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EUREKA- A group of Zane Middle School students got a head start preparing for next month’s Humboldt Math Festival.

SHN Engineering and the American Society of Civil Engineers donated money to the festival so local students could compete in a Popsicle stick bridge-making contest.  For the last few weeks, 6th graders in the Zane Middle School Engineering Program have been...

EUREKA - A former Humboldt County Deputy Sheriff is facing two counts of felony sexual assault against an adult victim along with a reduced misdemeanor charge for another victim.

According to District Attorney Maggie Fleming at a preliminary hearing for defendant Jason Daniels, the victims described non-consensual contact occurring several months apart in 2013 while Daniels was a deputy...

ARCATA - Law enforcement is continuing to ask the public’s help in finding an “at risk teen” missing since Monday.

16-year old Gabriel Borg has been diagnosed as autistic with mental health issues based on his medical condition and recent suicidal statements. Borg was last seen Monday around 6 am in the Valley West area of Arcata.

He’s described as a white juvenile male, 5’6”...

 
One of the Hoopa shooting victims has died.
 
Three men were injured during a shooting Saturday afternoon at a residence on Pine Creek Road. The victims were shot with a handgun and airlifted to Mercy Medical Center Redding.
 
The deceased person has been identified as Daniel Peter Colegrove, age 73, of Hoopa. Cause of death will not be released until completion...

GARBERVILLE- Nearly two weeks after a maximum enforcement drug sweep in Southern Humboldt, residents say they are on their way to a safer community. It's all thanks in part to a new sheriff's sergeant, Jesse Taylor, and residents putting a foot down on crime.

Sgt. Taylor began his new role at the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office Garberville substation in January and since then has been...

 

The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office says it’s the beginning of a new chapter in law enforcement for the Hoopa Valley. Tribal Police Chief, Robert Kane resigned last Friday after 20 years of service. The Hoopa Tribe says they’ve assigned Tribal Police Lieutenant, Ed Guyer as Interim Police Chief.

 

Meanwhile, the Sheriff’s Office is looking at returning to a level of...

A McKinleyville home was left unscathed Tuesday thanks to the Arcata Fire District's quick response, knocking down an early morning garage fire.

 

Just after 3, residents reported heavy smoke and within minutes fire units arrived to the 1200 block of Hiller Road.

 

There was a fire was burning inside of a three car detached garage near the rear of a residence. Crews...

HOOPA - Hoopa Valley was without a tribal police chief over the very eventful weekend as Robert Kane resigned after 20 years of service this last Friday. A Shooting with several victims and a separate incident where unknown remains found kept authorities busy.

Ed Guyer was appointed to take Kane's place by the tribal council. He will serve as interim until a permanent chief has been...