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Klamath National Forest - Fire officials are extending the area of mandatory evacuations for the Happy Camp Complex fire burning in Klamath National Forest.

Due to increased fire activity, the extended evacuation areas are: Scott Valley Road from Bridge Flat to the intersection of Highway 96. All areas south of 96 to Grinder Creek and from Seiad Valley down river to Kade summit. All...

HOOPA- Toxic blue green algae has been detected down the Trinity River in Hoopa.

According to officials, the tribe is conducting tests to see if the toxin are affecting drinking water. Preliminary information shows that the water is safe to drink, but the tribe said they are taking extra steps and testing the water both before and after it is treated for customers.

The tests are...

HUMBOLDT- The summer Avoid the Eight DUI crackdown will continue this labor day weekend. Extra enforcement will begin tomorrow at 6 p.m. and last until midnight on Labor Day.

The national Anti-DUI Campaign started on August 15th. Authorities have arrested 43 individuals for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. That number is down from last year's campaign, by nine arrests....

CRESCENT CITY- A series of free health workshops are being offered in Humboldt and Del Norte county. The classes are designed for people living with long-term, chronic health conditions.

The program is offered by Aligning Forces Humboldt as part of the "Our Pathways to Health" program. Trained Individuals will provide tools for managing symptoms and working with health care providers....

FORTUNA- Beautification projects are underway in Fortuna’s Dog Park. The park recently entered phase two of development. In that phase, developers will be adding wood chips to the fenced area donated by the city of Fortuna. They will also be planting trees and installing play structures for the dogs. The improvements come solely from donations by businesses and other members of the community....

EUREKA- They are hard to miss: big, noisy and sometimes smelly.

But the Humboldt Transit Authority is changing the face of countywide public transportation, one bus at a time.

“Most of what you see in older buses is the plum of black smoke that comes out as you take off,” said Jim Wilson, facility and maintenance manager at the Humboldt Transit Authority. “This will not do that....

HUMBOLDT COUNTY- With earthquakes, wildfires and tsunamis threatening the north coast, emergency response officials say now is the time to prepare for a disaster.

And one easy way to prepare is by making an emergency supply kit. In that kit, you should keep a three-day supply of non-perishable food, three gallons of water per person, prescription medications, clothing, first aid...

FERNDALE- A Ferndale Police Sergeant is being praised for assisting in the rescue efforts after a car crash in the Sacremento Valley.  He says he was just doing the right thing.

On Saturday, Sgt. Adam Stricker, who was off-duty, was driving eastbound on Highway 20 near Colusa.

"I was actually traveling home to go visit my family in the Yuba City area and pick up my four year old...

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