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EUREKA- North Coast residents looking to do their taxes sooner rather than later can get their returns prepared for free on Saturday at the 5th annual Taxapalooza."

211 Humboldt is organizing the event, where several IRS certified tax preparers will attend in order to make sure people receive their full refunds. The preparers will only serve those whose household incomes were...

Now fourteen years old, the tiny home phenomenon is growing rapidly.  Now, many people are seeing value to the small homes on wheels, alternatives to cost prohibitive traditional homes.  The tiny homes (200 square feet) can cost $20,000 to $60,000 but they circumvent zoning and construction regulations.  Two men are building tiny homes locally and say they need one so they can work and live in...

EUREKA - A Los Angeles man is arrested after allegedly attempting to hit an employee at a Eureka business and then injures two police officers.

Just after 2 this afternoon, EPD was called to the Dutch Bros Coffee on the 200 block of N Street. Employees reported 29-year old Dario Padilla appeared to be intoxicated, was throwing milk crates and trying to hit someone.

Padilla...

FORTUNA - A Fortuna man was arrested Thursday after law enforcement found a large amount of marijuana, money and guns.

Taken into custody was 29-year old "Justin Christensen". This past Saturday, a BLM officer was making a compliance check at the Humboldt Bay Wildlife Refuge when he contacted Christensen in a pickup truck. After a search of the vehicle, eleven contractor-sized bags of...

ARCATA - After almost two weeks of protests at HSU, administration is speaking out and open discussions with the Unified Students Of Humboldt are planned for the future. 

The protesters are demanding that the INRSEP program be put back under the College of Natural Resources to regain lost funding. However, HSU says, there has not been a loss of funding to the program, rather there is...

NORTH COAST - As of Wednesday, there are 79 total measles cases reported to the CDC, in California alone. We spoke with a local health expert, to discuss where our county stands on the growing outbreak.

"One contagious person, in that setting, really can spread the disease very quickly. So Humboldt County is a smaller place, a more isolated place, than a lot of the rest of California....

EUREKA - With the encouragement of using bikes as an alternative to driving, Humboldt County's need for more bicycle trails and roadways is growing. Thursday, Caltrans representatives met with the community about the need and future solutions.

More than 60 people gathered at the Six Rivers National Forest Headquarters, including city planners, engineers, landscape architects and...

FORTUNA- The city of Fortuna is beginning to pick up the pieces after a massive fire destroyed five main street businesses.

"People just really stayed right there until the end," Mayor Pro-Tem Tami Trent said. "I was down there again late last night and there was still people down there. You could tell they were exhausted but you know, never gave up on anything, stayed right there until...

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