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NORTH COAST- The California Highway Patrol is stepping up enforcement New Year’s Eve in an effort to keep impaired drivers off of the roads.
 
According to the CHP the month of Dec. has resulted in the most traffic collisions on record. Officers said about 120 collisions were reported, averaging out to about four-per day. The icy weather and harsh road conditions...
NORTH COAST- New Year’s Eve is one among few nights out of the year where loud noises can frighten your pets. As the clock ticks down for 2013, many will ring in the new year with sparkling lights, whistles, bangs, and pops- which might be fun for humans, but for our pets, it's a night of loud noises and scary sounds. 
 
"It does not take much to make them nervous...
FERNDALE- After three months of investigation the Ferndale Police Department has three juvenile suspects believed to be involved in the killing of a Future Farmer’s of America lamb at Ferndale High School.
 
According to police the lamb, Chops, was hit on the head and killed with a cinder block in his pen located in a field just northwest of Ferndale High School...
From the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office:
 
On 12-27-2013, approximately 8:00 p.m. the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a high risk missing person. The mother of Ryan Matthew Grammer, 33 years old, reported he was last seen at her residence on Nedra Avenue, Eureka on 12-15-2013 after they had been in an argument. Ryan left her residence on...
From the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office: 
 
On 12-30-13, at approximately 11:50 p.m. the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office received a call of a physical fight with shots fired in the 3900 block of Cedar Street, Eureka. California Highway Patrol Officers (C.H.P.) and Eureka Police responded to assist. When the deputies arrived on scene they spoke to witnesses and...
From the Eureka Police Department: 
 
Officers from the Eureka Police Department have arrested Scott Joe Cano of Eureka for felony vandalism.  Working with information provided by community members, Officer Drake Goodale stopped and contacted Cano who was seen in video surveillance vandalizing (tagging) a wall on 1300 4th Street in Eureka.  
 
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A judge has ruled in favor of allowing sectarian prayer at Eureka City Council meetings.  Judge Watson ruled against the A-C-L-U case, Carole Beaton vs the City of Eureka.

Beaton wanted to end any prayers before meetings… saying it violated three statutes in the constitution. Citing an established history since 1849 of religious invocations in the state and federal constitutions, Judge...

Celebrators on the Arcata Plaza this New Years Eve can expect to see increased law enforcement and access to the William McKinley statue blocked off. According to Arcata Police the department is expected to police the plaza like last year's holiday.

According to Det. Sgt. Todd Dokweiler the increased enforcement has prevented crime and vandalism in Arcata.

In past years,...

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