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NORTH COAST- Independent filmmakers in Del Norte County are currently working on a Bigfoot movie called “Primal Rage.”  But officials with the Humboldt-Del Norte Film Commission say this production is just part of a strong start to 2015.

So far this year, 12 film and TV productions have shown interest to the Commission about filming on the North Coast.  Last year, during the same time...

BLUE LAKE - Blue Lake is making plans to improve Powers Creek and a new pedestrian, equestrian and ADA accessible bridge is on the list.

The city has secured almost $300,000 in grants from the Habitat Conservation Fund and the Fish Action Council to improve Powers Creek.

Currently, pedestrians and equestrian riders walk along a dirt trail and cross through the muddy creek as easy...

ARCATA - Renovations to Rotary Park in Arcata are now underway after five years of raising funds for the project.

The park hasn't been updated since 1990 and in the 2010 Capital Improvement Project Plan; the park was addressed as needing dire help. Since then, the city, Sunrise Rotary and Arcata Rotary have contributed funds, along with gaining a California Housing Grant.

A new...

HUMBOLDT COUNTY - A $10,000 reward is being offered to anyone with information about a missing Louisiana man believed to be in Humboldt County.

Some family members think "Jeff Joseph's" disappearance is linked to foul play. Law enforcement says Joseph was employed in the marijuana industry and allegedly leased land in Eastern Humboldt for cultivation. Family believes he was last seen in...

EUREKA- Supporters of net neutrality are celebrating. The federal communications commission voted to adopt new rules to reclassify the internet as a Title II public utility.

The rules will help keep the internet open, banning providers from creating fast lanes and charging bandwidth heavy customers like Netflix for better access speeds. The rules also prevent providers from blocking or...

CUTTEN- The only bobsled team in Northern California showed off their skills Thursday as part of Glen Paul school's annual bobsled races.

"I needed to have something for my students so that they could participate on equal footing," Special Day Teacher Michael Hart said. "So the idea was like okay people who are in wheel chairs, how can I do that? And then the idea came to me it was like...

EUREKA- Gas prices on the North Coast surged Thursday morning with some stations raising prices 30 cents per gallon.

Representatives with Gas Buddy say the rise at the pumps is thanks to a perfect storm. Refineries are switching over to a summer blend that is more expensive to make. Meanwhile, refineries in the San Francisco area have been experiencing maintenance issues and labor...

EUREKA- There have been two weapons related crimes at the Bayshore Mall in three days, but the Eureka Police Captain says shoppers are not in danger.
 
On Monday, 26-year-old Eureka resident Cayla Tatum allegedly stabbed an employee at Bayshore Mall after chasing her from business to business. The victim received non-life threatening injuries.
 
"That's an unusual type...

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