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NORTH COAST- A North Coast woman has beat the odds after an extensive surgery left her with three new organs. 

 
"It is a miracle you know,” said stepfather Linus Lorenzen, “Things like this do not happen everyday." Ashley Pearce, 26, has a second chance at life said Lorenzen,
 
"You are looking at losing your daughter one minute you know, and...
EUREKA- A second candidate, Maggie Fleming of Arcata, announced her candidacy for District Attorney Wednesday in front of the Humboldt County Superior Court. 
 
Fleming met with supporters, friends, and family to kick off her launch campaign. She has been serving 17 years as a Deputy District Attorney for Humboldt County and has a total of over 25 years of...

EUREKA- The man accused of fatally stabbing a 24-year-old at a Trinidad RV park will be held to answer in court a judge ruled Wednesday. Larry Clinton Morrow, 33, is accused of stabbing Jessie Ruiz multiple times and killing him after a fight on Jan. 10. He has plead not guilty previously to felony voluntary manslaughter with a deadly weapon.

Humboldt County Superior Court Judge Marilyn...

LOLETA- The Wiyot tribe has 48 California Condor feathers that will be used to bring back the tribes traditional World Renewal Ceremony on Indian Island. The tribe has not been able to hold the ceremony for 154 years and have been working to get their traditional land back and safe for the event.

The feathers were donated to the tribe from the Sia Essential Species Repository which...

CRESCENT CITY- Part of 2nd Street in Crescent City is closed while construction crews make improvements to the sewer system. Crews are working to replace old 18-inch clay pipes with 24-inch plastic pipes. According to city officials clay pipe is brittle and has a shorter life span. To fund the project, the city of Crescent City got a $1.3 million dollars from the Community Development...

FORTUNA- Private and Charter Schools across the country are inviting parents to tour their schools to experience options other than Public Schools. Fortuna Jr. Academy participated in National School Choice Week and opened their doors to the community to tour their campus and see their classrooms in action.

Principle Kim Bowlby said she wanted to participate in the event to help parents...

If you went outside on Wednesday, you might have noticed the rain.

While this is welcome news for many in the area, police remind you to be safe on the roads.  The California Highway Patrol says today’s rain is equivalent to the first rain of the season.  Oils that were in the asphalt came to the surface of the roads today, making the roads slicker.  The CHP says the roads will be like...

HUMBOLDT COUNTY- Small businesses looking for assistance becoming ADA accessible could have the help they need in the near future.

The Redwood Region Economic Development Commission is partnering with the Arcata Development Corporation as well as elected officials to discuss ways they can assist small businesses avoid lawsuits for not being ADA compliant. Headwaters fund is organizing...

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