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NORTH COAST- A North Coast self-defense class is involved in a global movement to stop violence against young women and girls. Plus, schools in southern Humboldt are in the process of creating a new three-year plan for the district.

NORTH COAST- Deputies are investigating a grisly scene alongside a Mendocino County road after two dogs were found eating a man’s body. Also, a wanted Humboldt County couple is arrested after a tip leads police to a Eureka motel. In Blue Lake a dog owned by a scientist studying rat poison was killed and authorities now believe it to be a malicious act and are offering a large reward. Plus,...


A young child pedestrian was struck by a vehicle on SR-96 in Hoopa and sustained major injuries.

On Friday at approximately 5:52 pm, a 2006 GMC pickup driven by David Drake of Hoopa was traveling southbound on SR-96 in the vicinity of Marshall Lane. A male pedestrian,  age 5, traveling westbound, crossed into the path of the pickup on SR-96, and was struck....

College of the Redwoods is partnering with the Job Market to offer short term training to provide the skills local companies say they need. Extensive local employment data has been used to identify and design trainings to meet the requirements of some of the highest demand jobs in Humboldt County.

This spring and summer, courses in Beginning Book Keeping, Intermediate Book Keeping,...

NORTH COAST- A local barbershop quartet is spreading the love this Valentine’s Day by delivering singing “Valengrams” around the community. They are called The Humboldt Harmonaires and have been singing for loved ones on Valentine’s Day for over fifty years along the North Coast.
"We sometimes sing about current loves, past loves, the ones that got away. We sing...
FORTUNA- Monday was a special night for a North Coast military family as they honored their veteran father who served in Vietnam.
Tara Andrews and her family gathered at the Fortuna Veterans Hall to honor their father Dale Andrews with a "Quilt of Valor." The quilts are handmade by volunteers and are given to service members touched by war. Tara says her brother...
BAYSIDE- Humboldt Area Foundation recently awarded $130,422 to 66 projects throughout Humboldt, Del Norte, and Trinity Counties through the Field of Interest Grant Program. The program provides grants from a collection of 27 individual funds created by community members to support issues and programs that matter to them.
One such fund is the Ride to the Wild...
HUMBOLDT COUNTY- With more rain in the forecast, law enforcement is urging motorist to drive cautiously. For the latest traffic conditions, you can visit the Caltrans website or the California Highway Patrol Incident page for the.