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  • North Coast NEWS
    Humboldt County groups offer free Thanksgiving meals to the public
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    Alex Hasenstab

    Humboldt County groups offer free Thanksgiving meals to the public

    The Arcata House Partnership, a homeless advocacy nonprofit organization, offered a free Thanksgiving Day meal to the public.

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  • Robert Elvington

    Weather Forecast: Drying Out Overnight And Into Friday

    Showers will end overnight with periods of sunshine Friday.

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  • Max Rodriguez

    Preventing property theft in Humboldt this Thanksgiving

    Turkey, stuffing and mashed potatoes are probably on your mind this holiday, but before traveling for the holiday weekend, the Eureka Police Department (EPD) is reminding homeowners to take precautions to keep their properties safe.

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  • Eureka Weather
    Weather Forecast: Scattered showers persist through Thanksgiving
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    Jeremy Linder

    Weather Forecast: Scattered showers persist through Thanksgiving

    Scattered showers are persisting across the North Coast causing a wet start to your thanksgiving. If heading out to a fun run this morning you’ll want a light jacket but nothing too heavy.

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  • North Coast NEWS
    Retailers look to woo shoppers from rivals as Amazon grows
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    Nazy Javid

    Retailers look to woo shoppers from rivals as Amazon grows

    Toys and TVs at J.C. Penney, Barbies at Best Buy, kitchen appliances like wine refrigerators at B.J.'s. As the holiday shopping season officially kicks off Thursday, shoppers may find some surprises at their favorite stores.

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  • Alex Hasenstab

    Eureka police patrol downtown businesses as part of new night watch program

    Eureka Police Department's night watch has come up with a new way to make their protective presence known, according to Chief Steve Watson

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  • Robert Elvington

    Weather Forecast: Showers Continue For Thanksgiving But A Brief Break By Friday

    Rain, sometimes heavy will continue into Thursday for the Northcoast.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    3 arrested in Garberville for possessing assault weapons, drugs

    Three people were arrested in Garberville Wednesday after an anonymous tip about a wanted woman's location led deputies to a car full of guns and drugs, according to the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    CHP: Pursuit ends with suspect jumping from Samoa Bridge

    A man is still on the run after police said he jumped off the Samoa Bridge and into the Humboldt Bay in an effort to escape a pursuit while driving a stolen vehicle, according to the California Highway Patrol.

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  • Mike Krueger

    Wednesday, November 22nd Forecast: Dry today but more rain this holiday weekend

    It will be another dry day with slightly warmer temperatures before the next chance for rain arrives late tonight into early Thanksgiving morning.

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  • Trinity
    Missing Arizona man's car found in Trinity County
    Josh Copitch

    Missing Arizona man's car found in Trinity County

    An Arizona man who was traveling to Washington State might be missing in Trinity County.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Fish waste spills onto Eureka roads, traffic delayed

    Eureka streets were covered in fish waste on Tuesday morning, when a truck carrying the smelly scraps slammed on its breaks to avoid a traffic collision, according to the Eureka Police Department (EPD).

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Eureka police searching for suspect who robbed man at knife-point

    A suspect is being sought by police for robbing a man at knife-point outside a Eureka bank Monday, according to police.

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  • Max Rodriguez

    The Eel River under stress: Experts dig for solutions

    The Eel River is one of the largest tributaries in Northern California, and according to natural resource experts, it is under serious stress.

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  • Robert Elvington

    Weather Forecast: Mild With Showers Possible Wednesday

    Expect well above normal highs but showers remain possible Wednesday.

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  • Max Rodriguez

    Staying safe on the road this Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving is just a few days away, and the rain is forecast throughout the holiday weekend. Therefore a Caltrans official recommends taking it easy on the streets during travel time.

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  • Max Rodriguez

    Body of missing French-Canadian man found at Arcata Marsh by his father

    The body of the missing 25-year-old French Canadian man, who was last seen at the Arcata Marsh in early November, was recovered not too far from where he was last seen alive.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    HCSO: Man arrested at Eureka strip club after grabbing deputy's groin

    A man was arrested during the early morning hours of Sunday, Nov. 19 after he physically assaulted security staff then sheriff's deputies, including grabbing a deputy in the groin and refusing to let go, according to the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office.

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  • Mike Krueger

    Tuesday, November 21st Forecast: Not as wet today or tomorrow

    After a wet and cool day across Northern California most of us will dry out today and tomorrow before more rain moves in just in time for Thanksgiving.

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  • Robert Elvington

    Weather Forecast: Drier But Showers Possible Tuesday

    Showers will remain possible Tuesday but not nearly as wet as Monday.

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  • Alex Hasenstab

    Humboldt County purchases three needle disposal kiosks

  • Max Rodriguez

    Final four miles of Humboldt Bay Trail may be 'challenging'

  • Marissa Papanek

    2 arrested in Loleta after vehicle search turns up guns, drugs and arrest warrant

    After a search of a suspicious vehicle Saturday, a man and woman were arrested in Loleta when deputies found weapons, marijuana and drug paraphernalia, according to the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office (HCSO).

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  • Trinity
    BLM, U.S. Forest Service release cause of Helena Fire
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    Haleigh Pike

    BLM, U.S. Forest Service release cause of Helena Fire

    The Bureau of Land Management and the United States Forest Service have determined the cause of the Helena Fire, that burned in Trinity County, was caused by a tree branch coming in contact with a power line.

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  • North Coast NEWS
    Humboldt County groups offer free Thanksgiving meals to the public
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    Alex Hasenstab

    Humboldt County groups offer free Thanksgiving meals to the public

    The Arcata House Partnership, a homeless advocacy nonprofit organization, offered a free Thanksgiving Day meal to the public.

    Read More »
  • Max Rodriguez

    Preventing property theft in Humboldt this Thanksgiving

    Turkey, stuffing and mashed potatoes are probably on your mind this holiday, but before traveling for the holiday weekend, the Eureka Police Department (EPD) is reminding homeowners to take precautions to keep their properties safe.

    Read More »
  • North Coast NEWS
    Retailers look to woo shoppers from rivals as Amazon grows
    David Ryder/Getty Images
    Nazy Javid

    Retailers look to woo shoppers from rivals as Amazon grows

    Toys and TVs at J.C. Penney, Barbies at Best Buy, kitchen appliances like wine refrigerators at B.J.'s. As the holiday shopping season officially kicks off Thursday, shoppers may find some surprises at their favorite stores.

    Read More »
  • Alex Hasenstab

    Eureka police patrol downtown businesses as part of new night watch program

    Eureka Police Department's night watch has come up with a new way to make their protective presence known, according to Chief Steve Watson

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  • Marissa Papanek

    3 arrested in Garberville for possessing assault weapons, drugs

    Three people were arrested in Garberville Wednesday after an anonymous tip about a wanted woman's location led deputies to a car full of guns and drugs, according to the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    CHP: Pursuit ends with suspect jumping from Samoa Bridge

    A man is still on the run after police said he jumped off the Samoa Bridge and into the Humboldt Bay in an effort to escape a pursuit while driving a stolen vehicle, according to the California Highway Patrol.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Fish waste spills onto Eureka roads, traffic delayed

    Eureka streets were covered in fish waste on Tuesday morning, when a truck carrying the smelly scraps slammed on its breaks to avoid a traffic collision, according to the Eureka Police Department (EPD).

    Read More »
  • Marissa Papanek

    Eureka police searching for suspect who robbed man at knife-point

    A suspect is being sought by police for robbing a man at knife-point outside a Eureka bank Monday, according to police.

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  • Max Rodriguez

    The Eel River under stress: Experts dig for solutions

    The Eel River is one of the largest tributaries in Northern California, and according to natural resource experts, it is under serious stress.

    Read More »
  • Max Rodriguez

    Staying safe on the road this Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving is just a few days away, and the rain is forecast throughout the holiday weekend. Therefore a Caltrans official recommends taking it easy on the streets during travel time.

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  • Max Rodriguez

    Body of missing French-Canadian man found at Arcata Marsh by his father

    The body of the missing 25-year-old French Canadian man, who was last seen at the Arcata Marsh in early November, was recovered not too far from where he was last seen alive.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    HCSO: Man arrested at Eureka strip club after grabbing deputy's groin

    A man was arrested during the early morning hours of Sunday, Nov. 19 after he physically assaulted security staff then sheriff's deputies, including grabbing a deputy in the groin and refusing to let go, according to the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office.

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  • Alex Hasenstab

    Humboldt County purchases three needle disposal kiosks

  • Max Rodriguez

    Final four miles of Humboldt Bay Trail may be 'challenging'

  • Marissa Papanek

    2 arrested in Loleta after vehicle search turns up guns, drugs and arrest warrant

    After a search of a suspicious vehicle Saturday, a man and woman were arrested in Loleta when deputies found weapons, marijuana and drug paraphernalia, according to the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office (HCSO).

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Jury declares 'guilty' verdict for man charged with Manila arson

    A Manila man was found guilty of arson by jury, connecting back to an incident in August when officials say the defendant assaulted a man then set his camp structure on fire.

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  • Max Rodriguez

    Humboldt man who worked at Rancho Tehama School reflects on recent shooting

    A Humboldt County man who used to be a substitute teacher at Rancho Tehama Elementary School spoke exclusively with North Coast News Thursday, sharing details about the small community where a gunman opened fire and killed five people.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Hit-and-run in Trinity River area ends with both parties arrested

    A hit-and-run Wednesday morning resulted in both parties involved being arrested, according to the California Highway Patrol (CHP).

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  • Alex Hasenstab

    Downed power line at Eureka High football field sparks small fire

    At around 6 p.m., Wednesday, Humboldt Bay Fire responded to a call for a downed power line near N Street on the Eureka Highschool football field.

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  • Max Rodriguez

    'Justice for Josiah' demonstrators march to Arcata City Council meeting

    Seven months have passed since the murder of Humboldt State University student David Josiah Lawson. The 19-year-old was stabbed outside of an Arcata house party in April, and the crime remains unsolved.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Willits man injured after truck carrying lumber rolls down mountainside

    A truck driver sustained major injuries while driving a tractor trailer full of lumber that careened down a dirt embankment and flipped over Tuesday, according to officers.

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  • Alex Hasenstab

    Sheriff's Office provides update on Manila kindergarten field trip shooting

    A group of around 30 kindergarten children ventured out to the Humboldt Coastal Nature Center in Manila for their school's annual lantern walk on Nov. 9. Soon after, witnesses said they could hear shots being fired from a distance. When shots came closer, the group was forced to take cover under a nearby tree.

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  • Max Rodriguez

    Plans for multi-million dollar treatment facility announced at Opioid Town Hall

    Opioid addiction is not only a topic of conversation in the Humboldt County community, it is an everyday reality for residents.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Hoopa man arrested during investigation into 'SWAT' armed robbery spree

    A man was arrested on several weapons charges during an investigation into a string of armed robberies involving men in fake SWAT gear that took place Nov. 2 and 3.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Major roadwork will slow down travel time for Humboldt and Del Norte drivers

    Caltrans has scheduled major roadwork in several counties, including Humboldt and Del Norte Counties, from Friday, Nov. 10 through Thursday, Nov. 16.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Bomb threat causes evacuation at Del Norte High School

    The Del Norte High School in Crescent City was evacuated Monday after the school received a bomb threat.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Coast Guard Sector Humboldt Bay rescues 16-year-old hiker from cliff

    A 16-year-old boy was rescued by a Coast Guard helicopter crew after he fell from the Coastal Trail on Highway 101 and was stranded 300 feet up from a cliff near Crescent City on October 14.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Humboldt County air quality update for October 11

    Smoke and haze from the wildfires in Northern California are impacting the air quality in Humboldt County.

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  • Miranda Hutchison

    Klamath house fire being investigated as arson-homicide

    A man died after a home caught fire in June and now deputies are investigating it as an arson-homicide, according to the Del Norte County Sheriff's Office.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Wet weather helps improve air quality

    The recent wet weather will provide good smoke dispersion and reduce fire action on all the fires across the North Coast, according to the North Coast Unified Air Quality District.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    North Coast Air quality update shows signs of improvement

    Periods of rain, showers and cooler air temperatures for the past week have improved air quality in all areas within the jurisdiction, according to the North Coast Unified Air Management District (NCUAQMD).

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  • Geneva Peppars

    North Coast air quality update, air is improving

    There are currently no air quality advisories or alerts in effect, according to the North Coast Unified Air Quality Management District (NCUAQMD), but for how long?

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  • Haleigh Pike

    Air quality alerts downgraded to advisories due to change in weather patterns

    An air quality advisory has been issued for Wednesday on the Northcoast but there are no longer air quality alerts currently in effect due to a change in the weather patterns.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    School districts cancel class due to unhealthy air quality

    There are several school closures throughout the North Coast due to the unhealthy air quality.

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  • North Coast NEWS
    Air Quality Alert: Everything you need to know about clean air shelters
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    Geneva Peppars

    Air Quality Alert: Everything you need to know about clean air shelters

    There are several clean air shelters set up along the north coast to escape the unhealthy air quality conditions.

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  • Josh Copitch

    'Unhealthy' to 'Hazardous' air conditions on the North Coast

    As smoke continues to be pushed from Siskiyou County and Oregon the air quality along the North Coast keeps getting worse. The North Coast Unified Air Quality Management District has the following to say about Humboldt, Del Norte and Trinity County:

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  • Geneva Peppars

    BLM offers young wild horses and burros for adoption in Del Norte

    The Bureau of Land Management is holding a public auction of wild horses and burros on August 26 in Crescent City.

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  • Josh Copitch

    North Coast under unhealthy air quality advisory

    Smoke on the North Coast primarily coming from the Orleans Complex, Eclipse Complex, Salmon August Complex, and Ruth Complex.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Sheriff: Three teens missing out of Del Norte County

  • Geneva Peppars

    Police searching for man who assaulted an officer in Crescent City

    The Crescent City Police Department is searching for a man who punched an officer several times in the face and then ran away.

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  • PenAir announces reorganization, files for Chapter 11

    An air carrier based in Alaska says it's filing a Chapter 11 reorganization plan.

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  • North Coast NEWS
    Tangled whale rescued near Crescent City
    Copyright © 2017 by KECI, KCFW, KTVM. The Associated Press contributed to this report. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
    Nazy Javid

    Tangled whale rescued near Crescent City

    Rescuers have freed a badly tangled humpback whale caught by fishing anchors that were dragging it to the ocean floor.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    South Dakota woman dies in head-on crash on Highway 199

    A 54-year-old woman from South Dakota sustained fatal injuries in a traffic collision that occurred on Highway 199 on July 16, according to officials.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Annual dance demonstration by the Tolowa tribe July 15

    On Saturday, July 15, members of the Tolowa Nation will present an annual dance called the Tolowa Honoring and Sharing Dance Demonstration.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Suspect sustained critical injuries, Del Norte deputy 'doing really well'

    A Del Norte sheriff's deputy was in pursuit of a man who fled from a traffic stop, when the situation turned into an exchange of gunfire, leaving both shooters injured, according to the California Highway Patrol (CHP).

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Update: Officer and suspect sustain injuries from Del Norte shooting

    One Del Norte County Sheriff Deputy sustained a gunshot wound and is currently in stable condition, according to the Del Norte Sheriff's Office.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Multiple agencies respond to a vegetation fire near Smith River on Monday

    Monday evening multiple agencies responded to a vegetation fire near Smith River, according to the Fort Dick Fire Department.

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  • North Coast NEWS
    Texas congressman says Del Norte County judge made the right decision not to run again
    poe.house.gov via CNN
    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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  • Marissa Papanek

    Willits man injured after truck carrying lumber rolls down mountainside

    A truck driver sustained major injuries while driving a tractor trailer full of lumber that careened down a dirt embankment and flipped over Tuesday, according to officers.

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  • Josh Copitch

    Willits police investigating attempted murder, suspect in custody

    The Willits Police Department is investigating an attempted murder that took place early Saturday morning.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Vehicle versus deer collisions on the rise

    Autumn is mating season for deer, which means the animals are less cautious about darting out into the road, according to Caltrans, which creates a hazard for drivers.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Ukiah sex offender sentenced to state prison

    A Ukiah man was booked into state prison Tuesday morning after being convicted by plea of intent to commit a felony sex act.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Rockslide closes both lanes of Highway 101 near Piercy

    Due to a rock and mudslide, U.S. Highway 101 is closed and traffic is being rerouted near Piercy.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Covelo man arrested on 2 felony warrants

    A Covelo man who has been wanted on two no-bail felony warrants was arrested last Wednesday, according to the Mendocino County Sheriff's Department (MCSO).

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Teenage girl dies in hospital after Mendocino wildfires

    A teenage girl died in a hospital three weeks after she was severely burned in a fire that tore through Mendocino County, California. Her death raised the number of those killed in the state's wildfires this month to 43.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    October firestorm update: 5 major fires still burning in California

    About 1,000 firefighters remain on the front lines of five active wildfires, CAL FIRE said Monday morning. Firefighters continue to extinguish hot spots and perform fire suppression repair work.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    2 arrested in Ukiah for possessing meth during triple car crash

    Two men were arrested in Ukiah Friday after a three-car accident revealed two of the cars were being driven by men possessing meth, according to police.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    MCSO: 3 arrested, 1 wanted for kidnapping and marijuana theft in Willits

    Three suspects from Indiana were arrested Friday for allegedly robbing three victims at gunpoint and forcing them into a closet before stealing marijuana from them in a Willits home, according to the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office (MCSO).

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  • Marissa Papanek

    4 members of 'Jackson 5' convicted on armed robbery charges

    The remainder of a group of defendants arrested in July of 2016 for their involvement in a marijuana robbery on Covelo Road have resolved their cases as of Thursday morning, according to the Mendocino County District Attorney (MCDA).

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Redwood Valley man arrested for shooting at firefighters

    A man shot a gun at a CAL FIRE crew in Redwood Valley at around midnight on Oct. 14, according to officials. The firefighters were busy battling flames from the devastating Redwood Valley Fire when they were reportedly shot at.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Man sentenced to prison for vehicular manslaughter in Ukiah

    A Willits man was sentenced to over 11 years in state prison for committing vehicular manslaughter in Ukiah, according to the Mendocino County District Attorney's office. Justin Everett Phillips, 20, of Willits, was given the sentence of 140 months in prison Friday morning by the Mendocino County Superior Court.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    CalFire ranks Tubbs Fire as most destructive in state history

    According to CalFire, the Tubbs Fire is now the most destructive fire in California history. Four wildfires currently burning in Sonoma, Napa, Solano and Mendocino counties have also made CalFire's top 20 list.

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  • Josh Copitch

    $30 million in infrastructure projects allocated for the North Coast

    Caltrans added nearly 1,200 miles of pavement repair and 66 bridges to its growing list of projects to be delivered across the state, including some in the North Coast.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Remembering the victims: 8 dead from Redwood Valley Fire

    Eight people lost their lives in the Redwood Valley Fire, one of two fires that make up the Mendocino Lake Complex, according to the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office (MCSO). Officials released the identities of each victim along with a brief summation of the conditions surrounding their deaths.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Tri Counties Bank deposits $25,000 toward California fire relief fund

    Tri Counties Bank has started the California Fire Fund 2017 account with a initial deposit of $25,000 to benefit victims of the fires throughout Northern California.

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  • North Coast NEWS
    Psychologists needed to help wildfire evacuees cope with trauma
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    Nazy Javid

    Psychologists needed to help wildfire evacuees cope with trauma

    The California Psychological Association has sent out an "urgent request" by email to a distribution list of about 13,000 licensed psychologists seeking volunteers to help wildfire evacuees cope with emotional trauma.

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  • North Coast NEWS
    Mendocino County fire evacuees allowed to return home
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    Nazy Javid

    Mendocino County fire evacuees allowed to return home

    Officials say all 8,000 people evacuated from homes in Mendocino County have now been allowed to return. Tens of thousands of evacuees in other hard-hit counties, including Napa and Sonoma, are still waiting for permission to go back to their communities.

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  • North Coast NEWS
    FEMA to help Northern California residents impacted by fires
    Copyright 2017 CNN
    Geneva Peppars

    FEMA to help Northern California residents impacted by fires

    Residents of Butte, Lake, Mendocino, and Yuba can register for disaster assistance with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), if they are able to do so.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Officials release re-population plan for Tomki Road areas

    The Mendocino County Sheriff's Office has issued a re-population plan for the Tomki Road area in Redwood Valley.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Mendocino County opens assistance center for fire victims

    Starting on Tuesday, October 17, Mendocino County will be coordinating a local assistance center (LAC) for individuals, families and businesses impacted by the Redwood Fire.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    CAL Fire officials release repopulation plan for southern Redwood Valley

    Cal Fire officials have issued a repopulation plan for southern Redwood Valley.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Local high school partners with Humboldt businesses to support fire victims

    St. Bernard's Academy is partnering with local businesses to collect food for victims of the North Bay fires in Mendocino and Sonoma counties.

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  • Trinity
    Missing Arizona man's car found in Trinity County
    Josh Copitch

    Missing Arizona man's car found in Trinity County

    An Arizona man who was traveling to Washington State might be missing in Trinity County.

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  • Trinity
    BLM, U.S. Forest Service release cause of Helena Fire
    Copyright 2017 by KRCRTV.com All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
    Haleigh Pike

    BLM, U.S. Forest Service release cause of Helena Fire

    The Bureau of Land Management and the United States Forest Service have determined the cause of the Helena Fire, that burned in Trinity County, was caused by a tree branch coming in contact with a power line.

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  • Courtney Kreider

    Northstate gets five new MedSafe disposal kiosks

    Owens Pharmacy installed MedSafe medication disposal kiosks, provided by NoRxAbuse, in five of its locations, bringing additional convenient and safe medication disposal options to Redding, Anderson, and Weaverville.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Hit-and-run in Trinity River area ends with both parties arrested

    A hit-and-run Wednesday morning resulted in both parties involved being arrested, according to the California Highway Patrol (CHP).

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Hoopa man arrested during investigation into 'SWAT' armed robbery spree

    A man was arrested on several weapons charges during an investigation into a string of armed robberies involving men in fake SWAT gear that took place Nov. 2 and 3.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    4 injured when SUV flips multiple times down Trinity mountainside

    Four people from Nevada were injured Friday after a car carrying them rolled over several times down a mountainside in the Trinity River area.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    2 arrested after child welfare check turns up meth, marijuana

    Two men were arrested and two children were taken into custody by Child Welfare Services Thursday after a child welfare check led deputies to a slew of illegal drugs.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    TCSO: Man arrested for stabbing in Weaverville after hit by vehicle

    A Trinity County man was arrested on felony assault charges after authorities said he stabbed another man at a Weaverville business, according to the Trinity County Sheriff’s Office

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  • Trinity
    New victim comes forward in case against former Trinity County teacher
    Haleigh Pike

    New victim comes forward in case against former Trinity County teacher

    A new victim has come forward in the case against former Trinity County teacher David Frederick.

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  • Trinity
    2 prescribed burns planned in Trinity County starting Wednesday
    Josh Copitch

    2 prescribed burns planned in Trinity County starting Wednesday

    The Trinity River Management Unit of the Shasta-Trinity National Forest and the Watershed Center are planning to conduct two prescribed fires on Nov. 1 and 2 north of Weaverville.

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  • North Coast NEWS
    Trinity woman arrested for stabbing victim several times over drugs
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    Miranda Hutchison

    Trinity woman arrested for stabbing victim several times over drugs

    A victim was stabbed several times in the back with scissors reportedly over marijuana in Weaverville on Wednesday, according to the Trinity County Sheriff's Office.

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  • Courtney Kreider

    1,400 Freshmen explore "STEM" Career Day

    1,400 freshman from across the Northstate were at the Shasta District Fairgrounds Friday where they got an up-close look at their future after high school.

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  • Trinity
    Trinity Co. Public Health urges residents to get measles vaccine
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    Josh Copitch

    Trinity Co. Public Health urges residents to get measles vaccine

    Trinity County Public Health is urging people to get vaccinated as the measles resurgence across the country continues.

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  • Trinity
    Highway 299: Latest road conditions between Junction City and Helena
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    Haleigh Pike

    Highway 299: Latest road conditions between Junction City and Helena

    Caltrans has announced a new road schedule for Highway 299 between Junction City and Helena that will be effective Wednesday, October 18 through Monday, October 23.

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  • Trinity
    Former Trinity Co. teacher facing new child molestation charges
    Courtney Kreider

    Former Trinity Co. teacher facing new child molestation charges

    A former Trinity County teacher appeared in court Wednesday, charged with two more felony counts of lewd and lascivious acts against a second victim under the age of 14.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Tri Counties Bank deposits $25,000 toward California fire relief fund

    Tri Counties Bank has started the California Fire Fund 2017 account with a initial deposit of $25,000 to benefit victims of the fires throughout Northern California.

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  • Trinity
    Office of Emergency Services responsibilities change in Trinity Co.
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    Haleigh Pike

    Office of Emergency Services responsibilities change in Trinity Co.

    According to a press release put out by the Trinity County Sheriff's Office, the Trinity County Board of Supervisors voted to move the responsibilities of the Office of Emergency Services from the Sheriff's Office to Health and Human Services.

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  • Trinity
    Trinity County teacher in court for child molestation
    Courtney Kreider

    Trinity County teacher in court for child molestation

    A former "Lead Teacher" at Coffee Creek School District appeared in court for charges on child molestation in Trinity County Monday.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Trinity County Solid Waste now accepting burnt brush disposal

    The Trinity County Solid Waste Department will now start to accept clean brush, small trees and landscaping material at the Junction City Transfer Station.

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  • Trinity
    Mandatory evacuations ordered for Buck Fire in Trinity Co.
    Josh Copitch

    Mandatory evacuations ordered for Buck Fire in Trinity Co.

    The U.S. Forest Service covering the Shasta-Trinity National Forest has placed a mandatory evacuation order for areas near the Buck Fire.

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  • Josh Copitch

    CAL FIRE, Forest Service responds to fire near Mad River

    A fire is burning near the community of Mad River in Trinity County.

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  • Trinity
    Parents react to molestation allegations at a Trinity school
    Courtney Kreider

    Parents react to molestation allegations at a Trinity school

    Parents are saying someone should have noticed the alleged inappropriate behavior from the "Lead Teacher" at Coffee Creek School in Trinity County.

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  • Trinity
    Trinity County teacher arrested for molestation of students
    Kelli Saam

    Trinity County teacher arrested for molestation of students

    David C. Frederick was arrested on several counts of molestation after reportedly admitting to sexual relationships with underage students.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Humboldt County air quality update for October 11

    Smoke and haze from the wildfires in Northern California are impacting the air quality in Humboldt County.

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Eureka, CA 95503

53°F

Overcast Feels like 53°
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  • 100%
  • 53°
  • 30.17 in
  • 7:14 AM
  • 4:51 PM

TONIGHT

48°F
Mostly Cloudy

  • 3 mph ENE
  • 10%
  • 4:51 PM
  • Thursday

    65° / 50°
  • Friday

    57° / 48°
  • Saturday

    67° / 54°
  • Sunday

    57° / 45°
  • Monday

    54° / 42°
  • Tuesday

    56° / 43°

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