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EUREKA- As the preliminary hearing for double-homicide suspect Jason Warren wraps up we learned today that he would be held to answer on murder charges.
After four days of testimony the judge found circumstantial evidence tying Warren to two separate homicides last Sept. The first one of Hoopa woman Dorothy Ulrich, who was found inside of her home and heard on...
NORTH COAST- It is the busiest mailing season of the year and deputies say everyone should be extra cautious of thieves,
"Theft in mail is a common occurrence unfortunately and it happens year around, however during the holiday season we see an increase."
It has already hit two neighborhoods this past weekend in Humboldt County,...
From the California Highway Patrol:
On 12/16/2013, at approximately 2:00 a.m., Mr. Michael Horn was driving a 2002 Subaru southbound on Ronald Avenue.  Due to Mr. Horns level of intoxication, Mr. Horn failed to stop at the posted stop sign at the intersection with Drake Hill Road.  The Subaru traveled through the intersection and collided head-on into a dirt...
From the California Highway Patrol:
On Sunday, December 15, 2013, at approximately 7:30 p.m., Ivetta Mkrtichian, of Paia, Hawaii was driving her Chevrolet Tahoe SUV, northbound on Alderpoint road, north of Blocksburg.  For reasons still under investigation, while traveling on a straight portion of road with a slight incline, the SUV rotated clockwise and...

Several North Coast roads will see improvements for pedestrians in the near future. Plus, the 34th annual KEKA Country Trucker's Christmas parade takes over the streets of Eureka.

Fresh crab hits the North Coast after being delayed almost two weeks due to a price dispute. Plus, Humboldt County’s first ever off-leash, fenced dog park opens its gates to the public.

New developments on a story we featured last week on News Channel 3. FEMA, who denied Governor Brown and the State of California disaster relief funds for the Rim Fire that wreaked so much damage in 3-counties, has now reconsidered.

Governor Brown had made the original request back in October of 2013. When FEMA denied funds shortly after that, Governor Brown appealed the decision to...

Thieves broke into a church in Garberville, damaged the church property and stole a cash box.

The Humboldt County Sheriff’s office says the break in occurred sometime between Thursday, December 12th at 4 PM and Friday, December 13th at 7:45 AM. Unknown subjects broke into the church by prying open a back door. They rummaged through and damaged church property and...