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The city of Fortuna is looking for your help in finishing the design for the Strong’s Creek Bike and Pedestrian trail.

The trail is part of Fortuna’s John Campbell Memorial Greenway. In 2013, property owners and stake holder’s groups met in a series of meetings and an initial design fair. A public review of the draft master plan has been released.

Initial stages of the proposed...

EUREKA- In a packed court room, a Humboldt County Judge threw out the plea deal for the three suspects in the fatal stabbing of a 50-year-old Arcata man. The judge dismissed all three deals that the suspects and the Humboldt County District Attorney's Office had previously agreed on.

Judge Joyce Hinrichs said she had arrived at the decision after public interest and criticism over the...

ARCATA- Students led a campus tour for the next Humboldt State University President on Thursday. Dr. Lisa Rossbacher is in town visiting the campus and meeting with students. The California State University's Board of Trustees announced the new president tow weeks ago in Long Beach, Calif.

"It's been wonderful to be back and under these circumstances," said Rossbacher.


KLAMATH- The following are the unofficial results for the Yurok Tribal Special Elections that were held on April 2nd.

Trish A. Carlson                        28                   11.48%

Linda K. Cooley                         26                   10.66%

Gerald Green                             50                   20.49%

Gary Markussen, Sr.                 34...

ARCATA- Students at Arcata High School had the chance to witness the reality of drinking and driving.

On Thursday, the student body at Arcata High School witnessed a simulation of some of their classmates dying in a fatal DUI crash.

"The hope is that we educate students to hold each other accountable, to make wise choices, as a result, it's going to make a safer community," said...

EUREKA- A project designed to upgrade Eureka’s overall water system has been halted.  The contractors say city officials did not provide accurate information to them before they began working.

Apex, an Oregon-based company, was hired as the general contractor for a portion of the multi-million dollar Martin Slough Interceptor Project. The purpose is to provide horizontal directional...

From the California Highway Patrol: 
Sacramento, CA – In an effort to save lives and eliminate dangerous behind-the-wheel distractions like talking, texting, or browsing on a cell phone, the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS), California Highway Patrol (CHP), and more than 200 law enforcement agencies across the state today announced high visibility...

EUREKA- Russian healthcare professionals have traveled across the county to learn how to integrate children with disabilities into their educational systems. The team will train for the next seven days in order to learn different programs, services and laws that help disabled students in the classroom.

"[We are here] to help [our disabled children] go to regular school," said Maria...