Authorities are investigating a plane crash on Sunday afternoon in Lake Havasu City. The crash happened at a runway at the Lake Havasu City Airport around 4:10 p.m.
Brenda Thomas, 51, was arrested in Kingman for disorderly conduct with a weapon and resisting arrest.
Andrew Jacob Sundberg, 22, was hired as a detention officer in 2018 and was promoted to a Mohave County deputy in January 2020.
A man went missing on June 28 near Lake Havasu and two months later, he remains missing, investigators say.
An autopsy will be performed by the county Medical Examiner’s Office in an attempt to identify the remains.
The edict from the Colorado River Union High School District Governing Board carries no repercussions for administrators, staff, and teachers who violate it. That would be up to Superintendent Monte Silk, who supported the motion.
The 2021-2022 school year has begun and some districts in Arizona are requiring face coverings to be worn in the classroom. Check to see the mask policies for your child's school.
Bullhead City Police officials say one of their own has passed away following a prolonged battle against COVID-19.
Weather officials say temperatures of up to 120°F are expected as an excessive heat warning was extended to nine counties. Back in Phoenix, two hiking trails will be closed to keep people safe during the hot weather.
Officials with the Mohave County Sheriff's Office say the body of a California man who apparently drowned has been recovered.
A Southern California man went missing in the Colorado River along an Arizona campsite on July 31. He's being searched for by land, air and dive teams.
Authorities investigating the crash of a small plane that was responding to a northwestern Arizona wildfire on July 10 included an account of the possibility that the plane's left wing fell off.
Officials say a woman was arrested for the deaths of her children in who were found in separate bathtubs.
Bullhead City authorities said July 20 that a 27-year-old California man drowned Monday evening.
Forests announcing changes effective July 16 included Apache-Sitgreaves, Coconino, Kaibab Prescott and Tonto. Some of those forests said they still have closures and restrictions in effect in some areas due to active wildfires and other circumstances.
Fire officials said the crash involved an air attack aircraft that had been performing aerial reconnaissance and command and control over the Cedar Basin Fire.
Several cities in the region are hitting record or near-record high temps as firefighters struggle to contain several wildfires that continue to grow in size.
Coconino, La Paz, Maricopa, Mohave, Yavapai, Pinal and Yuma Counties are included in the warning.
The family of 62-year-old William Michael Lewis called the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office last week to report finding his vehicle parked at a scenic overlook south of Lake Havasu City.
The Coconino, Kaibab, Apache-Sitgreaves, Tonto, and Prescott National Forests have been reopened after being closed due to extreme fire dangers, dry conditions and the risk of high wildfire activity.