Former Blue Lake City Manager Duane Rigge testified Thursday he did not authorize the purchase, use or carrying of the submachine gun and pistol with an attached silencer that his former police chief, David Gundersen, is charged with illegally
A Fieldbrook resident shot and killed a mountain lion in his yard the day after it killed and dragged off his pet turkey. Frank Pinckney said that he heard dogs in his south Fieldbrook neighborhood begin barking loudly around midnight
Agents with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested a total of 23 Sun Valley Floral Farms workers Wednesday — all Mexican citizens suspected of illegally immigrating to the United States, ICE reported.
The Arcata City Council approved Wednesday a finalized agreement between Humboldt State University and the city to release some of Arcata’s responsibility for L.
A 59-year-old Del Norte County man received major injuries early Thursday morning after an unknown motorist driving a stolen pickup crossed the double-yellow line and collided head-on with the victim, according to the California Highway Patrol.
The fourth annual Wildcat Gem Fest, featuring more than 40 wholesale and retail vendors, begins today at the Humboldt County Fairgrounds. And it has a special guest: a 300-pound geode from Uruguay, complete with deep purple amethyst crystals and
The Pacific Legal Foundation announced Thursday that a Sept. 12 hearing is set for a judge to decide whether to issue a temporary restraining order preventing the enforcement of Measure T, a local ballot initiative that prohibits election donations
The Arcata Police Department reported a man was arrested Thursday afternoon on a felony warrant after a patrol officer spotted him in the Valley West area.
EUREKA — Eureka High School’s new principal, Joseph Pawlick, has been on the job a little more than two weeks — long enough to know he loves being a Logger and that he has the best job in the world.
Caltrans is seeking public input on an environmental impact report/environmental assessment for improvements on state Routes 199 and 197 north and northeast of Crescent City.
Carlyle Whiteotter Blake, a Hoopa man charged with first-degree murder, appeared in court for arraignment an Wednesday. Blake has pleaded not guilty to charges that he allegedly murdered Idaho resident Jason Dee McElroy in 2005 in Hoopa.