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North Coast- A 19-year-old is facing felony DUI charges after allegedly hitting a car and home in Ferndale. Plus, a burglary suspect is allegedly caught passed out in front of the home he allegedly just broke into. And, it's the first ever Humboldt County Mud Run.

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The following is from the Arcata Police Department:

On Sunday at about 1:05am, officers from the Arcata Police Department were dispatched to a burglary in progress at a residence in the 500 block of F Street.

Upon the arrival of officer's minutes later, a male subject was located passed out on a chair on the front porch of the residence.  The front door of the residence had been...

The following is from the Arcata Police Department:

On Saturday, at about 9:20pm, an officer with the Arcata Police Department located a reported stolen vehicle, a Ford Bronco, driving in the Valley West section of the city.  The vehicle had been stolen from McKinleyville and reported to CHP on Tuesday.

The officer followed the vehicle onto northbound Highway 101 until other...

The following is from the California Highway Patrol:

On Sunday, at approximately 3:30 a.m., Kyle John Wescott, age 19, from Garberville, CA was driving his 1987 BMW eastbound on Grizzly Bluff Road approaching East Ferry Road.  For reasons still under investigation, Mr. Wescott failed to negotiate a curve in the roadway and lost control of his vehicle, which subsequently struck bushes,...

From Hoopa Valley Tribe:

Hoopa, California, September 13, 2014 – Firefighters from Hoopa Forestry’s Wildland Fire Department, the U.S. Forest Service, and CAL FIRE are continuing their efforts to contain a fire threatening homes on Bald Hill and near Bloody Camp.

Five hand crews, nine engines, and three water tenders were working on the fire lines today, with the assistance of...

The Bald Hill fire burning near Hoopa expands to nearly 400 acres. The Humboldt Color Run draws out the community raising money for Fortuna's Multigenerational Center. Eureka's Paddlefest is back with free bay activities and Humboldt Pride celebrates with a parade and festival.