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Eureka - A local business owner has been arrested for felony charges of Workers Compensation Insurance Fraud and Grand Theft.

57-year old Tim Shelley, who owns Tim’s Plumbing in Eureka, was arrested yesterday. The Humboldt District Attorney’s Office,after a joint investigation with the California Department of Insurance, are alleging multiple illegal business operations, a warranty scam...

Blue Lake - A special meeting with Humboldt County Sheriff Mike Downey was held this evening at the Mad River Grange to discuss law enforcement services in Blue Lake. It’s been six months since the city has signed a new contract with the Sheriff's Department and this was an opportunity for citizens and the Sheriff to discuss the issues.

Residents were concerned about the number of...

EUREKA- The Eureka City Council approved the budget at a special meeting Tuesday night.

When council was presented with the proposed budget by the city manager and city departments about two weeks ago, there was 10 percent less funding than the original proposed budget for each department, including to police and fire.  After the police chief and fire chief shared with council last week...

EUREKA- A West Virginia man is arrested after trying to walk off with more than $1,000 worth of goods at Walmart.

Officials with the Eureka Police Department responded to the Walmart at Bayshore Mall after 3 p.m. on Tuesday, after Walmart employees called and told the EPD they had a shoplifter in custody. Police say the male suspect attempted to leave the store with over $1,000 worth of...

EUREKA- At Tuesday night’s special Eureka City Council meeting, members filed a motion to add an argument in favor of Measure Q on the November ballot.

Measure Q would extend Measure O, which is currently set to expire in June of 2016, another 5 years to 2021. Under Measure O, ½ of a percent of a sale is added to the sales tax. That extra money then goes to emergency services, street...

DEL NORTE COUNTY- Back in April of 2014, human remains were found off Highway 169 in Klamath. On Monday, the Del Norte County Sheriff’s Office identified the remains as belonging to 26-year-old Romeo Glaze. 
 
The Sheriff’s Office had to send the remains to the California Department of Justice labs to determine the identification, which is why it took nearly two...

EUREKA- Food for People kicked off their summer lunch program Wednesday with a party in Eureka’s Cooper Gulch Park. While at the park more than 30 children received free lunches and were able to participate in musical activities.

Each year the summer program provides free sack lunches to children across Humboldt County that usually receive free or reduced price meals at school....

SAMOA- A representative from U.S. Customs and Border Protection spoke to the Humboldt Bay Harbor Working Group about the Department of Homeland Security’s role in harbor activities at a meeting on Wednesday.

“When the ships come in, they always have to come through Customs and Border Protection,” said John Prince, U.S. Customs and Border Protection Port Director. “We are the first...

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