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ARCATA- The City of Arcata will discuss increasing their smoking ban ordinance and open container law within city limits Wednesday.

Following residents and business owner's complaints about groups gathering outside of the smoking ban boundary, the council directed staff to look into expanding both boundaries.

A proposed plan by staff will increase the smoking ban west to extend...

EUREKA- A new Infant/Toddler Center is being constructed in Eureka.

The Westside Community Improvement Association is collaborating with the Redwood Community Action Agency and the College of the Redwoods to build the new center at the Jefferson Community Center.

"When we have reached out to the neighbors in the past and asked what the needs in the neighborhood are, infant/...

ARCATA- A four-month effort to improve a low-income housing apartment complex in Arcata is now in its final phase.

The Humboldt Plaza Apartments have been providing affordable housing to low-income families since 1970. In June, the organization began an improvement project, including replacing the siding on buildings, upgrading windows and lighting, and improving the playground. Tuesday...

FORTUNA- A small business in Fortuna is out of nearly $10,000 after a burglary Saturday morning.

$5,000 worth of Rock Revival jeans were taken from 5 O’clock Shadow at the Strongs Creek Plaza around 5:30 a.m. Saturday.

Security footage shows a man throwing a rock through the store’s glass door to gain access to the shop, and then stealing the jeans. The suspect spent only 25...

HUMBOLDT COUNTY- Electronic billboards in Humboldt County’s unincorporated areas will no longer be allowed.

The Board of Supervisors straw voted Monday to ban the digital billboards in the county’s next general plan. The move comes after public outcry over the signs and an online petition gaining nearly seven hundred signatures.

The electronic billboards will still be allowed on...

EUREKA- When people say they’re taking their pet for a walk, you usually think of a dog. But that was not the case on Saturday in downtown Eureka.

Jack Lincoln the turkey was outside of Los Bagels Saturday celebrating the first day of November. His owner, Nick Eads says he trained turkey to be gentle and friendly. He likes to take jack out on holidays and enjoys meeting people who stop...

North Coast - With the holiday’s right around the corner, Christmas tree permits have just become available through Six Rivers National Forest. Permits are $10.00 per tree with a limit of two trees per household. You must be at least 18 years of age and a tag must be attached to each tree. Holiday trees may be cut and removed any day of the week. Permits will be available for purchase in...

Del Norte County - With the election less than twenty four hours away, Del Norte County is gearing up for some important races.

There will be two run off’s for Sheriff and Superior Court Judge. The Sheriff’s race will pit Erik Apperson against incumbent, Dean Wilson and the Superior Court race has appointed Judge Chris Doehle against Darren McElfresh.

Two seats for Crescent City’...