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ARCATA- The Humboldt County Coroner's Office has released the name of the victim. 52-year-old Kelly Maureen Nichols was the victim of the blaze.

According office Nichols was the resident of the apartment, and died in her bedroom most likely due to smoke inhalation.

The cause of the fire is still under investigation by the Arcata Fire Protection District and the Arcata Police...

EUREKA- The Humboldt County Office of Education has recognized this years 'Teacher of the Year.'

Maikken Bass is currently a teacher at Alice Birney and Grant Elementary School, but has been teaching in the Eureka City School District for 20 years.

She has mainly spent time teacher kindergarten and preschool, but has been spending time with upper grade elementary students this...

ARCATA- The Arcata City Council has directed staff to make adjustments to two ordinances in order to deal with problems in the city after the smoking ban was passed last year.

Residents and businesses bordering the boundary of the ban have complained about groups of people gathering on their property to smoke. Sometimes those groups block sidewalks, take part in illegal activity and...

EUREKA- Will Eureka be the next cruise ship destination? Well harbor officials say they hope so.

At Thursday’s Humboldt Bay Harbor District meeting funding for a cruise ship director will be up for vote. Humboldt Bay Harbor District Commissioners will hear public comment on the issue then decide if they will contribute $10,000 to help fund the director position. The harbor district is...

EUREKA- It may be just an old saying, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure, but the Humboldt Waste Management Authority is working to make that statement true by trying to change the way we see garbage.

Sometimes we’re not sure what how to dispose everyday items like cardboard, appliances, carpet, TVs and tires, often just throwing them away or putting them on the corner for...

EUREKA- A moment of silence was held for those lost in the September 11th attacks Thursday at Eureka’s Redwood Vet Center.

Veterans and community members gathered for a re-dedication of the Vet Center flagpole in tribute of the National Day of Service and Remembrance. During the ceremony vets center members honored those lost and families affected by the events, along with...

EUREKA- Thirteen years ago on Thursday, the nation and the world was changed forever, when America was attacked by terrorists and nearly 3,000 people were killed.  To honor the ones who died on 9/11, including the first responders and the families of everyone lost, Humboldt Bay Fire and the Eureka Police Department held a 9/11 Memorial Service together for the first time.

The first...

EUREKA- Humboldt Bay Fire and other agencies honored the first responders who died on September 11th, 2001 on Thursday morning at the Humboldt Bay Fire Training Tower in Eureka.  They climbed up nearly 80 flights of stairs, just like the New York City firefighters did on 9/11.

Firefighters from Humboldt Bay Fire, the Samoa Peninsula Fire District, Fortuna Volunteer Fire...

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