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A local coffee company is donating 100-percent of their proceeds from all sales to promote breast health awareness.  Tomorrow, in anticipation of National Breast Health Awareness Month, Dutch Bros Coffee Company is helping raise money for local breast cancer awareness. All proceeds Tuesday from every sale they make at both of their Eureka locations will go to the Community Breast Health...

A repair project will close part of Highway 254, the Avenue of the Giants beginning today.  Caltrans announced the repairs of a drainage pipe near the High Rock Conservation Camp, between Weott and Redcrest, would require a full road closure. Work is necessary to fix the pipe, which crosses both lanes of the highway. The closure is expected to last through 3:30...

The College of the Redwoods Board of Directors will voluntarily reduce their numbers. The Board authorized College President, Kathy Smith, to begin the process of cutting down from nine trustees to seven at their September meeting.

College of the Redwoods is the only community college district in California with nine. All of the other 71 districts have either five or seven trustees. The...

NORTH COAST- Arcata Police are looking for the suspect who allegedly stabbed two Humboldt State Univeristy students early Sunday morning, plus the baby red panda at the Sequoia Park Zoo peeks out of her den.

NORTH STATE- The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office confirms with News Channel 3 that the possible sighting of triple-homicide suspect Shane Miller in the Fort Jones area turned out to be a different man. 
 
Miller is wanted for allegedly killing his wife and two young daughters in their Shingletown home in May before fleeing to the North Coast. The Trinity County...

The search for triple homicide suspect Shane Miller continues despite reported sightings. Plus, a trip back in time... the Medieval Festival takes over the Mad River Community Hospital this weekend for jousting, Renaissance themed costumes and much more. 

FRESHWATER- One year ago today Jason Warren allegedly killed a Hoopa woman inside of her home and then struck three joggers with a car in Freshwater on the same morning.
 
A new sign that reads “With Suzie in our Hearts” was placed on the fence post along Myrtle Avenue where jogger Suzie Seemann died. Seemann was a geography lecturer at Humboldt State University...
EUREKA- In celebration of Humboldt State University’s centennial year the Clarke Museum in Old Town is displaying their newest exhibit in honor of the school
 
"For this region, Humboldt State has played a significant part. They have changed with the times as the region has," said director Ben Brown.
 
In the mid 1900's the school was...

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