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EUREKA- A man in Eureka was sent to the hospital after being attacked by two pit bulls near the Hikshari’ Trail and authorities continue to search for the dogs’ owners.  People who hike the trail say they will not stop because of the attack that happened on Saturday.

People who use the Hikshari’ Trail say while they are on their walks, they regularly see dogs without leashes.  All dogs...

EUREKA- Special needs students in Eureka had the chance to see a variety of local, state and federal vehicles up-close at Glen Paul School on Monday.

Students from Glen Paul School and the Humboldt County Office of Education’s Special Beginnings Program participated in the first ever Glen Paul School Transportation Day. Humboldt Bay Fire, the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office, the United...

EUREKA- An autopsy has been performed on the man killed in an officer-involved shooting in Eureka.

Almost two weeks ago, 22-year-old Eureka resident Thomas McClain was shot by a Eureka Police Officer on September 17thon the 1600 block of Allard Avenue, and was later pronounced dead at Saint Joseph Hospital. Police say McClain grabbed for what appeared to be a handgun before...

Residents in Rio Dell and Loleta have been charged the wrong amount for their most recent annual water and sewer tax.

According to Joseph Mellett, Humboldt County's Auditor, Loleta residents were charged double, and Rio Dell residents were not charged at all.

The bills went out last week, on Loleta resident's bill's they were charged for Rio Dell's tax.

Mellet said the...

The following is from Humboldt Bay Fire:

Just before 3:00 p.m. Sunday, Humboldt Bay Fire responded to a report of a structure fire in an apartment on Harrison Avenue in Fields Landing with three engines, a ladder truck, and two chief officers. Upon arrival the first arriving engine reported smoke and flames visible from a first floor apartment in the two story building. While fire...

NORTH COAST- A Fields Landing home catches fire, a resident is taken to the hospital with smoke inhalation. Plus, an alleged DUI driver crashes into a home on Old Arcata Road, and, a former Eureka High track star and suspected burglar outruns police but not the K9. 

The following is from the Eureka Police Department:

On Sunday, at approximately 12:23 AM, Eureka Police Department Officers were dispatched to an audible burglary alarm at a supermarket located on the 600 block of 6th Street, Eureka.

Upon arrival, the first officer on scene observed a male subject inside the business carrying some type of object, possibly a large knife, in his...

A man is attacked by two pitbulls near the Hikshari Trail and taken to the emergency room. Meanwhile, a man wanted by the U.S. Marshal's Office is taken into custody in Arcata. Also, Rohner Park is filled with music and dancing at the second annual Oktoberfest.

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