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NORTH COAST- Areas are recovering from heavy rainfall over the weekend. The most rain falling Saturday night, a recorded .78 inches fell. 

Some communities and roadways saw flooding over the weekend. Portions of Berta Road near the Elk River saw flooding Monday. 

There has been no river flooding reported, and the levels have gone down after Saturday. 

Residents in King...

Information about this mornings fatal crash on HWY 101 from CHP

The following is from the California Highway Patrol:

On Monday, at approximately 10:17 a.m., a Mercury Mountaineer, driven by a 47 year old male, was traveling south on US-101, north of Benbow. A Freightliner semi-truck, driven by 49 year old Cynthia Valencia, was traveling northbound on US-101 within the...

Are you buying a real Christmas tree—or an artificial one?  And why should it matter?  The answer is becoming clearer.  ...

Benbow- Highway 101 is closed due to a two vehicle collision involving a big rig north of the Benbow off-ramp.

There is no estimate of when the road will be reopened and no information on how the crash occurred. Injuries are unknown at this time.  

 

NORTH COAST - The National Weather Service is reporting .78 inches of rain since midnight for Sunday, and with that comes rain-induced flooding. Plus, it's the first day of California's "king tides", or ultra-high tides and Sunday's tides are even higher than expected. And, state senator Mike McGuire delivered a letter to the director of Oregon's water resources department this week to fight...

Thirteen California Conservation Corps members return home from a month long service trip to Detroit. The Avoid 8 DUI Task Force cancels tonight's DUI Checkpoint. Eureka Police and Fire make local kids' Christmas wishes come true as part of the first annual Shop with a Cop. The Depot Museum commemorates the 1964 flood. 

HOOPA – The Hoopa Valley Tribe is echoing what state officials have to say about the drought. They came out today with some bleak predictions for the summer of 2015.

Tribal officials warn that despite the rainfall we are getting, the area remains under severe drought and the outlook is grim. Rod Mendes, Director of Hoopa’s Office of Emergency Services says to not be fooled by this...

EUREKA – Law enforcement’s Winter Holiday Anti-DUI Crackdown continues with fewer arrest than last year. 

For the second week of the program, officers have arrested eleven individuals driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. That's five less arrests than last year.

Checkpoints and extra patrols will continue. It's part of a region-wide crackdown during the winter holiday...