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NORTH COAST - Chewing tobacco has been associated with baseball for many of years, but new legislation in California could change that. 

In an effort to protect the health of players and set an effective example for children, California assemblyman Tony Thurmond has introduced legislation for baseball to become tobacco free. Public health advocates and youth baseball players started the...

EUREKA - Eureka Police arrested a Trinidad man after a “shoulder tap operation” to combat underage drinking.

Arrested and released was 41-year old Shanon Dennis Korb. This past Saturday, a minor working with EPD, targeted several retail liquor and convenience stores. The minor indicated in some way he or she was underage and could not purchase the alcohol. Korb agreed to do it and will...

FORTUNA- Across the nation students are celebrating a legendary children's author. March 2 marks Dr. Suess's birthday, now recognized as Read Across America Day. In Fortuna, how else to honor the late Dr. Seuss than with green eggs and ham? Of course, like the book goes, not everyone was so thrilled.

"I don't' like green eggs or ham," Ambrosini Elementary Kindergartner Sarah said.

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FORTUNA- The Friendly City is cutting back it's hours. Starting Monday city hall will now be closed between 12 p.m. To 1 p.m. And end the day earlier 4 p.m.

"We've reached the breaking point to where we either have to hire staff or reduce services and this is actually a small reduction in services to the public," City Of Fortuna Finance Director Marie Essig said. "The window has been...

NORTH COAST - Nineteen graduates have recently made it through the Humboldt County Nurse-Family Partnership's 2.5 year program.

The program offers help to low-income mothers pregnant with their first child. Nurses are assigned to mothers less than 28 weeks pregnant and assist them until their child is two years old. The nurse helps the mother improve pregnancy outcomes by teaching...

RIO DELL - Big projects in Rio Dell will be discussed on Tuesday night's city council meeting. 

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MCKINLEYVILLE - After 13 years of working for the McKinleyville Union School District, Superintendent Michael Davies-Hughes will soon be making the move to Eureka.

Starting July 1st, Davies-Hughes will become the Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services at Eureka City Schools. He will oversee all educational programs and help implement their Local Control...

EUREKA- Cruise ships have not been to Humboldt Bay since “The World” visited in 2012.  Now, Humboldt County officials, Eureka City officials and Port of Humboldt Commissioners are working to bring them back. 

Cruise the West is a group of West Coast port authorities that recruit cruise lines.  The Port of Humboldt Bay is the newest member, and Cruise the West’s Vice President, Bruce...

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