Category: You Report

EXTENDED FORCAST

  Friday Aug 15 AT THE RIVER: Day: Mostly sunny. Highs around 106°F. Heat index around 112°F. Southeast wind to 10 MPH. IN THE MTS: Day: Sunny. Highs around 93°F. South southwest wind 9 to 15 MPH, gusting to 21 MPH. AT THE RIVER: Night: Clear. Lows around 88°F. South southwest wind to 5 MPH. IN THE MTS: Night: Clear. Lows around 72°F. South southwest wind to 8 MPH Saturday Aug 16 AT THE RIVER: Day: Sunny. Highs around 108°F. South wind 2 to 11 MPH, gusting to 16 MPH. IN THE MTS: Day: Sunny. Highs around 95°F. South southeast wind 5 to 14 MPH,...

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More Rain on the Way

Today Lake Havasu & Bullhead City  Day: Partly cloudy with scattered storms. Highs around 99°F. Heat index around 104°F. South southeast wind to 14 MPH. Chance of precipitation 50 percent. New precipitation amounts up to one quarter inch possible.  Night: Partly cloudy with scattered storms. Lows around 84°F. South southeast wind to 14 MPH. Chance of precipitation 30 percent. New precipitation amounts up to one quarter inch possible.  Today Kingman & the Mountains  Day: Mostly cloudy with scattered storms. Highs around 86°F. South southwest wind 7 to 14 MPH, gusting to 19 MPH. Chance of precipitation 60 percent. New...

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A-G Horne Loses Bid For Court Injunction

A Judge’s ruling leaves the door open for the Maricopa County Attorney to investigate Attorney General Tom Horne. At issue is whether County Attorney Bill Montgomery should be allowed to investigate Horne because Montgomery supports political challenger Mark Brnovich in the A-G race. Horne argues no. But Superior Court Judge Mark Brain says that’s not enough to grant an injunction against Montgomery. As Brain puts it, “if a candidate broke the law, he should receive his just reward,” regardless of it being election season. In fact, he adds, if there is probable to indict Horne, then the public has...

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Is Your Contractor Covered?

Recent weather events have caused significant propoerty damage all around the tri state area. After storms and other disasters damage property, contractor scam aertists seek to take advanteg of vulnerable populations. These scam artists frequently solicit door to door offering to do work at unbeatable prices with “leftover material” from another job. They often ask for cash payments before beginning the work. This is a reminder that before starting any work, check with the Arizona ROC at http://www.azroc.gov/   Contributed by: Sarah J., Mohave...

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