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EUREKA – The Air Pollution Control Officer at the Air Quality Management District officially resigned, and an interim officer has been appointed.

Richard Martin has been the Air Pollution Control Officer for more than eight years. The control officer is responsible for monitoring and improving our air quality. On Friday, Martin officially resigned from his duties due to complications...

EUREKA- A new Eureka law addressing underage drinking went into effect this week. The Eureka Social Host Ordinance will subject any person who allows, conducts or organizes underage drinking to escalating fines. A first offense will cost violators $250, with fines doubling with each violation.

DHHS' partner Humboldt Allies of Substance Abuse Prevention (Humboldt ASAP) introduced the law...

HYDESVILLE- It’s a dilemma many parents of school aged children face: what to get your child’s teacher for Christmas? One local school is making it easy to give the perfect gift for both the teacher and the students.

“It takes all of the guesswork out of it,” Hydesville Parent Group Volunteer Maile Feuerman said. “The parents can come in, they grab an ornament off the wreath that has...

EUREKA- One day later, tents have returned to an illegal encampment area that crews worked Thursday to clear.

Eureka’s POP and inmate work crews were at the foot of Del Norte Street clearing the encampment with heavy equipment. The crews filled four 40 ft dumpsters with litter and belongings. The process left many inhabitants unsure of where next to sleep.

“We’re going to either...

EUREKA - Eureka Police responded to an alarm at a local business and discovered a burglary in progress.

This past Tuesday at 6:30 am, officers arrived near the 200-block of F Street and discovered two unknown suspects had forced entry then left the scene carrying several items of merchandise. Law enforcement followed leads and a day later conducted a probation search at...

Eureka - Eureka’s Problem Oriented Police were using heavy equipment Thursday to clean out a well-known homeless encampment.

At 8:30 in the morning, a work crew assisted officers in the green belt area at the foot of Del Norte Street. Campers were given notice this would happen three days ago. Crew members filled four 40-yard capacity dumpsters. Officials with the city say it is an...

WEITCHPEC - A Weitchpec man held four suspects at gunpoint after they allegedly burglarized his home.

Arrested were 29-year old Daniel Peck, 31-year old Katrina Inong, 34-year old Sally Ferris and 29-year old Don Suagi Colegrove. Around 3 am Thursday, Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a residence on Lake Prairie Road. A caretaker alerted the property owner that the four suspects who had...

Organizers and supporters of Fly Humboldt gathered Thursday for a final push to raise a 1 million-dollar minimum revenue guarantee.

The guarantee is like an insurance policy for airlines that are looking to start up service in an airport.

Fly Humboldt has been working to welcome additional air service to the Arcata-Eureka Airport.

The last time we checked in with them,...