On Friday, August 1 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. there will be training scenarios taking place near Commercial and 4th streets in Eureka. The scenarios are part of the College of the Redwoods Crime Scene Investigators Course:    

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Humboldt State University Rollin Richmond announced his retirement Wednesday morning at the CSU Board of Trustee meeting in Long Beach. Richmond has served as the university President for 12 years and will retire at the end of the 2013-14 school year.

The Board of Trustees is expected to reveal their plans to search for a new president in the upcoming weeks.

 

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The following is from Eureka Police:
 
On 9-24-13, at about 1449 hours, a citizen driving east on Fifth Street saw two men remove a window screen from the downstairs window of a motel room, from the inside of the room. The two men crawled out of the window.  The men were carrying property.  The subjects were white males in their 20’s.  The witness said they...

William Flores pled “not guilty” to a murder charge with a special allegation today for the death of a 33-year-old Eureka man.

 

Flores is suspected of stabbing Joshua Lloyd Burrell in the parking lot of the Royal Inn Motel in the early morning hours of September 15. News Channel 3 has learned that Burrell was just released from jail on his own recognizance. Lieutenant Steve...

 

For more than 20 years local potter, Peggy Loudon, has been living and working as an artist in Humboldt County. Loudon is one of 12 artists featured in a 2014 calendar that shows local artists working in the area.

 

The calendar is called 'small town: BIG ART' and is to celebrate the high number of artists in the area. Monica Topping created the calendar after having the...

The Humboldt Bay Working Group will hear a presentation on Wednesday about more opportunities in the Humboldt Bay. Madaket Captain, Leroy Zerlang will make a presentation on the boat and the Humboldt Bay Maritime Museum.

 

Zerlang will also introduce the project of restoring the "Stephanie," the oldest fishing boat in Humboldt Bay. Zerlang said the boat's deck needs to be...

County officials say chemicals from the fire retardant from a small elevator fire a few weeks ago may have caused Monday’s smoky evacuation of the Humboldt County Courthouse.

 

They say they may have been stirred up, causing the haze seen by people inside Monday morning. Humboldt Bay Fire says it’s a possibility but they’re looking for what caused the burning plastic smell that...

The Corral Complex is 95 percent contained mainly from the past weeks rainfall, high humidity and cooler temperatures. Fire restriction for the Six Rivers National have also been lifted.

 

The wildfire started Aug. 10th from lightning and has burned 12,503 acres. The fire has been burning east of Hoopa and the Hoopa Valley Tribe has been sharing command of the fire because of the...

A Bill that was vetoed by Governor Brown four times has finally made it into law. Bicycle groups are hailing the passage. AB 1371, authored by Assemblyman, Steven Bradford of Gardenia, calls for a 3-foot buffer zone between a car and bicyclist. Advocates of this Bill have been hoping to get it into legislation since 2006. Twenty-two other states have similar bills according to local...

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