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HOOPA- A Hoopa man is dead after jumping into the Trinity River after running from tribal police after allegedly stealing a military Humvee. Darrel Dwight Hostler, 34, was recovered underwater by authorities Wednesday morning.

"He was just trying to get away from law enforcement and [the river] was the only location to go from there," said Guyer.

According to Hoopa Tribal Police...

WILLOW CREEK- Officials from the Six Rivers Nation Forest will use information from community members at a Post Fire meeting for next years fire season. About 20 community members came to the meeting to give officials input on the 2013 fire season.

Over 50,000 acres burned this year in 60 different fires. The largest were the Butler and Corral fires in the Six Rivers National Forest....

Glen Paul School students celebrate the holidays with their annual Christmas Lunch on Wednesday. 

CRESCENT CITY- The Del Norte School employee facing child sex abuse charges was in court for an arraignment on Wednesday. 
 
Gary Moore, the 52-year-old Crescent Elk Middle School Employee who was arrested on Monday for allegedly engaging in inappropriate touching and other acts of miscount with students at the school. In court, Moore was arraigned on six counts...
EUREKA- Parents of Eureka City Schools showed up to an informational meeting Tuesday night about the inherent dangers of firearms and pellet guns,
 
"Pellet guns right now have really been increasing in their speed and ability to inflict harm onto other people,” said Superintendent Fred Van Vleck.
 
The meeting comes one month after...
From the Hoopa Valley Tribal Police Department:
 
On 12/11/2013 the Hoopa Valley Tribal Police Department ended a five month long marijuana investigation after serving a search warrant at a residence located on Mill Creek Road In Hoopa CA.
At the Hoopa residence Officers located approximately 11 lbs of marijuana and several firearms. One suspect was...

More than 2,500 people were in the dark in parts of Arcata and McKinleyville. PG&E says the power outage was reported at around 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday and power was restored by 7:30 p.m. At this time officials for PG&E have not determined the cause.

The driver in Monday night’s crash at the Bayshore Mall has been arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence.

Eureka police said 50-year-old James Calvin Norris was driving a white van and crashed into a tree next to the Kohl’s department store around 7 p.m.

Witnesses told police that they saw Norris driving recklessly prior to the crash. He was arrested for driving...

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