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The Oregon Fire burning near Weaverville is 25 percent contained. All mandatory evacuations have been changed to advisory evacuations

The evacuation center at Weaverville First Baptist Church will remain open and fire officials say daylight brings increased risks as gusty winds and dry conditions return.

The fire destroyed one structure and forced the evacuation...

NORTH COAST- Details about the 6.0 magnitude earthquake that rattled the Napa Valley early Sunday morning. How North Coast residents are impacted by the quake. And information on the Avoid the 8 DUI crackdown in Fortuna following Hops in Humboldt.

The Bureau of Reclamation releases additional water flows from the Trinity Reservoir to help local salmon. And Hops in Humboldt brings out thousands to Fortuna's  Rohner Park. Also, it's ladies hat day at the Humboldt County fair with special guest Guy Fieri emceeing. 

Eureka - A man riding a moped was sent to the hospital with major injuries after a collision with an SUV in Eureka.

According to police, 22 year-old Josiah Lohberger of Eureka was traveling west on 14th Street when he lost visibility from the glare of the sun  entering the intersection of I Street. The stoplight had already turned red and he collided with an SUV driven by 50-year old...

SACRAMENTO- Following protests and concerns about another massive fish kill, the Bureau of Reclamation announced on Friday that they will release additional water to protect salmon.

Reclamation will increase releases from the Lewiston Dam starting on Saturday with water expected to reach the lower Klamath River on Monday officials said.

“This decision was made based on science...

REDCREST- Hundreds have participated in the ALS Association's Ice Bucket Challenge and now a Redcrest resident is challenging Food Network Star Guy Fieri.

Lorne Julien was challenged by his 17-year-old daughter. Julien met the challenge in a creative way. Standing outside his home, on his lawn, Julien is rinsed by over a gallon of water from a toilet, rigged up for him to stand...

EUREKA- The American Red Cross is honoring heroic people on North Coast, as they are now accepting nominations for the Humboldt-Del Norte Heroes Recognition Luncheon in February. 

For the first time in the event’s 12 years, the Heroes Luncheon is including Del Norte County.  People are being asked to nominate others who have shown an act of kindness, saved someone’s life, saved a person...

EUREKA- The Eureka City Council agreed on loaning state funds to the owners of the Carson Block Building to pay for part of its restoration project.

The Carson Block Building will be seismically retrofitted, as well as receive other upgrades.  At Tuesday’s meeting, the council approved more than $5 million worth of grant and loan agreements between the city and the Northern California...

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