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EUREKA- A new website expected to launch next year is making sure Eureka's history is not forgotten.

The city is spearheading the Eureka Historic Website's creation. The new website will provide historic facts of more than 800 properties in the city and allow people to take virtual tours. Staff is working to add all current information from old publications into the database before...

EUREKA- More than 20 local service providers reached out to homeless and transient people in Eureka on Thursday to help get them into housing.

The Eureka Police Department organized the Services Resource Fair with the goal of letting people living behind Bayshore Mall know  about the services available to them.  The last Services Resource Fair was held in the beginning of May.  The...

ARCATA - HSU is making upgrades to it’s parking lots this summer. It's an effort to improve water quality.

The University received an almost $500,000 grant from the State Water Resources Control Board to implement the low impact development project. Stormwater that runs off the parking lots will now go through engineered areas and natural vegetation basins to help remediate pollutants...

A Eureka man has been demonstrating the power of recycling with his race car.  It cost him $1000 and he has been racing with used parts and standard tires.  It is the Roadrunner class at Redwood Acres.  Steve Paiment is being sponsored by Newschannel 3 and this is the story of his car.

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA - A rash of fires in three general areas were started over the past 24 hours in Eastern and Southern Humboldt. Cal Fire named the 9 fires near Weitchpec as the “Witch Fire” and the 7 fires near Pecwan as the “Moore Fire.”

Hoopa Valley Volunteer Fire Department and the US Forest Service are assisting Cal Fire in containment.

3-air tankers, 3 helicopters, 5...

SACRAMENTO - It may not have been a first, but it did garner a certain amount of attention.

Second District Assembly Member, Jim Wood, brought in an actual marijuana plant onto the state assembly floor today to make a point. The plant was right behind him as he urged his fellow lawmakers to pass AB-243, a medical marijuana bill that would regulate the sale and production of the plant....

LOLETA- A King Salmon woman is behind bars after allegedly stealing a car, attempting to run over officer and leading police on a chase.

The Humboldt County Sheriff's Office says it all started around 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the intersection of Eel River Drive and Copenhagen Road in Loleta. There, Valerie Sue Robinson, 42, was allegedly partially nude, throwing objects at passing cars. Two...

WOODLEY ISLAND- Though the Woodley Island marina will operate in a deficit once again this year, the Humboldt Bay Harbor District says they're making good progress as they move toward a balanced budget.

With $1 million in revenues left over after expenses in the 2015-2016 fiscal year budget, the harbor district says it is in good shape.

While the general district fund is balanced...