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A McKinleyville home was left unscathed Tuesday thanks to the Arcata Fire District's quick response, knocking down an early morning garage fire.

 

Just after 3, residents reported heavy smoke and within minutes fire units arrived to the 1200 block of Hiller Road.

 

There was a fire was burning inside of a three car detached garage near the rear of a residence. Crews...

HOOPA - Hoopa Valley was without a tribal police chief over the very eventful weekend as Robert Kane resigned after 20 years of service this last Friday. A Shooting with several victims and a separate incident where unknown remains found kept authorities busy.

Ed Guyer was appointed to take Kane's place by the tribal council. He will serve as interim until a permanent chief has been...

DEL NORTE- Two Grants Pass, Oregon residents were transported to the hospital with major injuries after a crash on Highway 199.

CHP says just before 11 Monday morning, 19-year old Donavan Teague was driving a 1998 Honda Accord and rounding a left hand turn near Hardscrabble Creek. For unknown reasons, Teague’s vehicle drove off the roadway, crashed into a rock embankment, crossed over...

NORTH COAST - Two celebrity eagles who garner attention from all over the US have added to their brood here on the North Coast.

A second egg has now been laid and mother and father are tenderly taking care to keep the eggs warm. Those eggs usually take around thirty five days to hatch.

The two eagles have been on the North Coast since 2006. Today, the camera caught a changing of...

BLUE LAKE - The Trees Foundation and the city of Blue Lake are looking to the state for funding, towards a project to improve the salmon and steelhead habitat at Powers Creek.

At a February City Council meeting, a Blue Lake resident proposed applying for a California Fish and Wildlife Grant to restore Powers Creek. The grant would fund the process of restoring a functioning channel to...

GARBERVILLE- A man was arrested Sunday after law enforcement found 15 lbs of marijuana, 2.4 grams of methamphetamine and other drug related items during a search.

Dennis Hicks was arrested in the Ray's Food Place parking lot in Garberville around 11:50 a.m. According to the sheriff's office,  Hicks was on probation with a search clause. A sergeant located the meth while searching Hicks...

BLUE LAKE - the Blue Lake Rancheria recently received two dual electric vehicle charging stations and now one at city hall is on the way.

The Redwood Coast Energy Authority received a $30,000 grant from the California Energy Commission for energy efficient development in the Mad River area. The RCEA has teamed up with the Blue Lake community and Rancheria on it’s Re-Power Humboldt...

GARBERVILLE- Three months since starting his new position in Southern Humboldt, Sheriff's Sergeant Jesse Taylor is leading a crack down on drugs and crime.

In the past month the sheriff's office and the drug task force have been focusing on cutting down drug use in Garberville and Redway. Earlier this month, arresting eight in a maximum enforcement sweep. Citizen complaints and two town...