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EUREKA- Property crimes have gone up in the City of Eureka in recent months. On Friday, business owners met with the Eureka Police Chief and other city officials to discuss how the community can come together to
address these issues.

Business owners from 4th Street and 5th Street to Eureka’s south end came to the Broadway Corridor Safety Conference on Friday, which was organized...

ARCATA – An overwhelming four million adolescents in the U.S. suffer from mental illness. A local eighth grader, who’s had her own mental health struggles, turned them around with a simple technique. 

Millions battle with mental health problems and feel that help is out of reach.

Julia McLeod, an eighth grader at Pacific Union faced challenges of her own.

"Well I, in the...

EUREKA- The man found guilty of misdemeanor assault and discharge of a BB gun with gross negligence, injuring a Eureka High School freshman in 2013, was sentenced on Friday to 30 days in jail and three years of probation.

Christian John Kay apologized to the victim and the victim’s family in the beginning of Friday’s sentencing, telling the victim he is “truly sorry” and he “...

EUREKA- A local student got one step closer to her dream of becoming an FBI agent. On Friday she was Eureka's Chief of Police.

McKenna Rose, 16, swore in this morning at the police department. The rising senior from Aldergrove Charter School had the opportunity to job-shadow Police Chief Andrew Mills.

"It's really exciting," Rose said. "They were so nice to invite me and I'm...

SAMOA- A wood pellet manufacturing operation could begin at the Samoa Pulp Mill by 2018. Last night the Humboldt Bay Harbor District granted an exclusive right to negotiate to Samoa Pellets LLC.

The company plans to conduct operations in the pulp mill's old machine room and is already working to get permits. Construction of the new business will cost nearly $35 million. The company...

Dan Dill will serve as the Mad River District Ranger. The district is located near Dinsmore and Ruth. For Dill, it's a homecoming. He was born in Fortuna and went to college at HSU. Dill began his career at the U.S. Forest Service in 2008 as a wildlife biologist.

He was named deputy district ranger for the Six Rivers Lower Trinity, Orleans, Ukonom District in 2012. Dill says he's...

SOUTHERN HUMBOLDT- Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom spoke Friday at a public forum on marijuana policy, looking ahead to the possible legalization of recreational marijuana.

"We haven't been able to get our arm around medical marijuana since 1996, and here we are leap frogging in many ways and looking forward to a ballot initiative next November to tax and regulate for adult use of...

MCKINLEYVILLE- McKinleyville is inviting the community to it’s 47th Annual Pony Express Days. Festivities kick off Saturday at noon with Farm Fest at A & L Feed.

"It's a big benefit for FFA and the 4-H groups locally," said Courtney Kime of the McKinleyville Chamber of Commerce. "We’re going to have lots of kids with their animals and their projects. We’ll have a petting...