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Volunteers beautify Eureka in 90 Minutes - KIEM-TV | Redwood News
Eureka, Ca., (KIEM)Over a dozen of volunteers showed up to Vigor Street Saturday afternoon ready to clean in green.
Woman arrested after allegedly breaking windows at 2 Eureka businesses
Responding officers located a female subject nearby, who closely matched the description(s) provided by the RPs. Officers attempted to contact the female subject but she fled on foot. Officers pursued her. When officers caught up with her, she resisted their attempts to detain her. After a brief alt
2 Eureka residents arrested for alleged connection to stolen vehicle parked outside Arcata CVS
On 10/19/18 at about 4:37 AM, Officers recognized two subjects, Tyrel Brannon age 27 of Eureka, and Krystina Dias, age 29 of Eureka, walking into CVS Pharmacy at 600 F St in Arcata. Both subjects were known to have active felony warrants for their arrest. Brannon was wanted for a Post Release Commu
So Long, Mr. Fish
You're going to have to get your Christmas crab someplace else this year. Mr. Fish (2740 Broadway), the iconic Eureka shop that's been shelling out shellfish and doling out sole for 47 years, is closing indefinitely Oct. 26.
Riverbar Pharms is Humboldt County’s first ‘bud-and-breakfast’
The two-story Victorian at 355 River Bar Road might look like another remodeled farmhouse, but it’s not.It’s Riverbar Pharms, Humboldt County’s first “bud and breakfast,” where patrons are not only allowed to consume cannabis but are encouraged to do so. The establishment opened its doors this past
Jon Goldberg sentenced to 15 years to life in 2016 Fortuna murder
A judge denied a request for a new trial for Jon Goldberg, who was convicted of killing Tim Smith at his Rohnerville Road home in September 2016.Visiting Judge Graham Cribbs also sentenced Goldberg to 15 years to life for the murder and struck a weapons enhancement that could have added another 25 y
Eureka girls, Fortuna boys top seeds ahead of HDNL tourney
Eureka High girls soccer and Fortuna boys soccer will enter next week’s Humboldt-Del Norte League tournament as No. 1 seeds after claiming Big 5 Conference championships earlier this week. The tournament begins Tuesday, Oct. 23 and will conclude on Saturday, Oct. 27 with both the boys and girls cham
Tonight, Eureka Police Surrounded Home Near Church Where Suspect Was Attempting to Hide
According to a Sergeant with the Eureka Police, the man with a felony warrant had concealed himself in the home but after officers gathered at the residence, he surrendered.
City Of Eureka proposes Car Dealership Park along highway 101 - KIEM-TV | Redwood News
EUREKA, CA. (KIEM)-Local car dealerships may be able to expand, or relocate along highway 101. The City of Eureka is calling it an effective way to use abandoned space. The City of Eureka Development Service Department met with four local dealership owners to discuss the potential interest in a car
APD: 2 arrested after police link them to stolen car with stolen plates and burglary
On Oct. 19 at about 4:37 a.m., APD officers recognized 27-year-old Tyrel Brannon of Eureka and 29-year-old Krystina Dias of Eureka, walking into the CVS Pharmacy at 600 F St. in Arcata. Police said they knew both had active felony warrants out for their arrest. Brannon was wanted for a Post Release
Alert: Large Bear Seen on College of the Redwoods Campus
Identify yourself by talking calmly so the bear knows you are a human and not a prey animal. Remain still; stand your ground but slowly wave your arms. Help the bear recognize you as a human. It may come closer or stand on its hind legs to get a better look or smell. A standing bear is usually curio
Eureka development director says In-N-Out will 'likely' be coming to Eureka
EUREKA, Calif. —Rumors of the fast food chain In-N-Out coming to Eureka have circulated in the past, but on Tuesday Eureka's development director Rob Holmlund told North Coast News it's "likely to happen."Holmlund says an application has been submitted for a building at the corner of Broadway and Vi
One arrested after fight in Old Town Eureka causes damage to businesses - KIEM-TV | Redwood News
Some nearby businesses’ windows were broken as a result of that fight. When police arrived just before 6:00PM, the female suspect fled on foot. Eureka police did catch up to her, and made an arrest. She has since been booked into the Humboldt County Jail. As for the male suspect, he was no longer on
Raliberto’s Taco Shop closed after inspection finds cockroaches
“Observed two live nymph stage cockroaches behind 2-door refrigerator,” the report stated. “Observed evidence of dead cockroach bodies in various stages throughout the kitchen (on the floor, in electrical box, in mop sink).”
Letter: Vote Mario Fernandez for Eureka City Schools board
As an elementary teacher in Eureka, I can tell you that we have been asking our Board and Administration for support for both our students and our teachers for years — but with no success. Mario Fernandez gets it. He supports having a counselor at every elementary school and an aide in the classroom
Letter: Eureka ought to abandon revamp of H and I streets
What’s this all about? The proposal to modify H and I streets in Eureka is simply unnecessary and too costly. Throwing good money after bad is never a good idea. I didn’t realize that the city had so much disposable money that they can afford to rip up H and I to appease those few who live there in
Council gives the green light for an off-road vehicle track and on-site cannabis consumption permits - KIEM-TV | Redwood News
Public attractions, or dangers to public health. Tonight Eureka City Council gave the green light for on-site cannabis consumption lounges, and for an off-road vehicle track on Samoa Airport Property.
STATE OF EUREKA: In Today's Eureka, Policing is About Much More Than Arresting Bad Guys
NOTE:With an uncommonly crowded field of candidates for city council and mayor in Eureka this year, theOutpostis taking a closer look at some of the city’s most significant and oft-discussed issues, including economic development, needles, and, in this installment, crime and policing.
Court roundup: Updates on three local homicide cases
Dean, who appeared in court in custody, was represented by Deputy Public Defender Ben McLaughlin, and he stands accused of stabbing and killing 52-year-old Anthony Pennucci outside Pennucci’s Valley West apartment in Arcata on Oct. 25, 2015.
Pollution sours Freshwater field trip
Pieces of cupboards, particle board, aluminum cans, and other miscellaneous debris pile up less than 15 feet from a sign threatening prosecution over illegal dumping on Oct. 13 in Freshwater. | Photo by Deija Zavala