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EUREKA- North Coast residents have the chance to see what Eureka Police Officers do day in and day out through social media.

Friday was the Eureka Police Department’s first Tweet Along, where Public Information Officer Brittany Powell live tweeted from the passenger seat of a patrol car on a regular 10-hour daytime shift.  The purpose is to provide people with an understanding of what...

EUREKA- Days after millionaire real estate heir Robert Durst was thrown back into the spotlight, the Eureka Police say they are actively following leads in a 1997 missing persons case but none having to do with Durst.

Durst is accused of murdering his friend Susan Berman 15 years ago in Los Angeles. As of 2003, the eureka police department considered durst one of several investigative...

EUREKA- Blue Shield of California may now have to pay tens of millions of dollars in state taxes.

The LA Times called out the California Franchise Tax Board this week for failing to make public its move to revoke Blue Shield's tax exempt status. The health insurance company lost that status in august, after holding it since 1939. State officials have ordered Blue Shield to file tax...

ARCATA- The 15th Annual Humboldt Juggling Festival is in the swing of things at Humboldt State University. Dozens of jugglers from across the country are taking part in the four day event. As part of the festivities, the Humboldt Juggling Society is offering several workshops where visitors can learn more about juggling and booths where they can buy their own gear to get started. “...

EUREKA - Recently elected Humboldt County District Attorney Maggie Fleming is bolstering her staff.

Three new attorneys have been hired. Joining the ranks of assistant DA’s will be Trenton Timm of Scotia, Moksha Chattopadhya of San Jose and Whitney Barnes of Mereno Valley. All will initially handle misdemeanor cases. Former HSU Police Chief Lynne Soderberg also joined the staff as an...

Ninety per cent of your car is recyclable.  But too many cars are abandoned and destroying our environment.  Now, there is a method of giving your old car a new life--by donating it to a non-profit agency.  Often, you can receive a tax deduction for it.  Teen Challenge, for example, has accepted donated cars and using them for its alcohol and drug treatment program.  This is the story of my...

At around 10:40 Thursday night, Eureka police responded to a drive-by shooting at an apartment complex located at the intersection of 2nd and Q Street.

 

Witnesses told News Channel 3 they heard three gunshots and a silver car with three men was seen leaving the area.

 

At least one bullet struck the apartment  and a shell casing was found on scene. ...

EUREKA - Authorities are still searching for a wanted felon considered armed and dangerous. 27-year old Joshua Stockhoff is wanted for several felonies.

This past Tuesday, Eureka Police arrested his father, 53-year old Eureka resident Timothy Lynn Stockhoff at an illegal encampment behind Bayshore Mall. He was taken into custody on several gun, drug and possession charges. He posted...