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  • Geneva Peppars

    Deputies looking for Hoopa armed robbery suspect

    Deputies are searching for an armed-robbery suspect that is currently at large, according to the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Body found in Eel River identified as Massachusetts man

    On Saturday, May 20, at around 3:48 p.m, deputies responded to a call of a body on the river bank of the South Fork of the Eel River, according to the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Police investigating an alleged assault at a local school

    The Eureka Police Department released a statement in response to a video posted on social media of an assault at Zane Middle School.

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  • Mike Krueger

    Monday, May 22nd Forecast: Slightly warmer today and tomororw

    We are still on track to see above average highs today and tomorrow before we see a slight drop the rest of the week.

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  • Eureka Weather
    Weather Forecast: Temps peak Monday with Light Winds
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    Jeremy Linder

    Weather Forecast: Temps peak Monday with Light Winds

    Temperatures are still heating up across the North Coast as we head into a new work week.

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  • Eureka Weather
    Weather Forecast: Temperatures heat up to finish the Weekend
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    Jeremy Linder

    Weather Forecast: Temperatures heat up to finish the Weekend

    The heat is building in across the North Coast as a ridge of high pressure becomes centered over the region.

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  • Miranda Hutchison

    Men appear to be golfing off graves in Eureka, cemetery responds

    Kate Newton was at the Ocean View Cemetery in Eureka, when she said she saw something disturbing. She took out her phone and filmed what appeared to be men golfing on the grave sites.

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  • Miranda Hutchison

    MCSO: K9 to recieve protective vest thanks to charity donation

    According to the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office (MCSO), their K9 Rex, will receive a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation.

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  • Max Rodriguez

    Traveling volunteers help local community

    They call themselves, volunteers on wheels. They are a traveling group of people who stop by communities across the nation to lend a hand and in return they get enough to continue on down the road.

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  • Robert Elvington

    Weather Forecast: Early Season Heat For The Inland

    Afternoon highs will run 10-15 degrees above normal this weekend for the inland. Near or record breaking afternoon highs also possible.

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  • North Coast NEWS
    Lawsuit against Eureka rehabilitation center alleges elder abuse
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    Geneva Peppars

    Lawsuit against Eureka rehabilitation center alleges elder abuse

    Marie White, a woman who was admitted into Eureka Rehabilitation and Wellness Center after developing dementia and suffering several falls, has filed a lawsuit against the center for elder abuse.

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  • Miranda Hutchison

    Humboldt County bomb squad detonates second 'suspicious device' this week

    Eureka police and the Humboldt County Sheriff's bomb squad detonated a suspicious device on Thursday, May 18 at around 10:45 p.m on Allard Avenue in Eureka.

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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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  • North Coast NEWS
    Arcata accepting applications for rental assistance program
    Danco Group
    Geneva Peppars

    Arcata accepting applications for rental assistance program

    The City of Arcata is accepting applications for its Tenant-Based Rental Assistance program, which will help out about 30 people or families who need help paying rent.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Measure Z funded road work scheduled in Arcata

    County roads in Arcata will be resurfaced on May 23, 24, 25, according to the Humboldt County Department of Public Works.

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  • Mike Krueger

    Friday, May 19th Forecast: Record breaking highs possible by early next week

    The warming trend we have been talking about is still right on track to bring us some record breaking heat by early next week.

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  • Max Rodriguez

    $10K reward announced to find Josiah Lawson's killer

    Charmaine Michelle Lawson, the mother of the 19-year-old Humboldt State University (HSU) student who police say was stabbed to death last month, is still looking for her son's killer and offering a ten-thousand-dollar reward for information that leads to an arrest.

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  • Nazy Javid

    Nearly 130 Humboldt County students earn Seal of Biliteracy

    Nearly 130 seniors, the largest group ever, from eight Humboldt County high schools, received Seal of Biliteracy medals and certificates by their administrators and teachers on Tuesday evening.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Shelter Cove pursuit suspect at large

  • Robert Elvington

    Weather Forecast: Well Above Normal Highs For The Inland

    Afternoon highs will climb another 5-10 degrees Friday for parts of the Northcoast.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Senate passes bill restricting gifts from pharma companies to doctors

    Today Senator McGuire's legislation that restricts pharmaceutical companies from giving gifts and incentives to medical professionals was approved in the Senate.

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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

    Suspected tree vandal arrested in Arcata

    Kenyatta Jones, 42, of Arcata was arrested for felony vandalism after vandalizing trees in downtown Arcata, according to the Arcata Police Department.

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  • Mike Krueger

    Thursday, May 18th Forecast: Warmer this weekend into early next week

    We are slowly watching our temperatures climb higher and higher as we approach the weekend and go into next week.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Deputies looking for Hoopa armed robbery suspect

    Deputies are searching for an armed-robbery suspect that is currently at large, according to the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Police investigating an alleged assault at a local school

    The Eureka Police Department released a statement in response to a video posted on social media of an assault at Zane Middle School.

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  • Miranda Hutchison

    MCSO: K9 to recieve protective vest thanks to charity donation

    According to the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office (MCSO), their K9 Rex, will receive a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation.

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  • Max Rodriguez

    Traveling volunteers help local community

    They call themselves, volunteers on wheels. They are a traveling group of people who stop by communities across the nation to lend a hand and in return they get enough to continue on down the road.

    Read More »
  • North Coast NEWS
    Lawsuit against Eureka rehabilitation center alleges elder abuse
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    Geneva Peppars

    Lawsuit against Eureka rehabilitation center alleges elder abuse

    Marie White, a woman who was admitted into Eureka Rehabilitation and Wellness Center after developing dementia and suffering several falls, has filed a lawsuit against the center for elder abuse.

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  • Miranda Hutchison

    Humboldt County bomb squad detonates second 'suspicious device' this week

    Eureka police and the Humboldt County Sheriff's bomb squad detonated a suspicious device on Thursday, May 18 at around 10:45 p.m on Allard Avenue in Eureka.

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  • North Coast NEWS
    Arcata accepting applications for rental assistance program
    Danco Group
    Geneva Peppars

    Arcata accepting applications for rental assistance program

    The City of Arcata is accepting applications for its Tenant-Based Rental Assistance program, which will help out about 30 people or families who need help paying rent.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Measure Z funded road work scheduled in Arcata

    County roads in Arcata will be resurfaced on May 23, 24, 25, according to the Humboldt County Department of Public Works.

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  • Max Rodriguez

    $10K reward announced to find Josiah Lawson's killer

    Charmaine Michelle Lawson, the mother of the 19-year-old Humboldt State University (HSU) student who police say was stabbed to death last month, is still looking for her son's killer and offering a ten-thousand-dollar reward for information that leads to an arrest.

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  • Nazy Javid

    Nearly 130 Humboldt County students earn Seal of Biliteracy

    Nearly 130 seniors, the largest group ever, from eight Humboldt County high schools, received Seal of Biliteracy medals and certificates by their administrators and teachers on Tuesday evening.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Shelter Cove pursuit suspect at large

  • Geneva Peppars

    Senate passes bill restricting gifts from pharma companies to doctors

    Today Senator McGuire's legislation that restricts pharmaceutical companies from giving gifts and incentives to medical professionals was approved in the Senate.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Suspected tree vandal arrested in Arcata

    Kenyatta Jones, 42, of Arcata was arrested for felony vandalism after vandalizing trees in downtown Arcata, according to the Arcata Police Department.

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  • Nazy Javid

    A bleak salmon season for local fishermen

    So far 2017 hasn’t been good on local tribes, fisheries, or those who depend on the salmon. And this year’s Klamath Chinook Salmon run is projected to be the lowest in history.

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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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  • Miranda Hutchison

    Miranda High School put on lockdown after man threatens suicide, shoots dog

    On Wednesday, May 17, the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office said Miranda High School was put on a brief lockdown after deputies responded to a report of a suicidal man with a gun.

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  • Miranda Hutchison

    $5 million approved for early Last Chance Grade fix

    The California Transportation Commission voted Wednesday, May 17, approving $5 million for initial environmental work towards the Last Chance Grade permanent solution, according to Senator Mike McGuire.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Eureka woman dies in custody at the Humboldt County jail

    A Humboldt County inmate died in custody after a deputy found her not breathing on Monday, May 15, according to the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Two Oregon residents arrested in Arcata for possesion of heroin

    Two Oregon residents were arrested in Arcata on Sunday, May 14 after officers discovered several ounces of heroin in their cars, according to the Arcata Police Department.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Emergency commercial rock crab fishery closure extended

    The emergency commercial rock crab fishery closure that was due to expire on May 16, has been extended, according to California Department of Fish and Wildlife Director Charlton H. Bonham.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    Video shows what appears to be a man using drugs in public

    A video of a man seemingly using drugs out in the open has community members outraged, bringing attention to what many say is a serious drug problem in Eureka.

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  • Miranda Hutchison

    State gas tax to fix roads, including Eureka's pothole problems

    After voters rejected a measure to increase the retail tax by half a percent in Humboldt County to invest on road repairs, Eureka officials are looking for funding to fix the roads.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Rain causes roadwork rescheduling in McKinleyville and Willow Creek

    05/16/17 UPDATE: Due to rain, the roadwork scheduled to start today in Mckinleyville and Willow Creek areas has been rescheduled. Roadwork is now scheduled for May 17, 18, 19, and 22.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Hearing for collapse of California's salmon fishery set for late May

    On May 24 at the State Capitol, there will be a Senate and Assembly joint committee hearing to discuss the collapse of California's salmon fishery.

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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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  • Geneva Peppars

    Crescent City man charged with elder abuse

    In Crescent City, Christopher Joseph Gregory, 31, was charged with multiple offenses on Tuesday, according to the Del Norte District Attorney's Office.

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  • North Coast NEWS
    Threat for flooding diminishes as rain becomes scattered
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    Jeremy Linder

    Threat for flooding diminishes as rain becomes scattered

    Heavy rains throughout Northern California created problems for the North Coast in the form of flooding but those has since subsided as rain becomes scattered for the evening.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Crescent City man charged with lewd acts on a child

    Mark Oliver Roehrig, 57, from Crescent City, has been charged with sexual penetration by a foreign object on a person under 16, oral copulation of a person under 16, and lewd act on a child.

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  • Danielle Radin

    Snow and slippery roads cause closure of schools

    A mixture of snow and rain have led to school closures in the Klamath Trinity Joint School District.

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  • Danielle Radin

    Crab fishermen go on multi-state strike amid price negotiations

    Thousands of crab fishermen in California, Oregon and Washington have officially gone on strike after negotiations failed to reach a solution between the Fisherman's Marketing Association and Pacific Choice Seafood.

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  • Danielle Radin

    Two major roads closed in Del Norte County

    Two major roads are shut down while Crescent City Public Works fixes them.

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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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  • Geneva Peppars

    Collision involving multiple cars results in fatality in Ukiah

    A head on collision turned into a multiple car crash which resulted in a fire and a fatality in Ukiah, according to the California Highway Patrol.

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  • North Coast NEWS
    Willits man found guilty of battery causing serious injury
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    Geneva Peppars

    Willits man found guilty of battery causing serious injury

    Charles Wallace Reynolds, 32, of Willits, was found guilty Wednesday morning by a Mendocino County Superior Court Jury of having committed battery causing serious bodily injury, according to the Mendocino County District Attorney's Facebook page.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Cloverdale man pleads no contest in Ukiah murder trial

    A Cloverdale man pleaded no contest to robbery and murder in connection to a September 2015 killing in Mendocino County marijuana garden, according to the Mendocino County District Attorney.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    Fort Bragg woman arrested for domestic battery

    A 28-year-old woman is in the Mendocino County Jail on charges of domestic violence battery after striking her partner in the face multiple times during an argument, according to the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office.

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  • North Coast NEWS
    Man arrested after allegedly pulling out a sword on deputies
    Mendocino County Sheriff's Office
    Geneva Peppars

    Man arrested after allegedly pulling out a sword on deputies

    Two Albion residents are in custody after barricading themselves inside their home and attempting to injure deputies with a sword, according to the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office.

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  • Marissa Papanek

    School bus with students on board collides with van

    A school bus with students on board collided with a van Monday, according to California Highway Patrol.

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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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  • Deputies: Two arrested after car chase

    A Eureka man was arrested on three charges following a traffic violation on March 16, according to the Mendocino County Sheriff’s department.

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  • Deputies: Man punches girlfriend with child in arms

    A Covelo man was arrested on multiple charges including domestic violence Tuesday night, according to the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office (MCSO).

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  • UPDATE: Covelo man arrested for allegedly shooting at tribal officer

    Jeffery Allan Joaquin, wanted for allegedly assaulting a tribal police officer in Covelo. He was taken into custody yesterday.

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  • North Coast NEWS
    MCSO: Voluntary medical marijuana zip ties are back
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    Geneva Peppars

    MCSO: Voluntary medical marijuana zip ties are back

    The Mendocino County Sheriff's Office announced today that they will immediately resume sales of voluntary zip ties for medical marijuana.

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  • Mendocino
    Final suspect in Laytonville murder arrested in New Jersey
    Josh Copitch

    Final suspect in Laytonville murder arrested in New Jersey

    The seventh suspect in a murder case out of Mendocino County was arrested on the east coast Friday

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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

    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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  • Trinity
    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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  • North Coast NEWS
    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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  • Geneva Peppars

    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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  • Trinity
    New schedule released for Highway 299W near Big French Creek
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    Haleigh Pike

    New schedule released for Highway 299W near Big French Creek

    Caltrans District 2 announced new hours for when Highway 299W will be open to motorists

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  • Zachary Lathouris

    UPDATE: CHP: Car involved in Klamath River crash found, three still missing

    The Orleans Fire department has located the car that was involved in an accident in which a mother and her two children went missing.

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  • Geneva Peppars

    CHP: Woman, two children still missing after car crash

    The names of the occupants of a car that crashed off Highway 96 into the Klamath River have been released by California Highway Patrol.

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  • Trinity
    Highway 299 to open to all traffic Sunday
    Josh Copitch

    Highway 299 to open to all traffic Sunday

    Highway 299 is planning to be opened on Sunday, March 5, to all traffic starting at 5:30 a.m.

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  • Trinity
    Man killed in February officer-involved-shooting identified
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    Josh Copitch

    Man killed in February officer-involved-shooting identified

    An officer involved shooting February left one man dead in Trinity County, the investigation into the incident is now being handled by the California Highway Patrol.

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  • Trinity
    Superintendent: Mold creates
    Noelle Medina

    Superintendent: Mold creates "emergency situation"

    Parts of Hayfork Elementary School and High School had to be closed due to mold

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  • Danielle Radin

    Stabbing in the Ruth Area of Trinity County

    The Trinity County Sheriff's Office confirmed a stabbing occurred in the Ruth area.

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