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ARCATA - Good news for bicycle commuters in Arcata, there are now more places to park your bike. 

As a way to promote driving alternatives and deter bicyclists from locking up to trees and street signs, the city has installed 13 new bike racks; accommodating a minimum of 26 bikes. The majority of the new racks are located downtown along 10th Street. The racks are part of...

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EUREKA - A local non-profit hit the $2 million mark in funds raised and is donating over $97,000 in grants Thursday night. 

Humboldt Sponsors will announce grants for 77 recipients that serve more than 25,000 youth in Humboldt County. Those funds will go towards activities from reading programs to field trips. The organization will also celebrate its new milestone, of raising over $2...


EUREKA- Caltrans District 1 held the annual Fallen Workers Memorial on Thursday in Eureka.

Those attending the memorial observed a moment of silence for the 183 Caltrans workers who have died on the job since 1921, including the 16 killed on the North Coast.  Officials placed cones for each of those fallen workers.

"It could happen to all of our employees any time of the day, so...


EUREKA- Sequoia Park Zoo ticket prices will go up 25 cents starting this July, to fund wildlife conservation projects locally and around the world.

The Eureka City Council approved the price increase at Tuesday’s meeting.  The Zoo Conservation Fund goes to local projects, such as an HSU study of invasive bullfrogs on the North Coast and an HSU genetic analysis of stranded and beached...


If you've bought Sabra Classic Hummus in the past few weeks, throw it out or return it to the store for a refund. The company has issued a nationwide recall for five SKUs associated with the product.

The company announced Wednesday that it's recalling about 30,000 cases of it's classic hummus due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. The recall encompasses...

ARCATA - HSU Salutes Outstanding Students for 2014-15


NORTH COAST - A new designation for the Spotted Owl from “threatened” to “endangered” is being sought by an environmental group.

It comes after a ninety day study and petition from EPIC – The Environmental Protection Information Center. The new study found sufficient evidence existed that current conservation measures have not provided enough protection and that additional, more...

REDWAY - A convicted felon was arrested after law enforcement found him intoxicated and in possession of a firearm. Taken into custody was 49-year old Clitton Schilling.

Tuesday, just after 9 pm, sheriff’s deputies responded to the 400-block of Par Avenue in Redway. They found Schilling heavily intoxicated and wearing a holster that was empty on his belt. It was determined the suspect...