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NORTH COAST- The Eureka Police Department is investigating after a man is shot in the leg in a homeless encampment in the Eureka area.  A thirteen-year-old boy is on life support after being shot in the head in Klamath.  An Arcata man is arrested for allegedly throwing a hatchet at a police officer with the Arcata Police Department.  A man with a felony warrant is now behind bars after...

The following is from the Arcata Police Department:

 

On May 2, 2015, at about 2:24 PM, police officers from the Arcata Police Department responded to the report of a man vandalizing a vehicle with a hatchet in the 700 block of Bayside Road.

 

Two witnesses saw a man armed with a hatchet prowling around an apartment complex, trying apartment and vehicle doors,...

NORTH COAST- Police are searching for a hit and run driver in Eureka.  A 13-year-old in Klamath is shot and taken to the hospital with unknown injuries.  A man is arrested in Del Norte County in connection to an alleged murder in Washington.  The Department of Health is warning all consumers that the annual Quarantine of sport-harvested mussels in now underway.  Penair flights between Crescent...

EUREKA - An update to an alleged burglary and apprehension of three suspects near College of the Redwoods on Thursday.

Authorities arrested 27-year old Joshua Thomas Wentworth and 33-year old Crystal Lynn Rosenberg both of Eureka, as well as 35-year old Sarah Elizabeth Vickland of McKinleyville.

Law enforcement says the three are believed to be involved in a series of residential...

NORTH COAST - The Department of Health is warning all consumers the annual quarantine of sport-harvested mussels began May 1.

The restriction applies to all species of mussels harvested along the California coast and any bays or estuaries. It does not apply to commercially harvested mussels. The quarantine is intended to protect the public from PSP-Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning. The bio...

FORTUNA - The City of Fortuna was in a festive mood Friday evening as they ushered in a new annual event and re-established an old one.

It was the first Cinco De Mayo Business Fair. Local Latino and non-Latino businesses crowded the Veterans Memorial on Main Street as an introduction to the greater population of the Friendly City in hopes of getting a better understanding of where...

SCOTIA- First grade students at Stanwood A. Murphy Elementary School in Scotia are learning to be archaeologists.

Back in October, storm drains were being installed behind the Scotia Inn when a historic dump was discovered. The students helped excavate the area and Friday they got a chance to look at their findings. Bottles, shoe leather, and plates were discovered dating back between...

SAMOA- The Environmental Protection Agency and other organizations are in the final phase of transporting hazardous materials out of the Samoa Pulp Mill.

EPA representatives say Evergreen Pulp Company left millions of gallons of hazardous waste and other materials at the Samoa Pulp Mill when the organization left the site in 2008.  The EPA is investigating the company for potential...