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EUREKA- More than 200 community members gathered in Eureka over the weekend to discuss how homeless people can have access to safe, legal places to live in Humboldt County. 

Homeless people, service providers, lawmakers and others gathered at the Eureka Women’s Club on Saturday for the Affordable Homeless Housing Alternatives Forum. 

"We don't have options for people who need...

NORTH COAST- The Eureka Police Department continue their investigation into Saturday's fatal shooting, while the suspect remains at large. And, at the Bayshore Mall, Bikers Against Child Abuse hold a free event for the community. Plus, local jazz music filled Morris Graves Museum of Art this afternoon. 

NORTH COAST- A man is shot and killed in Eureka and police have not identified any suspects at this time.   Also, two men are wanted for robbery and assault with a deadly weapon following a robbery in Shelter Cove on Friday.  The Affordable Homeless Housing Alternatives Community Forum is held in Eureka.  In addition, it's day two of the 60th annual Humboldt Gem, Mineral and Fossil Show at...

The Humboldt County Coroner's Office has released the name of the victim as Casey Joseph Campbell, 22, of Eureka.

The following is from the Eureka Police Department:

On November 15, 2014, at about 3:59 a.m., Eureka Police officers were dispatched to a report of gun fire in the area of 15th and Williams Streets.  An injured person was reported to be lying on 15th...

EUREKA - KOA campground  off of Highway 101 near Bracut has won another prestigious award. The 2015 President’s Award was presented today at the annual International KOA Convention in Charleston, South Carolina.

The award only goes to the campgrounds that score the highest in customer service as well as receiving top scores in KOA’S annual quality review. Manager, Barbara Ryveck said...

FORTUNA- Construction is underway at a Fortuna recreation hall thanks to a donation from the Goble Foundation.

According to city officials, the Rohner Recreation Hall in Rohner Park was in desperate need of repair with a sinking floor, falling roof and a termite infestation. The foundation donated over $100,000 to the city for the repairs, which includes bringing the building up to ADA...

EUREKA- The Agricultural Commissioner’s office is now beginning the process of developing an enforcement program to deal with violators of the genetic contamination prevention ordinance.

Voted on as Measure P in the November election, the ordinance bans local farmers from growing genetically modified organisms.

As part of the new law, the AG Commissioner is responsible for...

EUREKA- Postal workers and community members are gathering signatures for a petition to keep the Eureka Mail Processing Center open.

A dozen people were out in front of the Eureka Post Office Friday gathering signatures for the petition. Organizers said they gathered 200 signatures before 2 p.m.

They are hoping the petition will convince the U.S. Postal Service to keep the mail...