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NORTH COAST - It’s something everyone experiences at one time or another…grief. Hospice of Humboldt is offering free grief support services for those in need.

Hospice has been serving the community and Hospice families for 35 years. The organization offers free drop-in grief support groups every week in Eureka at the Hospice facility, the Jacoby Storehouse in Arcata, and at Sequoia...

ALDERPOINT - a Southern Humboldt man is sent to the hospital with major injuries after a hit and run accident with a motorcycle.

California Highway Patrol says just after 6:30 Tuesday evening, a man was struck by a motorcycle at the cross streets of 4th and Steelhead in Alderpoint. The victim sustained major injuries and was taken to Redwood Memorial Hospital.  Authorities...

Eureka - A Eureka man was arrested after allegedly breaking into a home and stealing a cell phone.

Taken into custody was 53-year-old John King. Authorities say just after midnight Monday, E.P.D. was called to the 1700-block of J Street. A woman woke up to a strange man in her bedroom. Her screams sent him running.

A short time later, police located King hiding near the 900-block...

NORTH COAST- The North Coast was not immune from the severe drought that swept through California this year. Rivers ran low, lawns turned brown and even the City of Rio Dell was told to curtail their water use.

Humboldt County's $100 million a year agriculture industry was hardest hit, ranchers the most. Grass land where cows feed dried up fast, forcing ranchers to buy feed for their...

EUREKA - Fly Humboldt, an organization working to welcome additional air service to our Arcata-Eureka Airport, is nearing an important milestone. Fly Humboldt has collected more than 90% of its million-dollar minimum revenue guarantee.

The guarantee is something that airlines coming into new airports like to have. It assures the airline that the community wants to be partners with them...

SAMOA - The community is coming together to support the Samoa drag strip after it was vandalized Saturday.

The electric wire that runs the scoreboard and timing system of the track was taken. The wire is made out of copper that can be recycled for money. The Sheriff’s Department has a couple of unconfirmed leads on suspects at this time. Total damage is estimated at $5,000, but the...

EUREKA - Nearly 100 people came out to the Humboldt Senior Resource Center for a service to honor veterans.

The resource center invited the Mad River Community Veteran's Honor Guard. They performed a military honor service where they fold and present a flag and a played Taps on the bugle.

The ceremony is typically performed at a military funeral but is performed as a way...

DEL NORTE - More than a dozen veterans gathered on the side of the southbound 101 near the California-Oregon border for a dedication of veteran signs.

Three signs were erected as a symbol of the county’s support and gratitude to all who have served our country.

The signs are located at the three highway portals into the county so that all who drive through can see the signs that...

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