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BLUE LAKE- The City of Blue Lake's ban on medical marijuana dispensaries will stay in place. A group looking to build a virtual dispensary' within city limits has been notified that the council has voted not to change the ordinance.

MCFM group was looking to base their business offices in town, potentially bringing more revenue to the city. The group told the city that most of the...

EUREKA- Humboldt Bay Fire is warning residents about a scam. A fake company is allegedly posing as a community fire department and charging for services.

There have been no reported scams in Humboldt County, but the department said the fake bills have been going out throughout Northern California.

The company RMZ Fire Safety has been sending out false invoices and charging for an...

The second annual “Nutrition in the Garden” was held Wednesday to expose kids to healthy eating. 

The event included a smoothie bike where kids blended fruits and veggies by peddling, a seed planting station, and a rethink your drink booth to encourage less sugary drinks.

Students from South Fortuna Elementary and Fortuna Academy attended the event.

Food For People,...

Thursday marks the anniversary of September 11th, and Humboldt Bay Fire and Eureka Police will hold a ceremony to remember the attacks.

The event will honor the victims, families, and responders who were killed in the attacks. Of the thousands killed, 300 were fire fighters and 60 were law enforcement officers. A fire department bell ceremony will be featured, a tradition to honor...

HUMBOLDT COUNTY- Production of Humboldt’s very own hard apple cider began this week.

The Humboldt Cider Company officially moved in to their new facility at Redwood Acres. The new business is one of the only hard cider breweries in Humboldt County. They began pressing apples Tuesday and by Wednesday had already pressed 1 Ton of apples. The owners say they are using local apples first...

FORTUNA- For some they're fun toys, for others, they're a mode of transportation, but for the city of Fortuna this week’s increase in motorcycle traffic is a sign that tourism is on the rise in the friendly city.

On Wednesday nearly 160 motorcyclists hit the roads of the North Coast as part of the 19th Annual WeSTOC Rally.

”We chose Fortuna specifically because of the...

EUREKA- It’s National Preparedness Month--and News Channel 3 is taking a closer look at the American Red Cross, and how they use social media to help with emergency relief efforts.

Officials with the American Red Cross say during the 2010 Haiti Earthquake, they realized there was an opportunity to improve the organization’s ability to help people during emergencies.

"People who...

FERNDALE- Caltrans is working to improve the safety and the appearance on Main Street in Ferndale. Preparations are being done this week as the repaving effort begins on Monday. 

The almost $750,000 project will be between the Ocean Street and Market Street intersections of Main Street.  One-way controlled traffic will begin Monday and drivers can expect 10 minute delays.  The project...