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NORTH COAST- A local soccer team was trapped inside of an elevator for over an hour until firefighters were able to rescue the group by latter. Plus, a candlelight vigil marks a new chapter for the Wiyot Tribe and the 20-year-old man accused of killing a 44-year-old man with a crossbow in the Samoa dunes last Sept. will stand trial Monday.

NORTH COAST- The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office Bomb Squad was called in after a suspicious device was found at a North Coast middle school and Fortuna Police are still looking for a 23-year-old “at-risk” missing person last seen earlier this month. In Eureka, hundreds turned up to the annual informational health fair at the Bayshore Mall. Plus, a small northern California town to the east...

FORTUNA- Being at the right place at the right time earned eighteen individuals honors Friday for their selfless actions, courage and compassion.
 
"We honor people who have been nominated by the community for doing something heroic," said Executive Director for the Humboldt Del-Norte American Red Cross Chapter Barbara Caldwell.
 
The...
FORTUNA- The Fortuna Police Department’s K-9 program has been saved, thanks to generous donations from community members. 
 
Fortuna Police Sergeant Jason Kadle said, “It is a huge asset to the department, not just to use as a tool for law enforcement but as a bride to use for the schools and the kids in the community.”
 
The program...

ARCATA- Coast Guard crews used a helicopter to rescue a distressed woman on the beach early Friday morning. The woman was taken from Mad River Beach to the Arcata/Eureka Airport without any injuries.

Sector Humboldt Bay received a call at 3:58 a.m. that residents had heard the woman yelling on the beach from their home nearby. Crews choose to use a helicopter because of the woman's...

EUREKA- The community will come together with Wiyot tribal members to stand together in candle light for one last time. The tribe will hold their last vigil to remember the Indian Island Massacre in 1860 as they prepare to move on to their World Renewal Ceremony.

The tribe has been holding the vigil since 1990 as a way to remember and mourn the loss of their people more than a hundred...

MCKINLEYVILLE- The Arcata/Eureka airport is finished testing newly replaced landing equipment and flights are back on schedule. Final tests were completed by the Federal Aviation Administration on Tuesday.

Crews were aware that the glide slope had been experiencing outages and needed to be replaced on Feb. 7th. The equipment helps guide planes into the runway vertically. "Essentially it...

DEL NORTE COUNTY- The Del Norte County Sheriff’s Office is warning the community about a new scam.
 
According to deputies, several residents have reported receiving calls from a person claiming to be from PG&E. The person on the phone proceeds to tell the resident their power will be shut off, unless they pay up. However the interesting part about all this is...

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