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EUREKA - A store employee at the Bayshore Mall was allegedly stabbed by a transient woman.

Emergency personnel were called to the mall around 7:15 Monday evening. Police say it was an unprovoked attack. The victim received non-life-threatening injuries and was sent to St. Joseph Hospital.

The female suspect was arrested and booked into the Humboldt County jail. We will update...

Benbow - An hour-long standoff in Benbow led to a 45 year old man's arrest Monday morning.

Just before 3:30, a resident at the 800-block of Mountain View Drive found "Jacob Sherman" inside their home. Sherman allegedly broke into the house armed with a knife and was destroying property. He then began throwing kitchen knives and other objects when the resident confronted him.

When...

Garberville - Authorities are looking for suspects after a vehicle was alleged to have been intentionally set on fire in Southern Humboldt

Monday morning just before 8:30, Cal Fire and Garberville Volunteer Fire officials responded to the Lone Pine Motel near the 900-block of Redwood Drive.

The victim who owned a vehicle reported to deputies that unknown suspects intentionally...

EUREKA - A King Salmon woman is in custody after an alleged assault against her neighbor.

Arrested was Amber Rachelle Allen (AKA-Neil). Law enforcement was called to the 1800 block of Buhne Drive. The victim told deputies an argument over a long running issue regarding the suspect’s son feeding her dog turned physical with Allen allegedly using an expandable baton to assault the victim...

ARCATA - HSU'S Unified Students of Humboldt have ended their 35 day sit-in protest at the school’s Native American Forum.

Since the Native American Activism Conference on Martin Luther King Day, students have been occupying the forum with demands to HSU administration. Several issues have been addressed, from funding diversity programs to reinstating former INRSEP program director,...

EUREKA- The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors are beginning a nearly 30 year process to regulate groundwater.

It's all part of the state's Sustainable Groundwater Management Act that went into effect last month. The new law requires county governments to form groundwater sustainability agencies by 2017. Those agencies then must look at state-identified problem areas.

In...

HYDESVILLE- More than 1,000 customers were with out power Monday morning along Highway 36 near Hydesville.

According to PG&E, power went out just before 7:30 a.m. due to wire damage in the area. The company says there was nothing visually obvious obstructing the line, but some type of damage occurred. Crews were able to restore power to about 100 people every 30 minutes by feeding...

REDWAY- Random rock slides are keeping Redwood Drive between Garberville and Redway closed indefinitely. Humboldt County Public Works removed a garbage truck sized boulder was from the Redway Bluffs last Thursday. The road was closed last week because of that boulder.

On Monday the road was closed again as the remaining rocks in the area continue to fall. According to public works, the...

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