The Paw Pantry will hold its giveaway of food, warm clothing and more to those in need at 9 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 14 in the lot behind Preston Investments, next to Stockton Hill Animal Hospital at 4335 Stockton Hill Road.
The trial of a Kingman man accused of finding and keeping a suitcase of cash at Walmart opened in Mohave County Superior Court on Tuesday, Dec. 10.
The American Water Infrastructure Act requires community water systems that serve populations greater than 3,300 to prepare a response plan by June 30, 2021.
Flu season is here, and at a time when some Americans are hesitant to trust vaccines, physicians are urging the public to get their shots so the community stays as safe and healthy as possible.
The City of Kingman has changed its approach to implementing parklets and pedlets downtown, as staff is no longer recommending a pilot program limited to one to three businesses. Instead, staff has advised Council to approve the program for a large chunk of downtown.
Joseph Lloyd Whybark, charged with leaving the scene of an accident that resulted in the death of a Bullhead City woman in April, has pleaded guilty and could serve between 12 and 30 years in prison.
Economic Development Advisory commissioners recently got together with Tourism Services Manager Josh Noble and Gary Kellogg from economic development for a chat on how to make the Powerhouse Visitor Center even better.
Brian Skinner and Kingman Riot MMA are teaching local children that they can work together to combat bullying and make their community a safer, more-welcoming place to live.
Now that his life has been saved, Boss the Belgian Malinois will join the Patriotic Service Dog Foundation.
The winter storm watch for areas of northwestern Arizona above 4,000 feet has been elevated to a winter storm warning, which according to the National Weather Service, means Thanksgiving travel will be “very hazardous or impossible.”