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Green waste damages the environment.  So it is necessary for you to put your green waste in the trash, if you do not compost it yourself.  That is far better than disposing of it by the side of the road.  Humboldt County's green waste goes to the Mad River Compost Facility where it is scientifically seasoned for re-use as fertilizer.  Teresa Green, who, with her husband Wes Green, owns the...

EUREKA - A pedestrian walking along the freeway allegedly runs into traffic and sustains fatal injuries.

The CHP says just after 1:30 am Wednesday, 24 year-old Eden Chandler of Arcata was driving his Jeep Cherokee on the US 101 Northbound off-ramp from King Salmon when a male passenger in dark clothing allegedly ran towards Chandler’s vehicle.

The driver took evasive action but...

HOOPA - A Hoopa man is in critical condition after being shot by suspects off of Highway 96.

Hoopa Tribal Police say a 39-year old man sleeping in his trailer was awaken by a loud vehicle. He walked out on his porch surprising the suspects who shot him in his lower abdomen and fled in their truck. An anonymous tip to tribal police brought emergency personnel to the Big Hill Road...

DEL NORTE COUNTY - A Crescent City man was arrested after authorities found one of the largest amounts of methamphetamine ever seized by deputies in Del Norte County. Taken into custody was 37-year old James Banuelos.

Members of the Sheriff’s Department, Pelican Bay Prison Response Team and US Forest Service served a search warrant at the 600-block of Carole Lane. Banuelos was found to...

EUREKA - Law enforcement was called to St. Joseph Hospital Wednesday night after a reported stabbing.

Humboldt County Sheriff’s deputies say a 20-year old female was walking near 18th and Quaker Streets near Myrtletown when a grey 4-door Honda-like vehicle pulled up beside her and a male suspect shouted “Get her purse.” A female joined in the assault and during the struggle...

ARCATA - Arcata City Council has proposed to change smoking boundaries after complaints from residents that the current ordinance is causing unwanted loitering. But locals say the problem is much bigger.

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MCKINLEYVILLE - The McKinleyville High School Native American Club is keeping a 22 year tradition alive with it’s "Success In Both Worlds" conference.

The Native American Youth Conference dedicated this year’s theme to "River Is Our Home". Stating, tribes in the local community have suffered the past year from fish kills due to low water releases from the dams.

Speakers from...

EUREKA- A lawsuit and settlement could not stop the annual Humboldt Mayors' Prayer Breakfast. The only thing different this year is who organized the event.

Last September the City of Eureka settled a lawsuit filed by Carole Beaton alleging Eureka Mayor Frank Jager violated the separation of church and state with prayers at council meetings and by organizing the annual prayer breakfast...

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