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NORTH COAST- Crews make progress on the Sugarbowl fire burning near Hoopa as Highway 96 reopens to one way traffic. In Fortuna, classic cars line the streets for Fortuna Redwood Auto Expo. And across the Eureka events are held for the city's first Get Out and Play Day. 

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Fortuna - Car aficionados are rejoicing. The 24th annual Fortuna Redwood Auto Expo got started Friday in the friendly city.

It’s Fortuna’s largest and best-attended public event of the year and has something for everyone. The restored and antique cars come from all over and are something to behold. There also will be vintage rock and roll, antique farm equipment, great food,...

FORTUNA- Construction is underway at East High School in Fortuna where the school district is building a brand new facility for students.

East High is a continuation campus for students who have fallen behind on credits. Nearly 100 students attend classes at the school. The previous portable building that had classrooms for the students was torn down at the beginning of the summer to...

The governor signed a new law this week that would allow incarcerated veterans better access to physical, mental health or substance abuse services.

The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation assesses every inmate prior to release and determines whether or not an inmate needs additional services upon getting out.

The new law would require the department to...

HOOPA- Highway 96 is now open as the Sugarbowl fire near Hoopa burned ten acres.

The fire is burning right above the highway, along a steep and rugged mountainside, in a rural area with no structures threatened. The fire was reported at 3:50 a.m. Friday.

Vehicles were backed up along the highway as they reached the road closure, from mile marker 6.5 to 7.6, as helicopters...

Trinidad Elementary School is in the process of modernizing its campus, and officials say when it’s done, students will have a safer and more beautiful learning environment.

Officials with the Trinidad Union School District say more state funding used to be available to help schools do general maintenance and upkeep.

"Since we've been experiencing more budget challenges in the...