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TRINIDAD- The City of Trinidad plans to improve efficiency of construction projects moving forward with the help of a California Coastal Commission grant.

The grant is worth $80,000 and will be used to update the city’s Local Coastal Plan.  A Local Coastal Plan allows a city to put together regulations and rules for planning and development that are consistent with the California...

November is National Diabetes Awareness Month and health officials say the disease is becoming more common across the country. 

About 7,000 Humboldt County residents are diabetic. The disease can be delayed or prevented by changing certain behaviors.  Health experts say to help prevent diabetes, you should exercise at least 150 minutes per week and cut back on calories and saturated...

On Sunday, November 23 at around 10:45 P.M. the Sheriff’s Office took a missing person’s report of a female, 32 year old Ashley Hatter. The reporting party, Jason Hatter, told the deputy last Friday at around 7 P.M. his wife Ashley had taken their daughter to a friend’s house, then was going to buy cigarettes. Hatter did not return to her home in Willow Creek. 

On Saturday morning,...

ARCATA - A new study says jogging may be the key to staying young as we age. Yes, that’s an obvious statement but researchers at HSU and the University of Colorado found some other stats interesting. They looked at adults over the age of 65 who either run or walk for exercise. They found those who ran at least 30 minutes three times a week were less likely to experience age-related physical...

EUREKA - If you’ve been waiting for the commercial crab season to kick off on the North Coast you have less than a week to wait.

The season north of Mendocino begins at 12:01 am December 1, 2014. Prior to opening, fishermen are allowed a sixty four hour gear setting period beginning no earlier that 8am on Friday, November 28.

Department of Fish and Wildlife Officials say quality...

LOLETA- A young girl from Loleta is getting some much needed help battling a rare form of bone cancer. One of her baseball teammates is stepping up to the plate to help raise money for treatment.

“I figured, well what can I do to help? And if I was in this situation, what would I want people to do for me, and my first idea was paracord bracelets because I know how to make them and they'...

FORTUNA- They are the words we’ve been waiting to hear all year: fire season is over. On Monday, Cal Fire’s Humboldt Del Norte Unit announced that they are beginning their transition out of fire season.

The recent rain and cooler temperatures across the region are allowing the unit to downstaff their personnel and resources locally. The downstaff will help Cal Fire save money and start...

EUREKA- Highway 101 in Eureka is the main route people use to get through town, but there are issues drivers face.  In the special report, Broadway Bottleneck, News Channel 3 takes a closer look at what those problems are and what is being done about them. 

Right now, driving on Highway 101 in Eureka, Caltrans Traffic Engineers estimate it takes 11 minutes to get from V Street to Kmart...

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