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 EUREKA –Humboldt Deputy Sheriffs Organization (HDSO) is proud to announce its support for the Wounded Warrior Project with a donation of $500. HDSO...

The City of Arcata's contract with the Arcata Police Department is expected to be approved by the city council at Wednesday's meeting. The contract agreement between the city and the police association will provide staff with a salary increase over the next two years.

 

Under the negotiated terms a salary increase of 1.5 percent will start retroactively from July 1st of this year...

EUREKA- The man who allegedly stabbed a Hoopa woman and ran over a jogger in Freshwater on the same day was in court Wednesday. A Humboldt County judge granted a gag order for the defense representing Jason Warren.
 
He faces two counts of murder and two counts of attempted murder for allegedly stabbing and killing Dorothy Ulrich at her Hoopa home in November 2012...
WEAVERVILLE- Officials are trying to track down two teens that escaped from the Trinity County Juvenile Hall. According to the Trinity County Chief Probation Officer Terry Lee, the teenagers escaped around 8:30 p.m. Tuesday after scaling a perimeter fence in and outdoor recreation area. Lee said the two young men are 15 and 16 years old.
 
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On Wednesday, at approximately 4:30 a.m., the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office received a silent panic alarm from the McKinleyville 76 Gas Station and Mini Mart located at 2698 Central Avenue, McKinleyville.  Deputies responded to the scene and met with the store clerk. The clerk told the investigating deputy he was alone in the back of the store stocking the cooler when a man walked into the...

FORTUNA- The first-ever dog park slated to open this month in city of Fortuna has been delayed until October.
 
In June the city council voted unanimously to allow the Chamber of Commerce to build an off-leash dog park. It will sit on an acre of city property on Dinsmore Drive off of Highway 101. The chamber said they hope the new park will draw both locals and...
EUREKA- Governor Brown recently signed off on a new bill that would give crab fisherman more time to set their gear at the start of crab season. The existing law allows for a 36-hour gear setting period but the new bill instead will allow crab traps to be set and baited 64 hours prior to the opening date of the Dungeness Crab season. 
 
Officials said this would...
CRESCENT CITY- Water rates are set to increase in Crescent City. The City Council met Monday, and voted to increase rates by 60-percent.
 
However, before they move forward the council is required to hold a public meeting where residents can voice their opinion. According to the staff report, monthly water rates would increase by $3.79 in 2014, and continue to...

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