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FORTUNA- With colder temperatures settling over the North Coast, one local thrift store is reaching out to the area’s homeless.

Tabitha’s Place Thrift Store in Fortuna has been taking blanket donations to help keep local homeless families warm this winter. The Seventh-day Adventist Church runs the store with the goal of feeding and clothing the homeless.

This week, Tabitha’s...

EUREKA- If you’re thinking about ringing in the New Year with a few drinks, AAA is offering a safe option to get home from the festivities. To help in the fight against drunk driving, AAA will once again be offering it’s Tipsy Tow service to residents in Eureka, Arcata and Fortuna.  

“The biggest thing that we offer here at AAA is piece of mind for our members and safety to the...

FORT BRAGG - "I can't breathe." Three of the final words spoken by Eric Garner, a black man in New York City allegedly choked by a police officer this July...and now the rallying cry of a national protest against police brutality. 

This December, that protest turned local when players from Mendocino’s basketball teams were asked not to wear shirts bearing those three words. Monday, our...

ARCATA - The annual Rose Parade from Pasadena will have local flowers again furnished by Sun Valley Bulb Farm.

Officials say it’s been a tradition at Sun Valley for well over thirteen years. Many dignitary floats have Sun Valley flowers as well as the blooms that adorn Cal Poly’s float. Many graduates of Cal Poly have gone on to be employed by the bulb farm so there is a special...

EUREKA- Although Christmas is over, holiday deals are still underway and shoppers are taking advantage. Many stores were open Friday morning hoping to generate as much revenue as possible before the year is over. From sale posters, to discount signs, stores are advertising holiday deals.

“We have a big sale going on right now where, you get 10 percent off the first item you buy, 20...

MCKINLEYVILLE - Despite the rain and wind, air travelers were hopeful the weather wouldn’t hold them back from reaching their destinations by Christmas Day. Airports see an influx in travel during the holiday season which causes challenges. Plus weather can play a factor....

HOOPA- A 43-year-old man is dead after being ejected from his vehicle. The California Highway Patrol said he was not wearing his seat belt.

The Humboldt County Coroner's Office has released his name as Gaylord Wayne Lewis Jr. of Hoopa. 

The accident happened on State Route 96 north of Shoemaker Lane at 11:20 p.m. Sunday. The man was driving a 1994 Ford pickup southbound when, for...

NORTH COAST- The Avoid the 8 DUI Task Force is seeing a significant amount of DUI arrest this holiday season.

31 arrests have been made since the holiday crackdown began December 12. During the same time period last year 69 arrests were made.

Over the next couple of days extra saturation patrols will be deployed across Humboldt County. Another maximum enforcement period will take...