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Humboldt Bay Fire responds to an arson call in Eureka - KIEM-TV | Redwood News
Eureka, Ca-Humboldt Bay Fire responded to an arson fire earlier tonight, at the old Jacobs Education Center in eureka .
Video showing Arcata altercation between HSU police officer, woman prompts investigations
The woman, Samantha Alonso Luna, posted several videos on Facebook on Sunday purportedly showing herself in the front seat of a vehicle and speaking with a female UPD officer in whose identity is currently unknown. The county jail booking reports show the arresting officer’s last name was Jackson, w
Car Fire by the Humboldt County Library in Eureka
At approximately 7:15 p.m., a vehicle caught on fire near the Humboldt County Library. Photographer Mark McKenna captured these images.Bystanders reported hearing tires popping. It sounded like explosions.
Arcata Rancher Charged on 35 Counts Related to Animal Cruelty Investigation
Raymond Christie, the Arcata rancherarrested on suspicion of animal cruelty on Mar. 19, has been formally charged by the Humboldt County District Attorney's office on 35 counts, mostly related to animal cruelty and neglect.
Oyster Fest Arrest Goes Viral; Racial Bias Alleged
Any hope thatracial tensions from the stabbing death of David Josiah Lawsonwould cool down over summer, got a reality check this weekend when a Hispanic woman and College of the Redwoods student, Samantha Alonso Luna, age 20, was arrested by Humboldt State University Police Sergeant Janelle Jackson
California cow that vied for title of tallest bovine dies
FILE - In this Sept. 6, 2016, file photo, co-owner Ken Farley of Ferndale, Calif., and animal care supervisor Amanda Auston, right, tend to Danniel, a giant Holstein steer, at the Sequoia Park Zoo in Eureka, Calif. The 1-ton Holstein steer that loved to eat bread and received international attention
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Sister of detained immigrant pleads for her release
Claudia Portillo, an undocumented Arcata resident and mother to four daughters, has been granted release on a $12,000 bond after seven months of immigration detention, and her community is arranging to pay for her release. The North Coast community has advocated for Ms. Portillo’s release both at ho
Danniel, the world's tallest cow, dies in Bayside Saturday
A beloved member of the Humboldt community, the world's tallest cow passed away Saturday morning. Danniel was a Holstein Friesian steer, housed at a farm in Bayside when he died. Ken and Ann Farley raised him since he was a calf.
Petition to put McKinley statue's fate on November ballot gets enough signatures
"They needed 954 signatures, they got 1,426 registered voters of Arcata," Dory said. "And now the city council has the choice to either adopt it as an ordinance or put it on the November ballot."
Temps will heat up as start of summer approaches
As the first day of summer approaches, the weather is expected to be warmer and dryer, according to a National Weather Service Eureka meteorologist.
EPD: 2 sent to hospital after Ford versus Chevy crash in Eureka Friday
At about 1:15 p.m. Friday, two cars collided at the intersection of Wabash and F Streets, sending two people to the hospital by ambulance, according to Eureka police.
Occupied stolen vehicle found near Eureka, one arrested
On June 13, 2018, at about 9 p.m., Humboldt County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to a residence located on the 1200 block of Allard Ave., in the county jurisdiction of Eureka, for the report of a disturbance about a vehicle.
EPD: Driver of black Toyota Celica wanted for hit-and-run in Eureka Friday morning
According to police, a black Toyota Celica was going east on Seventh Street when the driver ran a red light, causing the driver of a blue Cadillac to crash into it. The Cadillac was heading south on H Street when the collision occurred.
Festival goers pack Arcata Plaza for 28th annual Oyster Festival
Jordan Chasescott, left, and Myel Gilkerson of North Bay Shellfish and Humboldt Bay Oyster Company man a grill at the Arcata Bay Oyster Festival.Shaun Walker — The Times-Standard
Clarke Museum to open new redwoods exhibit
The Clarke Historical Museum, located at 240 E St. in Eureka, is opening a new exhibit July 7 from 6 to 9 p.m. during Arts Alive!
Thanks to volunteers of Keep Eureka Beautiful
With all the challenges our community experiences, it’s so gratifying to know there is a group of civic-minded Eureka residents committed to pushing back in a positive manner. As has been said so many times before, sometimes it is the little things that matter.
Traffic Accident/ Vehicle on Fire West of Arcata
At approximately 4:30 p.m. two vehicles collided on State Route 255 near Jackson Ranch Road. One white vehicle is in a ditch and on fire according to scanner information. The first report to emergency dispatch indicates that there is at least one person screaming.UPDATE 4:40 p.m.:The vehicle is now
Ferndale mother accused of attacking daughter awaits judge ruling - KIEM-TV | Redwood News
EUREKA, CA. (KIEM)– Accused of trying to kill her young daughter, a Ferndale woman is pleading not guilty by reason of insanity.
Warrant suspect arrested after foot chase in Eureka
On June 12, 2018, at about 10:40 p.m., an officer with the Eureka Police Department was conducting routine patrol checks when he observed a felony warrant suspect in the driver seat of a vehicle parked at a gas station on the 100 block of West Harris Street. The warrant suspect was 28 year old Danie