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EUREKA- The Greater Eureka Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center is in danger of closing in the coming years due to budget cuts.

The Visitor Center opened in 1955. Each year, about 10,000 people use it including first time North Coast visitor Debbie Kelley.

"I came in and it couldn't of been better.  It couldn't of been more useful because I would not have found Old Town I feel...

EUREKA- The Eureka Police Department issued notices to homeless people living in the Palco Marsh to leave their encampments in the next ten days.

Police documented names of people officers contacted on Wednesday. The department will return at an undetermined time to issue citations or make arrests. Along with the notices, officers informed campers again of available services meant to...

From the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office:
 
The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office has been investigating the recent rise in burglaries in the Willow Creek area of Humboldt County. On June 22, 2015 at approximately 3:35 p.m. a Sergeant with the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office contacted a possible suspect associated with the recent burglaries, who was identified as...

MAD RIVER- The suspect has been identified in the shooting that left one man dead and another injured in Mad River on Monday.

Twenty-nine-year-old Scott Henry Dimartino is accused of shooting and killing 62-year-old Mad River resident Steven Line, Sr. and injuring another man whose identity has not been released. Dimartino is considered armed and dangerous. As of Tuesday afternoon, the...

WEITCHPEC – Four wildland fires were in mop up stages Tuesday evening in Eastern Humboldt. All four were a quarter acre in size.

Cal Fire responded just after ten Tuesday morning East of Weitchpec in the Tulley Creek area with ground and air units. They were assisted by the U.S. Forest Service along with the Hoopa, Orleans and Yurok Fire Departments. Fire personnel will c monitor the...

CRESCENT CITY - Two Del Norte County residents pled guilty Tuesday for conspiring to illegally take salmon for profit.

23-year old Douglas Rice and 20-year old Lillian Goodenough, both of Crescent City were accused of numerous acts of illegal harvesting and sales of salmon and Dungeness crab. Rice will serve 30-days in jail for the felony charge and cannot own any fishing equipment or...

FORTUNA - It was all about the kids Tuesday evening as “Rodeo Week” ramped up in the Friendly City.

Fortuna has been celebrating the rodeo for ninety four years and Tuesday is always for the kids. Redwood Shopping Center sponsored the event and young and old enjoyed the firefighter relays, the petting zoo, wax hands, a bounce house and plenty of food.

Tomorrow, the Carnival and...

ARCATA - Wednesday night the Arcata City Council will receive a recommendation to restructure it’s liability obligations to the California Public Employee Retirement System or CalPERS.

The city’s contract with CalPERS provides retirement benefits for employees. As part of the contract, the city is obligated to pay Unfunded Accrued Actuarial Liability, with a balance of almost $17...