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On 12/26/2013, at approximately 1858 hours, Chang Thao, age 22, of Mckinleyville, CA, was driving a 2000 Honda Civic northbound on US-101, south of Redcrest, CA. The vehicle was traveling in the #1 lane, at approximately 60 mph.  After passing a truck tractor towing a semi-trailer, the Honda moved into the #2 lane.  As the Honda proceeded northbound it...

A crash in Covelo has sent two drivers to the hospital with major injuries. CHP reports Thursday afternoon, 22-year old Sophia Rabano of Covelo was driving her Honda Civic eastbound on Henderson Road. As she approached the intersection of Crawford Road, she allegedly drove through a stop sign. Her vehicle struck another vehicle driven by 71-year old Jon Miller of Freemont.  Miller’s Ford...

SALYER- People across the country have been experiencing some delays with their online shopping this Christmas.  In Trinity County, one resident couldn’t provide a certain special gift for her children on Christmas morning.

Kelly Morris searched online for nearly a week for a swingset to give to her two children for Christmas.  She made the purchase through walmart.com last Friday....

A fire in Eureka Thursday morning caused one resident thousands of dollars in damage and losses of memorabilia.

Humboldt Bay Fire said it started in a garage attached to a house in the 400 block of West Sonoma Street. Fire officials said they received the call of a structure fire just before 6a.m. The first arriving engine reported smoke coming from the garage and requested three...

NORTH COAST- The Winter Holiday anti-DUI crackdown resulted in almost double the amount of arrests made in comparison to last year. Officers from seven agencies in Humboldt County arrested 52 people for driving under the influence from Dec. 13 to Christmas day, that is compared to 34 DUI arrests made in the same time period last year. The campaign is part of a larger region-wide crackdown...
NORTH COAST- The California Highway Patrol’s maximum enforcement period proved to be a success according to the CHP. The enforcement period began at 6 p.m. Christmas Eve and lasted until midnight Christmas day. Officers said in that time period one DUI arrest was made, and five property damage collisions were reported. Officers said while out on the road they are looking for violations...

While some people still have wrapping paper lying around from Wednesday's Christmas activities, others have put the holiday in the rear-view mirror.

"It’s our tradition to get up early and just start cleaning up— getting our lives back in order and looking forward to the New Year," Damon Mullins said.

Mullins is not alone. Not even eleven hours into the day and already the...

While some may be celebrating the Christmas holiday at home, others take the road less traveled. We talked to several people today who were out and about and enjoying their day. Some say going out is an opportunity to create new memories. Others were out because they are of a different faith and don’t celebrate the holiday. Regardless of where you find yourself this time of year and for...

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