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EUREKA- The Bureau of Land Management is celebrating 15 years of the National Conservation Lands System, which is a network of areas the BLM works to preserve.

BLM officials, community members and others gathered at the Headwaters Forest Reserve on Friday for the celebration.  Headwaters Forest Reserve is the first Forest Reserve included in the National Conservation Lands System.  As...

EUREKA- The City of Eureka is moving forward with a plan to honor 60 men and women from Eureka currently serving in the armed forces. Each of these service members will have a banner along the Waterfront.

Eureka resident and businessman Dale Maples and the Masonic Humboldt Lodge are partnering on the project.  Maples approached the Masonic Lodge to help fund the project after being...

EUREKA- The Humboldt Bay Fire Joint Powers Authority will wait at least eight months to determine the fate of Station 4.

Due to budget cuts, Station 4 off Myrtle Avenue will have to close 250 days a year starting next fiscal year. The Humboldt Bay Fire JPA Board recently began exploring the possibility of closing Station 4 all year or selling or renting it out to bring in extra revenue...

FORTUNA- Churches across the nation rang their bells Friday at noon, a sign of support for a South Carolina city in mourning.

St. Francis Episcopal Church in Fortuna was one of many today honoring those nine lost in a racially-motivated shooting Wednesday. The suspect, Dylann Roof, is in custody after allegedly shooting members of a bible study at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal...

FORTUNA- It was all things vintage Friday at Fortuna's Rohner Park, where dozens of vendors were getting ready for the first annual Humboldt Junkies Flea Market and Vintage Trailer Show.

The fireman's pavilion was transformed into a life-sized Pinterest board complete with refinished furniture, old jewelry, lamps and other items. Friday afternoon nearly 50 vendors from old goods to food...

EUREKA- One person is dead following an early morning collision just north of Eureka.

The California Highway Patrol says a 31 year old Eureka woman was killed Friday in the accident around 1:30 a.m. Based on witness statements, the woman was driving a 1995 ford contour at 80 to 100 mph.

She lost control of the vehicle near Cole Avenue on Highway 101. The vehicle rolled into the...

BLUE LAKE- The Blue Lake Climate Change Action Committee has started a petition, asking the City Council to adopt ordinances that encourage an eco-friendly environment.

"The fact is that we're drowning in garbage and we've got to stop doing that so we're hoping that by signing the petition people will feel sort of like oh yeah we can make Blue Lake a greener city," said Mariel Morrison...

NORTH COAST- This Sunday marks the start of summer, but before you buckle up and hit the road, the California Highway Patrol has some safety tips.

CHP says to anticipate much more traffic, including people unfamiliar with the roadways and those stopping to look at landmarks, so be courteous. Warmer temperatures also means more bicyclists and pedestrians, so be sure to always check your...