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FORTUNA- Fortuna Police Department will soon be getting new software designed to make police response and reporting more efficient.

On Monday the city council approved a contract with Sunridge Incorporated for a $217,000 software upgrade. In the next six months the police department will transition into a new computer aided dispatch and records management system called RIMS. The...

EUREKA- The Eureka Police Department continues to investigate a homicide that took place over the weekend.

Twenty-two-year-old Eureka resident Casey Campbell was shot and killed near the intersection of 15th Street and Williams Street early Saturday morning. Police are following up on leads but have not named a suspect at this time. The Eureka Police Chief says the shooting...

EUREKA- Traffic collisions are the leading cause of death for teenagers in the United States. On Tuesday, an assembly was held at Eureka High School designed to spread awareness about the dangers of reckless and distracted driving. 

Members of the California Highway Patrol, the Eureka Police Department and Caltrans spoke at the Impact Teen Drivers Assembly. Officials talked to kids...

EUREKA - The homeless will have much needed help during colder weather as a conditional shelter has just been activated for 2014. Eureka’s “Extreme Weather Winter Shelter” will be available now through March. The shelter is a collaboration between the Eureka Rescue Mission, Redwood Teen Challenge, St. Vincent de Paul, the National Weather Service, Eureka Main Street and the City of Eureka...

Most high school sports have already started the NCS Playoffs, except for Cross Country. That meet will be this Saturday. Two weekend’s ago, the Arcata Tigers swept the HDN Championships. News Channel 3’s Chet Davis presents our Sporting Youth of the week. Arcata Cross Country.

EUREKA- A Christmas tradition and the Salvation Army’s biggest fundraiser of the year begins this week, but organizers say they need your help.

Volunteers are needed for the Salvation Army's annual Kettle Drive. The bell ringing campaign begins on Thursday in Eureka, with 20 more locations across Humboldt County beginning November 28. This year the kettle drive will be present in areas...

MCKINLEYVILLE- Crime in the unincorporated areas has caused citizens across Humboldt County to take action, but one new organization is changing the meaning of a neighborhood watch.

“You can see headlines every day of break-ins and trespassing, and property crime and it's taken away our property values, it's dangerous for our kids and it's making people not want to move here and that's...

EUREKA - In light of Saturday morning’s homicide and other crimes involving firearms, plus the onset of this years hunting season, we’ve taken a closer look at guns.

Both guns involved in crime but also guns owned legally.

It’s a tricky topic. Owning a gun is part of our constitution. It’s a fundamental right. And for many, an integral part of life.

There are legitimate...

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