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An early morning earthquake shakes the North Coast. The 4.2 quake struck at 5:28 a.m. Tuesday and was centered 17 miles north-west of Ferndale.

The photo is the seismogram recorded at Berkley’s Jacoby Creek Station near Arcata.

According to the redwood coast tsunami work group at Humboldt State University, there is no tsunami danger.

From the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office: 
 
The Humboldt County Coroner has identified the human remains located in a gravesite off of Jewitt Ranch Road, Harris area of Humboldt County as that of missing person Garret Rodriguez, 29 years old from San Diego, California. Rodriguez was reported missing by his father to the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office on 04-25-...

St. Joseph’s Hospital and Stanford Medicine will be collaborating in a new venture for cancer. A series of projects related to cancer care, clinical research and education are planned all with a goal of providing local patients with the highest cancer care possible.

The collaboration will include: a new cancer telemedicine tumor board program, access to cancer clinical trials and...

The Humboldt County Economic Development Team is inviting the public to a meeting. It will be held in the Prosperity Center at 520 E Street in Eureka at 6 pm this Thursday, December 19th.

On the agenda for discussion, is the Brownfield’s Program which is the expansion, redevelopment or reuse of property that may be complicated by the presence of hazardous substance,...

RIO DELL- Access to the Eel River in Rio Dell may be restricted based on residents concerns about noise and damage to the river bar. The City Council will make a decision on whether or not they will restrict access to the river.

Residents living near the river bar came to the council complaining about noise and motorized vehicles damaging the river. In response the city sent out a...

HUMBOLDT COUNTY- The Eureka Police Department is training business owners and their employees to be compliant with alcohol licenses in Humboldt County. The department hosted a training seminar presented by the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control.

The training educated attendants on the laws and regulations on selling alcohol. The seminar was funded by a $68,000 grant by the state....

BLUE LAKE- The Board of Supervisors will decide at Tuesday's meeting whether or not they will help to fund the levee in Blue Lakes certification required by the federal government. If the levee is not certified residents in Blue Lake will have to purchase flood insurance.

All levees are required to be certified by the Corp of Engineers after Hurricane Katrina. The city is funding one-...

WILLOW CREEK- Several families were displaced on Monday after a fire broke out at an apartment complex. 
 
Residents at the Willow Creek Apartments were evacuated just before 1 p.m. According to the Willow Creek Volunteer Fire Department, the apartment building was fully involved in flames, but was quickly contained. No injuries have been reported. The cause of...

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