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NORTH COAST- It's California Coastal Cleanup Day and North Coast residents do their part in the effort.  The Happy Camp Complex Fire in the Klamath National Forest is 74 percent contained.  It was day one of the North Country Fair in Arcata and families came to the Boys and Girls Club Day for Kids in Eureka.  We also hear what goals the Republican California Secretary of State candidate has if he is elected.

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EUREKA - It’s National Child Safety Awareness Week and several public safety agencies held a car seat check Friday. The event checked to see if seats were properly installed and made adjustments if necessary.

The event ran from 11 to 1 in the Eureka Target parking lot and was free and open to the public. The car seat check took no more than thirty minutes.

Representatives from...

EUREKA - The Humboldt Senior Resource Center first opened its doors in 1974 and has been providing services and meals to the community’s senior population for forty years. As part of their 40th anniversary celebration, they hosted a senior prom Friday.

“We've invited people to dress up and come and have a good time. I've seen people with tiaras on and others dressed to the “T...

The Department of Fish and Wildlife is advising deer hunters to check for fire closures before heading into the field for upcoming deer hunts.

With so many large wildfires raging in California, some areas of public land and roads have been closed for public safety. Deer hunting is opening up in some of those areas over the next few weeks. Hunters are urged to check the links listed for...

Orleans - Lightning has set yet another fire in Six Rivers National Forest.

Authorities are calling it the “Strike Fire.” It began Wednesday afternoon in the Bluff Creek Drainage Area near the Orleans Ranger District. Air tankers and helicopters were initially used to allow safe passage for firefighters to access the blaze. This has allowed personnel to keep the fire relatively small at...

ARCATA- Humboldt State University students and community members marched for action against climate change on Friday.

The event is in solidarity with what is expected to be the largest climate march in history in New York City this Sunday. More than a thousand marches are scheduled across the world as well.

Students, alumni and community members took part in the march. The walk...