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REDWAY- A landslide in Redway put the Eel River at risk of contamination Wednesday morning. The slide destabilized a sewer pipe that crosses the river, running the risk of dumping a substantial amount of sewage into the river if the pipe breaks.

Water and sewer users were notified Wednesday morning of a potential shut down of water delivery throughout Redway while crews worked to...

FORTUNA- A national campaign started by Michelle Obama is making waves here at home. On Wednesday, Fortuna Middle School hosted it's first career day.

Fourteen presenters from military and law enforcement, to realtors and biologists spoke with students about their careers. The school dedicated February as college and career readiness month and was inspired by the first lady's #...

EUREKA- A Humboldt County Sheriff's deputy who shot a suspect last December did not violate procedure according to the county's Critical Incident Response Team.

Deputy Scott Aponte shot 25 year old Andrea Frances Hunsucker in her left wrist when she allegedly attempted to run the deputy over last December in McKinleyville on Chapel Hill Road.

A shooting review board made up of...

ARCATA - It's something all college students wish for, textbooks that cost less and at HSU, that's becoming a reality.
 

HSU is one of 13 California State Universities participating in the nationwide, Openstax textbook initiative. The initiative will increase awareness of open educational resource textbooks and give students more options.

Openstax is...

ARCATA - Over the past two weeks interpretive signs at the Arcata Marsh have been vandalized and friends of the marsh want it to stop.

Six of the Marsh’s interpretive signs have deep cuts in them from a knife or sharp object and the damage is unrepairable; unlike graffiti which can usually be removed.

the Center says, the signs will have to be completely replaced, but they don't...

ARCATA - An Arcata teen will soon be a published writer after winning first place in a state-wide creative writing contest. 

The California Teachers Of English, CATE, host the annual writing contest with hundreds of students across the state competing. Arcata High junior, Muriel Ammon, won this year’s first-person narrative award with her story “Inside the Pit”.

The story is...

EUREKA- A skateboarder was injured after he was struck by a motorist in Eureka on Tuesday.  Now, the Eureka Police Department is urging pedestrians and drivers to follow certain steps to stay as safe as possible. 

In 2014, there were at least 30 collisions involving pedestrians in Eureka, with two fatalities.  So far this year, one pedestrian has died.  Police say the skateboarder who...

EUREKA - A Eureka man arrested multiple times for burglary gets sentenced in court.

Nicholas Paul Boswell pled guilty to one count of first degree burglary and one count of second degree. He was sentenced to six years and eight months in jail.

The charges were for his involvement in two residential burglaries this past New Year’s morning when a resident helped take him into...