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EUREKA- A fully involved house fire on F and Oak Street has left one man injured and in the hospital. Crews from Humboldt Bay Fire found the fire fully involved when they arrived on scene just after 2:00 p.m. on Friday.

The male occupant of the home was found in the backyard of the home and taken by ambulance to St. Joseph's Hospital. Battalion Chief William Reynolds said he may need to...

MANILA-  Redwood Coast Montessori students learned about Martin Luther King Jr. from community members who have lived through and seen the civil rights movement first hand. Members of Veterans For Peace sat with students today to help teach students about the importance of the leaders work.

"I have a dream," read 4th Grader Toshi Ozawa in front of his classmates.

"I know that he...

ARCATA- The Arcata Police Department has arrested one man for allegedly selling methamphetamine out of his motor home in the Valley West and Westwood neighborhoods. A search warrant was served on the vehicle by police on the 1700 block of Stewart Avenue Thursday.

Police have been investigating the motor home after receiving reports that drug activity was associated with RV. Robbie...

ARCATA- A man has been airlifted to an out of area hospital and is in serious condition after a fight on the Arcata plaza. Arcata Police have made no arrests and have no suspects at this time.

The suspects and the victim were kicked out of a bar after getting in a verbal altercation inside of Friday morning. Sgt. Ron Sligh of the Arcata Police Department the victim was unresponsive when...

EUREKA- The man convicted of the murder of a horse in Alton appeared in court for sentencing on Friday, but that sentencing will now be handed down next Friday.

Joshua Slater was convicted of using a crossbow to murder a two-year-old horse in Alton named cash last April and entered a “no contest” plea.  He also was charged last March with unlawful possession of deer and elk parts,...

ARCATA- If you still have some lingering holiday materials around your home, a local organization is looking for them.

SCRAP Humboldt will be holding its second annual Post Holiday Waste Collection tomorrow. People looking to do away with wrapping papers, ribbons, gift bags and other scrap goods can show up to SCRAP Humboldt on H Street between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. in order to donate....

EUREKA- The victim of the shooting in Eureka earlier this week is in stable condition.

The shooting took place in the Humboldt Hill area when a 26-year-old man told police he heard a knock on his door just before midnight on Monday, opened the door, and was shot by a man with a shotgun near his left arm. When police arrived, they determined the suspect had fled the scene and are...

SAN FRANCISCO – With California facing water shortfalls in the driest year in recorded state history, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today proclaimed a State of Emergency and directed state officials to take all necessary actions to prepare for these drought conditions.

“We can’t make it rain, but we can be much better prepared for the terrible consequences that California’s drought now...

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