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February 22nd, 2010 at 1:51 pm » Comments (0)Humboldt County Sheriff’s Detectives booked two men for murder over the weekend in connection with a case that was originally reported as a missing person. On February 15, 2009 ...more »
February 10th, 2010 at 11:43 am » Comments (0)The Campaign to Elect Mike Downey for Humboldt County Sheriff announced today a free meet and greet event. The event is scheduled for Saturday, February 13, 2010 from 5-8p.m. ...more »
February 4th, 2010 at 4:40 pm » Comments (0)Thursday, Feb. 4, 2010, Eureka, Calif. (HumboldtOnline.Com) -- Humboldt County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested a Eureka man early yesterday morning after finding him in possession more than six grams of methamphetamine, ...more »
January 21st, 2010 at 4:05 pm » Comments (0)EUREKA, Calif. (PRESS RELEASE) -- The Campaign to Elect Mike Downey for Humboldt County Sheriff announced today a campaign kick-off mixer. The event is scheduled for Friday, January 29, ...more »
January 4th, 2010 at 12:42 pm » Comments (0)Humboldt County Sheriff's Department - Press Release McKinleyville High School went into lockdown briefly this morning after the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a man brandishing a handgun ...more »
- King Fire affects hydroelectric facilities, recreation areas October 8, 2014The King Fire has damaged a number of power generation systems connected to Sierra reservoirs, but utility officials still don't know how bad it is. Treasured public recreation areas at Stumpy Meadows Reservoir and the Rubicon River canyon also may have been affected. Cal Fire strike crews battle the King fire in El Dorado County […]
- Suspect arraigned in King fire; at least four houses burn October 8, 2014As fire officials began to confirm the first loss of homes and structures Friday in the King fire, the man accused of setting the massive blaze appeared in court for the first time and entered a not-guilty plea. Wayne Allen Huntsman, the suspect in the arson that set off the King fire, is arraigned in […]
- Man accused of arson in King fire has criminal history October 8, 2014Weary firefighters and relieved El Dorado County residents expressed elation Thursday at word that an arson suspect had been arrested and charged with starting the massive King fire, which has charred roughly 76,000 acres of forest in El Dorado and Placer counties since Saturday and threatens 12,000 homes. The setting sun appears orange Thursday through […]
- Firefighters dig in for the long haul against El Dorados King fire October 8, 2014A ravenous wildfire in El Dorado County devoured swaths of forested terrain for a fifth day Wednesday, leaving nearly 2,200 residents displaced as fire crews battled to protect homes, lives and a major thoroughfare. Cal Fire strike crews battle the King fire in El Dorado County near Fresh Pond on Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014. A […]
- King Fire has now claimed more than 27,900 acres of timberland October 8, 2014We are faced with a large and dangerous fire and the fire has grown significantly, said Laurence Crabtree, a U.S. Forest Service supervisor for the Eldorado National Forest. Cal Fire strike crews battle the King fire in El Dorado County near Fresh Pond on Wednesday, September 17, 2014. People in a Pollock Pines gas station […]
- Favorable weather aids containment of King fire as smoke cancels Ironman Lake Tahoe October 8, 2014Firefighters battling the massive King fire showed signs of progress Sunday night, while smoke forced the cancellation of a popular Lake Tahoe sporting event and worsened air quality over a large swath of foothills. One of several homes that burned in the recent King fire near Icehouse in El Dorado County on Friday, September 19, […]
- Burglar armed with club confronted in Butte County fire station October 2, 2014The Butte County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an early-morning burglary of a fire station in the community of Palermo.
- Wilderness travel discouraged; King fire concern closes McKinney Rubicon Trail September 18, 2014Because of the uncertain path of the King fire, the U.S. Forest Service’s Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit has closed the McKinney Rubicon Trail and is advising against travel into the Desolation and Granite Chief wildernesses.
- Swansboro residents told to evacuate as King fire spreads September 17, 2014Late Tuesday, the California Highway Patrol reported the closure of Highway 50 in both directions between Sly Park Road and Riverton due to the fire, and the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office has issued mandatory evacuations for neighborhoods in the eastern portion of Pollock Pines. Firefighters hose down hot spots of the King Fire near […]
- Man released after questioning in fatal July bank robbery in Stockton September 17, 2014A man sought by police in connection with a fatal July bank robbery in Stockton met with investigators Tuesday and was then released. A security guard sits in front of the Bank of the West branch on Thornton Rd. in Stockton that was robbed Wednesday by three men who took three hostages. Two suspects and […]
- King Fire affects hydroelectric facilities, recreation areas October 8, 2014
- Winter storm prompts hundreds of canceled Texas flights March 4, 2015DALLAS (AP) - A late-winter storm has reached parts of Texas with hundreds of flights canceled and some schools closing early. Lubbock and Amarillo were under a winter weather advisory until midnight Wednesday with a slight chance of snow. The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for the ...
- Eric Holder: Ferguson police routinely violated citizens' rights March 4, 2015Attorney General Eric Holder said Wednesday the Justice Department has found a "pattern of excessive force" and financial exploitation by law enforcement agencies in Ferguson, Missouri. "Local authorities consistently approached law enforcement not as a means for protecting public safety, but as a way to generate revenue," Mr. Holder said ...
- Florida fishermen reel in great white shark from Gulf beach March 4, 2015A group of Panama City fishermen became the first ever Sunday to reel in a great white shark from the Gulf of Mexico while standing on dry land. Derrick Keeny and his friends experienced the catch of a lifetime Sunday morning when they set out for some shark fishing along ...
- FBI must change whistleblower-retaliation culture: lawmakers March 4, 2015The FBI's culture has to change — from the top down — in order for the agency to encourage whistleblowers to come forward and not fear retaliation, lawmakers said Wednesday. "Whistleblowers are kinda treated like a skunk at a picnic, and I hope you'll do all you can to reverse ...
- Utah officer punished for resisting performing in gay-pride parade speaks out March 4, 2015As a police officer, Eric Moutsos had no problem with working security at a gay-rights parade, but he did have a problem with kicking off the festivities by performing a choreographed routine as part of the department's motorcycle squad. As a result, Mr. Moutsos is no longer employed by the ...
- Texas hospital system responds to Ebola survivor Nina Pham's lawsuit March 4, 2015DALLAS (AP) — The head of the Texas hospital system sued by a nurse who contracted Ebola while caring for the first person diagnosed in the U.S. has responded to the lawsuit in an email to employees. In the message sent Monday, Texas Health Resources CEO Barclay Berdan said he ...
- Darren Wilson cleared by Justice Department in Ferguson case March 4, 2015Former Officer Darren Wilson has been cleared of all civil rights violations in the fatal shooting of teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, following a Justice Department investigation. The official release of the DOJ's report Wednesday confirms what many had expected, that there would be no charges filed against Mr. ...
- D.C. police forced to return man's marijuana seized during arrest March 4, 2015D.C. police on Monday were forced to return a man's stash of marijuana that was confiscated during his arrest, D.C. Council member Yvette Alexander said. Ms. Alexander, a Democrat, told WAMU public radio that a resident walked into the Sixth District police station on Monday and asked an ...
- Gina McCarthy, EPA chief: 'Climate change is not a religion' March 4, 2015President Obama is guided solely by science when it comes to fighting global warming, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy told a Senate panel Wednesday, rejecting claims the administration is doing the bidding of left-wing environmental groups and urging Congress to approve a 6 percent budget increase to help fund ...
- Civil rights commissioners: Rein in education admin. on 'unlawful' bullying, sexual assault policies March 4, 2015Two federal civil-rights commissioners are calling on Congress to nix a proposed budget increase for the Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights, charging it with enacting overreaching and even unlawful policies on school discipline, sexual harassment and bullying. "In our study of all three topics, we have noticed a ...
- 2 Florida police officers shot by man who called 911 seeking help March 4, 2015LAKE WALES, Fla. (AP) — Authorities say a 59-year-old man who called 911 asking for help shot at police officers as they arrived at his central Florida home. Lake Wales police Chief Chris Velasquez says officers John Schwarze and Benjamin Metz were wounded in a gun battle that lasted about ...
- Dzhokhar Tsarnaev case: He admits guilt, blames brother for Boston bombing, lawyer says March 4, 2015BOSTON (AP) — Dzhokhar Tsarnaev went on trial for his life Wednesday in the Boston Marathon bombing with his own lawyer bluntly telling the jury he committed the crime. But she argued that he had fallen under the influence of his older brother. "It WAS him," Judy Clarke, one of ...
- Winter storm prompts hundreds of canceled Texas flights March 4, 2015
- Timeline of Cotton v. Eureka PD and Humboldt Co. September 14, 2011
- Supervisors Weigh In On Humboldt County Redistricting September 14, 2011
- Moratorium on medical pot dispensaries to be discussed September 14, 2011
- Police and fire log: Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2011 September 14, 2011
- Library site approved for courthouse September 14, 2011
- SEIU workers speak out against proposed cuts September 14, 2011
- Autumn bounty September 14, 2011
- FB school closed after reported Bassler sighting September 14, 2011
- Meet Susan Adams, Congressional Candidate September 14, 2011
- DNHS tennis team does well at event in Redding September 14, 2011