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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 »
May 8th, 2009 at 9:16 am » Comments (0)Humboldt County Sheriff's Office - Press Release Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a Garberville man who has been missing after unexpectedly dropping off his child at his ex-girlfriend’s house ...more »
March 11th, 2009 at 5:08 pm » Comments (0)Subject: Missing Person Case: 200901632 The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a missing person early this morning after two men said a shipmate had fallen overboard while ...more »
- Frost Advisory issued March 01 at 1:03AM PST until March 01 at 9:00AM PST by NWS...FROST ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 9 AM PST THIS MORNING... * LOW TEMPERATURES...MID 30S. * LOCATIONS INCLUDE...VALLEY AND COASTAL LOCATIONS WITH THE EXCEPTION OF AREAS LESS THAN A HALF MILE FROM THE COAST. LOCATIONS INCLUDE EUREKA...ARCATA...MCKINLEYVILLE...FORTUNA... BOONVILLE.
- Frost Advisory issued March 01 at 1:03AM PST until March 01 at 9:00AM PST by NWS
- 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
- Alaska flights canceled after volcano ash reduces visibility March 1, 2015ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - Alaska Airlines says low visibility caused by ash from Russian volcanoes is behind the cancellations of several flights in the state. Spokeswoman Halley Knigge tells KTUU-TV (http://bit.ly/1FJaKFT ) that two flights between Anchorage and Nome on the far western edge of the state were canceled on ...
- TWT Idol winner Nate Madden scores internship at the newspaper February 28, 2015Nate Madden, a recent graduate of The Citadel military college, was selected Saturday as the winner of The Washington Times Idol competition and won a summer internship at the paper. Mr. Madden competed against nine other students who interviewed Republican Congressmen Steve King of Iowa and former Ohio Democratic Congressman ...
- Los Angeles airport could see delays due to runway project February 28, 2015LOS ANGELES (AP) - Los Angeles International Airport could face flight delays due to a four-year construction project aimed at increasing the size of safety areas at the ends of its runways. The Long Beach Press-Telegram reports Saturday (http://bit.ly/1zO71TY) that the $250 million project will require closing one of the ...
- Dallas-area ice forces cancellation of nearly 1,000 flights February 28, 2015DALLAS — Freezing rain that coated parts of Texas and Oklahoma for the second consecutive day left highways slick and forced the cancellation of another 1,000 flights Saturday at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, one of the nation's biggest airline hubs. The Saturday chaos was on top of about 600 flights ...
- 'Corinthian fifteen' refuse to pay 'forced' student loans February 28, 2015A group of 15 students is refusing to pay back federal student loans taken out to attend schools owned by the now-defunct Corinthian Colleges Inc. At its height in 2010, Corinthian, a for-profit institution, enrolled more than 100,000 students in its schools across the country, which operated under the names ...
- Dzhokhar Tsarnaev marathon bombing trial stays in Boston, federal panel says February 28, 2015BOSTON — Publicity hasn't jeopardized Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's right to an impartial jury, a federal appeals panel says, and opening statements can proceed next week as scheduled in the city where the deadly explosions occurred almost two years ago. The 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel ...
- Congress averts DHS shutdown with one-week infusion of funds February 28, 2015Agreeing on little else, Democrats and Republicans managed to come together late Friday to pass a short-term bill to keep the Homeland Security Department running one more week — though they made little headway on solving the underlying fight over President Obama's deportation amnesty. The funding bill will keep agents ...
- CPAC panel: 'Feminist ideologues' make income inequality worse by fighting nuclear family revival February 28, 2015Income inequality would shrink if a larger majority of families were made of married mothers and fathers raising their children, panelists told a session at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Friday. But revival of such a norm is likely to be opposed by feminist ideologues and gay-marriage supporters It's ...
- Black pastors to Congressional Black Caucus: Skipping Netanyahu a 'slap in the face' to Israel February 27, 2015The message from a dozen prominent black pastors this week to the Congressional Black Caucus was loud and clear: Don't skip out on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyuhu's speech. About two dozen House and Senate Democrats, most of them black caucus members, have said they will not attend Mr. Netanyahu's ...
- Southwest nearly done inspecting planes that were grounded February 27, 2015DALLAS (AP) - Southwest Airlines says it expects to meet a federal deadline this weekend and finish examining 128 planes that were grounded because of missed inspections. Southwest Airlines Co. spokeswoman Brandy King said Friday that the airline had inspected 115 of the planes and would check the others by ...
- 'Black Madam' talks silicone in buttocks-injection murder case February 27, 2015PHILADELPHIA — A Gothic hip-hop artist charged with killing a London break dancer she injected with low-grade silicone said Friday she never heard any complaints from the numerous transgender women who sought her services for a more plump buttocks. Testifying at her murder trial in Philadelphia, Padge-Victoria Windslowe said she ...
- Several fatally shot; gunman dead in southeastern Missouri, police say February 27, 2015KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Seven people were shot to death and one was injured in overnight attacks in a small southeastern Missouri town, and the suspected gunman was found dead in a neighboring county, the Missouri State Highway Patrol said Friday. The victims' bodies were found in four different ...
- Alaska flights canceled after volcano ash reduces visibility March 1, 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