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BLUE LAKE - The future of electronic cigarettes in Blue Lake could be short-lived if a city ordinance passes to ban them.

Residents and business owners came forward with a proposal to regulate electronic cigarettes. Now, Blue Lake City Council has opened it up to the public for comment. The city encourages residents to participate in online commenting for the next five weeks.


A suspicious device located this morning near HealthSport in Myrtletown was actually a fishing pole container.
Myrtle Avenue from Hubbard Lane to Pennsylvania Avenue was closed while the Explosive Ordnance Disposal team removed the the item. 

The Humboldt County Sheriffs office along with the CHP were also on scene.

FORTUNA - A Fortuna business which lost its home in the historic Star Hotel fire is getting a new lease on life....

ARCATA - Socially responsible consumption and product transparency; students at HSU got the opportunity to find out what it means and why it’s important.

It’s part the Trade Monkey’s College Karma Tour, to inspire young people to be curious about the world they live in and the impact they have on it.

Trade monkey prides itself in supporting women in third world countries and...

EUREKA - After a neighborhood complaint was brought before News Channel Three about the lack of Drug Free School Zone signs in one Eureka community; we investigated. Now those signs will be coming to Zoe Barnum School.

Concerned residents in a Eureka neighborhood by Zoe Barnum School wondered, Why aren't there any “Drug Free School Zone” signs?

Superintendent of Eureka city...

ARCATA - Bond refinancing, it’s what the city of Arcata has been waiting for and there’s substantial savings in the report given at Wednesday night’s city council meeting.

Representatives from Umpqua Bank gave a presentation on how refinancing the former Development Agency's outstanding bonds, is going to help the city.

The purpose is to reduce city debt with the state and...

FORTUNA- Seventy Fortuna California Conservation Corps members are getting needed dental treatment this week.

Last July corps members lost dental coverage from the state. On Thursday, the Open Door Health Clinic dental bus began providing those services on site. Fortuna's Corps base is the only one out of 20 across the state to bring dental services to it's members.

The bus is...

EUREKA- If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. That's what one local man has to say after he got a phone call offering $9,000, no strings attached.

Mark Blume says he got a call from someone claiming to be the U.S. Grant Department. They told him that he had been selected to receive a grant, all he had to do is go to Walmart and wire $250. The caller gave a confirmation code...