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NORTH COAST - Fire restrictions in the Six Rivers National Forest are being lifted Friday. The agency says fire danger is now deemed moderate following recent humidity recovery and two inches of rain in two weeks.

The Six Rivers National Forest has seen a higher than average amount of acres burned this year, with more than 100,000 acres burned in the last 57 days. The largest...

Post date: Thu, 09/24/2015 - 18:05

LOLETA- A project started early this spring in Loleta is already making an impact for a local tribe. Phase one of the Bear River Band of Rohnerville Rancheria's wind and solar system is up at running.

Now as you drive up Singley Road you will see two rows of solar panels. The panels now supplying power to the Tish Non Community Center. The tribe is going off the grid with their own...

Post date: Thu, 09/24/2015 - 17:46

EUREKA- The Eureka Police Department now has a new tool when cracking down on DUI drivers.

The agency unveiled it's new DUI checkpoint trailer Thursday. The nearly $20,000 trailer was funded by an office of traffic safety grant  and is custom designed for the department.

The new trailer will hold all equipment for checkpoints, provide additional lighting and will act as a mobile...

Post date: Thu, 09/24/2015 - 17:44

HOOPA- The Hoopa Tribal Police no longer has the authority to enforce the law in the Hoopa Valley. The Humboldt County Sheriff's Office revoking those powers due to a lack of qualified officers.

According to public law 83-280 (pl 280), the sheriff's office is responsible for enforcing state laws on tribal lands.

Twenty years ago the tribe and sheriff's office entered into an...

Post date: Thu, 09/24/2015 - 17:44

EUREKA - A packed Jay Willard Gymnasium at Eureka High School was the setting for the 32nd Annual College and Career Night.

Students from all over Humboldt and Del Norte counties attend. Some were even bussed in from Crescent City, Hoopa and Fort Bragg. 45-college and career reps were on site to give ideas and options for prospective college bound students who were interested...

Post date: Wed, 09/23/2015 - 23:53

CRESCENT CITY - Civil rights issues regarding solitary confinement in state prisons are an ongoing concern. Wednesday a new issue was protested at Pelican Bay State Prison.

This follows a historic settlement from September 1, 2015 by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and the plaintiffs, that is still awaiting a judge's approval, to end indeterminate solitary...

Post date: Wed, 09/23/2015 - 21:01

BLUE LAKE - The Explosive Ordinance Disposal Team was called in after a suspicious bag was left in Blue Lake.

Tuesday night just before 6, the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office received a call from a citizen telling them a suspicious bag was left at the post office and that an unknown person had said it possibly contained a bomb.

Blue Lake Fire immediately closed all roads around...

Post date: Wed, 09/23/2015 - 19:52

PHILLIPSVILLE  - A Phillipsville man is in jail after deputies found illegal drugs and guns.

Law enforcement arrested Neil Eugene Kemp also known as “Trip” after several months of investigation.

He was believed to be one of the main suppliers of heroin for the southern Humboldt area.

Wednesday morning, officials made a search of his residence on the 200 block of Fish Creek...

Post date: Wed, 09/23/2015 - 19:40