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EUREKA- On Monday afternoon, two people were hospitalized after a single vehicle rollover crash off Highway 101.

It occurred before 2 p.m. on the south bound King Salmon exit.  Two people sustained injuries in the accident but were conscious and alert when emergency personnel arrived.  Police have not confirmed what caused the crash but say the vehicle went off of Highway 101 onto the...

The Wiyot World Renewal Ceremony was held over the weekend.  News Channel 3 caught up with members of the Wiyot Tribe a few weeks prior as they were practicing for the event.

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EUREKA- The final step before the new Eureka City Manager can begin working will be Tuesday night at the Eureka City Council meeting.

Now that the background investigation for the next city manager has been complete, city council members will vote whether or not to approve the contract that he has agreed to.  If they vote to approve, Greg Sparks will begin serving on May 1st.  Greg...

Two members of the 113th class of cadets at the College of the Redwoods Basic Law Enforcement Academy received scholarships, courtesy of the Eureka Police Department.

On Friday, the winners of the two scholarships were announced.  Pranay Manghirmalani, who is 22 years old, won the $2,500 scholarship and 26-year-old John Castro received the $1,500 scholarship.  This is the...

EUREKA- The preliminary numbers are in.  By all accounts, the 24th annual Redwood Coast Jazz Festival in Eureka was a success.

Festival organizers confirm about 2,400 attendees came to Jazz Fest during the three days.  That number is calculated without counting sales from three businesses that sell festival tickets.  Organizers say more tickets were sold this year than last...

GARBERVILLE- College of the Redwood's Garberville Instructional site will remain open for the upcoming Fall 2014 semester. The site will offer more lifelong learning and community education courses along with general education classes.

The college's Board of Trustees were considering closing the site down due to decreased enrollment and increased expenses at the site. Community members...

FORTUNA- Candidate for State Senate Mike McGuire met with business owners this afternoon at a Fortuna Chamber of Commerce meeting. The candidate was there to discuss his candidacy for the position and answer members questions.

McGuire is a democrat currently serving as a Supervisor of Sonoma County. He is running for the second district, which includes Marin, Mendocino, Lake, Humboldt,...

FORTUNA- While most of their classmates had Ceasar Chavez day off from school, almost a hundred Humboldt State Students were volunteering at Miranda's Rescue. All the students are members of the campus' Youth Educational Services, a network of 15 individual campus volunteer groups led by students.

The students volunteer for the Serve-a-thon every year by picking one local non-profit and...

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