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EUREKA- Eureka residents have the chance to learn how to help prevent crime in the city while working together.

The Eureka Police Department, along with Operation Safe Streets, will host a Neighborhood Watch Training session this weekend.  People who attend will learn how to safely participate in a neighborhood watch, how to form a group and the best ways to interact with people who...

NORTH COAST- The identity of the man who died following Friday's residential structure fire in Eureka is released.  Trinidad residents are asked to share their ideas for the city's short and long term goals at the first ever Goals and Priorities Workshop on Monday night.  Officials with the Eureka Police Department are giving residents some tips to use when calling 911.  In addition, the 28th...

The Sequoia Park Zoo's website is hacked by someone claiming to be ISIS. A Eureka man dies after falling from a ladder while battling a fire at his home. Manila Community Resource Center hosts a Cat in the Hat themed literacy fair. Hops for Humboldt gives out $36,000 worth of grants. Bowl for Kids Sake is raises funds for Big Brothers, Big Sisters. 

FORTUNA - A ten-term congressman was eulogized today in Fortuna celebrating a long-time career in public service.

Friends, family, colleagues and admirers said their final goodbyes to Don Clausen, a champion for the north coast.  Colleagues said Clausen was all about duty, honor and country.

A five sport star at Ferndale High, he even was the drum major for the school band and...

EUREKA - Law enforcement is asking the public’s help in locating a runaway 14-year old female missing since March 3.

Aicelynd Massey had permission to stay at a friend’s house Monday night but never showed up for school the next day. She has not been heard from since. Massey is described as a white female, 5’6” tall, 130-pounds with brown eyes and brown hair.

It is believed she...

ARCATA - HSU’S Multicultural Program kicks off it's two day Social Justice Summit.

"The Social Justice Summit highlights social justice activism and work and education; on campus, in the community, across the nation and worldwide," said HSU Social Justice Program Coordinator, Mona Mazzotti.

The 21st annual event focuses on intersectional analysis being imperative for social...

RIO DELL - Rio Dell is seeking city wide upgrades and the city engineer has received approval from council to continue with two big projects.

The Metropolitan Wells Project will help alleviate drought impacts and assist local agencies to meet long-term water supply needs. It will now move into preliminary design phase and environmental planning.

The second project, the Active...

MCKINLEYVILLE - The United States District Court for the Northern District of California has officially made it's new home in McKinleyville.

A dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony was held this morning at the new courthouse on Boeing Avenue. Speakers gave recognition to numerous federal officials, building officials and the planning department. The ribbon was cut by Chief Judge of the...