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Trial date set in bridge-blocking case

Should it be necessary, Wright’s trial will begin at 1:30 p.m. Dec. 3, 2019.

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Francis William Allison moves to court of Judge Rick Lambert

Allison withdrew his guilty pleas after Judge Sipe rejected the deal, which would have seen the defendant serve between 21 and 28 years in prison.

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Kingman resident Porter Pollard will paddle some 500 miles to benefit veterans, first responders. Can you help him?

Porter Pollard has enjoyed a life of excitement and unique experiences from climbing mountains to kayaking in Alaska, but now that he’s retired, the U.S. Navy veteran has decided to give his adventuring a purpose.

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Gerald Richardson sentenced to 10 1/2 years in prison for manslaughter

Richardson spoke at his sentencing and said he was sorry to Orozco’s friends and family and that he had nothing against Orozco.

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Justin James Rector gets life in prison for murder of 8-year-old Isabella Grogan-Cannella

Isabella’s 18-year-old sister told the court that her little sister had been “nothing but smiles and laughs.”

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Rector can't withdraw plea, will be sentenced for murder Friday

“There is, from the court’s perspective, absolutely no manifest injustice in allowing Justin Rector to enter a plea by representing himself on Dec. 18, 2018,” the judge said.

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City zoning commission shoots down front-side setback text amendment

City staff brought the matter to the attention of commissioners for a number of reasons.

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Mohave County Animal Shelter hosts dog adoption event

Mangiameli said Tractor Supply, 3136-A Stockton Hill Road, has graciously offered to host the event.

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Mighty Mud Mania returns to Firefighter's Memorial Park on Thursday, July 11

While last year had some precipitation toward the end of Mighty Mud Mania, Fruhwirth said there was still an excellent turnout.

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Library hosts game and fish representative for tortoise talk

Admission to the event is free and will run on a first-come, first-served basis.

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