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EUREKA- Five county supervisors, five locations, all part of one interactive budget meeting tied together with Google Hangout technology.

Thursday night was Humboldt County's first public budget meeting and according to county officials, expenses are rising. This year's general fund revenue is forecast at just over $106 million. But expenses are totaling over $109 million. They say the...

EUREKA- Emergency responders must be prepared at all times for those critical moments when lives are in jeopardy, and that’s what crews with Humboldt Bay Fire did on Friday during their victim rescue training.

Humboldt Bay Fire Platoon C trained at the old Norman’s Dry Cleaners building in Henderson Center in Eureka on Friday morning. Firefighters practiced entering buildings through...

EUREKA- The Board of Trustees approved the updated Comprehensive Safe Schools Plans for Eureka City Schools.

The plans provide protocols for emergencies ranging from a shooting to an airplane landing on a school.  This year’s changes include further implementation of school wide positive behavior programs and initiatives that teach students how they can improve the school climate.  The...

ARCATA - The first woman president at HSU, Lisa Rossbacher, has now won a California State University Trailblazer Award.

Rossbacher is one of six CSU presidents receiving the award, which honors women who are academic leaders that excel in groundbreaking achievements. Rossbacher, who became the seventh president at HSU in July 2014, has also served as President of Southern Poly-Tech...

NORTH COAST- Independent filmmakers in Del Norte County are currently working on a Bigfoot movie called “Primal Rage.”  But officials with the Humboldt-Del Norte Film Commission say this production is just part of a strong start to 2015.

So far this year, 12 film and TV productions have shown interest to the Commission about filming on the North Coast.  Last year, during the same time...

BLUE LAKE - Blue Lake is making plans to improve Powers Creek and a new pedestrian, equestrian and ADA accessible bridge is on the list.

The city has secured almost $300,000 in grants from the Habitat Conservation Fund and the Fish Action Council to improve Powers Creek.

Currently, pedestrians and equestrian riders walk along a dirt trail and cross through the muddy creek as easy...

ARCATA - Renovations to Rotary Park in Arcata are now underway after five years of raising funds for the project.

The park hasn't been updated since 1990 and in the 2010 Capital Improvement Project Plan; the park was addressed as needing dire help. Since then, the city, Sunrise Rotary and Arcata Rotary have contributed funds, along with gaining a California Housing Grant.

A new...

HUMBOLDT COUNTY - A $10,000 reward is being offered to anyone with information about a missing Louisiana man believed to be in Humboldt County.

Some family members think "Jeff Joseph's" disappearance is linked to foul play. Law enforcement says Joseph was employed in the marijuana industry and allegedly leased land in Eastern Humboldt for cultivation. Family believes he was last seen in...

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