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MENDOCINO COUNTY- Evacuation orders have been lifted for six areas near the Lodge Lightning Complex Fire. Overnight the fire spread to 10,700 acres in size but is now 45 percent contained.

Evacuation orders for Camp Seabow, Bowman Ranch, Hunt Ranch, Tan Oak Park, Elk Ridge and Mad Creek have been downgraded to evacuation warnings. Evacuation orders for The Hermatige, Big Bend and Camp...

EUREKA- There are two new members at the Sequoia Park Zoo.

Staff announced today that the zoo’s red panda Stella Luna recently gave birth to two cubs. The baby pandas were born July 9th and weigh 14 ounces, about the size of a small kitten.

Zoo officials say the cubs are healthy and will be living inside the panda den with their mom for the next 12 weeks. Zoo visitors...

EUREKA- The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday in support of local farmers.

At the meeting, the supervisors received a staff recommendation to increase agricultural handler inspection fees from $85 to $292. 

Each year, ranches and farms that store hazardous materials like gas, oil and other chemicals are required to be inspected by the Department of Health and...

Eastern Humboldt- Tribal members along the Klamath and Trinity rivers are pushing the Department of Interior to release water into the Trinity river.

On Tuesday, members of the Hoopa Valley Tribe went to Redding, where the Secretary of Interior, Sally Jewell, was in town. There, tribal members said they protested outside where she was holding a press conference. They asked for the...

WEITCHPEC- On Tuesday, the Yurok tribe unveiled a brand new multimillion dollar cemetery for tribal veterans and their families. The project, funded by a grant from the U.S. Office of Veterans Affairs will be the final resting place for Yurok veterans in the future.

The facility, located on a hillside, is secluded in the forest several miles east of Weitchpec. There, the tribe says, the...

EUREKA- The Eureka Police department continues to work to address homeless and transient related issues in the city.  One of the ways is by conducting illegal camping patrols.

Sgt. Michael Guy has worked with the Eureka Police Department for the last 20 years and helps conduct the illegal camping patrols.

“It just kind of keeps going up and up and up it seems like.  We get more...

EUREKA- Authorities in Eureka are searching for a suspect in an attempted robbery on Monday night.

Police received the call just after 8:30 p.m. from a victim at Winco.  The victim reported that a man pulled a knife on him in the grocery store’s parking lot and demanded his bag.  Officers searched the area for the suspect but were unsuccessful.

The suspect is described as being a...

ARCATA- A McKinleyville man is in custody following a vehicle pursuit in Arcata early Tuesday morning.

Police say 39-year-old Daniel Christie was on a motorcycle near the Arcata Plaza at about 1:30 a.m., when officers attempted to pull him over for vehicle code violations.  Authorities say he didn’t stop, and led police on a short vehicle pursuit.  Christie eventually fled on foot in...

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