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EUREKA- Twenty-seven transient people wanted for a variety of crimes are now in custody after the Eureka Police Department and 11 other law enforcement agencies and City Departments conducted an enforcement operation in the Greenbelt area behind Bayshore Mall.

Officials searched nearly 100 tents and structures from behind the mall to the foot of Del Norte Street on Wednesday, looking...

NORTH COAST- Coast Guard Sector Humboldt Bay is in its second week of annual training. We got an inside look on how the air and boat station collaborate for evaluations.  

Coast guard pilots, flights mechanics and swimmers are evaluated on rescue operations with help from the boat station in Samoa.

“What we do initially is establish communications with the helicopter and they...

Every Monday night, people gather at the Moose Lodge for the weekly Friendship Club.  It is an evening of dancing and conversation for people over 50.  That is the only age requirement.  People who go there say it is an example of what has happened to social media these days, and the need we all have to converse directly with one another.  The club is open to all with a $4 admission charge and...

ARCATA - The 20th Anniversary of Godwit Days, kicked off Wednesday morning at the Arcata Community Center. 

With the theme, Warm Up Wednesday, Godwit participants were just warming up their binoculars for the first of five days in birding. The event celebrates the marbled godwit and other bird species that are migrating in the area. The day began with a field tour by 20 year...

ARCATA - the official ground breaking of Arcata’s Foster Avenue and Rails with Trails projects took place at Shay Park Wednesday afternoon. 

The ceremony began with a few words from Mayor Winkler and Public Works Director, Doby Class, noting that the project is almost 40 years in the making. City councilmembers then dug in their shovels for a moment of celebration. Foster Avenue will be...

LOLETA- This summer you may see something new when driving up Singley Road, two rows of solar panels and seventeen wind turbines. It's all part of a project making the Bear River Band of the Rohnerville Rancheria more self sufficient and eco-friendly.

The tribe is partnering with JLM Energy to construct the more than 400 thousand dollar project on the side of Singley Hill. The renewable...

EUREKA- A review of a June 2014 death in the Humboldt County Correctional Facility has concluded, with the district attorney's office finding no evidence of criminal conduct by law enforcement or correctional officers.

Investigators say an autopsy found that Daren Borges died from ingesting a toxic level of methamphetamine. He was arrested June 13, 2014 for public intoxication. He was...

ARCATA- A Southern California man was arrested Wednesday morning in Arcata for allegedly vandalizing the police station, then spitting in the face of the arresting officer.

Police say around 9 a.m. an officer was pulling into the parking lot of the police department when he saw 37 year old Joshua Eric Wilkes vandalizing city property and the back door of the department. As he was being...