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NORTH COAST: Humboldt State University students were robbed at gunpoint during an alleged robbery early Saturday morning. Food For People stocks up on items for their food pantry after the annual Letter Carriers Food Drive. Also, Redwood Coast Montessori school celebrates mothers and raises money for arts programs at their annual Mother's Day Tea.

The following is from Humboldt State University:

Police at Humboldt State University are attempting to identify two suspects involved in an armed robbery in a campus residence hall that took place early Saturday morning.

Between 1 a.m. and 2:45 a.m. on Saturday, May 10, an armed robbery occurred in a campus residence hall. Two suspects held residents at gunpoint and demanded...

Lafayette Elementary School held their Carnival again this year. It was a little different however, it was all about making healthy choices.

Kids were able to roam the grounds with friends and family enjoying a whole host of activities from "hoola hooping" and face painting to riding a bicycle that was also a blender that blended free smoothies. Officials said it was all about...

EUREKA- The sentencing of former church pastor, Donald Vincent Fregeau, Sr., has been continued to May 30th.  However, Judge Christopher Wilson announced on Friday he will sentence Fregeau to one year in jail on the misdemeanor child molestation charge, and probation for the felony continuous sexual abuse of a minor charge.

Ninety-year-old Fregeau was arrested last year in...

The man accused of shooting a sheriff’s deputy earlier this week in Shelter Cove has plead not guilty to attempted murder.

Fifty-five-year-old William Nelson allegedly shot a Humboldt County Sheriff’s Deputy in the chest while deputies were serving Nelson a notice to vacate the premises. That deputy has been released from the hospital and is expected to return to duty within the week....

KINETIC CLASSIC KID POWERED ART RACE
 
Sunday, May 11th From 1 P.M. To 4 P.M.
Sacco Amphitheater
1101 Waterfront Drive, Eureka
 

A buoy that authorities confirm is Japanese and used in their fisheries washed ashore Clam Beach on Friday morning.

Officials with the NOAA National Marine Fishery Service say Clam Beach visitors told them the buoy was not there on Thursday. It is located near the Vista Point off of southbound U.S. Highway 101. NOAA will be using its database to determine if the buoy washing ashore is a...

The Department of Fish and Wildlife announced the start of recreational ocean salmon fishing will begin this weekend.

The Northern California Management Zone, which ranges from the California/Oregon state line down to Horse Mountain will open up Saturday, May 10th. It will continue through September 7th and will have a minimum size limit of 24-inches. Anglers should note the...

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