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SACRAMENTO- The Bureau of Reclamation has released additional water to support salmon fish health in the lower Klamath River.

On Monday, testing revealed that Chinook Salmon were found with the disease Ich, a precursor to what caused the fish kill back in 2002.

Flows have been doubled from the Lewiston Dam starting at 10 am Tuesday morning. They will remain this way for the next...

ARCATA - The city of Arcata has been awarded the “Flood Management Project of the Year” for its McDaniel Slough Wetland Project.

The McDaniel Slough Wetland Enhancement Project has been in the works for some time.

“This project is a long time partnership between the city of Arcata and the department of fish and wildlife. We've been working jointly on this for over a decade to...

NORTH COAST- The warmer temperatures on the North Coast are bringing more squid into our area and thresher sharks.

The California Fish and Wildlife office in Eureka has received several reports of these sharks on the North Coast. They typically don't come this far north, but are most likely following the squid population.

There have been no documented attacks on humans, but the...

CRESCENT CITY - Crescent City Police responded to shots fired outside a party Monday night that sent one person to the hospital. The officers were told three or four suspects pulled up to a party in a white vehicle and a fight broke out on the sidewalk. During the fight, one suspect pulled a gun from the vehicle and fired. A 19-year-old male was hit in the leg and taken to a local hospital...

EUREKA- Marijuana, weed, pot, cannabis, whatever you call it, come 2016 it might be on the ballot. Monday Humboldt County leaders and growers talked legalization and what “green gold” might mean for our future.

Likened to the days of prohibition, attendees to the Eureka Rotary Club’s weekly meeting were asked to look at marijuana with an open mind.

“We had to go through that,...

FERNDALE- At a special Ferndale City Council meeting on Wednesday, the council could decide on the fate of an old barn located in a parking lot off Main Street.

The Nilsen Barn was built in 1902 and was originally used to hold farm supplies for the Nilsen Family Business, which eventually left the property.  In 2007, most of the facility burned down, leaving just one small barn.

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CALIFORNIA- A new law designed to make biking safer along roads in California is now in effect.

Starting on Tuesday, as part of the new "Bike Buffer Law," motorists passing bicyclists on the road must allow three feet of space in between them and the bike.  If three feet is not available, drivers must slow to a safe speed and pass when no danger is present.  Violators will be punished...

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

On Monday at about 9 a.m. the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office Drug Enforcement Unit served a Humboldt County Superior Court search warrant on a parcel of land on Salmon Creek Road. At that location Deputies located (5) five large greenhouse with growing marijuana. The (2) two larger commercial size greenhouse measure 200 ft....

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