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EUREKA- Officials with Humboldt Bay Fire say their response times have slowed in recent years.  They say drivers fail to yield to emergency vehicles on the road.  The Fire Chief, Ken Woods, says even a slight delay can mean the difference between life and death.

"When we respond to a fire, the fire grows exponentially so that each minute, the fire doubles in size.  So if we're not...

The following is from the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office:

On Wednesday, at approximately 8:00 a.m., the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office was notified of a burglary by an employee of Renner Petroleum. The employee reported at approximately 1:10 a.m. this morning, two suspects walked onto the Renner Petroleum card lock property in Scotia. The suspects then gained access to a bathroom on...

The following is from the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office:

On Tuesday, at approximately 9:30 p.m. the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office received a phone call from a local hospital emergency room regarding a 27 year old male stabbing victim being treated at the hospital. A deputy responded to the hospital and met with the victim who had been stabbed in the chest. The victim told the...

Eureka - A soldier who lost his life in Afghanistan has come home to his final resting place.

26-year old Christopher Mulalley, a sergeant in the US Army who was killed in Afghanistan last month has made it home. Family, friends and other soldiers escorted Mulalley’s body from Travis Air Force Base to Eureka arriving just before 7:30 pm Tuesday at Pierce Mortuary. Close to 100 people...

EUREKA- The body of a soldier from Eureka who died in Afghanistan came home on Tuesday. 

Twenty-six year old Christopher Mulalley died in Gardez, Afghanistan on August 22nd.  He leaves behind a wife and two sons.  He graduated from Eureka High School in 2006, and then joined the Army as an infantryman.  During his time in the Army, Sgt. Mulalley served one deployment in Iraq...

EUREKA- On Tuesday, unions representing the Eureka Police Department, Humboldt Bay Fire, and staff with the City of Eureka demonstrated their approval of Measure Q.

Tuesday was the kick-off event for the “Yes on Q” Campaign. Measure Q would extend the existing Measure O, which brings an extra $4 million annually to the Eureka budget for another five years.  Currently, ½ of one percent...

NORTH COAST- On Tuesday and Wednesday, air quality could be unhealthy for sensitive individuals near Orleans, Hoopa, Willow Creek, Somes Bar and Weaverville.  In addition, a General Smoke Advisory is in effect for Humboldt, Del Norte and Trinity Counties.  The smoke is now traveling to the west.  Air quality officials have tips you can follow to stay safe during smoky conditions.

"If...

EUREKA- The 13th anniversary of September 11th is coming up, and the Eureka Police Department is honoring the first responders who died on that day.

During September, most officers in the department will be wearing 9/11 commemorative badges, which officers had to individually purchase from the 9/11 Badge Project.  This marks the first year the EPD will be wearing...

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