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EUREKa - The Job Market, in collaboration with College of the Redwoods, will be offering two courses focused on helping people transition quickly into new jobs.

The courses are in office work, and the fundamentals of bookkeeping.

The office specialist course aims to help people trying to move on from entry level office positions.The bookkeeping class is intended to help with...

Post date: Thu, 02/23/2017 - 19:11

EUREKA - Senator McGuire is leading a charge in the state to protect the environment and state and national parks.

McGuire introduced the new Senate Environmental Protection Legislative package as a way to combat any changes in federal environmental law.

The three new state bills are called, the California Environmental Defense Act, the Public Lands Protection Act, and the...

Post date: Thu, 02/23/2017 - 19:05

KING SALMON - Police are investigating after two men led them on a high-speed chase after reports of an alleged shooting.

The suspects taken into custody are Reubuen Perez and Timothy Ramerez.

At around 2:45 PM a ten-year-old called police saying men had shot at her and her friends. The child gave a description of the vehicle and when the units responding to the incident spotted...

Post date: Thu, 02/23/2017 - 18:54

Today community members had the opportunity to chat over a cup of coffee with Eureka police officials.

The idea for the now monthly event “Coffee with the Captains” started about two years ago to give citizens a chance to come out to meet and greet the captains and discuss any issues they may be having.

Some topics that came up today include homelessness related issues and law...

Post date: Thu, 02/23/2017 - 18:03

This week, after nearly 100 years of service, the long time running Italian restaurant, Roy’s, shut its doors for good.

The business dates back to 1919 when the Fanucchi family moved to Arcata and wanted to start a cigar business and speakeasy.

After prohibition ended the business became an official bar and restaurant and has since grown into a staple of the Eureka community....

Post date: Thu, 02/23/2017 - 17:59

EUREKA - With heightened focus on federal immigration enforcement, Eureka Police Chief Andrew Mills penned an op-ed reiterating his department’s policy. 

The Chief began the letter by sharing the story of his son-in-law Miguel, a U.S. citizen. The Chief wrote that Miguel was detained when traveling and asked to show his green card for having brown skin. 

Chief Mills used this...

Post date: Thu, 02/23/2017 - 17:24

EUREKA - Police arrested a Eureka man for evading officers twice then striking a patrol vehicle with his car.

Wednesday night around 10:45 near the intersection of Pine and Buhne, an EPD sergeant noticed a car driving without its headlights.

52-year-old Todd Cravens allegedly fled the attempted traffic stop. Officers located his vehicle at Del Norte and B Streets and say Cravens...

Post date: Thu, 02/23/2017 - 17:13

HUMBOLDT COUNTY - California Highway Patrol came to the rescue when a cab got stuck in the snow near Lord Ellis Summit.

A City Cab driver was delivering a family to Willow Creek when snow blanketed Highway 299.

The driver turned around then pulled over when the road became too dangerous.

CHP responded and drove the family to their destination while a tow truck got the cab...

Post date: Thu, 02/23/2017 - 17:09