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WEAVERVILLE- Two convicted felons are back behind bars after authorities discovered a trespass marijuana grow and hash lab in Weaverville, nearby the origin of the Democrat Fire.

The fire has charred more than 1-hundred acres of private land off West Democrat Road. In that area, fire crews located a female deer that had been shot. At a nearby property that had been busted back in June,...

SCOTIA- An update to a story we first brought you last month regarding the water in Scotia. For many residents, that water is still discolored and has a bad odor.

This is what Scotia resident, Samantha Anderson’s bath water looks like Friday, but yesterday was a different story.

"A lot of the time I don’t know what the water is going to come out like. The other day I went to jump...

From the Trinity County Sheriff's Office:

On August 25, 2015 at approximately 2:00pm the Democrat Fire off of West Democrat Road in Weaverville started and burned over a hundred (100) acres of private land. Fire units that initially responded to the scene located a female deer which had been shot near the origin of the fire. Also near the origin of the fire was a large marijuana grow...

FERNDALE- Students are working hard at the Humboldt County Fair to raise their animals in advance of the Junior Livestock Auction.

Each FFA, 4H and independent student raising animals for the upcoming auction, or just to show at the Humboldt County Fair, puts in countless hours.  For Eureka FFA Vice President Carli Roberts, getting her lamb to be able to show presented challenges....

FERNDALE- More than 30 volunteers have finished restoring a creek in Ferndale with the goal of preventing flooding issues as much as possible moving forward.

The Francis Creek vegetation removal effort began in early August and wrapped up on Thursday. The volunteer group of mostly Ferndale residents have spent several days per week removing debris from the creek to allow more water to...

HOOPA - With smoke in the Hoopa Valley still causing issues with residents, tribal leaders say they just received a new shipment of N-95 respirator masks and will distribute them immediately. 

The masks can be effective in filtering out particulate and other toxins found in wildfire smoke. Masks will be distributed at the K’ima’w Medical Center during their regular business hours.

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SONOMA COUNTY- A California State Parks Superintendent who oversaw dozens of coastal and redwood parks on the North Coast has died.

Liz Burko died Saturday in a hospital following a crash on her motorized scooter one week earlier. According to the CHP, the 55 year old Ohio native told officers she had swerved while traveling on Highway 116 to avoid a raccoon.

Burko worked for...

NORTH STATE- CAL FIRE officials say they now expect to fully contain the Horse Fire by Monday, August 31. The blaze is being held at 146 acres and is 95 percent contained. It's been burning in the King Range Wilderness north of Shelter Cove since August 18. The cause of that fire is still under investigation. Several trails remain closed while crews work on full containment.

To the west...