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Investigators are still looking into the cause of a structure fire in Eureka. The City of Arcata is reminding hunters of some ground rules for the marsh and wildlife sanctuary. More than 20 riders saddled up at the Humboldt County Fairgrounds for an "Arena Play Day". Humboldt Bay Fire hosted Bark in the Park, a 5k run/walk for man and his best friend. Discovery Museum offered a "Free Museum...

EUREKA- A Eureka home burst into flames just before 8 p.m. Saturday.

Humboldt Bay Fire crews responded to the structure fire on the 3100 block of M Street around 7:45 p.m. When crews arrived they found the garage and roof of the home in flames. The fire began to spread to the outside of a neighboring home, but was soon knocked down by firefighters.

“Fortunately, we were able to...

A man is dead and two are injured after a collision on Highway 101 S, South of the Stafford Road Under-crossing near Scotia. Humboldt Bay Fire holds an open house event at Fire Station 1. The Arcata Plaza is filled with people as local kids show off their homemade salsa in the Youth Salsa Recipe Competition. Plus, it's a bacon lover's dream, hundreds of pounds of bacon were up for grabs at...

A man died when the Hummer H2 vehicle he was driving, went off the roadway and down an embankment striking two trees. 

The solo crash was reported at 11:11 p.m. Friday on southbound 101 near Stafford. 

The male driver was pronounced dead at the scene.

A male passenger was transported to Redwood Memorial Hospital with major injuries. 

The cause of the crash is...

EUREKA- The Humboldt Bay HazMat team is called to the Eureka Wastewater Treatment Plant for a leak of hazardous chemicals.

Fire officials say workers at the plant were working on a one-ton cylinder containing sulfur dioxide, when the gasket on a metering device broke before 3:30 p.m. on Friday.  Some sulfur dioxide leaked out and fire officials say the leak was contained at about 3:45 p...

NORTH COAST- If you see smoke in several areas of Six Rivers National Forest over the fall and winter, forest officials say it is most likely because of prescribed burns.

The burns are intended to reduce the amount of hazardous wildfire fuel in the forest, such as brush and other debris.  Almost 570 acres in the Smith River National Recreation Area-Gasquet District, 500 acres in the...

EUREKA- If you ever wondered what it was like inside a fire station, you can find out on Saturday. Eureka residents have chance to meet firefighters and learn about fire safety at the annual Humboldt Bay Fire Open House.

The all-day event is being held at Fire Station 1 in Eureka, which is located at 533 C Street. There, firefighters will answer questions and teach about fire safety....

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