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North Coast - Some beloved tourist destinations are closed as mother nature impacts the north coast.

Due to lingering weather conditions, state park officials say the Newton B. Drury Parkway and Elk Prairie Campground at Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park are closed along with Howland Road at Jedediah Smith State Park. Other closures include Fern Canyon and Gold Bluff’s Beach Campground...

MCKINILEYVILLE – Nor Cal Pet in McKinleyville expanded their pet adoption services to include communities that are filled beyond capacity. It’s in support of the pet rescue community at large.

Store officials said many communities south of Humboldt put down wonderful animals every day. In some cases, if an owner brings a pet to a shelter, sometimes that pet has 3-days to find a home...

EUREKA- Twenty-seven cadets are on their way to a career in law enforcement. On Thursday the 114th Basic Academy Class graduated at College of the Redwoods.

The graduation marks 6 months of emergency response training for the men and women. At the ceremony, several cadets were recognized with special honors for fitness, scholastics and other area achievements. Friends and...

ARCATA- A group of students are attempting to provide inspiration to striving artists. On Thursday, young artisans at Humboldt State University had a chance to sell their work for profit.

“Even if it's not your major, studio arts is not you major, I think it's a very approachable realm in life and I think really anybody could step into these doors and find something they love and be...

NORTH COAST- The storm that swept through the North Coast Wednesday night had an impact on air travel Thursday.

Flights to San Francisco from the Arcata Eureka Airport were delayed by several hours or canceled all together. Four of six departure flights were canceled Thursday. Two flight did make it out, but were delayed. Two flights from San Francisco to ACV were canceled.

The...

EUREKA- The Eureka Police Department has arrested the two suspects who allegedly fled a home, leaving an infant alone upstairs. Heroin, scales and a loaded syringe were also found in the home said law enforcement.

EPD's Pop Detectives were able to locate and arrest the two in a traffic stop Tuesday after 4:19 p.m.

Mingo Gaitan, 41, and Eleanor Bettes, 31, of Eureka were arrested...

EUREKA- A Eureka man has been arrested for burglary after the resident of the home allegedly caught him, chased him down the street and was able to detain him until police arrived.

The burglary happened on the 1600 block of 7th street. Eureka Police responded to the area after 4:13 p.m. Thursday.

The victim said he caught Chad Fraker, 26, in his home and said he recovered stolen...

EUREKA - A Eureka High School graduate is among a group picked as Time Magazine’s 2014 "Person of the Year".

The magazine chooses an individual or group each year, who they believe have made the biggest impact on the world and the news. This year, they chose a group they call the "Ebola Fighters".

Ella Watson-Stryker, a health educator for Doctors Without Borders, was among five...

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