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HUMBOLDT COUNTY- Wednesday’s rainstorm brought a record 2.59 inches of rain to Eureka, with some areas in the region reaching up to three inches by nightfall.

With the fall storm came aid for the Eel River, where sections of the river have become disconnected in the past month because of the statewide drought.

According to the Friends of the Eel River, the low flow levels have...

CRESCENT CITY - Sutter Coast Hospital is working with the state to change its hospital status and it’s causing some tension in the community. The hospital is currently an acute care hospital offering 49 beds but it is looking to downsize to a critical access hospital offering 25 beds.

For Sutter Coast, changing its status to critical access is a wise investment. The change would...

EUREKA- The Eureka Police Department unveiled its “Eureka’s Most Wanted” poster on the EPD Facebook page back in February and officials say it’s been a success so far. 

On Tuesday, a member of “Eureka’s Most Wanted” was arrested following a traffic stop near the 1100 block of G Street. Twenty-seven-year-old Eureka resident Sarah Lott was booked on felony warrants for burglary and...

EUREKA- Some of Hollywood’s top location scouts, who have worked on projects including The Aviator and House, were on the North Coast getting an up close look at what the region has to offer.

For the past nine months, the Humboldt Del Norte Film Commission has been working to raise money for the FAM tours, which stands for familiarity tours. Thanks to community and...

TRINITY COUNTY- The recent rain fall has helped contain the Happy Camp Complex fire in Trinity County that has been burning since mid August.

According to officials, rain fell over the entire fire area Wednesday, with some areas receiving up to two inches of rain fall.

Thursday, fire crews looked for trees and debris that could have fallen over the containment line in the storm....

MCKINLEYVILLE- The McKinleyville Safety Project for Central Avenue is closer to it's final design phase after Wednesday's public workshop.

Community members, business owners and county officials met to discuss what they want the $800,000 dollar grant to be used for.

About 30 community members came to the meeting at Azalea Hall. There the county presented around 20 ideas of what...

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

On Wednesday, at approximately 2:30 a.m., the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 transfer from the California Highway Patrol regarding an assault with a firearm that just occurred. The victim had flagged down a passing motorist on US 101 near Miranda and reported his roommate was armed with a handgun, had fired...

The following is from the Eureka Police Department:

On Tuesday, at about 5:22 p.m. detectives from the Eureka Police Department Problem Oriented Policing Unit (POP) responded to the 2900 block of California Street after receiving a citizen tip that Eureka’s Most Wanted Duncan Devine was in an apartment.

Upon arrival, detectives located Devine in an upstairs apartment. Devine...

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