News

Search for News

News Archive

Local Stories

EUREKA- The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors are working to secure $50,000 acre feet of water ahead of anticipated stress on fisheries this summer.

At Tuesday's meeting the board will vote to send a letter to the Bureau of Reclamation calling for the water in advance to later be released into the Trinity River.

Water was released late last summer after tribal members...

EUREKA- A Humboldt County jury announced it's verdict today in the Juan Ferrer murder trial. Ferrer was found guilty of voluntary manslaughter and guilty of a special enhancement of using a lethal weapon to kill Arcata chef, Douglas Anderson-Jordet in November of 2013.

A...

NORTH COAST - Local elementary students will get an opportunity for hiking, learning and having fun in the outdoors all while they’re in school.

It’s in its third year and called the “Ticket to Ride Program.” Redwood National and State Park will host 220 students from Alice Birney Elementary School from Eureka. They’ll attend in two classes over four days and take ranger guided tours...

BLUE LAKE - The Blue Lake City Council is looking for a prospective new council member after one of their own took a leave of absence.

Lana Manzanita had to step away due to illness. Officials adopted a resolution to appoint a replacement. A 30-day application period has been opened up and interested parties can apply on the cities' web site: www....

DEL NORTE COUNTY - A Crescent City man has been sentenced to 4-years in state prison after committing multiple assaults.

28-year old Dennie Sanderson was sentenced after choking, punching and slamming his girlfriend against a car on two separate occasions last November. Although the victim couldn’t remember what happened to her during the trial, evidence after the incident was...

ARCATA- Thieves hit the Potawot Health Village in Arcata early Thursday morning, taking with them nine tradition Native American baskets.

The village is part of the United Indian Health Services. The baskets were in a hallway display case and were provided by the Stebbins family. They date back to the early 1900s. The baskets have been in the building since 2003. The organization says...

EUREKA- The U.S. Postal Service says they are moving forward with plans to move the Eureka Mail Processing Center to Medford starting the first week of July.

A representative with USPS in San Francisco told News Channel 3 that the agency is currently working out transportation logistics and conducting feasibility studies. They plan to have those complete in July and will then begin the...

EUREKA- Mental illness and changing the stigma was the theme Friday in Carson Park in Eureka.

In honor of Mental Health Month the Hope Center hosted a community awareness barbeque free to the public. There attendees could get lunch, practice zumba, win prizes and even compete in games with the eureka police chief.

Hope Center representatives say outreach events like this one are...