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First scientific illustration intern brings to life extinct species

Studying science does not have to always be charts, facts and figures. It can be engaging with wondrous illustration, breathing new life into frog...

Family denied release of dying son’s organs by Humboldt sheriff’s office

UPDATE: Sheriff William Honsal has agreed to release the organ for donation after working with the Matilton family. Eric Matilton has been on life...

What to know about the mysterious dog respiratory illness for Humboldt...

There are no reports of this illness in Humboldt. However, there have been reports in at least a dozen states. The talk of social media...

As the winter approaches, now is the time to prevent catching...

With the cold winter approaching, right now, is the time to do as much possible to prevent catching respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), the flu...

$5,000 reward offered for those with information on missing Humboldt woman

Questions surround the disappearance of Bailey Blunt last seen on September 22. It was reported that Blunt was last seen near Berg Road off Highway...

Judge hears Measure A lawsuit filed by local growers

Measure A had its day in court in Humboldt County today, as the lawsuit filed by seven growers was heard by a judge in...

As McKinleyville High School and Morris Elementary School were on lockdown,...

Deputies received a report around 11: 25 a.m. of a man “possibly armed with holstered handgun on his waist” who was seen entering the...

Six Rivers National Forest is offering Christmas tree permits

If you're looking for a Christmas tree and possibly begin a family tradition, the Six Rivers National Forest is offering free Christmas tree permits...

People gathered to boycott Black Friday deals and stand in solidarity...

While people participated in Black Friday deals, others gathered outside of the Bayshore Mall to boycott the profits and raise awareness of the violence...

Gaining Ground celebrated Thanksgiving early with a parade

Gaining Ground–a day center for adults with developmental disabilities– hosted its first Thanksgiving Parade on November 11 with floats, costumes and music.  “We are participating...