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[UPDATE 3:20 p.m.] Reverse 911 Sent Out, Law Enforcement Has Area Blocked Off Near the Sequoia ZooEureka, CA
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[UPDATE 9:16 a.m.: EPD Says Mostly Juveniles Involved] Occupied Vehicle in Eureka Fired at by Man Reportedly Using a Shotgun
About 1:15 a.m., an emergency dispatcher told officers that a citizen near the 3500 block of Pine Street in Eureka reported “shots fired from that location, followed by subjects screaming, and a vehicle leaving at a high rate of speed.”. Shortly afterward, the dispatcher relayed to officers that a...
Law enforcement has a home on Glatt Street near the Sequoia Zoo surrounded after a suspect that fled from a traffic stop may have entered that building. According to Brittany Powell, spokesperson for the Eureka Police, “A male passenger fled on foot from a traffic stop. A reverse 911 sent to ask residents in the area to shelter in place while officers search for the male.”
EUREKA, Calif. — Shawn Gallagher Jr., 34, was arrested after fleeing a traffic stop in Eureka on June 30, according to the Eureka Police Department. Gallagher fled on foot near Hodgson and Q Streets 1:45 p.m., EPD said. Gallagher appeared to have a concealed handgun under his shirt. A...
EPD Captures Suspect That Fled From Traffic Stop Resulting in Reverse 911 Telling Residents to Shelter in Place
This is a press release from the Humboldt County Drug Task Force. The information has not been proven in a court of law and any individuals described should be presumed innocent until proven guilty:. On June 30, 2022, at about 1:45 p.m., an officer with the Eureka Police Department was...
Alex Gorge returned to action with a bang on Thursday and played a pivotal role in a doubleheader sweep for the Humboldt Eagles 19Us. The recent Arcata High graduate has been out […]. McKinleyville All-Stars clinch another District title. McKinleyville Little League claimed a second District title this week...
The following is a press release from the Humboldt Area Center for Harm Reduction:. Humboldt Area Center for Harm Reduction (The Center) has moved to 5000 Valley West Blvd Unit 17/18 in Arcata. We will reopen to the public in 4-6 weeks, once we settle in and adjust to the new space.
Press release from the Sequoia Park Zoo Foundation:. Sequoia Park Zoo & Foundation are excited to announce that tickets are now on sale for the most unique fundraiser in Humboldt County,. 15th Annual Zootini! Limited tickets available for this reduced capacity in-person Zoo event. Purchase tickets online at sequoiaparkzoo.net or...
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Eureka’s abandoned former Sizzler building, on the corner of Fifth and T streets, caught fire overnight. According to a press release from Humboldt Bay Fire, the structure showed “obvious signs” of transient activity, including “bedding, trash, numerous hypodermic needles and human waste.”. The fire crew got...
EUREKA, Calif. — Humboldt Bay Fire was dispatched to a vacant building in Eureka Thursday morning for the report of a structure fire with heavy smoke showing. At about 1 a.m., three engines, a ladder truck and a battalion chief with Humboldt Bay Fire responded to a reported structure fire on the 1900 block of 5th Street.
On June 30, 2022, at about 1:45 p.m., an officer with the Eureka Police Department was conducting a traffic stop near Hodgson and Q Streets when the male passenger exited the vehicle and fled on foot. The passenger had what appeared to be a handgun concealed under his shirt. The...
The Board of the Greater Eureka Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the selection of Nancy Olson as the Chamber’s new President/CEO, Board Chair Linda Wise announced today. After a careful and detailed search, the Chamber Board of Directors Personnel Committee recommended Nancy Olson to the full Board at its June meeting. She was overwhelmingly approved.
English Express has received a $20,000 grant from the Fortuna based Rose Perenin Foundation. The grant lets the local nonprofit continue its free in-person and online English language classes for residents of Humboldt County, as well as help connecting to health and social services. Upon receiving news of the grant,...
EUREKA, Calif. — U.S. 101 South close intermittently near the end of July so crews can complete the new Jacoby Creek Bridge. According to Caltrans District 1, Southbound U.S. 101 between Arcata and Eureka at the new Jacoby Creek Bridge will be fully closed on July 22 from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. Saturday, July 23. This section of the highway will close again on July 23 from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. on Sunday, July 24.
A little after 11:30 a.m., two vehicles collided at West Wabash and Broadway in Eureka. One vehicle rolled and was badly damaged though it was righted and quickly removed from the roadway. One lane headed west is stilled blocked as of 12:15 p.m to the popular roadway to Costco. One...
You can hear Will Stuckenberg's love for glass marbles as soon as he starts speaking. The Branson resident shared with the News-Leader how he stayed awake until the early hours of the morning to finish two glass marbles using a torch, or as he referred to it, lampworking. ...
On Friday, the Humboldt Area Center for Harm Reduction (HACHR) announced it will not be providing any syringe services out of its new Arcata Valley West location. "Our new Valley West location will be used as an administrative office, a storage space, a place to host volunteers, and participant support services. We are excited to continue offering linkage to low-barrier treatment via telehealth - the Valley West office will make this important treatment available to Arcata participants," HACHR said in a press release.
McKinleyville Little League claimed a second District title this week as an impressive summer for the association continues. The Mack 14U Junior All-Stars defeated Arcata 12-1 at Hiller Park on Wednesday evening to clinch the district crown. The victory follows the championship won by the Mack 8-10s in Arcata last...
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An hour into the Arcata Bay Oyster Festival, the lines for oysters at the Obento stall stretched across the battered grass and under the red and blue striped tent where local food businesses were tabling. The shade was a relief on a sunny day that promised traditional Oyster Fest sunburns, but those in the queue were in for a test of patience and the charm of their company, since those at the front of the line reported waiting 45 minutes or more to place orders.