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EUREKA - Newly elected 2nd District State Senator, Mike McGuire will be holding his first Town Hall Meeting on the North Coast.

The event will be an opportunity to discuss and receive updates on important issues facing Humboldt County and Northern California residents.

Joining the senator will be top law enforcement officials, Humboldt County Supervisor, Virginia Bass...


CRESCENT CITY - A Crescent City man is out on bail after he allegedly threatened and robbed the mother of his child. Police reported an altercation last Friday involving the victim and 37-year old Dodson. The victim claims Dodson came to the business she owns, took her cell phone and money, then removed a handgun from under the desk. Dodson stated he was going to kill the victim and then...

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EUREKA - New attractions are coming to the Sequoia Park Zoo and the California Conservation Corps is helping to get them started. From spreading gravel and woodchips to adding rocks to the Otter Exhibit, 95 Corps members spent the day volunteering at the zoo. The C.C.C. started laying ground work for the future construction of the Eagle Aviary Exhibit and zoo officials say, their help will...


ARCATA - A Blue Lake resident was arrested for the second time in one week for possession of heroin. Around 2:30 a.m. Monday morning, Arcata Police approached a suspicious vehicle on the 600 block of Samoa...


EUREKA- A Eureka man was arrested after he allegedly led police on a vehicle pursuit, on a bicycle.

On Sunday at around 11:20 a.m., the Eureka Police responded to a suspicious persons report on the 900 block of G Street.  Officers observed a man on a bike run a stop sign at the intersection of 9th Street and G Street, and attempted to stop him.  Police say the man fled, was...


EUREKA- The Eureka man killed after being struck by a vehicle on Broadway has been identified as 72-year-old Oudom Douangdoa.

Just before 6:20 p.m. on Friday, a white Ford van was traveling north on Broadway past McCullens Avenue and hit Douangdoa, who was crossing the street. He later died of his injuries at the hospital. Police say it appears Douangdoa may have not been in the...


EUREKA- The City of Eureka will execute a warrant to close a motel next month, citing multiple violations.

The warrant is for the Blue Heron, located on the 2000 of Broadway.  Officials say the owners, Floyd and Betty Squires, have not secured a valid lodging permit over the last two years, as required by the City’s motel ordinance.  Representatives also say the 15-room residence places...


WILLITS- The expected completion date of the Willits Bypass Project has not changed, even though a portion of the project collapsed last week, injuring 3 workers.

Construction on the one-mile long viaduct has resumed, except for the collapsed portion, which is still being cleaned up.  Cal/OSHA authorized construction to resume on the viaduct after gathering the information they needed...