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EUREKA- To celebrate Cinco de Mayo, students and faculty at Eureka High School came together for a festive lunch, traditional dance, and music. The Multicultural Club hosted the celebration on Monday.
Cinco de Mayo is a celebration commemorating the Mexican Army’s 1862 victory over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco Mexican War.
From the Fortuna Police Department: 
HUMBOLDT COUNTY, CA — Cinco de Mayo is a celebration commemorating the Mexican army's 1862 victory over France at the battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War. Today, many Californians spend the day with friends and family celebrating Mexican culture and heritage by attending parties, barbecues and festivals. With...

EUREKA- The following is from the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office: 

On Thursday, at approximately 8:30 a.m., the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office received a call from the principal of Pacific...

The Eureka City Council will vote on whether or not to put the extension of Measure O on the November Ballot.  Also, an HSU student makes a film about a local blacksmith for last month's Humboldt Film Festival.  In addition, hundreds gather in Arcata to celebrate life through prayer and song.

Tonight, two brothers reported missing were found after spending the night in the Headwaters Forest. Plus, community members flocked to the Humboldt Botanical Gardens all for a good cause.

The Fortuna Police Department confirms that the missing brothers were found safe near Palmer Boulevard around 8:30 Saturday morning.  

"They essentially gone down a wrong trail and got lost,” said Sgt. Aaron Starcher. “The 23 year old had a cell phone in his possession but the battery was dead, so he wasn't able to make contact with any of his family members. They tried to walk...

OLD TOWN EUREKA - The Eureka Police Department is asking the public’s help in locating a robbery suspect.

Law enforcement officials say a man had given some money to some homeless individuals on the 100-block of 2nd street just after 12:30 Friday afternoon in Old Town Eureka when another man came up and demanded more money. When the victim refused, the alleged suspect...

Eureka – Friday night, Alice Birney Elementary School celebrated diversity with a special evening of food, dance and fellowship.

They’ve been celebrating diversity in their school for over eight years now. There are four hundred seventy five students and around three or four hundred people attended the function that started at 5:30 this evening. But besides the festive atmosphere of...