Local news for Arcata, CA continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.
4 hrs ago | Times-Standard
Maybe the age of vinyl hasn't come to an end; maybe it's time to flip the album over.
Trending on the Topix Network
Audio of frantic 911 calls was released Thursday of the fatal crash between a tour bus and a FedEx truck that occurred in Orland, California last week.
Say what you will about 3rd District Humboldt County Supervisor Mark Lovelace but the guy is driven to combat climate change.
The term "food desert" brings a mental image of drifting sand dunes under the hot sun, but rural food deserts are very real and can create major health impacts in a community.
Humboldt County Sheriff Mike Downey and 5th District Supervisor Ryan Sundberg were in Willow Creek on Thursday, March 27, to let residents know that law enforcement coverage won't be increasing before 2017.
Marisol Serrato, a 17-year-old student at Riverside's Norte Vista High School, holds a portrait of her twin sister, Marisa, on Monday, April 14. Marisa died in last week's bus crash in Northern California.
'Perpetually slim' mother hid SEVEN pregnancies from husband and three older kids before 'giving birth at home, strangling the babies and wrapping them in towels hidden in the garage' Cheerleader, 18, who was secretly filmed in her bedroom by her father reveals she has FORGIVEN him and she even encouraged her mom not to file for divorce 'I did not ... (more)
"The Ghost Forest: Radicals and Real Estate in the California Redwoods," a personal history of the ancient redwood ecosystem and the struggles to protect it, will be presented by Humboldt County author-activist Greg King at 5:30 p.m. Thursday in the Kate Buchanan Room at Humboldt State University in Arcata.
Federal investigators probing the bus crash that killed 10 people in Orland, Calif., have so far found no evidence that the FedEx truck involved was already on fire when it slammed into a charter bus carrying 44 Southern California high school students and their chaperones.
A witness reported that a FedEx tractor-trailer that crashed into a bus in northern California on Thursday killing 10 people was on fire before impact, the National Transportation Safety Board said on Saturday.
Today at about 11:14 AM, the Arcata Police Department received a report of two suspicious subjects in the alleyway behind the residences in the 100 block of F St. The subjects were not familiar to the reporting party and were spray painting a bike.
They were supposed to be the first - the first in their families to tour a college, to have a choice, to one day see their names in fancy letters on diplomas.
The shipping giant and the operator of the tour bus involved both released statements following the collision that killed at least 10 people and injured dozens more on Interstate 5 near the city of Orland.