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SOUTHERN HUMBOLDT- Law enforcement has eradicated more than 3,000 marijuana plants in Southern Humboldt over the past two days.

The Humboldt County Sheriff's Office says deputies arrested two illegal Hispanic males Tuesday for marijuana cultivation and weapons violations on BLM property. The men were allegedly found armed with two handguns and a rifle on a illegal marijuana grow site in...

HOOPA- The battle over water continues as the Hoopa Valley Tribe is awaiting a judge’s ruling that could place a temporary halt on extra water releases into the Trinity River.

San Luis & Delta-Mendota Water Authority and Westlands Water District have filed a lawsuit and have requested the Bureau of Reclamation to halt future water releases. At issue is water in a reservoir on the...

KLAMATH- Construction will soon get underway on the Yurok Tribe's Klamath Gateway Project.

With a one-million-dollar price tag, Klamath Boulevard will have sidewalks, solar lighting, grass medians and new landscaping. The Yurok Tribe’s Travel Transportation Department is funding the project along with contributions from Del Norte County. To date, the Yurok Tribe has invested more than...

HOOPA- Despite the recent smoky conditions, it’s back to school Wednesday for students at the Klamath-Trinity Joint Unified School District.

According to Superintendent, Jon Ray, all classrooms, student centers and cafeterias will have HEPA air filters running. We’re also told there will not be outdoor recess or P.E. The North Coast Unified Air Quality Management District says Tuesday’s...

SOUTHERN HUMBOLDT - The Horse Fire,  north of Shelter Cove is still a challenge to firefighters.

The blaze started last Tuesday morning from an unknown cause. So far it has burned 146-acres and is 75% contained. Nearly 930 firefighters are on scene.  . The remote location, very steep and rugged terrain makes fighting this fire a difficult proposition. Fire behavior continues to be...

HUMBOLDT/TRINITY COUNTIES - Some good news to report regarding smoky conditions in the Hoopa Valley.

Officials say for the most part heavy smoke has dissipated and moderate conditions have replaced the hazardous conditions set forth this past Friday. Three areas remain classified as unhealthy. They include: Happy Camp, the Mad River/Dinsmore areas and Hyampom.

Some areas like...

FIELDBROOK - An alleged self-inflicted shooting with little cooperation from the victim has law enforcement looking for answers.

Sheriff’s Deputies responded to Davenport Lane in Fieldbrook around 10:30 Sunday morning. The victim told deputies he accidentally shot himself with a small caliber handgun but no weapon was found in the location of the incident. He is not cooperating with...

DEL NORTE COUNTY - Two Brookings, Oregon residents sustained major injuries after a solo vehicle crash in Del Norte County.

Just before 9 pm Sunday, 32-year old, Kenneth Witherby, was driving a 2006 Mazda sedan northbound on Highway 101 near Wilson Lane South of Smith River. For an unknown reason, the vehicle went off the roadway and overturned in a ditch. Witherby and his passenger, 23...