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EUREKA- The cause of a Sunday afternoon structure fire in Eureka is being attributed to discarded cigarettes. Humboldt Bay Fire responded to the 1900 block of Everding Street at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday.

When crews arrived, they found a small couch on fire in the living room of the residence. Fire officials believe cigarettes caused the flames after finding multiple discarded cigarettes on,...

EUREKA- A more than $6 million lawsuit against the City of Eureka will be the topic of discussion during the city council’s closed session on Tuesday.

The council rejected the company’s claim in May, after representatives stated they stopped working on a phase of the Martin Slough Interceptor Project because soil conditions differed from what city officials had told them to expect....

From the California Highway Patrol:

ARCATA, Calif. – On the night of Sunday, August 17th, a single vehicle traffic collision on US-101, north of Samoa Blvd, sent two occupants to the hospital with major injuries.

Just after 5:00 pm, a 2000 Nissan Pathfinder driven by 18-year-old Ryan Ellena of McKinleyville was...

Eureka-the Sequoia Park Zoo opened it’s much heralded Watershed Heroes display Sunday morning and it lives up to every expectation and then some.

The lines formed early as anticipation of the river otter and salmon part of the exhibit officially opened with a ribbon cutting. City officials and zoo board members did the honors but it was the kids who were captivated from the second they...

NORTH COAST- An 18-year-old man is stabbed in Arcata and police are searching for the suspect.  Also, fire officials say a vegetation fire in McKinleyville was caused by arson.  There are updates to the Lodge, Beaver and Slide fires as well.  In Eureka, the council will vote on a shopping cart ordinance at the upcoming council meeting.  So far, three arrests have been made in the Avoid the 8...

Leggett - the Lodge Lightning Complex Fire continues to cause traffic slow downs as you head through Mendocino County on Highway 101.

Calfire officials say smoky conditions will continue as you pass Laytonville and into the Ukiah valley. So far, the blaze has consumed over 12,000 acres and is 65 percent contained. Over 1,800 fire personnel are battling flames and smoke in wilderness...

McKinleyville - A woman has been arrested for brandishes a semi-automatic handgun after getting in an argument at a McKinleyville trailer park.

Around 2:45 Thursday afternoon, Sheriff’s Deputies arrested 38-year old female, Reshawn Lindsey O’Kelly from Crescent City after residents at the trailer park reported O’Kelly running around brandishing the weapon. After an extensive search, law...

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