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The Eureka Police Department has received a new Emergency Response Vehicle. The vehicle was made available through the Department of Defense’s Defense Reutilization Program.
 
The vehicle is an eight passenger, all wheel drive ballistic resistant vehicle that will be maintained by the Eureka Police Department, but be made available for use during critical incidents to any public...

More than 4,000 school children will make their way through the Warren Creek Farm Pumpkin Patch as part of the Co-op's yearly tour. The field trip is to bring children out to a local farm to see where food is grown.

 

"I think it's really important for our children growing up to know where our food comes from," said Brenda Harper of the North Coast Co-op.

 

Harper,...

Various stakeholders on water issues in the Klamath Basin will come together as part of a forum at Humboldt State University's Biodiversity Conference this Friday.  It is one of the events the University will host which are organized by the campus's Society of Conservation Biology chapters.

 

District 3 Supervisor, Mark Lovelace, will introduce the panel and give context on the...

There may be a bright spot to the federal shut down right here in Humboldt county. Although federal parks and offices are closed, a local agency says they’ve been more than busy…  helping tourists currently in need of something to do.

The Arcata Chamber of Commerce and California Welcome Center were busy yesterday. News of the Federal shut down closing many parks and public lands...

Dutch bros coffee company has collected over 3-thousand dollars for the Humboldt community breast health project.

The money was added up one cup of coffee at a time… with the chain’s eureka stores donating their entire sales from Tuesday. 

100-percent of the money will stay local. Company officials tell news Channel 3 they were very happy with the response from the public. This...

Eureka has a new police chief. Tonight, the city council unanimously voted to appoint Andrew Mills as the department’s new leader.

 

"It’s a great honor to be able to come here and lead in the city of Eureka,” Mills said. “Especially at an exceptional police department."...

EUREKA- Fire officials said a house fire in Eureka Monday night was likely human caused. The blaze broke out around 6:00 p.m. on the 2600 block of G Street. Humboldt Bay firefighters prevented the flames from spreading to nearby homes. Crews say about 25 percent of the home was burned and was started on the front porch. Officials also said the home was condemned earlier this year because...
EUREKA- Tuesday marks the first day of Domestic Violence Awareness Month and both survivors and supporters from all over the North Coast gathered in front of the Humboldt County Courthouse to pay tribute and educate the community about the effects that it has. 
 
Domestic violence survivor Katherine Rominger said she is lucky to be alive. Nearly 15 years ago she...

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