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One person and several animals are dead after a house fire in Klamath. One of southern Humboldt's most wanted has turned himself in.The Yurok Tribe filed a 60 day notice of intent to sue the National Marine Fisheries Service and Bureau of Reclamation. Twelve newly refurbished instruments will enter the Humboldt School System. Distracted driving by cell phone usage is on the rise. Mobile home park residents in Arcata voiced their concerns about increasing rent. Pacific Outfitters held their first paddle expo of the summer on Saturday. The Redwoods prepare for the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service.

Post date Saturday, June 25, 2016 - 18:35

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One person and several animals are dead after a house fire in Klamath. One of southern Humboldt's most wanted has turned himself in.The Yurok Tribe filed a 60 day notice of intent to sue the National Marine Fisheries Service and Bureau of Reclamation. Twelve newly...

Post date: Saturday, June 25, 2016 - 18:34

ARCATA - For more than one year Arcata’s mobile home park residents have been concerned about increasing rent and Friday night they were able to express their needs to city staff.

The city’s Community Development Department hosted a special Mobile Home Park Affordability Meeting at the D Street Neighborhood Center. A few dozen mobile home park residents attended to share thoughts about...

Post date: Friday, June 24, 2016 - 21:00

ARCATA - The Creamery District in Arcata has really transformed since last summer with the new pedestrian and bike lane and art on the fence. Now the district's Saturday market is back.

The first of four summer markets will kick off Saturday morning at 11. It's a celebration of art with more than a dozen local artists showing off and selling their unique handmade goods. It now...

Post date: Friday, June 24, 2016 - 20:56

HUMBOLDT - The Department of Health and Human Services estimates that 5% of Humboldt County’s population is living with Hepatitis C and that it’s been on the rise for several years.

Local hospitals and blood banks are required to report cases of Hepatitis C and a graph from DHHS shows a steady increase for the past 20 years. Rates of infection are determined in terms of incidence and...

Post date: Friday, June 24, 2016 - 20:51

EUREKA – There’s a lot of talk about gun control after the mass shooting in Orlando and the 24-hour democratic sit-in on Capitol Hill. But the Eureka Police Department is aiming to stay ahead of the game with their own tactics on gun control. Police Chief Andrew Mills says it’s one of the department’s top priorities. 

In the last month the Eureka Police Department has seized 20 guns off...

Post date: Friday, June 24, 2016 - 20:42

EUREKA- A suspected thief was apprehended in Eureka by the HCSO. 

Around 1 pm Thursday, deputies responded to Alto Brothers. A victim saw his stolen items inside a brown pickup truck that belonged to 23-year-old William German. German came out of his vehicle and returned one of the items to the victim. Deputies searched German after they found out he had a warrant for his arrest. They...

Post date: Friday, June 24, 2016 - 17:38

KLAMATH-Residents are displaced after a structure fire in Klamath. 

Shortly after 11:30 am Friday, multiple agencies, including Klamath and Crescent City Fire crews responded to 15 Zwierleine Drive. You can see a firefighter outside the residence in the photo and smoke coming out of the building. A woman's oxygen tank might have been some how accidentally involved in causing the fire....

Post date: Friday, June 24, 2016 - 17:33

EUREKA- California Cancer Crusher's 4th Annual Wings for a Cure fundraiser is Friday. 

The event will benefit St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital and the Breast and GYN Health Project. It will also go towards a scholarship for a local student affected by cancer, as well other local families. The fundraiser will feature Lost Coast Brewery beer and wings. There will also be a DJ...

Post date: Friday, June 24, 2016 - 17:29

EUREKA- According to EPD, over 96% of panic alarms set off last year were false.

When an alarm is set off, EPD dispatches 3 officers. Several Eureka businesses made up more than half of reported false alarms. EPD says they will continue to respond to them, and are working with the city to make changes to the false alarm ordinance. They will be writing letters to those who abuse the...

Post date: Friday, June 24, 2016 - 17:24
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