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EUREKA- Increased law enforcement coverage is returning to those un-incorporated areas hit hardest by department cutbacks. Two new lieutenants and three sergeants were sworn in Monday morning at the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office. Kevin Miller and Dennis Young were promoted to lieutenants during the ceremony. Their new positions will help address a lack of sheriff presence in the...

BLUE LAKE- The Blue Lake Rancheria is one of 15 communities recognized by the White House as being a Climate Action Champion.

The tribe has been honored for their progress in energy efficiency, renewable energy and reduction in green house gases.

The city was awarded the honor last week among the city of Boston, Seattle and San Francisco.

The tribe says they have worked...

CRESCENT CITY - The Crescent City Volunteer Fire Department is investigating a structure fire. It was reported just after 10 last night on the 1800 block of Union Street.

The residence was a total loss and took fire fighters an hour to put out the flames.

Not only did personnel have to deal with the blaze, but a homeless man outside the residence who was armed with a knife.


ARCATA- Two new and one incumbent city council member will be sworn in Tuesday at a special meeting.

Sofia Pereira, Paul Pitino and incumbent Mark Wheetley will take a seat on the council following the ceremony. At the meeting, they will appoint a new mayor and vice mayor. Wheetley currently serves as mayor, and Micheal Winkler as Vice Mayor.

The city will also honor Alex...


TRINIDAD - The City of Trinidad is searching to fill a vacant councilmember seat by January 1, 2015.

There are five council member seats and all but one were filled by the November elections.

Because elections have now passed, the current city councilmembers are searching for candidates and will appoint this final member.

The job is to oversee budgets and planning for the...


EUREKA – Students at Ridgewood School are learning the basics of computer coding, something educators believe is valuable for his generation.

“The kids use computers. They use devices. They are exposed to computer technology all the time and really don't have any background about where that comes from or how it works so we're just giving them a little taste of how all that is developed...

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NORTH COAST - Officers and family continue to search for one of the two missing teenagers from Oregon. Plus, the Fortuna Volunteer Fire Department worked early Sunday morning to put out a fire at the Old Pacific Lumber Mill. And, Humboldt County hosted the third annual Ted-x event at the College of the Redwoods Theater. A community exchange system called Humbucks held a Holiday Extravaganza...


NORTH COAST- A man is arrested after allegedly climbing a tower at a power plant in Samoa.  Power is restored to homes in Orleans following an outage from Friday night.  In addition, the 38th annual Holiday Craft Bazaar is held at the Adorni Center in Eureka.  Also in Eureka, the 2nd annual Eureka Main Street Snowball Drop is held and the Tree Lighting Ceremony takes place at the Eureka Inn.  ...