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EUREKA- Twenty local service providers reached out to homeless and transient people behind Bayshore Mall in Eureka on Friday as part of a new, weekly program.

The Eureka Police Department organized the Services Resource Fair with the goal of informing people living behind Bayshore Mall of available services. The Betty Kwan Chinn Day Center handed out free clothes.  Other organizations...

HUMBOLDT COUNTY- Two Humboldt County residents are finally back home after being stranded in Nepal following last weekend’s deadly earthquake.

Less than 24 hours ago, Dave Creech of Eureka and Neal Carnam of Fieldbrook made it back to Humboldt County. They were on a hiking trip in Nepal when the earthquake hit.

Creech said, “You could see splits in the ground where it looked like...

ARCATA - Detailed fitness programs designed specifically for firefighters don’t exist, but now with research at HSU’s human performance lab, that is about to change.

Kinesiology professor, Young Sub Kwon is working closely with the Arcata Fire Protection District to develop the new program. Kwon emphasizes that the program is true exercise, which is different than what’s considered...

ARCATA - A charter school in Arcata celebrated an ancient spring tradition Friday, with it’s very own May Day festival.

With painted faces, glitter, fairies and flowers, Coastal Grove Charter School students, teachers and parents united to enjoy the event. Students read poems, sang, played instruments and gave gifts to their younger peers including magical bookmarks and jingle bell...

ARCATA - More than 300 geographers have made their way to Arcata to participate in the 69th Annual meet and greet.

In an effort to promote the area with the motto, “Raising the Redwood Curtain,” Humboldt State is hosting the three day event, that kicked off Friday morning. Geographers began with a variety of field trips including canoeing at stone lagoon to exploring the...

EUREKA- Humboldt County celebrated eating healthy with a fruit and veggie festival at Eureka's Grocery Outlet.

At the festival shoppers could learn how to make healthier choices when at the supermarket through informational booths and activities. Adults and kids could ride the smoothie bike, each pedal powering an attached blender. Shoppers could also plant a pea as a way to learn about...

SCOTIA- A transformation is underway in the Town of Scotia. The old logging town is receiving brand new utilities ahead of a plan to subdivide and sell parcels to residents.

The process has been underway for nearly ten years now, but the officials with the Town of Scotia say they are officially moving into phase two of their improvement plan. As part of that plan, the company is...

Spirit, our puppy with a purpose, joined us in the Rhody Parade.  He is the Yellow Lab who is being socialized to become a Guide Dog for the Blind.  This is the latest installment as we cover the maturation of our guide dog over the next 14 months with the Hayler family.