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ARCATA - The Unified Students of Humboldt are still going strong Wednesday, as the second day of the sit-in at HSU continues. It is being held in what is commonly known as the Native American Forum, but students are now calling it the Bolman Forum, in honor of Dr. Jacquelyn Bolman, who was fired from HSU in the fall. The Unified Students of Humboldt as well as various supporters are protesting...

MCKINLEYVILLE- The Humboldt County Sheriff's Office needs the publics help finding a suspect who allegedly robbed the Denny's in McKinleyville.

Around 3:30 Saturday morning, an employee was held at gunpoint inside the restaurant. Deputies say the suspect took an undisclosed amount of cash, and was last seen fleeing the restaurant on foot south through the shared parking lot.  Multiple...

SOUTHERN HUMBOLDT- The Humboldt County Drug Task Force is assisting the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services in serving 12 administrative inspection warrants on land along Sproul Creek.

An area of the creek went dry in 2014, putting the Coho Salmon population at risk. Authorities believe the creek could have went dry because of alleged illegal water diversions and marijuana operations.

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You don't want to mess with Jerry  Bunch's students.  They are participating in his Senior Resource Center karate class.  All of them are over 60 and they say that karate helps them to maintain fitness and self-esteem.  They meet every Monday at the Senior Resource Center.  Among the students is Fritz Schautz, a retired chiropractor, who fits this class into his active retirement schedule. ...

SAMOA - A longtime executive director is stepping down after fifteen years of service to the community.

Carol Vander Meer who heads up the Friends of the Dunes has decided to step down and transition to a new role within the organization. She’ll focus more on special projects involving community outreach, education and building partnerships in the community. She will stay on for three...

EUREKA- Staff with Eureka City Schools briefed the council on the state of the 2014/2015 fiscal year budget.

Officials say while city revenues match up with what was projected at the beginning of the fiscal year, operational savings are lower than predicted.  City staff says this is the result of vacant positions filling up earlier than anticipated.  At Tuesday night’s council meeting,...

Eureka - A new crime program called “Operation Safe Streets” is being introduced at a community meeting Wednesday from 6-8 pm at the Veteran’s Memorial building on H Street in Eureka.

Concerned citizens formed Operation Safe Streets to help local crime prevention groups by offering training and guidance. Scheduled speakers include: EPD Chief Andrew Mills, Captain Steve Watson, Attorney...

EUREKA - A small group of students was recognized at a breakfast gathering Tuesday morning at the Ingomar Club in the Carson Mansion.  

"Every Student Succeeding, it is, those students who've succeeded against all odds. And if I were to put that in words, I would say, think about some of the toughest things you've gone through in your life and think about those challenges. Then...