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EUREKA- A new community garden will soon be open for the public at Redwood Acres.

The garden has been under construction since February and is funded in part through donations from local businesses and a $300,000 dollar snap ed grant from the USDA. Today, Redwood Acres officials say it is almost ready for the public. They plan to have an official opening September 7th from 10 am to 2 pm...

EUREKA- A man is arrested after allegedly being caught sitting in a stranger’s vehicle in Eureka.

Police responded to the 2600 of K Street just after 7 a.m. on Friday morning. A woman told authorities she saw a man in her vehicle, after the windows were left open, and that her boyfriend was now chasing him.  Officers responded to the area and found the suspect, 29-year-old Chad Fraker,...

HOOPA- EPA lab results show that Hoopa Valley drinking water is safe from toxins associated with blue-green algae.

According to the Hoopa Valley Tribe, the algae was found on August 24th in the Trinity River in Hoopa. The tribe issued a health advisory to the community, warning them about going into the river. That advisory is now lifted.

Tests were conducted on the water, before...

WILLOW CREEK- The community of Willow Creek is preparing for this weekend's Bigfoot Days celebration.

The event will get its start right in the middle of town, where the parade will zip  through Main Street.

Following the parade, festivities will move down to Veteran's Park where the action of the day will continue. Food and craft booths, apple bobbing and even a lawn mower race...

The following is from the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office:

On June 5th, the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office was contacted by the United States Department of Homeland Security ( D.H.S.) regarding Child Pornography being uploaded. A Sheriff’s Office Detective was assigned to the case and worked with the D.H.S. Cybercrimes unit. The D.H.S. Agents told the Detective they were contacted by...

Klamath - The Department of Fish and Wildlife has advised of an impending closure of the Klamath River spit fishery beginning September 1st.

Sub quota’s for adult Chinook salmon will have been met by sundown, August 31st. This triggers a closure of the spit within 100-yards of the mouth of the Klamath the following morning.

Once all quotas have been met,...

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...

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