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WILLOW CREEK- A pedestrian is killed in Willow Creek when he is struck by a pickup truck, which officers say fled the scene.

Just after 10 p.m. Saturday night, officers with the California Highway Patrol responded to a report of a vehicle striking a pedestrian on State Route 299, east of Roth Road.  The victim was dead when officers arrived. Authorities determined the driver of the...

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NORTH COAST- The Eureka Police Department continues to investigate a stabbing which resulted in two people going to the hospital.  Plus, it was the 19th annual...

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The US Fish and Wildlife Department has concerns over the Humboldt Marten, a solitary animal related to badgers, weasels and the mink. The concern is for their numbers and whether or not they should go on the endangered species list.

Wildlife officials say they want to open up a twelve-month information collection period to add to a first step study that was completed in 2010 and hinted...

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Brookings, Oregon - A landmark park and tourist attraction in Brookings is set to close for an extended period of time.

Chetco Park, blessed with one of the most spectacular vistas on the west coast will be closing down from Monday, June 23 through Friday, October 17 for major construction stabilizing a wastewater treatment plant slope project. The work is necessary to protect the...

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EUREKA- The Best of Humboldt Fair continued Friday at Redwood Acres with stock car races and quad wars. But those weren’t the only events at the fair worth noting.

"We have Nature Joe, we have Thank a Farmer, we have a Nascar simulator,” said Redwood Acres CEO Cindy Bedingfield. “Live music, we have local bands, we have food and we have beer.”

Along with those activities,...

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FORTUNA- Fortuna City Council and Rodeo Association members met Thursday night in Rohner Park for a friendly game of bocce ball.

The bocce court was dedicated eight months ago by the city and has since been used in several tournaments.

“Right now people can come out and they can use the courts. They can even get the bocce balls from our park office during the daytime as long as...

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EUREKA- A stabbing took place in Eureka early Friday morning, sending two people to Saint Joseph Hospital.

Just after 5 a.m., officers with the Eureka Police Department responded to an apartment on the 2900 block of California Street following a report of a possible stabbing. Officers found a man and woman outside the building, both of whom had stab wounds. The male victim is 36-year-...

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Governor Brown signed the 2014/2015 budget on Friday, which includes keeping a school agriculture grant that was left out of the original proposed budget.

The Agriculture Incentive Grant will continue to fund agriculture departments in California schools for at least the next school year. The grant provides more than $4 million to school Agriculture Departments. Educators say without...

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