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EUREKA- North Coast residents were encouraged to take two wheels to work instead of two for National Bike to Work Day.

Frequent and infrequent cyclists met at the Old Town Gazebo at noon. A Eureka Police Officer was assisting riders register their bikes, and a bus was there to help familiarize riders with loading their bike. Organizers hope the day will encourage people to ride their...

From the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office: 
 
The Humboldt County Critical Incident Team (C.I.R.T) through their joint investigation learned that the suspect, William Nelson fired his handgun at the two officers. The two Officers fired back with their duty issued handguns after the Deputy was shot. The Officer who was shot in the chest area is Deputy Bang Cao, who...
From Redwood National Parks: 
 
National Park Service and California State Parks Law Enforcement Park Rangers and Investigators working cooperatively have concluded a year-long investigation leading to the arrest and charges of felony Grand Theft (CA PC 487(a)), Vandalism (CA PC 594(a)), and Receiving Stolen Property (CA PC 496(a)) against Danny E. Garcia of Orick...
EUREKA- An attendance increase has been approved for ‘Reggae on the River.’
 
On Tuesday, the Humboldt County Board of Supervisor’s gave the Mateel Community Center the go ahead to increase attendance by 1,000 people. That number breaks down to 500 more volunteers to help with parking and security, as well as 500 more guests. 
 
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EUREKA- It’s the most visited area of the city, but full development there cannot happen overnight. ...

HUMBOLDT COUNTY- The World Health Organization reports more than 50,000 people die of rabies worldwide each year, and that dog bites are the source of most of those cases.  Over the next two months, the local Veterinary Medical Association will hold Low Cost Canine Rabies Vaccination Clinics.

Veterinary officials say rabies vaccinations for dogs are usually about $20.  The cost of the...

California is the nation’s leading milk producer, and the 57th Annual Dairy Princess Contest honored the young woman who organizers say best exemplifies the dairy industry here locally.

Three hundred people attended the Coronation Ceremony last Friday in Fortuna. Six girls competed, and the winner gets to represent the dairy industry in Humboldt and Del Norte...

LAKE HAVASU CITY- The suspect in a fatal shooting in Garberville has been arrested in Arizona almost a month after the incident. U.S. Marshall Services arrested Carter Monday afternoon in Lake Havasu City, Arizona.

According to Lt. Wayne Hanson of the Humboldt County Sheriff's Department detectives received information that Carter was in the area. The detective then worked with a local...

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