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UPDATE: Hundreds in Humboldt Slated to Lose Power

(October 21, 2020) UPDATE: While PG&E has reduced the size of an upcoming Public Safety Public Shutoff, Humboldt County remains in the scope, with a little under 300 customers in Alderpoint, Blocksburg,...

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Humboldt Marks 8 Months Since First COVID Case

(October 21, 2020) Eight months after Humboldt had its first confirmed COVID-19 case, becoming the first rural county in the United States to do so, the case total stands at 560, with...

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Updates: Progress on Red Salmon, Slater Fires

(October 21, 2020) Red Salmon Complex: 143,300 acres Containment: 72 percent With containment increasing, firefighters are pivoting from suppression to repair work and the task of recollecting equipment to take back to...

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August Complex: Perimeter Mostly Contained, Fire Weather Watch Tonight

(October 21, 2020) August Complex:  1,032,264 acres Containment: 91 percent The majority of the August Complex’s perimeter is contained, according to this morning’s update, with the lines are secure and mopped up...

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Garberville Homicide Victim Identified as 21-year-old Redding Woman

(October 21, 2020) The Humboldt County Coroner’s Office has positively identified the human remains discovered near the south Fork of the Eel River in Garberville Oct. 9 as those of 21-year-old Kadie...

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Virtual Veils: Photos of Saturday's Remote Dance Performance

(October 20, 2020) My original plan for Saturday evening was to stay home and watch the live-streamed Arcata Playhouse Arts presentation Intersections, Where We Meet. The Playhouse's theater venue has been closed for...

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Humboldt Holds onto 'Minimal' Risk Tier

(October 20, 2020) Public Health confirmed four new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the county's total at 558. Another hospitalization was also reported. Under new California Department of Public Health data, Humboldt County...

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NWS Issues Freeze Watch

(October 20, 2020) The National Weather Service Eureka has issued a freeze watch for inland areas as cold temperatures are expected on Thursday morning.  According to the warning, frost and freezing temperatures...

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Crash by the Bayshore Mall

(October 19, 2020) About 5:45 p.m., two vehicles collided at the Bayshore Mall. Southbound traffic is backed up from Truesdale to Vigo on Broadway with both lanes closed. But northbound traffic is...

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Head-on Crash on Samoa Bridge

(October 19, 2020) Humboldt Bay Battalion Chief Chris Emmons said four patients were taken to the hospital with moderate and major injuries after a Dodge truck and a SUV collided head on...

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Humboldt Sees Ninth COVID-Related Death: A Person in Their 30s

(October 19, 2020) Public Health reported a person in their 30s has become Humboldt County's ninth COVID-related death, with 10 new cases confirmed since Friday, bringing the county's total at 554. County...

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Babetta's is Back

(October 19, 2020) When Eureka Italian family restaurant Babetta's moved from its Myrtletown location, people adjusted. But when it closed its Broadway location, leaving only memories and a trail of marinara-stained shirts behind,...

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UPDATE: No Local Tsunami Impact from Alaska Quake

(October 19, 2020) UPDATE: There is no tsunami threat to the West Coast. PREVIOUS: The Eureka office of the National Weather Service is awaiting word from the National Tsunami Warning Center...

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Humboldt Man Found Dead in Pelican Bay Prison Cell

(October 19, 2020) Pelican Bay State Prison authorities are investigating the death of Joshua E. Kirtley, who was in prison for the 1998 murder of Paul Sanders at a marijuana grow in...

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Humboldt Evacuation Warnings Lifted for August Complex

(October 19, 2020) The evacuation warnings for Southern Humboldt areas due to the August Complex have been lifted, according to the Office of Emergency Services. Residents are reminded to stay “fire ready”...

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Man Rescued After Being Stuck in Bay Mud

(October 18, 2020) A man was rescued just after 6 p.m. today after becoming stuck in the mud in Humboldt Bay near Hilfiker Lane off Broadway in Eureka. He declined medical treatment,...

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Slater and Devil Fires Update

(October 18, 2020) Slater Fire: 156,618 acres and 80 percent containment "Yesterday, patrols identified hot spots in the northeast corner of the fire near Sucker Creek. Hot spots were also spotted on...

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Drone Intrudes on Restricted Airspace Over Red Salmon Fire

(October 18, 2020) Red Salmon Complex: 142,989 acres and 63 percent contained A drone flying in restricted airspace over the Red Salmon Complex yesterday hindered fire crews' efforts and prompted this reminder in...

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Last Day For Marines Working Northeast Zone of August Complex

(October 18, 2020) August Complex: 1,032,264 acres, Containment: 86 percent Weather today will be similar to yesterday with temperatures in the upper 70s and low 80s over the fire area. Humidity remains low....

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Otter Watch Out (Spoiler Alert: Cute Video)

(October 17, 2020) Once COVID-19 closed down the Humboldt State University campus, professor Jeff Black realized he wouldn't be walking to campus for his wildlife lectures, so he decided to get his...

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