dollars in charitable grants since 2005, has selected three organization to distribute nearly 150,000 dollars. The organizations who have received the grants are the Resident Relief Foundation, the UMOM New Day Centers and the Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center.

May 23, 2022 - 1:35pm
Davis Dam to Fluctuate Water to Combat Pests
With local pest issues starting to flare up, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation has responded to requests from Bullhead City and Laughlin to designate certain nights to significantly reduce water flowing form Davis Dam. These efforts are being taken in the hopes that the pest population will significantly lower in order to protect local communities and businesses alike. It is not without risk, however, for officials state that lower water levels could bring new problems such as exposed sandbars and floating debris. The decision to lower water levels hopes to be a quick fix to the growing pest problem in the area.

May 23, 2022 - 1:33pm
Fentanyl Issues Arising in Lake Havasu City
Fentanyl possession and distribution has become a major concern for Lake Havasu City states officials, and in the last 12 weeks alone over 30 fentanyl-related arrests have been made. Last week, the Lake Havasu Police Department made two more fentanyl-related arrests. 39-year-old Thomas Nichols and 57-year-old John Aguirre had their home searched on Sorrell Lane and were charged with drug sales and possession. With up to 40 percent of fentanyl pills seized last year containing a lethal dose according to the DEA, the crackdown on the drug for Lake Havasu City has become a pressing matter for the city and community.

May 20, 2022 - 11:22am
The Baby Formula Shortage and What You Need to Know
The on-going baby formula shortage is being felt by communities everywhere including locals, and the lack of product is causing unrest for families in the area. Authorities close to the business state that the shortage is due to multiple factors, such as the increased birth rate of 2022 and contamination concerns with specific formula producers such as Abbott Nutrition. As the shortage continues, officials say that other alternatives such as online retailers like Amazon may help families get the formula they need.

May 20, 2022 - 11:18am
Cancelled Veteran's Day Memorial Ceremony Optimistic for Next Year
A Veteran’s Day memorial ceremony that has long been running in Bullhead City will not be having a ceremony this year. The Veteran’s United Incorporation has produced a ceremony honoring military heroes for the past two decades, but due to factors such as COVID deaths within the organization and relocations, the organization does not have the resources this year for the ceremony. There is optimism within the organization however that things will be back to normal by next year.

May 20, 2022 - 11:16am
Update on Deceased Suspect in Bullhead City Police Custody
An update on a man who had died in custody of the Bullhead Police Department has been made. The man, 35-year-old Jesse Gardner had been pronounced dead upon arrival to the Kingman jail in what is now being deemed a suicide. Authorities had stated that they had found Gardner unresponsive and believe that the suspect had used his handcuffs to cut off his own air supply. Officials are waiting for autopsy reports to confirm the cause of death.

May 19, 2022 - 10:40am
Laughlin Board Cracks Down on "The Shell"
The Laughlin Town Advisory Board is making a case for code enforcement to look into the unfinished Emerald River Casino resort in Laughlin, better known as “The Shell”. The unfinished casino has a list of problems associated with it for the past 30 years including overgrown vegetation, pollution and scattered debris. With three decades of no action taken the board is asking for action to be taken in the forms of either completing the project or scrapping it all together.

May 19, 2022 - 10:37am
Reproductive Freedom Rights Initiative in Arizona
An initiative to protect reproductive freedom rights including abortion has started in Arizona. The initiative looks to add reproductive freedom rights to the Arizona constitution and could potentially protect abortion rights if Roe V. Wade is overturned by the United States Supreme Court. The task of getting this initiative on the ballot will be difficult, due to the fact that with the deadline approaching, the initiative would need on average around 9,000 signatures a day. Whether or not the initiative can get the signatures will be determined by July 7th

May 19, 2022 - 10:36am
Fire Restrictions Placed Within Nevada
The Nevada Division of Forestry has implemented fire restrictions for areas spanning across Clark County, including the Big Bend of the Colorado recreation area in Laughlin. With these restriction in effect, actions such as igniting fires, smoking and other fire related activities such as using torches are prohibited. These restrictions come with the dry summer season, for high winds mixed with hot and dry conditions increase the risk of fires igniting. Any violations will be considered misdemeanors with fines up to 1,000 dollars.