On Friday, August 1 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. there will be training scenarios taking place near Commercial and 4th streets in Eureka. The scenarios are part of the College of the Redwoods Crime Scene Investigators Course:    

September 2013

Eureka Police ask for the public's help in identifying a suspect in a recent theft. Plus, several events today on the North Coast inlcuding the 40th annual North Country Fair and the Buds of the Redwood's yearly Buddy Walk. 

The Humboldt County Sheriffs Office received a call this morning of an alarm going off at the Tonkin Wildlife Museum in Willow Creek and found the back door forced open, and $750,000 worth of museum artifacts gone.

 

Two Elephant Ivory Tusks, a mounted Elk Head, a brown bear skin rug and a kangaroo rug were all taken from the museum.

 

The items were owned by the...

EUREKA- AN HISTORICAL BUILDING IN OLD TOWN EUREKA IS GETTING A FACELIFT.

The Carson Block Building at the corner of 3rd and F Street in Old Town Eureka is currently undergoing extensive reconstruction. Scaffolding has gone up along the building’s exterior. It’s an 8.4 million dollar project that will include a retrofit of the building for earthquake safety and roof...

It’s that time of year again where the roads are slick and the potential for car crashes increases. In an effort to make sure drivers are ready for the risks, California Highway Patrol, the Department of Health and Human Services and Humboldt Bay Fire are checking cars.

 

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ARCATA – It’s the 20th Anniversary with of a project called “A Day of Caring. Administrators say it is becoming a campus tradition. Tomorrow morning buses and vans are transporting over 400 students to numerous locations in Humboldt County. Volunteers will get their hands dirty with coastal beach clean up and trail restoration among many other duties. There’s a new crop of students...

William Flores is now facing gang allegations in connection to a recent homicide at the Royal Inn Motel.

 

Flores was arrested Wednesday night by Eureka Police. He was wanted for the stabbing death of Joshua Burrell, who was found wounded in the parking lot of the motel. He later died at a local hospital.

 

Friday in a Humboldt County Court his bail was set at 1.5...

A Fortuna man was flown to a hospital in Redding after a rollover crash in Southern Humboldt.

 

California Highway Patrol officers say it happened on Alderpoint Road north of Cemetery Road Thursday afternoon. They say 52-year-old David Mangan, an employee of Humboldt County, was in a county roller compactor vehicle when part of the equipment went off the road. Officers tell News...

On September 20th, at approximately 5:00 a.m., the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office received a call regarding an audible alarm at a museum in Willow Creek, located at 91 Mayfair Lane. When deputies responded they saw a back door to the museum had been pried open. After meeting with the museum representative they...

Congressman Huffman has voted against a bill that would cut $40 billion dollars from SNAP, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
 
Congressman Huffman says HR Bill 3102, also known as the Nutrition Reform and Work Opportunity Act, would take SNAP benefits away from nearly 4 million Americans, cut school lunches for over 200,000 children, and eliminate...

For 40 years people in the community have gathered on the Arcata plaza for the third weekend of September to celebrate the change of the seasons and the community. The North Country Fair is in its 40th year and was created to bring the community together in 1974 after highway 101 split Arcata in half.

 

This year the fair will do the same said organizers. The event will be held...

Police are able to locate local prostitutes in the area via the web. Two women were arrested Wednesday after Eureka Police contacted the woman through their posts on the internet.

 

"if you've got the internet you can get a hold of them," said Sgt. Michael Guy of the Eureka Police Department.

 

The department launched the investigation after receiving complaints of...

EUREKA- Four people were arrested at a protest last night outside the Wharfinger Building. The community packed the house to hear businessman Rob Arkley talk about on-going homeless issues. As the debate escalated indoors, protesters were outdoors using horns and drums. Police officials said they got a report of a disturbance at the building and when they arrived they found people yelling in...

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