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 TRINIDAD- A Eureka woman and her husband come across a small shark during a kayaking tour, and captured the action on a camera. 

On Tuesday, for Jenna Kilby’s husband’s birthday, they both thought a kayaking tour in Trinidad would be fun.  The Pacific Outfitters Adventures tour they went on starts off with technique and safety instructions.

"Jenna, like most clients do, asked me...

TRINIDAD- The Trinidad City Council is in the process of looking for a new city manager, as the current one is set to retire.

Karen Suiker has been the city manager since 2011.  The list for the next city manager started with 20 candidates, half of which are local, and half are from out of the area.  Now, city officials have narrowed that list and will interview their top choices on...

A head-on collision occurred on US 101 on Thursday in the safety corridor.  An elderly woman was sent to the hospital after driving the wrong way on US 101 near Arcata.

Just before noon on Thursday, 88-year-old Eureka resident Frances Lambert was driving her car the wrong way down the northbound lanes of US 101, north of Bayside Cutoff.  After several vehicles were able to avoid the...

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

The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office is attempting to locate a...

Eureka - the Humboldt County District Attorney’s Office is warning the public about a new fraud scam.

Authorities say a citizen was attempting to sell tires on Craig’s List and thought he’d made a sale at the agreed to price. The buyer agreed to make payment via personal check but overpaid. The alleged scammer advised the seller to cash the check and refund the overpayment upon transfer...

Klamath River - The Secretary of the Interior, Sally Jewell and the Bureau of Reclamation has rejected tribal water concerns on the Klamath watershed.

Just a week after California officials reported over 300-salmon deaths on the Salmon and Klamath Rivers, Bureau of Reclamation officials say Secretary Jewell will continue to divert water to irrigation uses in the Central Valley. Tribal...

Willow Creek - A massive grow operation in Eastern Humboldt turns up thousands of marijuana plans and substantial ecological damage.

Humboldt County Sheriff’s Deputies and US Forest Service officials along with three scientists responded to three areas near Brush mountain and Willow Creek in a two-day operation. Officials found over 3,000 growing plants, water diversions, 24 pounds of...

RIO DELL- Residents living in Rio Dell will not have to face fines for going over their daily allowance of water of 50 gallons a day per person.

The City Council was considering imposing fines, but have decided not to. Since the Stage 3 Emergency plan was enacted by the city, they've seen a 50 percent reduction in water usage.

The council said there was no need to impose the...

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