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EUREKA- It was a howling good time at the Eureka Dog Park with dozens of dog owners and their furry friends attending the grand opening.

Dog owner, Gwen Koenig said, “The vivaciousness and the friendliness of all the animals and all their owners all so together it just makes your heart swell. It’s a great place for the community to grow.”

Located on Watson Drive, the off-leash...

EUREKA- Eureka Senior High School students are reflecting on the dangers of drinking and driving following a two-day “Every 15 Minutes Program.”

Wednesday the entire school attended an assembly, where students watched on a big screen what lead to Tuesday’s staged DUI crash. There was also a mock funeral for two of the students who died in that wreck to reinforce the serious consequences...

For 36 years, Humboldt County seniors have been gathering to play kitchen utensils.  The Kitchenaires have been performing at the county fair, in schools, and wherever people gather to have fun.  We take you on the road to see them perform at Big Lagoon Elementary School.

EUREKA - After Tuesday night’s Eureka City Council meeting, the Wiyot tribe is closer to acquiring approximately two hundred acres of Indian Island from the city.

Indian Island is a site of cultural and spiritual significance for the tribe.  The tribal council recently sent a letter to the City of Eureka requesting the city consider...

ARCATA - The Arcata Police have unveiled their newest “Most Wanted Poster.”

The eight suspects on the sheet are individuals who have committed crimes in Arcata and who’s cases have been outstanding for some time. Most are believed to still be in the area. Authorities would like your help in finding them but caution everyone to be smart. Do not approach the subjects or make contact. Call...

HOOPA - Hoopa tribal leaders responded Tuesday regarding recent alleged child molestation charges against reigning Miss Hoopa, Kayla Brown.

Brown was accused last week of four counts of child molestation of a girl under the age of 16. Officials for the tribe said the allegations against the suspect are very shocking and unfortunate.

Rumors that Brown’s bail was paid by the tribe...

CRESCENT CITY- Two new ordinances and an ordinance extension are going into effect in Crescent City after a council vote last night.

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EUREKA- College of the Redwoods has managed the Mendocino Coast Education Center in Fort Bragg since the 70s. But now, a new proposal could change that.

The Substantive Change Proposal would shift responsibility of the Fort Bragg campus to the Mendocino-Lake Community College. C.R. representatives say, it’s difficult to manage a campus that’s three hours away and this proposal will help...