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North Coast - An update to the massive drug raid that federal and local law enforcement agencies conducted in Hoopa and Eureka. The names of the arrested have been released.

After nearly a year and a half investigation compiling extensive evidence, Federal Agents, US Marshals, along with the EPD POP Team and Humboldt County Sheriff’s Department served warrants at two different locations...

EUREKA- Law enforcement and community members have finished their review of an officer involved shooting that resulted in the death of a 22-year-old man in Eureka four months ago.

The District Attorney’s office decided not to file charges in the shooting death of Thomas McClain, but the Eureka Police Department organized a Community Review Board to take a closer look. On Thursday, that...

EUREKA- Crime is up by two percent in Eureka since 2013. The Eureka Police Department has released the city’s crime totals for last year, and the report shows crime went up two percent from 2013 to 2014.

Violent crimes went down by 23 percent from 2013, and assaults with a deadly weapon were nearly 50 percent lower. However, there were increases in murders, reported rapes and robberies...

EUREKA- A Eureka home sustained $30,000 worth of damage after a structure fire early occurred on Friday morning.

Just after 5 a.m., Humboldt Bay Fire responded to a house on the 200 block of Grotto Street for a report of smoke coming from the attic.  Crews put out the fire in about 10 minutes.  A resident was home at the time, but was able to safely evacuate the house. No one was...

EUREKA - The US Navy held a special informational meeting tonight in Eureka for the public. They went over possible environmental impacts of training and weapons testing planned just off the West Coast from Northern California to parts of Alaska.

The meeting was being held at the Wharfinger Building from 5 to 8 pm Friday. It was an open house where naval representatives provided...

FORTUNA - A new comprehensive primary care center is destined for the friendly city and it’s expected to be up and running within the next three years.

The facility will provide care for Eel River Valley residents for the next 35 years. It will be both an attraction tool to bring in the best providers and a retention tool to keep them in the area. The facility will be similar to the one...

EUREKA - Faculty members at College of the Redwoods are wrapping up preparations for the spring semester. 

Friday the faculty concluded it’s Flex Days activities; where professors become the students. Staff learns about professional development and effective teaching methods. Flex activities include, lectures that focus on statistics of previous students, that have or have not succeeded...

HYDESVILLE - Fire officials are investigating the cause of Thursday’s residential fire in Hydesville. The fire happened at three in the afternoon in the 3700 block of highway 36. The fire was...

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