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ARCATA- Public Intoxication arrests are the most frequent issue the Arcata Police Department deals with. Several drunk arrests are made every single day and eachcosts the department hundreds of dollars.

"It's a major draw on our resources," said Sgt. Det. Todd Dokweiler of the Arcata Police Department. He said every arrest varies, but estimates that each arrest costs the department, on...

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A 17-year-old girl is recovering from a pit bull attack following an incident on Tuesday in Fortuna. 

Family members say a 17-year-old high school student was going to talk to an acquaintance to settle an ongoing argument at the 3400 block of School Street in Fortuna.  The father says the argument was over one girl making...

HUMBOLDT COUNTY- California Highway Patrol officials say more collisions involving seniors will occur as the population of the elderly continues to rise. 

A free class next Friday is designed to help keep seniors driving safe on the roads.  The CHP and the Humboldt Senior Resource Center are partnering up to provide the KEYS Class, which stands for “Keeping Everyone Safe”.  It will be...

EUREKA- Carolyn Crnich has been serving as the County Clerk, Recorder, and Registrar of Voters since 1991, but will be stepping down this next year.  The first person to announce their candidacy will make that formal announcement on Thursday.

Kelly Sanders, the Assistant County Registrar of Voters and Election Manager will announce her candidacy at the Carter Hotel in Eureka at 12:15 p....

GASQUET- The Del Norte County Coroner’s Office has identified the man’s body that was found on a hiking trial near Gasquet. The man has been identified as 52-year-old Robert Essex of Sacramento. 
 
The body was found on Saturday on top of a sleeping bag by two hikers off French Hill Road. An autopsy was performed on Wednesday. Deputies with the Del Norte County...

Yesterday we told you about three candidates vying for the Eureka City Manager position. That number has now been pared down to one.

The finalist is from out of the area and the city is still awaiting a background check. An official announcement could be made as soon as tomorrow. The search began after former city manager Bill Panos resigned in October to take a job with the Wyoming...

TRINIDAD- Tucked under the tall trees at Patrick's Point State Park is a 50-year-old garden that features native plants from the area. State Park employees and volunteers have been working over the winter months to put up signs and descriptions of the more than 60 different, indigenous plants.

Environmental Scientist Michelle Forys, who works for the park, said it will help to answer...

FORTUNA- Stakeholders were educated on the most recent information regarding Klamath River fish health. Scientists, government employees, university professors, tribes and private companys all attended the meeting hosted by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Oregon State University.

The fish health workshop has been held over the past 10 years to help educate and discuss the issues...

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