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EUREKA - A man is stabbed in the back while he eats at a local restaurant. Witnesses say one of the assailants wore a monkey mask.

Just before 4:00 Thursday afternoon, Eureka Police responded to a report of shots fired at Amy's Delights on West Harris and Union Streets. Once on scene, officers determined no shots were fired. Two or three subjects had entered the restaurant. A physical altercation ensued, then the male victim was stabbed in the back according to Captain Brian Stephens. His injuries are described as non-life threatening. The suspects fled the scene in an unknown direction of travel.

Eureka Police Captain Brian Stephens said, "We're receiving great cooperation from business owners in the area not only including the location it happened, but others so we can track down which direction everybody left in, get further descriptions. And at that time we can put out further information once we're able to confirm it."

Post date Thursday, September 29, 2016 - 17:33

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ARCATA- Over 2,700 people were without power in Arcata. A metallic balloon from Arcata High School's Homecoming Parade had come in contact with a power line. 

Just after 2 p.m. Friday, Arcata Fire District responded to 16th and J Streets. A power line fell and caused a tiny vegetation fire. Shortly after, a second power line fell on 16th and G Street. 

Half the customers power...

Post date: Friday, September 30, 2016 - 18:32

EUREKA- Models will be taking on the catwalk during a Kinetic Kouture fashion show.

'Fashion with a Re-Purpose' will be held at the Morris Graves Museum Saturday. However, it's not your typical fashion show. It's an eco-friendly event where they combine re-used materials in their outerwear pieces. There will be music and specialty cocktails. Entering the contest is free. You just show...

Post date: Friday, September 30, 2016 - 17:48

EUREKA- The fate of Eureka High School's Jay Willard Gymnasium is still not finalized.

Thursday, the Eureka City School Board held a meeting regarding the mult-million dollar decision. They voted from a few options- modernizing the current gym, constructing a new one, or determining other options following an environmental review process. Although the board was leaning towards a new gym...

Post date: Friday, September 30, 2016 - 17:37

Another veteran was named Humboldt Hero this afternoon.

The program and collaboration awards veterans monthly who currently reside within the community to honor their bravery and sacrifice. During the ceremony the American flag is raised and a salute is given.   

This month's awardee, Matthew Aldrete served in the U.S. military from July 2010 to November 2013. This was the 3...

Post date: Friday, September 30, 2016 - 17:30

North Coast community says a warm goodbye to California Department of Transportation's District 1 Director.

Friday was Charlie Fielder's last day on the job, after 28 years of experience serving the North Coast and working for Caltrans. Fielder spent his time with the company working in hydraulics, design, construction and a wide variety of other projects or programs.

He held his...

Post date: Friday, September 30, 2016 - 17:24

A two-day conference this week aimed to create healthy connections between children, families and their community. 

The first ever, Children's Mental Health Summit provided information surrounding healthy development of a child and how to establish total support for their families. The collaboration between fifteen other organizations, including the Department of Health and Human...

Post date: Friday, September 30, 2016 - 17:14

SHELTER COVE - En plein air painting at Shelter Cove is back for its 3rd annual celebration. The event allows artist to come out and paint scenic landscapes.

Over 40 artist came out and got creative. From the materials that they used, to the visuals that they chose.

“People from all over the world came out to plein art to paint beautiful pictures like this one… at the...

Post date: Friday, September 30, 2016 - 17:09

CRESCENT CITY - A Del Norte man is behind bars after he allegedly fired a weapon and made terrorist threats. 21-year Duncan Oliphant was arrested.

Wednesday afternoon around 1:30, multiple law enforcement agencies including, police, CHP, sheriff, state parks and D.A. investigators responded to the intersection of 6th and B Streets for reports of an active shooter.


Post date: Friday, September 30, 2016 - 00:20

DEL NORTE COUNTY - A Crescent City man was sentenced to 6-years in state prison after a conviction for felony drug, weapon and child endangerment charges.

The Del Norte District Attorney’s Office said 45-year Lyle Wise conducted an illegal drug operation while armed. His 2-year old child was living with him at the time. Wise was found with over 2-pounds of methamphetamine; one of the...

Post date: Friday, September 30, 2016 - 00:10
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