LAUGHLIN — Harrah’s Laughlin has a new family. And a new landlord.
BULLHEAD CITY — Jeanne Brooks, founder of Saving Animals in Need Together, would like to see a law established that further protects animals from serious and potentially deadly mistreatment in warm weather.
NEEDLES — More than 300 marijuana plants were seized at an unlicensed cannabis facility in Needles over the weekend after public safety and law enforcement personnel responded to a fire call.
The U.S. government has removed most of the children from a remote Border Patrol station in Texas following reports that more than 300 children were detained there, caring for each other with inadequate food, water and sanitation.
PHOENIX (AP) — An 81-year-old man who has spent decades behind bars for stealing from banks is mentally fit to stand trial in a credit union robbery in Arizona, despite his claim that he has had symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease, a judge ruled.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Days before the first Democratic presidential debates, Sen. Bernie Sanders and House progressives rolled out legislation to cancel all student debt, going further than a signature proposal by Sen. Elizabeth Warren as the two jockey for support from the party’s liberal base.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Federal officials have released their review on removing or changing vegetation over a huge swath of the U.S. West to stop wildfires on land used for cattle ranching, recreation and habitat for imperiled sage grouse.
BULLHEAD CITY — With hot temperatures arriving — and likely to stay awhile — the Arizona Department of Transportation is warning drivers to be on the lookout for tire debris on Arizona roadways.
KINGMAN — Three members of the Mohave County Attorney’s Office were recognized for professional achievement at the Arizona Prosecuting Attorneys Advisory Council’s annual conference in Tucson last week.
LAUGHLIN — The annual Rockets Over the River will feature two fireworks displays over the Colorado River near casino row to help the Tri-state celebrate Independence Day.
Two Bullhead City Police Department officers recently were promoted in a ceremony conducted with their families and colleagues. Marvin Harris, left, was promoted to sergeant while Andrew Sevillano, right, was promoted to corporal. They are joined by Bullhead City Chief of Police Brian Williamson.