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ARCATA- A Eureka man has been arrested for allegedly robbing a man on the street in downtown Arcata. The man allegedly forced the victim to hand over his wallet and checkbook on the corner of 10th and G Street Wednesday at around 4 p.m.

Damien David Dunn, 32, was arrested two hours after the incident in McKinleyville. Police were able to identify him by reviewing surveillance footage of...

ARCATA- The Arcata City Council voted last night to get rid of the original location for the downtown public restroom and are now considering two other locations. The council is considering two locations on the 700 block of 8th street one on each side of Veterans Memorial Park.

The city voted unanimously Wednesday night, with Alex Stillman abstaining, to direct staff to review the two...

CRESCENT CITY- The Crescent City Police Department is investigating a stabbing that took place on Tuesday night. 
 
Police said they were dispatched to a fight in the parking lot near 7th and E Streets. When police arrived on scene they followed a trail of blood to a nearby apartment complex. Upon investigating authorities found the victim, Domonique Gonzales....

EUREKA- Rows and rows of new products created by 6th grade Freshwater Elementary students lined the gym Wednesday night for the schools Invention Convention. Every student is required to build, design and create a unique product for their class.

It is the second year 6th graders in Kylah Rush's class have been working on the project. Rush said it gives students a chance to use their...

EUREKA- The Superintendent of Eureka City Schools, Fred Vlan Vleck, says success isn’t just about results, it’s also about the road you have to take in order to achieve a goal. 

This morning there was a breakfast honoring students from Eureka City Schools who have overcome large obstacles in order to succeed in school.  The first ever every student succeeding breakfast was held at the...

ARCATA- Students of the Arcata Art Institute will help teach art classes to the community for Family Art Night Thursday night. Students will teach a variety of art classes to help educate the community and teachers about how art can be used in classrooms.

Every student teacher created their own lesson plans to teach the class and have been practicing for the night in class. The art...

EUREKA- Christian John Kay, the 18-year-old Eureka High School student who plead “not guilty” to allegedly using a pellet gun to injure two fellow students back in November, had his preliminary hearing pushed back for a second time today in court. 

The judge told Kay’s attorney they could start the preliminary hearing Thursday but it would have to be continued Friday.  When Kay’s...

EUREKA- Christian John Kay, the 18-year-old Eureka High School student who plead “not guilty” to allegedly using a pellet gun to injure two fellow students back in November, had his preliminary hearing pushed back for a second time today in court. 

The judge told Kay’s attorney they could start the preliminary hearing Thursday but it would have to be continued Friday.  When Kay’s...

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