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EUREKA- Eureka City Staff are working to outline the design of the city’s Waterfront in the coming years.

There are currently no projects in development on the Waterfront between C Street and F Street. At Tuesday’s meeting, City Council members will vote to begin the search for a design firm or architectural firm to plan the best use for that land. City officials expect the plans to...

Now that Spring is here you might be thinking about planting a garden. The Department of Health and Human Services’ Mobile Outreach is offering free vegetable seed packets to help kick start that garden. Community members can visit the traveling vehicle at one of its scheduled stops around the county through the end of this month.

The Mobile Outreach program is geared toward supporting...

This month is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and local organizations are spreading the word. “It makes me feel empowered to empower other women, it makes me feel like I’m helping people and you know it’s the most basic human thing,” said Stephanie Barlett of the Emma Center.

The center takes a holistic approach when helping survivors heal from abuse and trauma. Marlena Neely, also of...

EUREKA - A local engineering program, will make some big advancements for it’s upcoming school year with help from PG&E.

Zane Middle School’s engineering program was awarded $10,000 from PG&E’s, Bright Minds Program. The initiative focuses on providing resources for students to learn about renewable energy, energy conservation and the environment. The grant will fund cutting-...

EUREKA - Self-driving cars could be closer to a reality than we think and the Rotary Club of Eureka got the opportunity Monday, to learn about the sensors being used on those cars..

The special presentation by Velodyne, explained it’s sensors see the environment in 3D, real-time and look out 100 meters. It can detect if there's an obstacle and based on that decision, is able avoid...

ARCATA - The city of Arcata has started construction on it’s Low Impact Development Project. The pilot project is meant to improve water quality as part of the development. The city is retrofitting up to five parking lots, starting with a one at 7th & G Streets.

Four types of pavement are being installed to allow water to infiltrate into the ground, rather than run-off...

NORTH COAST- North Coast residents have their last chance to see the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall Replica in Loleta.  Motorists in Arcata are asked to be aware of road construction this week.  People in Eureka tell News Channel 3 what Easter means to them.  The Wiyot Tribal Council and Eureka Council will explore opportunities for the Wiyot Tribe to acquire approximately 200 acres of Indian...

Hundreds turn out for an Easter adventure at Eureka's Carson Park. Local families walk in support of Autism awareness. Historic Humboldt County films now available to view online. The 5th Annual Humboldt Homebrew festival sells out, raising nearly $20,000. Arcata kicks off it's main season farmers market, drawing out more than 1,000 people.