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EUREKA - With Spring starting March 20th, many on the north coast will begin the gardening season and The Humboldt Botanical Garden kicked off their planting early at it's organic vegetable garden.

The organic potatoes, cabbage and broccoli will take between 60 and 90 days to harvest. Once the vegetables are ready, all the organic produce grown will be donated to Betty Chinn'...

ARCATA - The human effort to understand how the world works, lead us to science and over 320 Humboldt County students show how they're using the scientific method in real world situations.

The 32nd Annual Science Fair is a week-long event at HSU and fourth through twelfth grade students present their research to more than 130 volunteer judges. The fair first started in honor of Doris...

MCKINLEYVILLE - The Humboldt County Animal Shelter is breathing a sigh of relief after getting to critical stage with a surplus of animals.

Last Friday the shelter began to be concerned and by the weekend all kennels were filled. Personnel reluctantly began compiling a euthanasia list for some of the animals. Help from Sequoia Humane Society, Redwood Pals and the public is credited for...

Fortuna- A man was arrested on suspicion of DUI following the St. Patrick’s Day Holiday. According to authorities, 21-year-old Brodie William Houseworth of Rio Dell was traveling south on 12th Street near Pond Street around 3:30 Wednesday morning.

The man veered off the road and ran over a stop sign and a...

FORTUNA- A man is dead and a is woman in critical condition after an attempted homicide and suicide in the forest hills neighborhood.

According to the Fortuna Police Department, it all started during a custody exchange outside of the gated community. Around 6 a.m. Wednesday a 39 year old Fortuna woman met with her child's father to exchange their two year old daughter. For reasons...

FORTUNA- The Friendly City is a little brighter with more than 350 new LED lights on the streets.

The project was completed in December but the city says they are now starting to see the savings. It all started back in 2010 with a grant for the California Energy Commission. With that grant, more than 100 high pressure sodium lights were replaced with LEDs.

Last year the city...

ARCATA - Citywide smoking restrictions could be coming to Arcata as of March 19th, if enough city councilmembers vote to adopt a new ordinance.

With an outpour of response from residents at Arcata’s March 4th City Council meeting, pertaining to the current smoking boundaries, Council proposed to completely revise the ordinance and reintroduce it, at their next...

ARCATA - Arcata's beloved noon siren at the downtown fire station will be moving to a new home next week. It's headed to the Kinetic Museum.

Since the Arcata Fire Station renovations started, project managers searched for a willing local business to adopt the aged air horn, but it’s future didn't look too bright until Chris Boyle from the Kinetic Universe Museum, made a formal appeal to...