Kids walking down the hallway of a school. (Photo: Center on Addiction)
National

New National Study: Parents Miss Key Opportunities to Protect Kids from Risks of Substance Use as Teens Grow Older

Kids walking down the hallway of a school. (Photo: Center on Addiction) NEW YORK — Center on Addiction, a national nonprofit committed to transforming how the nation addresses addiction, released a report today that provides insights into teens’ attitudes about drugs, alcohol and nicotine. The national survey of adolescents aged 12-17 found that drugs, alcohol Read more

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Kingman

KPD Changes Criminal Reporting

Uniform Crime Reporting National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS). KINGMAN — The Kingman Police Department reports to a new crime reporting system as part of a nationwide transition by law enforcement. For the past 67 years, KPD and all other Arizona agencies have been collecting and reporting crime statistics in accordance with the Uniform Crime Read more

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Kingman

Free Firewood Permits Available Through Mohave County Emergency Management

Photo: Mohave County Division of Emergency Management KINGMAN — A limited number of firewood permits are now available through the Mohave County Division of Emergency Management. Forestry wildland fire mitigation activities inside the Hualapai Mountain Park this summer have generated a sizeable amount of timber waste materials. The general public may request a free firewood Read more

Arizona

Grand Canyon National Park Officially Certified as an International Dark Sky Park

Photo Credit: Harun Mehmedinovic/SKYGLOW Project GRAND CANYON — The National Park Service and the International Dark Sky Association are pleased to announce the Grand Canyon National Park has received its official International Dark Sky Park certification. To celebrate this milestone and kick off the 29th Annual Star Party, Grand Canyon National Park will hold a Read more