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

On Wednesday, at approximately 2:30 a.m., the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 transfer from the California Highway Patrol regarding an assault with a firearm that just occurred. The victim had flagged down a passing motorist on US 101 near Miranda and reported his roommate was armed with a handgun, had fired...

The following is from the Eureka Police Department:

On Tuesday, at about 5:22 p.m. detectives from the Eureka Police Department Problem Oriented Policing Unit (POP) responded to the 2900 block of California Street after receiving a citizen tip that Eureka’s Most Wanted Duncan Devine was in an apartment.

Upon arrival, detectives located Devine in an upstairs apartment. Devine...

Sacramento - Two bills authored by Wes Chesbro that would have helped protect horse racing at county fairs are vetoed by Governor Brown.

AB 2005 and 2592 would have added a Senator and Assembly Member to the California Horse Racing Board and require them to complete an economic impact analysis before changing dates that affect local county fairs.

Chesbro said quote, “I am...

Shelter Cove - Thousands of gallons of water were allegedly stolen from a summer home in Southern Humboldt.

Humboldt County Sheriff’s Deputies say a husband and wife who live in Napa County reported a theft of water from their summer home on Spring Road in Shelter Cove.  146,802 gallons of water worth over $1,500 was reportedly taken when no one was in the house. It was enough water to...

Garberville - A Bay Area man has been arrested in Southern Humboldt after Sheriff’s Deputies find him in possession of 21 pounds of marijuana.

Arrested was 42-year old Anthony Coutain of Concord. Law enforcement says around midnight, Tuesday, they stopped a black Lexus on Redwood Drive at Sprowel Creek Road in Garberville for a traffic violation. The arresting deputy smelled a strong...

EUREKA- The Humboldt Bay Harbor District will finalize purchases of a dredge and other equipment to clear the bay at Thursday’s meeting. PG&E granted the district $2 million to help purchase the materials, with the first project planned in the Fisherman’s Channel at King Salmon.

Harbor officials say dredging is necessary in areas like the channel, because mud and debris build up...

FORTUNA- Books like Harry Potter, Fifty Shades of Grey and The Hunger Games are on display at the Fortuna Library in celebration of Banned Books Week. The library is showing off the ten most challenged books of 2013 to educate library visitors about censorship and the freedom to read.

While at the display visitors can also write why they are choosing to read...

FORTUNA- Representatives from FEMA and the California Office of Emergency Services were at Fortuna’s wastewater treatment plant today.

The city is nearing a final design for a pre-disaster mitigation plan that would protect city services from a hundred year flood. The project would build a berm, or a dirt wall, around the perimeter of the wastewater treatment plant to protect it from...