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FORTUNA- Plans are moving forward for a new police station in Fortuna, but it still could be years before the facility is completed.

"The facility that we're in is 23 hundred square feet, very small for a police facility," Chief of Police Bill Dobberstein said.  "We have 24 employees plus a whole range of volunteers that work here and we're looking to expand. This facility was built in...

EUREKA- The Eureka Police Department is searching for a suspect involved in a multi-vehicle hit and run accident.

Just before 11:30 p.m. on Sunday, residents on the 1700 block of 14th Street woke up to the sound of a crash outside.  Residents report seeing a dark colored vehicle hit one car and then slam into a Chevy truck, pushing it about 15 feet into a telephone pole....

EUREKA- Humboldt Bay Fire is planning to improve its wildland fire fighting capabilities with a new engine.

Fire officials are requesting to purchase a new engine at the Humboldt Bay Fire Board of Director’s meeting on Thursday.  The Type 3 Wildland Fire Engine currently belongs to the Pinole Fire Department and costs about $15,000. Humboldt Bay Fire already has one of these engines at...

WILLITS- If you're planning on traveling through Willits in the next three days, prepare to experience delays of up to 15 minutes.

Beginning on Wednesday morning, Caltrans will begin paving quarter-mile-long sections on Highway 101 between Mendocino Avenue and Sherwood road. Paving will take place between 5:30 a.m. and noon from Wednesday through Friday. Traffic will be restricted to...

EUREKA - A male deceased body was discovered at Indian Island just after 3 this afternoon. 

Because of its remote location, law enforcement had to take a boat to the island to recover the body.




Dale Bridges is volunteer extraordinaire at Alice Birney Elementary School in Eureka.  Retired from the California Forest Service, Bridges volunteers at Alice Birney School and has helped his Kiwanis Club furnish playground equjipment for the school.  The children have come to regard him as their grandfather.

KLAMATH RIVER - The Department of Fish and Wildlife Commission is considering several adjustments to fishing regulations for the Klamath/Trinity watersheds.

The Yurok Tribe has proposed changes which would have significant impact on recreational fishing. One of several suggestions is to close Blue Creek below the confluence from September 15th through December 31st...

TRINITY RIVER - Three men were rescued after their boat flipped over on the Trinity River.

Around 3 this afternoon, emergency personnel were called to the banks of the Trinity after a boat carrying three man capsized. The occupants, in their 40’s were able to swim to safety.

CalFire and Hoopa Fire were on scene. Salyer Fire was called in to aid with the rescue with their hover...