It was a year of change in the Tri-state, with Bullhead City voters narrowly approving a takeover of the city’s water system, new leadership at both local school districts, and the opening of the Anderson Auto Group Fieldhouse.

It also was a year where some long-standing situations were resolved or inched closer to resolution, with approval for a second bridge between Bullhead City and Laughlin and a guilty plea in a 4-year-old case of a murdered child.

As we turn the page to 2020, here’s a look back at the biggest stories making news in the Tri-state in 2019.

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BULLHEAD CITY — A second, four-lane bridge linking Bullhead City and Laughlin over the Colorado River became more real as the year progressed. 

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BULLHEAD CITY — After years of complaints trash and congestions, organizers of the planned Laughlin River Regatta decided in early April to ca…

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BULLHEAD CITY — The Anderson Auto Group Fieldhouse officially became part of the Tri-state landscape during 2019, but not without a bit more a…

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BULLHEAD CITY — Earlier this year, the Poki the Tortoise statue was to be moved a couple of hundred feet south along the highway next to Laugh…

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BULLHEAD CITY — Some city government officials generated some not-so-flattering headlines in 2019. But two of these officials landed in court …

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