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EUREKA-It's the statewide Preteen Vaccine Week and public health is reminding families that their children meet vaccine requirements.

State law requires that students starting the seventh grade show proof of a Tdap booster. The shot protects against bacteria such as diphtheria, whooping cough, and more.

The public health clinic in Eureka offers a variety of services and...

KING SALMON- King Salmon residents are sounding off on a dredging project they say should have happened a long time ago.

The Humboldt Bay Harbor Recreation and Conservation District explains where the project stands and what’s next for these concerned residents.

This is the main channel of King Salmon, an area that hasn't been dredged since the 1970's according to local residents...

FORTUNA- The Humboldt Ice Rink Committee is weighing its options for bringing a permanent ice rink to the Friendly City.

More than 14,500 skaters hit the ice at Newburg Park when the first rink was here from December 4th to January 18th. Committee members say they want this year’s rink to be bigger and to open earlier. The ultimate goal is to have a permanent rink...

EUREKA - A shortage of EMT’S in the state has forced City Ambulance of Eureka to widen its recruitment pool to include all of California.

Following completion of an academic program and hospital training, paramedics must complete 1500 intern hours on an emergency medical service crew.

Whether for geographic or financial reasons, these internships are inaccessible for many...

TACOMA, WASHINGTON - The murder trial of Skylar Nemetz continued Thursday with the suspect giving his second day of testimony.

Prosecutors were exploring several relationships they felt contributed to a jealous rage that drove Nemetz to allegedly shoot his wife Danielle Rippeon-Nemetz with an AR-15 assault rifle. In Thursday’s testimony, Nemetz refuted those assertions by council.

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EUREKA - Flags were at half-staff Thursday for long-time police volunteer, Gary Swanson.

The 17-year veteran of the Eureka Police Department’s Volunteer Patrol passed away recently.

Swanson was a Valor-Service Challenge Coin Award winner back in 2014 and in 2015 was the first recipient of the Community Service and Volunteerism Award. He donated more than 62-hundred hours of...

MORRO BAY - In a move that has struck some as heavy handed and not in the public’s best interest, the California Coastal Commission fired its Executive Director, Charles Lester.

After a long 6-hour public comment period, the commission made its vote behind closed doors. Officials said that it was not a decision they came by rashly or suddenly but after years of review with the executive...

CRESCENT CITY - Being a teacher or a coach implies and holds a sacred trust and Thursday, a jury found a Del Norte man violated that trust several times over.

A former cheer coach for Del Norte High School faces hard time in state prison for 4-counts of having inappropriate contact with a minor. 41-year old Joseph Young of Crescent City was found guilty of 2-felony counts and 2-...