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EUREKA- The historic peace vessel, the Golden Rule is setting sail once again, for a nuclear free world.

Thursday afternoon, the 30-foot boat and its four-person crew, embarked on a voyage to San Diego. Things were temporarily halted however, when she was grounded after hitting low tide. A tugboat came in to help out and she was off. A five year restoration on the boat was completed...

CRESCENT CITY- Del Norte county residents had the chance to grab lunch and catch up with local law enforcement Thursday.

It was part of the second ever 'Lunch with the Law', Del Norte county's new monthly community outreach initiative held at the First 5 Del Norte family Resource Center. There residents could talk with Crescent City Police Chief Ivan Minsal, Sheriff Erik Apperson, and...

EUREKA- The Eureka Police Department hosted it's 6th “Coffee with the Captains” Thursday morning at Marie Callender’s Restaurant and Bakery.

"Getting the opportunity to meet our neighbors and to unite as a community only brings a greater sense of quality of life and joy to our community," said Jeannie Breslin, who is a Eureka resident.

Both Police Captains and a Police Officer...

EUREKA- Federal Highway Administration and Caltrans officials gathered in Eureka on Thursday to honor Caltrans workers who have served the state for decades.

"Years of service serving the people of California and this area is just awesome and for me to be here and to be able to help bring that celebration to life, I'm very proud to do that," said Mike Duman, the Chief Operating Officer...

FORTUNA- The Fortuna Police Department's new computer aided dispatch and records management system went 'live' Thursday.

The city council authorized the update in November 2014. It comes after the eureka police department upgraded it's records management server. Because Fortuna and Arcata Police Departments functioned off of Eureka's server, the upgrade forced the two departments to...

HUMBOLDT COUNTY- Hazardous materials specialists were called out to State Route 36 Wednesday after a logging truck overturned, spilling nearly 50 gallons of diesel on the shoulder of the roadway.

It happened just before 3:30 p.m. The California Highway Patrol says Ben Allen Bray, 57, of Arcata was driving the semi truck with a fully loaded log dolly westbound near Grizzly Creek State...

WILLITS- Caltrans has achieved what they call “a major milestone” in the Willits Bypass Project.

At about noon on Thursday, crews finished pouring concrete for the mile-long viaduct. Now, the agency must construct expansion joints and finish paving the site before the project is complete.  The expected completion date is still fall of next year, even though part of the viaduct...

KLAMATH RIVER- Yurok Fisheries crews conducting routine fish disease monitoring have found that salmon in the Klamath River on the Yurok Reservation are infected with a potentially deadly disease.  Ichthyophthirius multifiliis, which is known as ich, is capable of causing large fish kill events, and was the primary pathogen in the 2002 fish kill in the Klamath River that killed over 35,000...