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NORTH COAST- Recreational Dungeness crab season is set to open Saturday but before crab fishermen hit the water the U.S. Coast Guard is asking everyone to be cautious when out on the water, especially when the weather conditions could be hazardous to smaller boats.

Boatswain’s Mate First Class James Scott said, “This weekend we could potentially have a little bit of a stronger swell...

EUREKA- The woman accused of being involved in a hash oil explosion that landed her two-year-old son in the hospital appeared in court Friday afternoon. The judge released Andrea Ruiz-Guerrero, 19, to a supervisor release program, meaning she will be allowed out of jail but only under the supervision of a probation officer. 
 
Last month her alleged accomplice...
MCKINLEYVILLE- Caltrans released the name of the man who was hit while on the job Thursday in McKinleyville. According to Caltrans, Edward Holgersen was hit by a 1998 Cadillac driven by George Hurt, 84 of McKinleyville. CHP said Hurt was driving westbound approaching the Caltrans worker who was holding a "slow" sign while directing traffic for a bridge crew. Officers said Hurt failed to...

One man is dead after a vehicle accident on Highway 299, just West of Willow Creek. The call came in around 8pm Thursday evening. The California Highway Patrol tells us an elderly male was driving a Kia Forte westbound on 299, as the driver began to turn, his car traveled into the eastbound lane, crossed the double yellow lines, and hit a woman driving a Subaru. 

The man was trapped...

NORTH COAST- Students living in the Van Duzen watershed had the chance to explore their scientific curiosity outdoors on Wednesday thanks to a federal grant. 
 
"We kind of combine science and ecology and science in the arts,” said program Director Sal Steinberg.
 
Sal Steinberg has been teaching for nearly 35 years and is a part of an...
MCKINLEYVILLE- There was a house fire in McKinleyville Thursday night. Officials said a lit candle may be to blame for a teen’s second degree burns. Arcata fire said a woman and her teenage daughter fell asleep while leaving a candle burning next to a bedroom nightstand. The woman reportedly woke up to the sound of her fire alarm and noticed smoke in the house. Fire crews said the candle...
EUREKA- Students from a North Coast elementary school got into the spirit of Halloween today and showed off their costumes during a school-wide parade. It is a tradition at Washington Elementary School where kindergartens through fifth grade students dress up in their best costumes and parade around the school playground. Family and friends line up as the students pass by and at the end...

Two members of the Japanese consular offices visited Crescent City to thank the community for their efforts to send the Japanese boat that washed up on shores back to Japan.

 

The Deputy Consul General, Nobuhiro Watanabe, and Vice Consul, Takeshi Kurashina, both from the San Francisco consulate office were in Crescent City. While there they had lunch with the Crescent City Mayor...

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