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EUREKA - The North Coast Small Business Development Center is set to help food enthusiasts get their favorite recipes to market.

A new business series will help interested entrepreneurs to learn valuable information about launching a product, branding, and marketing. Several other classes are available to get prepared to be up and running in the food business. A panel of successful...

EUREKA - The body of man was found this morning in a vacant lot in Eureka.  Authorities were alerted just after 10 by a passerby regarding a deceased white adult man in his late 30s or early 40s.

The victim's personal belongings were found a short distance away and the death does not appear to be suspicious at this time.  Witnesses reported seeing the man camping in the area the night...

TRINIDAD- The City of Trinidad could soon implement a federal program to increase energy efficiency for property owners.

On Wednesday, the Trinidad City Council will vote to allow residents to enroll in the Property Assessed Clean Energy Program.  PACE would permit homeowners to enroll in various specialized clean and sustainable energy programs and pay the costs through property taxes...

CUTTEN- Humboldt Bay Fire officials confirm illegal fireworks damaged a detached shed south of Cutten early Monday morning.

At about 1:20 a.m., the Department arrived at the shed on the 5,800 block of Walnut Drive while the roof and one of the walls were on fire.  Crews controlled the blaze minutes later before it could spread to a nearby residence.  No one was injured and the estimated...

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA- Fire crews continue to make progress battling the wildfires burning across Northern California, including the Humboldt Complex.

Located in the Blocksburg area, the Humboldt Complex is five percent more contained than on Sunday with a total containment of 50 percent.  The blaze is less than 4,700 acres and has destroyed six structures.  It was caused by lightning and...

EUREKA - The president of a county-wide real estate firm and past president of the Humboldt Association of Realtors is running for the District One seat on the Humboldt Bay Harbor Recreation and Conservation District board of commissioners. 

Larry Doss recently filed his candidacy papers and says as commissioner he would “focus on working with the board to create a strategic plan to...

ARCATA - Thousands of students will be moving into HSU housing next week and the school is getting to handle emergencies with it’s annual residence hall emergency drill.

You may see smoke coming from buildings and actors crying for help at HSU on Wednesday, but it’s all part of the multiagency simulation. This exercise gives campus and community responders the chance to practice...

EUREKA - College of the Redwoods has added five degrees this fall to it’s Associate Degrees for Transfer program.

The ADT program stems from the 2010 Student Transfer Achievement Reform Act. It allows students the opportunity to graduate from a California Community College and have automatic admission to the California State University system, with a junior standing. The act also...