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SHELTER COVE- A Montana man on vacation with his family in Shelter Cove drowned Sunday while rescuing his son.

 

Just before 11:30 a.m., a 13 year old boy slipped on a rock and fell into the ocean at black sands beach. His father, 44 year old Steven Arthur Bierl from Gardiner, Montana went into the water to rescue him. Bierle pushed the boy to safety but was forced underwater by...

EUREKA- a $3.5 million contract between Humboldt County Department of Health and Human Services and Traditions Behavioral Health will go before the Board of Supervisors Tuesday.

The contract comes after a recent staffing crisis was brought to light in the mental health branch, with all but 2 doctors resigning. The contract would allow Traditions Behavioral Health, a physician staffing...

MCKINLEYVILLE- A new scam is targeting Bank of America credit card holders through their email inboxes.  

"I was just checking my emails like I normally would and sometimes I get alerts from my bank that say, 'hey, you have a charge just wanted to let you know. If it wasn't your charge then just contact us,' and so I thought, well it says customer care from Bank of America, so I opened...

The Planned Parenthood Health Center in Eureka was evacuated after a suspicious package was discovered at the Health Center at about 11:30 Monday morning. The Humboldt County Sheriff's Office Explosive Ordinance Disposal team is on scene shortly to investigate.

NORTH COAST – A new phone scam in Del Norte County has a decidedly local spin to it. The Del Norte County Sheriff’s Department wants you for an advisory committee. A local artist with a national reputation weaves her magic. Eureka Theatre rolls out the red carpet for Spock fans.

EUREKA - Fifty pair. That’s the goal of the North Coast Stand Down’s “Boots on the Ground” program.

It’s the kickoff to the 2015 campaign to outfit veterans with new boots. Vets sometimes arrive at the Stand Down with ill-fitting and worn boots. The cost of new footwear is out of their reach.

With the help from local retailers, the organization can outfit a participant with new,...

Two local runaway girls are found safe. The Eureka Police Department hosts a free neighborhood watch training. The Humboldt County Animal Shelter is at full capacity and preparing a euthanasia list. The Red Cross hosts a disaster fair at the Bayshore Mall. Students compete in the Humboldt County Spelling Bee Championships.

EUREKA- According to the Eureka Police Department, in the past hour an EPD officer located Aicelynd Massey at the Bayshore Mall and she has been reunited with her family. Massey was reported as a runaway March 3. Massey was believed to have been with two older males named Javier and Casey. At this time, EPD can not give further information whether those two were found and if they will be...