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CRESCENT CITY - A new pedestrian hybrid beacon is up and running in Crescent City. The first of it's kind on the North Coast.

The beacon, also known as a high intensity activated crosswalk or HAWK was installed at a heavy traffic area on highway 101 in north Crescent City. Caltrans chose to install the HAWK system as a safety measure after several pedestrian injuries, including one...

CRESCENT CITY - “One thing leads to another” was the theme Friday, at the Crescent City - Del Norte County 12th Annual Economic Summit.

The event promotes community and business interaction, for a healthy economic future. Special presentations included the Del Norte County Airport and it’s new flights, real estate on the rise, Highway 199 updates and education. State senator...

GARBERVILLE- A Garberville retail employee was struck by a vehicle Thursday afternoon during a burglary at the boot leg store.

The employee, Julian Pree, says a woman cut the belt loops of three pairs of pants hanging with wire on a display rack outside store. She then entered a gold, mid-90's Nissan Sentra driven by a man. Pree says he stood in front of the vehicle to stop the suspects...

EUREKA- Seventy-one percent of California 4 year olds are not enrolled in a preschool program according to a new study by the U.S. Department of Education.

The study found that about 60 percent, or nearly 2.5 million children across the u-s are not enrolled in a preschool program. according to the study, Latinos have the lowest preschool participation rate of any major ethnicity with...

CRESCENT CITY - After seals were set loose during a break-in this past weekend at the North Coast Marine Mammal Center, crews are moving forward, focusing on rehabilitation.

The center is working to get a variety of rescued seals, healthy and released back out to sea; including two California sea lions that have just progressed to eating fish, and a pacific harbor seal, found by the...

EUREKA- The Humboldt County Department of Health and Human Services is weighing in on the controversial bill that would ban child vaccine exemptions.

The bill would require that all students entering California schools are vaccinated unless they have a medical condition that requires otherwise. The bill cleared it’s first hurdle Wednesday and was passed by the Senate Health Committee....

TRINIDAD- The Dry Lagoon Campground at the Humboldt Lagoons State Park may be reopened as early as Memorial Day.

The two campgrounds at the state park in Trinidad closed in 2012 due to budget cuts. Last May, the Stone Lagoon Boat-In Campground was reopened with donations. Now, efforts are underway to reopen the Dry Lagoon. Those who are trying to reopen the campsite say it’s a place...

McKinleyville- The McKinleyville Community Services District says it may have to cut water usage by 20 percent.

This comes following Governor Jerry Brown’s executive order mandated last week requiring a 25 percent reduction from all water providers in California.

The McKinleyville Community Services District says in 2012 their usage was cut by 19 percent. The district however, is...