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EUREKA- Humboldt Bay Fire crews responded to a structure fire Monday morning in the 400 block of Broadway in Eureka. Power lines were down at the side of the building, PG&E was called in to make repairs. No one was inside the structure, and no injuries have been reported.  
 
 
 

The following is from the Humboldt County Sheriff's Department:

On Tuesday, at approximately 5:20 p.m., Benjamin Jasper Carter, 33 years old was booked into the Humboldt...

NORTH COAST- The Humboldt County Sheriff's Office is investigating an accidental shooting near Weitchpec that airlifted a 17-year-old with a gunshot wound to a Redding Hospital. Also, local artists open their doors for North Coast Open Studios. Plus, hundreds of kids participate in the Humboldt Tri-kid Triathlon. 

The following is from the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office:

On Saturday at approximately 2:45 PM, the Humboldt...

The HSU Natural History Museum in Arcata is back open after several month of remodeling in their new building.

It opened its doors at 10 Saturday morning and if the early in the day buzz is any indication, it’s going to be a huge success for museum lovers on the north coast. The opening was helped by a great deal of support. Redwood Capital Bank partnered with the museum and along with...

Citizens from all walks of life convened at Carson Park in Eureka for a ceremony at the Wall of Remembrance.  It was to honor those who have lost their lives in terrorist events since the Beirut Bombing in 1983 through the Boston Marathon Bombing last year. It was about being a veteran and although a lot of veterans were there, some people also showed up because they knew family or friends who...

Kneeland- Residents in Kneeland will be asked to approve a supplemental tax measure that will go toward funding services for their volunteer fire department on Tuesday.

Measure L would tax residents $80 per year for each improved parcel to fund increased costs and update equipment. $60 would be charged for unimproved parcels with the district's board able to approve a 1% maximum...