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EUREKA- Mental illness plagues nearly 60 percent of Eureka’s homeless population.

But a pilot program by the Eureka Police Department and the Humboldt County Department of Health and Human Services is reaching out to those with mental illnesses that need help.

“We're finally bringing the different pieces together because the city of eureka couldn't do it on their own, health and...

EUREKA- The College of the Redwoods Board of Trustees will consider reducing the number of board members on Tuesday.

CR President and Superintendent Kathy Smith has recommended to the board that they reduce the number from nine to eight. The college has been working to reduce the number for a year. If approved, the community college would need to be redistricted.

Smith said the...

ARLINGTON, VA- Passengers on in-bound U.S. flights face greater scrutiny as the TSA clamps down on cell phones and laptops.
 
With terror concerns on the rise, the Transportation Security Administration is now requiring travelers at some overseas airports to power on their electronic devices, before boarding planes headed to the United States.
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From the Humboldt Senior Resource Center: 
 
Low cost wood vouchers are available for sale to area seniors beginning Tuesday, July 8, 2014 at the Humboldt Senior Resource Center (HSRC) (located at 1910 California Street in Eureka).  Households with an individual who is 55 or older and living on a low to moderate income are eligible to purchase firewood vouchers.  ...

WILLITS- Most of the construction on the Willits Bypass Project will come to a halt on Tuesday.  The decision by Caltrans comes after the Army Corps of Engineers suspended permits for the project last month.

When Caltrans officials received a letter from the Army Corps of Engineers in June, which stated permits were conditionally suspended, the letter cited several reasons.

“Some...

From the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office: 
 
On 07-05-2014, at approximately 9:15 p.m., the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call from a citizen who located two possible homemade fireworks near the south bleachers of McKinleyille High School, McKinleyville. 
 
When the deputy arrived at the high school, the citizen pointed...

NORTH COAST-An elderly woman with dementia was found safe after going missing. Family members are looking for a Louisiana man who was headed to the Eureka/Arcata area. And a local artist is honored for her work in the community.  

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

On Sunday, at approximately 3:35 p.m., Lawanda Williamson was located by a Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office Animal Control Officer who assisted in the search. She was located at the end of Letz Lane, McKinleyville. She was in good health and is being reunited with her family.

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