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ARCATA- Two are in the hospital following a crash on Highway 101.

The collision happened just after 5 Sunday night near Samoa Boulevard. The driver, 18-year-old Ryan Ellena of McKinleyville and a sixteen-year-old passenger were heading north on the highway when they lost control of the vehicle.

The Nissan Pathfinder spun into southbound traffic, before rolling over and landing in...

FIELDBROOK- The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help identifying three men believed to be involved in a home invasion robbery. Security footage of the home on August 8th in Fieldbrook show three men in hooded sweatshirts who are believed to have entered the home through an unlocked sliding door. Inside, the suspects held two men at gunpoint demanding processed...

Members of the Hoopa, Yurok and Karuk Tribes, as well as concerned citizens, will hold a rally at the Bureau of Reclamation Office in Sacramento on Tuesday.

The rally is to urge the Bureau to add additional into the Trinity and Klamath Rivers immediately, in order to prevent a major fish kill.  Recently, the Bureau of Reclamation told tribal members that additional water would not be...

EUREKA- The Eureka Police Department is searching for two suspects following an assault on Monday.

Police were called to a residence near the intersections of Summer Street and Highland Avenue just after 6 a.m. Authorities say a man left his home to go on a bike ride and noticed two suspicious men parked in a near-by vehicle.  When the man went to ask them what they were doing and take...

EUREKA- The cause of a Sunday afternoon structure fire in Eureka is being attributed to discarded cigarettes. Humboldt Bay Fire responded to the 1900 block of Everding Street at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday.

When crews arrived, they found a small couch on fire in the living room of the residence. Fire officials believe cigarettes caused the flames after finding multiple discarded cigarettes on,...

EUREKA- A more than $6 million lawsuit against the City of Eureka will be the topic of discussion during the city council’s closed session on Tuesday.

The council rejected the company’s claim in May, after representatives stated they stopped working on a phase of the Martin Slough Interceptor Project because soil conditions differed from what city officials had told them to expect....

From the California Highway Patrol:

ARCATA, Calif. – On the night of Sunday, August 17th, a single vehicle traffic collision on US-101, north of Samoa Blvd, sent two occupants to the hospital with major injuries.

Just after 5:00 pm, a 2000 Nissan Pathfinder driven by 18-year-old Ryan Ellena of McKinleyville was...

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