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EUREKA- With Halloween is upon us, News Channel 3 is taking a closer look at one of the haunted buildings of Humboldt County, the current Morris Graves Museum of Art building in Eureka. 

Built in 1904, the former Carnegie Free Library in Eureka experienced its first supernatural event in 1972, when it was the Humboldt County Library Administrative Building.

"One of the employees...

EUREKA- Before going out trick or treating, students at a local elementary school had a parade where they showed off their costumes for friends and family.

The Washington Elementary School Halloween parade featured a variety of costumes, with the most popular ones being superhero outfits. A popular newcomer is the Frozen movie costume. Before the parade around the school, 4...

Hydesville - A Scotia man has turned himself in to authorities after allegedly committing sexual battery in Hydesville.

Arrested was 21-year-old Daniel Jerry Wiggins. Wednesday around 5 pm, Wiggins allegedly entered Murrish Market, hung out in the restroom for 45 minutes then began acting bizarre: coming up behind the 18-year-old victim, hugging her and making sexual comments.

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HOOPA - A Hoopa woman is airlifted to Redding with major injuries after a hit an run accident on Highway 96.

Taken into custody was Omar Dean of Hoopa. CHP says around 7:30 Wednesday night, a pedestrian, Amberli Brock was crossing the street near the Hoopa gas station when Dean allegedly hit her with his vehicle. When law enforcement arrived, he fled the scene. Brock sustained major...

HUMBOLDT COUNTY- An ordinance aimed to legitimize marijuana growing businesses in Humboldt County will be up for public review next week.

Attorneys with the California Cannabis Voice Humboldt are in the final stages of drafting the Comprehensive Cannabis Ordinance. The draft document intends to identify guidelines for marijuana growers to help legitimize their businesses. The ordinance...

FORTUNA- A change in wording is all it will take to save $5,500 in the Friendly City.

Fortuna City Council members will vote Monday to eliminate delinquent water bill door hanger reminders. The city is currently required to hand-deliver 48 hour water shut off warnings to the premises of residents with delinquent bills. However, officials say this process costs the city more than $5,500...

EUREKA - “This whole week is ‘Red Ribbon Week' and Red Ribbon Week is a national campaign that is the largest public awareness, nationally, crime prevention, and drug awareness in the nation,” Officer Matt Harvey, Public Information Officer with California Highway Patrol, said.

California Highway Patrol, Humboldt Bay Fire, Public Health, and other agencies held activities at lunchtime...

EUREKA - Kids are counting down the hours until they can don their Halloween costumes and hit the streets for some treats. But public safety officers have a few safety tips before they go.

With trick-or-treating, officers remind kids to look both ways before crossing the street, even on a one-way street. Children should also be with an adult and stay in groups as they walk from door to...

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