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EUREKA- More than 280 Southern Humboldt residents are petitioning for more law enforcement coverage.

The Garberville Redway Area Chamber of Commerce created the petition in response to a lack of overnight law enforcement coverage. The petition states that there has been no coverage outside of normal business hours in the past several months.

County officials say during the night...

REDCREST- A fire destroyed a mobile home and two other buildings Tuesday night in Redcrest.

The fire occurred in the 2-hundred block of Johnson Lane.

Fire officials say the fire began in the mobile home and then spread to the other buildings.

It took crews four hours to put out the flames as they worked to prevent the fire from spreading to the surrounding vegetation.  ...

EUREKA- An agreement has been reached in litigation between the McKinleyville Community Services District (MCSD) and Humboldt County.

The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors met Tuesday to discuss a settlement with MCSD.

The district filed a lawsuit against Humboldt County in response to the 2010 Housing Element.

They believed it allotted too many housing units to the...

EUREKA- The trial date has been pushed back for Gary Bullock, the Redway man accused of murdering a Eureka priest. He will now face trial in November.

The attorney for 44-year-old Gary Lee Bullock requested that his trial date be pushed back to allow defense investigators more time on the case. Bullock was previously scheduled to go to trial August 4th.

He is accused of murdering...

MCKINLEYVILLE- Large flames engulf a vehicle, all for the sake of training. Fire crews with the Six Rivers National Forest set a vehicle on fire, just to put it out. Over twenty fire fighters are undergoing training to prepare for the busy fire season. On Wednesday, fire fighters were practicing the proper techniques to attack a vehicle fire while using self contained breathing apparatus...

TRINIDAD-Weather has been warm and dry on the North Coast in recent weeks, just as tourism season is arriving.  In Trinidad, employees of various businesses shared their thoughts on tourism season so far.

Tourists who have been to Trinidad before say they make it a point to come back for multiple reasons.

"First of all, look at this little cove.  It's so beautiful and there's...

TRINIDAD- A garden in Trinidad, originally installed in 1961, has almost been restored to its original condition after not being maintained for about 20 years.

Patrick’s Point Native Plant Garden was originally created by the Patrick’s Point Garden Club, with help from officials with California State Parks. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held over the weekend to celebrate the...

From the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office: 
 
On 06-10-2014, at approximately 10:00 a.m., Humboldt County Sheriffs Deputies responded to the McCann area of Humboldt County after receiving a report of a marijuana grow on timber company property, in the Sonoma Creek drainage. When deputies arrived at the location of the marijuana grow, they encountered four tents...

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