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TRINIDAD - HSU’s Marine Lab is preparing for it's second year of baseline studies in the North Coast’s Marine Protected Areas.

The protected areas span more than 1,000 square miles from Fort Bragg to the Oregon border, including stretches of ocean, estuary and off-shore rocky coastline. After receiving federal funding last year, HSU started field research in those areas and plans to...

The Wastewater Management Facility in McKinleyville is expected to undergo a multi-million dollar upgrade. A new permit requires the removal of ammonia and nitrogen from the current plant adjacent to Hiller Park. The General Manager of the McKinleyville Community Services District, Gregory Orsini said, “If we don’t make those modifications to our Wastewater Management Facility the potential...

NORTH COAST - It's an organization that's trying to introduce college early and expand higher education in Humboldt County. The Post-Secondary Success Collaborative now has $3 million, to aide it’s efforts with an award from Governor Brown.

The group is a partnership between Humboldt County Office of Education, HSU and College of the Redwoods. Their goal is to increase “college ready”...

More than a dozen local organizations geared toward aiding the community are getting a helping hand of their own from Saint Joseph Health. Eureka Rescue Mission is one of fourteen organizations to receive a Care for the Poor grant. The Rescue Mission has already used its 10,000 dollar grant toward formula and diapers for women and children at the shelter and also much needed food. Saint Joseph...

CRESCENT CITY- Billboards across Humboldt, Del Norte and Mendocino counties are going dark because of what local leaders say is inappropriate advertising.

The advertisement reads: "Sexing Made Simple" and has a picture of a marijuana plant. The ad is for a medical marijuana testing firm out of Berkeley that helps cultivate seedless marijuana. The residents across the North Coast took...

HOOPA- The Humboldt County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help identifying human remains found last week in Hoopa.

The remains of what appears to be a male, 18 to thirty years old, were discovered on March 22 in a wooded area off of Bair Road. Authorities released more details Monday as to what the victim was wearing when discovered, in hope that the public can provide more...

FORTUNA- A residential burglary suspect was arrested Monday morning after attempting to steal a truck from a Fortuna home.

Around 6:42 a.m. 41 year old Danny Fidler allegedly forced entry into a residence on the 2000 block of Shamrock Drive. Fidler attempted to take the keys to the victim's truck. When confronted, Fidler fled.

Fortuna officers, with the help of the Eureka Police...

EUREKA- The man hit by a Humboldt Transit Authority bus in Eureka Friday has died of his injuries.

35 year old Thomas William Rice of Eureka tried to board the bus on 5th and O Streets around 11:30 a.m. but was denied access allegedly because he was intoxicated. Rice stumbled into the road and was hit.

He was transported to St. Joseph Hospital where he died from his injuries