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  • Siskiyou
    E. coli found in City of Mt. Shasta drinking water
    Josh Copitch

    E. coli found in City of Mt. Shasta drinking water

    The City of Mt. Shasta has issued a boil advisory for drinking water after finding E. coli in the water supply.

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  • Eureka Weather
    Weather Forecast: Cooler finish to the weekend
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    Jeremy Linder

    Weather Forecast: Cooler finish to the weekend

    There is light at the end of tunnel as the heat wave ends and temperatures cool back down over the next couple of days for the North Coast.

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  • Scott Rates

    USGS: 4.1 magnitude earthquake strikes SW of Rio Dell

  • Marissa Papanek

    Eureka man talks aboout confrontation with "crime spree" suspect

    Today was the arraignment of 50-year-old James Pawlyk, however, he was a no-show for his June 21 court date. Pawlyk was arrested on charges of assault with a deadly weapon and vandalism.

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  • Max Rodriguez

    Educational building program on shaky foundation

    The Building Trades program has been teaching high school students how to build homes for over 20 years, but the beloved vocational program of McKinleyville High School may be closing shop soon.

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  • Robert Elvington

    Weather Forecast: One More Day Of Dangerous Inland Heat Saturday

    The interior heat wave begins to break down this weekend along with the threat of some mountain thunderstorms Sunday.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Officials investigating inmate death at Humboldt Co. Correctional Facility

    According to the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office a woman inmate was found not breathing during a routine medical check of the medical unit at the Humboldt County Correctional Facility Friday.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    EPD: Man arrested for attempted murder after shooting man twice

    Police arrested a man last Friday for attempted murder after they said two shots were fired and the victim was able to identify the shooter.

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  • Mike Krueger

    Friday, June 23rd Forecast: Heat Advisory extended through Saturday night

    Although things will be status quo on the coast the inland areas are expected to see more excessive heat at least through the first part of the weekend.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Suspect known for wearing cowboy hats arrested after crime spree

    On Wednesday, June 21 at around 12 p.m., James Martin Pawlyk, 50, was taken into custody after a two-week crime spree, according to the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office (HCSO).

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Possible scammers update: More residents coming forward with stories of suspicious activity

    A video posted by a Humboldt Hill resident has gone viral. It shows Bill Yeater, the man who filmed the video chasing away a man a woman who has been claiming to be from both PG&E and IGS Energy. It has been confirmed that these people do not work for either company.

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  • Max Rodriguez

    The Redwood Acres Fair is in full swing

    The Redwood Acres Fair, also known as "The Best of Humboldt" is back in Eureka with fan favorites like the Ferris wheel, magic shows and of fried fair food.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    16 orphaned baby raccoons need the community's help

    The Humboldt Wildlife Care Center (HWCC) is asking for the community's help to pay for raccoon formula for 16 newly-rescued raccoon cubs who were orphaned due to trapping.

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  • Cristina Davies

    CAL FIRE suspends burn permits in Shasta and Eastern Trinity county

    J.T. Zulliger, a Battalion Chief, said the increasing fire danger prompted them to suspend all burn permits for outdoor residential burning within the State Responsibility Area of Shasta and Eastern Trinity counties.

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  • Robert Elvington

    Weather Forecast: Heat Advisory Extended To Saturday

    Interior heat and coastal sunshine continue for the Northcoast Friday.

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  • Possible scammers on Humboldt Hill

    On Tuesday June 21, two people walked up to a house on Humboldt Hill. The house belongs to Bill Yeater and he said that they told him they were surveying for PG&E. However Yeater said the people's demeanor made him feel like they weren't telling the truth. When the people moved on to a neighbors house, Yeater grabbed his dogs and intervened, telling the people that they needed to leave.

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  • Mike Krueger

    Thursday, June 22nd Forecast: Above average highs continue into the weekend

    The heat wave for most of Northern California has inched it's way closer to the coast with record breaking heat expected for many of the inland areas.

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  • Max Rodriguez

    Business owners affected by fire blame the city

    Two local business owners whose businesses were destroyed by Tuesday's fire on Fourth Street are blaming the city of Eureka for their losses.

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  • Robert Elvington

    Weather Forecast: Heat Advisory For The Northcoast

    Hot inland conditions will bring the threat of heat illness Thursday. Expect 70s and sunny conditions for the coast.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    108 pounds of marijuana siezed during routine traffic stop in McKinleyville

    A routine traffic stop in McKinleyville on Wednesday became the scene of a woman's arrest and the seizure of 108 pounds of marijuana, according to the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office (HCSO).

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  • Miranda Hutchison

    Huffman joins 200 members of congress to sue President Trump

    Congressman Jared Huffman said he has banded with 200 members of congress in filing a federal lawsuit against President Trump for violating the Emoluments Clause.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Deputies investigating Eureka shooting

    The Humboldt County Sheriff's Office received a report of a possible gunshot victim located at a house on the 3900 block of Union Street on Tuesday in Eureka, according to officials.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Multi-agency wildland drill in Eureka this Saturday

    On Saturday, June 24 from about 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Humboldt Bay Fire, CAL FIRE, Fortuna Fire, and Arcata Fire will participate in a joint readiness drill in the McKay Tract area, according to Humboldt Bay Fire Battalion Chief Chris Emmons.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Southern Humboldt Internet provider reports Bitcoin ransom hack

    ASIS Internet Services, a local internet provider in Garberville, is reporting a hack to their web server.

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  • Scott Rates

    USGS: 4.1 magnitude earthquake strikes SW of Rio Dell

  • Marissa Papanek

    Eureka man talks aboout confrontation with "crime spree" suspect

    Today was the arraignment of 50-year-old James Pawlyk, however, he was a no-show for his June 21 court date. Pawlyk was arrested on charges of assault with a deadly weapon and vandalism.

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  • Max Rodriguez

    Educational building program on shaky foundation

    The Building Trades program has been teaching high school students how to build homes for over 20 years, but the beloved vocational program of McKinleyville High School may be closing shop soon.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Officials investigating inmate death at Humboldt Co. Correctional Facility

    According to the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office a woman inmate was found not breathing during a routine medical check of the medical unit at the Humboldt County Correctional Facility Friday.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    EPD: Man arrested for attempted murder after shooting man twice

    Police arrested a man last Friday for attempted murder after they said two shots were fired and the victim was able to identify the shooter.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Suspect known for wearing cowboy hats arrested after crime spree

    On Wednesday, June 21 at around 12 p.m., James Martin Pawlyk, 50, was taken into custody after a two-week crime spree, according to the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office (HCSO).

    Read More »
  • Max Rodriguez

    The Redwood Acres Fair is in full swing

    The Redwood Acres Fair, also known as "The Best of Humboldt" is back in Eureka with fan favorites like the Ferris wheel, magic shows and of fried fair food.

    Read More »
  • Marissa Papanek

    16 orphaned baby raccoons need the community's help

    The Humboldt Wildlife Care Center (HWCC) is asking for the community's help to pay for raccoon formula for 16 newly-rescued raccoon cubs who were orphaned due to trapping.

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  • Possible scammers on Humboldt Hill

    On Tuesday June 21, two people walked up to a house on Humboldt Hill. The house belongs to Bill Yeater and he said that they told him they were surveying for PG&E. However Yeater said the people's demeanor made him feel like they weren't telling the truth. When the people moved on to a neighbors house, Yeater grabbed his dogs and intervened, telling the people that they needed to leave.

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  • Max Rodriguez

    Business owners affected by fire blame the city

    Two local business owners whose businesses were destroyed by Tuesday's fire on Fourth Street are blaming the city of Eureka for their losses.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    108 pounds of marijuana siezed during routine traffic stop in McKinleyville

    A routine traffic stop in McKinleyville on Wednesday became the scene of a woman's arrest and the seizure of 108 pounds of marijuana, according to the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office (HCSO).

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  • Miranda Hutchison

    Huffman joins 200 members of congress to sue President Trump

    Congressman Jared Huffman said he has banded with 200 members of congress in filing a federal lawsuit against President Trump for violating the Emoluments Clause.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Deputies investigating Eureka shooting

    The Humboldt County Sheriff's Office received a report of a possible gunshot victim located at a house on the 3900 block of Union Street on Tuesday in Eureka, according to officials.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Multi-agency wildland drill in Eureka this Saturday

    On Saturday, June 24 from about 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Humboldt Bay Fire, CAL FIRE, Fortuna Fire, and Arcata Fire will participate in a joint readiness drill in the McKay Tract area, according to Humboldt Bay Fire Battalion Chief Chris Emmons.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Southern Humboldt Internet provider reports Bitcoin ransom hack

    ASIS Internet Services, a local internet provider in Garberville, is reporting a hack to their web server.

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  • Miranda Hutchison

    Woman arrested for attempted homicide on child after 'exorcism' pleads not guilty

    The woman who deputies said was arrested for attempted homicide after performing an exorcism on her daughter, pleaded not guilty.

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  • Max Rodriguez

    Four businesses in Eureka's Old Town consumed by fire

    Four businesses in Old Town Eureka were destroyed in a three-alarm structure fire on Tuesday, prompting the entire Humboldt Bay Fire personnel and support from neighboring departments to the call.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    SUV catches fire at the Samoa Dunes (video)

    Susan and Steve Tancreto were walking along the Samoa dunes when they said they saw thick black smoke bellowing from an SUV in the sand.

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  • Miranda Hutchison

    Ukiah man arrested, suspected of possessing 'obscene material'

    According to the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office (MCSO), on Tuesday, June 20, 32-year-old Curtis Muller was arrested after the Department of Homeland Security shared information with deputies that he may be in possession of obscene material, which investigators said could include child pornography.

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  • Miranda Hutchison

    Suspects at large after armed robbery at Eureka gas station

    Two suspects are on the loose after a local gas station was robbed at gunpoint early Sunday morning, according to Eureka Police Department's Public Information Officer Brittany Powell.

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  • Miranda Hutchison

    Good Samaritan rescues three girls stuck on river bar at Camp Kimtu

    After yelling for help, a group of teenage girls who were reportedly stuck on a river bar were rescued by a Good Samaritan.

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  • North Coast NEWS
    Exclusive: Man who rescued girl from alleged 'exorcism' speaks out (full interview)
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    Marissa Papanek

    Exclusive: Man who rescued girl from alleged 'exorcism' speaks out (full interview)

    John Marciel may have saved the life of an 11-year-old girl when he saw her being attacked by her mother on a beach.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    PG&E launches aerial fire patrols

    Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) has launched daily aerial fire detection patrols across its services area, due to an increase in fire danger from rising temperatures, coupled with the potential for winds.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    New court commissioner, Superior Court of Humboldt County

    The Superior Court of Humboldt County welcomes its new court commissioner, Timothy A. Canning.

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  • North Coast NEWS
    Texas congressman says Del Norte County judge made the right decision not to run again
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    Miranda Hutchison

    Texas congressman says Del Norte County judge made the right decision not to run again

    Texas Congressman Ted Poe told North Coast News that Del Norte County Judge William Follett made the right decision not to run for re-election.

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  • Miranda Hutchison

    Del Norte County DA Dale Trigg resigns effective immediately

    Del Norte County District Attorney Dale Trigg told North Coast News he resigned, effective Thursday June 1.

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  • Miranda Hutchison

    Senate approves 'Feed the Kids' bill which could add 16 North Coast schools

    California has more children in poverty than any other state in the nation, according to North Coast Senator Mike McGuire. McGuire said nearly one in four children go hungry each day.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Update: Officers and inmates recovering after prison riot

    As of Thursday, May 25, officers said four inmates remained hospitalized with gunshot wounds and three officers are still recovering after a riot broke out at Pelican Bay State Prison Wednesday morning.

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  • Miranda Hutchison

    Texas congressman calls for the removal of Del Norte County judge

    In Washington D.C. Thursday, May 25, Texas Congressman Ted Poe called for the removal of Del Norte County Judge William Follett.

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  • Nazy Javid

    8 guards, 7 inmates sent to hospital after attack at Pelican Bay

    Pelican Bay State Prison (PBSP) officials are investigating an incident that sent eight guards to the hospital with injuries.

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  • Miranda Hutchison

    Del Norte County D.A. says he "could not disagree more" with judge's rape charge decision

    A man was sentenced on May 17 to the low term of three years, with all but 240 days suspended in favor of a grant of probation for rape of an intoxicated person, according to the Del Norte District Attorney’s Office. This sentencing is a decision that the Del Norte District Attorney said he "could not disagree more with."

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  • Del Norte
    Former Executive Director of Boys and Girls Club of the Redwoods found safe
    Haleigh Pike

    Former Executive Director of Boys and Girls Club of the Redwoods found safe

    Missing person, Elizabeth Smith, has been found safe in Del Norte County.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    City Manager out of job in Del Norte County

  • Northstate
    President Trump OKs federal aid following California storms
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    President Trump OKs federal aid following California storms

    President Donald Trump has approved federal assistance to help California counties recover from winter storms that caused flooding, mudslides and power outages.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Crescent City man sentenced to 362 years for sex crimes on a minor

    On Thursday, Roger Lee Roberts, 54, Crescent City, was sentenced to serve a total 362 years to life in state prison for sex crimes committed against a juvenile, according to Del Norte District Attorney's Office.

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  • Bald eagle stripped of talons then dumped by unknown poacher

    Oregon Fish and Wildlife troopers are asking for the public's help in finding and prosecuting the party responsible for the illegal poaching of a bald eagle.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Victim name relased in Klamath shooting

    The Del Norte County Sheriff's Office has released the identities of the four suspects arrested in connection to the Klamath shooting that left one woman dead, according to investigators.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Deputies release identity of Klamath stabbing suspect

    David Soldano, 55, was arrested in connection to an alleged stabbing in Klamath, according to investigators.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Deputies investigating two suspected homicides: possible stabbing and shooting

    The Del Norte County Sheriff's Office is investigating two separate fatal incidents that occurred early Monday morning in Klamath, according to Commander Bill Stevens.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Inmate brawl ends in stabbing at Pelican Bay

    Two separate inmate fights occurred within minutes of each other this morning at Pelican Bay. One fight ended in a stabbing the other ended when officers used less than lethal force, according to Bill Sessa, a public information officer for the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Sacramento.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Crescent City man found guilty of 20 charges of sexual misconduct

    A Crescent City man was found guilty of 20 of 21 separate charges including ten counts of unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor, according to the Norte District Attorney's Office.

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  • Josh Copitch

    UPDATE: Injured CHP officer in big rig crash expected to recover

    The crash happened around 3:30 p.m. in Klamath at the intersection of Ehlers Way and Highway 101

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  • Danielle Radin

    The latest road closures all over the North Coast

    Recent storms caused damage to roads and rees all along the North Coast.

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  • Zachary Lathouris

    Crescent City Wal-Mart to lock up liquor

    A major Northern Californian retailer is locking up their liquor to curb theft.

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  • Zachary Lathouris

    Suspected homicide in Pelican Bay inmate death

    A 29-year-old inmate died in Pelican Bay State Prison and officials have name his cell mate as a suspect.

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  • Danielle Radin

    Gov. Brown Declares State of Emergency for Counties locally

    Governor Jerry Brown issued two emergency proclamations Tuesday to secure funding after severe winter storms that caused flooding, erosion, landslides, mudslides, debris flow and damage to highways and roads.

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  • North Coast NEWS
    Humboldt Supervisor and Trinidad Mayor nominated for State's Coastal Commission
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    Louis Ramirez

    Humboldt Supervisor and Trinidad Mayor nominated for State's Coastal Commission

    The Mayor City Selection Committee nominated two candidates for the California Coastal Commission Thursday.

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  • Danielle Radin

    The B.L.M. wants neighbors opinion on how to use public lands

    The Bureau of Land Management is holding a series of public meetings to get input on the use of public lands in Siskiyou, Humboldt, Del Norte, Mendocino, Trinity, Shasta and Butte Counties.

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  • Miranda Hutchison

    Ukiah man arrested, suspected of possessing 'obscene material'

    According to the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office (MCSO), on Tuesday, June 20, 32-year-old Curtis Muller was arrested after the Department of Homeland Security shared information with deputies that he may be in possession of obscene material, which investigators said could include child pornography.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Ukiah molestation suspect's wife arrested after reportedly intimidating witness

    The wife of 36-year-old Jaime Barajas, the Ukiah man charged with engaging in three or more acts of substantial sexual conduct with a child under age 14, was arrested on Wednesday. She was taken into custody after investigators learned she threatened a witness involved in the investigation, according to the Ukiah Police Department.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Mendocino Marijuana Eradication Team seizes over 45,000 plants in Lake County

    Over 45,000 marijuana plants, approximately 186 pounds of processed marijuana and two firearms were seized by Lake County Sheriff deputies, according to officials.

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  • Miranda Hutchison

    Man dies in Point Arena shootout after assaulting estranged wife

    A man was killed after two men exchanged gunfire at a home in Point Arena, according to the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office.

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  • Miranda Hutchison

    Senate approves 'Feed the Kids' bill which could add 16 North Coast schools

    California has more children in poverty than any other state in the nation, according to North Coast Senator Mike McGuire. McGuire said nearly one in four children go hungry each day.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Second driver in fiery Willits crash identified

    The driver of a 1994 Ford Bronco involved in the May 26 double-fatal collision has been identified as William Eugene Weist, 23, of Boulder Creek, California, according to Captain Van Patten of the Mendocino County Sherriff’s Office.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Friend of family in deadly Willits crash speaks out

    Beatrice Caffe spoke to North Coast News about the condition of the Delgado family after a deadly car accident last Friday.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Deputies: 20 pounds of pot stolen from Laytonville property

    Deputies are looking for four male suspects who allegedly stole 20 pounds of marijuana from a property in Laytonville, according to officials.

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  • Mendocino
    Second arrest made in the homicide of Jamie Dawn Shipman
    Josh Copitch

    Second arrest made in the homicide of Jamie Dawn Shipman

    Detectives with the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office arrested Alexander Coan, the son of suspect Kelley Coan, in relation to the death of Jamie Shipman.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Head-on crash near Willits leaves two dead

    A head-on collision on Highway 101 near Willits resulted in two deaths, according to the California Highway Patrol.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Deputies: Man arrested after allegedly stealing excavator bucket

    A 32-year-old man was arrested in Gualala Monday after allegedly stealing a excavator bucket from Robertson Enterprise, according to the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office (MCSO).

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  • North Coast NEWS
    Deputies: Mendocino woman wanted in connection for homicide of neighbor
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    Geneva Peppars

    Deputies: Mendocino woman wanted in connection for homicide of neighbor

    Kelley Coan, 39, of Mendocino, is wanted in connection of the homicide of Jamie Dawn Shipman, according to the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Two arrested after apparently tossing a gun in front of officers

    Two Ukiah men were arrested on multiple charges after one of the suspects attempted to discard a handgun in front of an officer, according to the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Boonville driver charged with DUI after head-on collision

    On Friday, May 12, at around 9:46 a.m., a red Toyota Camry, driven by Martiniano Escalona, was traveling westbound on State Route 128, west of Greenwood Road traveling at around 40-50 mph, according to the California Highway Patrol.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Willits man sentenced to 72 months in prison in fatal "sucker punch" case

    Today Charles Wallace Reynolds, 32, Willits, was sentenced to 72 months in state prison for having committed battery causing serious bodily injury that resulted in the death of Kenneth Wayne Fisher in August 2016 , according to the Mendocino County District Attorney.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Deputies: Attack victim defends herself with hatchet

    According to the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office, a 45-year-old Ukiah woman was arrested for felony assault with a deadly weapon Monday after attacking a woman in her Willits home.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Parolee arrested after attempting to lure child with candy

    A 27-year-old parolee was arrested in Ukiah for attempting to lure a child with candy, according to the Ukiah Police Department.

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  • Josh Copitch

    Girl Scout Troop bring Leggett slide workers water, snacks

    Girl Scout Troop 90747 from Eureka bought by a van load of supplies for the Caltrans workers at the Leggett slide

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Caltrans: Hwy 101 north of Leggett open to one-way traffic again

    UPDATE 4/28 5:18 p.m.: Caltrans said U.S. Highway 101 been reopened to one-way traffic ahead of schedule at the slide located six miles north of Leggett in Mendocino County.

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  • North Coast NEWS
    Police investigating possible attempted abduction at a Ukiah Middle School
    Ukiah Police
    Geneva Peppars

    Police investigating possible attempted abduction at a Ukiah Middle School

    The Ukiah Police Department is currently investigating a possible attempted abduction that occurred at a Ukiah middle school on April 26.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Ukiah restaurateur sentenced to prison for tax and employment violations

    A Ukiah restaurateur was sentenced to prison for obstructing tax laws and harboring undocumented workers for profit, according to the United States Department of Justice.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    San Francisco man indicted for 2013 murders in Mendocino County

    A San Francisco man has been indicted on murder charges related to the October 2013 killing of Cindy Bao Feng Chen and Jim Tat Kong in Mendocino County.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Deputies: Attempted murder in Covelo; suspect at large

    The Mendocino County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help in finding the whereabouts of Paulino Perez Marin, 47, of Santa Rosa, an attempted murder suspect.

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  • North Coast NEWS
    Caltrans:Highway 101 expected to remain closed for next few days
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    Breanna Hill

    Caltrans:Highway 101 expected to remain closed for next few days

    According to Caltrans District 1, the Highway is expected to remain closed for the next couple of days.

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  • Cristina Davies

    CAL FIRE suspends burn permits in Shasta and Eastern Trinity county

    J.T. Zulliger, a Battalion Chief, said the increasing fire danger prompted them to suspend all burn permits for outdoor residential burning within the State Responsibility Area of Shasta and Eastern Trinity counties.

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  • Trinity
    Friends
    Tiffany Wong

    Friends "sad and shocked" by deaths of hikers in Trinity Alps

    A family friend of the three hikers found in Trinity County said she was ready to go searching for them, until she learned the devastating news that deputies found them, two of whom are dead

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  • Julia Avery

    Three missing hikers found, two dead

  • Miranda Hutchison

    Senate approves 'Feed the Kids' bill which could add 16 North Coast schools

    California has more children in poverty than any other state in the nation, according to North Coast Senator Mike McGuire. McGuire said nearly one in four children go hungry each day.

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  • Northstate
    Publicly Funded Healthcare: What could it mean for you?
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    Haleigh Pike

    Publicly Funded Healthcare: What could it mean for you?

    California is getting closer than ever to having publicly funded healthcare for everyone. The plan is headed to the Assembly for a vote but we wanted to lay out exactly what's in the plan and how the state plans to pay for it.

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  • Mindy Schack

    Power outages force Klamath-Trinity district schools to close Friday

    All schools in the Klamath-Trinity Joint Unified School District will close Friday, May 26 due to a massive power outage, according to school district staff.

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  • Trinity
    Four missing Southern California men believed to be in Humboldt County
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    Haleigh Pike

    Four missing Southern California men believed to be in Humboldt County

    Four men from Southern California were reported missing to the Trinity County Sheriff's Office Monday and officials are saying they may be in Humboldt County.

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  • Josh Copitch

    Gas tax creates money for Northstate infrastructure

    More details have been released about where the money from the recently passed gas tax bill will be going. Caltrans has released the first list of projects that will be getting part of an estimated $328 million.

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  • Northstate
    Prescribed burns planned for Thursday
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    Haleigh Pike

    Prescribed burns planned for Thursday

    There are several prescribed burns taking place in the Northstate on Thursday, May 4.

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  • Trinity
    Victim identified in fatal Hyampom crash
    Natasa Bansagi

    Victim identified in fatal Hyampom crash

    One person is dead after a crash near Hyampom in Trinity County Tuesday night.

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  • Trinity
    Public raises concerns over safety of Trinity Dam
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    Jeremy Linder

    Public raises concerns over safety of Trinity Dam

    The Bureau of Reclamation is meeting with the Trinity County Board of Supervisors in June to alleviate any concerns over the safety of Trinity Dam

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  • Breanna Hill

    Burn permits required for much of Northstate

    Starting Monday, residents of several counties in the Northstate will need permits in order to burn outdoor debris.

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  • Trinity
    UPDATE: Lane reopened after semi-truck overturned on Hwy 299
    Josh Copitch

    UPDATE: Lane reopened after semi-truck overturned on Hwy 299

    A semi-truck has rolled over on Highway 299 near Buckhorn Summit and has blocked the eastbound lane

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  • Miranda Hutchison

    Trinity River flows increasing, HCSO urges extreme caution

    A controlled amount of water will be released from the Lewiston Dam into the Trinity River beginning tomorrow, according to the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office (HCSO).

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  • Trinity
    Reward increased for information leading to location of Stacey Smart
    Haleigh Pike

    Reward increased for information leading to location of Stacey Smart

    The Trinity County Secret Witness Program has increased the reward for any information leading to the location of Stacey Ellen Smart.

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  • Josh Copitch

    Forest employees continue to locate and repair storm damaged roads

    Heavy rainfall this year across the state has caused extensive damage to National Forest System roads, trails and infrastructure.

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  • Josh Copitch

    Prescribed burns planned this week

    Whiskeytown National Recreation Area and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest plan to hold prescribed burns starting April 4 and going through April 6

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  • Northstate
    President Trump OKs federal aid following California storms
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    President Trump OKs federal aid following California storms

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    Body found inside burned home in Hayfork
    Josh Copitch

    Body found inside burned home in Hayfork

    The Trinity County Sheriff's Office is investigating a body that was discovered inside a burned home Thursday.

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    Deputies need your help finding a missing Hayfork man
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    Geneva Peppars

    Deputies need your help finding a missing Hayfork man

    A 28-year-old Hayfork man has been reported missing by his family, according to the Trinity County Sheriff's Office.

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    Digital 299 project will bring broadband to rural areas

    On Monday, Assemblymember Jim Wood announced that the California Public Utilities Commission recently approved the "Digital 299" broadband infrastructure project along California State Route 299.

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  • Trinity
    Mold forces Burnt Ranch Elementary School closure
    Natasa Bansagi

    Mold forces Burnt Ranch Elementary School closure

    Burnt Ranch Elementary School in Trinity County will be closed starting Monday, after mold was found in all school buildings

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  • Trinity
    Suspected Forest Service fee station thief arrested
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    Josh Copitch

    Suspected Forest Service fee station thief arrested

    Law enforcement arrested a man who was suspected of stealing from fee stations in the Shasta-Trinity National Recreation Area on Friday morning

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  • Northstate
    President approves California storms disaster declaration
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    President approves California storms disaster declaration

    President Donald Trump has approved a disaster declaration for California to address damage from January storms that were part of the state's extremely wet winter.

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