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EUREKA- It’s National Preparedness Month--and News Channel 3 is taking a closer look at the American Red Cross, and how they use social media to help with emergency relief efforts.

Officials with the American Red Cross say during the 2010 Haiti Earthquake, they realized there was an opportunity to improve the organization’s ability to help people during emergencies.

"People who...

FERNDALE- Caltrans is working to improve the safety and the appearance on Main Street in Ferndale. Preparations are being done this week as the repaving effort begins on Monday. 

The almost $750,000 project will be between the Ocean Street and Market Street intersections of Main Street.  One-way controlled traffic will begin Monday and drivers can expect 10 minute delays.  The project...

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

On Tuesday, at about 6:17 PM a Deputy with the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office noted a male subject acting suspiciously at the City of Trinidad Chevron Station. The male subject entered a vehicle that had been parked at that business and drove away from the service station with noted mechanical defects to the vehicle, a 1999,...

The following is from Humboldt Bay Fire:

Humboldt Bay Fire has learned that various communities throughout Northern California have experienced a billing scam by a company representing themselves as the community’s fire department billing service. The company is “RMZ Fire Safety” and has been distributing false invoices for inspections to businesses. The invoice indicates “Annual State...

Arcata - Six people were arrested at two different locations after Arcata Police responded to numerous complaints for the sale of narcotics.

Arrested were 55-year old John Goodrich, 28-year old Shane Goodrich, 26-year old Casey Goodrich and 20-year old Nichole Thorpe at the 1500 block of Hilfiker Drive. Numerous charges of possession of controlled substance, paraphernalia and probation...

Eureka - A girl was taken to the hospital with injuries after she was struck by a car while crossing the street near the Bayshore Mall

Just before 8:30 Tuesday night, police and fire personnel responded to the 3400 block of Broadway near the south mall entrance. The girl was transported to St. Joseph Hospital with non life-threatening injuries. The accident is under investigation.

September is suicide prevention month and suicide can be a scary topic, but experts tell us it shouldn’t be feared. Suicide can be prevented and the resources for help are abundant.

"We need everyone to understand that addiction, that mental health issues, that the thoughts of taking our lives are all sort of a part of a process that happens to so many people. It's not anybody's...

TRINIDAD - Dan Berman, Trinidad’s new City Manager, will preside over his first council meeting Wednesday.  

Berman assumed the position of City Manager on September 2nd, following Karen Suiker who has retired. Berman comes with experience to handle the coastal town. He has worked for the Coastal Watershed Management for the past thirteen years. He also was born and raised in...

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