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FORTUNA - Fortuna High seniors were doing their best to change the world on Tuesday.

It’s part of an innovative program created by English teacher, Amy Conley, called the “Change the World Community Showcase.” One hundred seventy seniors spent the year developing and finding projects that they could connect to, be creative with and help change the world.

The projects dealt with...

EUREKA - An Arcata man allegedly under the influence was tasered by police after multiple calls from the public.

27-year old Zachery Scudder was taken into custody after surveillance footage showed him using the neck of a guitar to break a window at a business. 

When officers arrived near Bayshore Way and Broadway in Eureka, the suspect was swinging the wood like a baseball bat...

Eureka City Staff and the Eureka Police Department kicked off the Heads Up for Pedestrian Safety campaign on Tuesday.  The effort is meant to keep pedestrians safer on the roads by improving driver and pedestrian behaviors.

The Office of Traffic Safety ranks Eureka second in California for the most pedestrian collisions for cities of its size. In 2014, there were 33 collisions...

FORTUNA- Toddy Thomas Middle School students placed in third and fifth place in a national competition where kids create sustainable transportation ideas.

Twenty-two teams at Toddy Thomas Middle School competed for the chance to get sponsored by Caltrans and move on to the national Garrett Morgan Symposium competition. The teams shared their ideas via a teleconference at the Caltrans...

EUREKA- The community is banding together to help those affected by mental illness.

Dozens in the community, including those with the Eureka Police Department rallied together, and took part in a Mental Health Matters Walk Tuesday.

It started at the Hope Center, went down H Street and wrapped up at the Humboldt County Courthouse. 4th District Supervisor, Virginia Bass...

MCKINLEYVILLE- The Humboldt County Fog Dogs are thanking the community for taking part in their pool tournament and fundraiser over the weekend.

The organization tallied the money Tuesday and more than 4,900 dollars was raised for Food for People’s Backpack After-School Program. Local businesses donated merchandise and cash for a raffle at the E & O Bowl this past Saturday. There...

MCKINLEYVILLE- A McKinleyville man has reached a blood donation mark that few have achieved, contributing a total of 85 gallons of blood since 1960.

“By getting out of K.P. in the Army,” said blood donor, Leroy Murrell. “They said if you donate a pint of blood we won’t put you in K.P., so I did.”

While in the Army from 1960 to 1963 Murrell knew he did not want to be Kitchen...

HOOPA- A fight over a pair of sunglasses lead a 19 year old Hoopa man to allegedly shoot at his brother Monday night with an AR-15 rifle.

Around 11:58 p.m. the 17 year old victim reported to the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office that his brother, Sebastian Xavier Christopher Ferris, had shot at him at a residence off of Moon Lane in Hoopa.

The victim told officers the two had...