Update FOUND! —————– Can you help look for this red 1985 Toyota 4Runner with 3.4 V6 engine, a black hood scoop and white fire extinguisher attached to back roll bar? Keep an eye out for its blue license plate with the designation #2L52126. The vehicle was stolen from Rio Dell on July 1. If you have any information, contact the California Highway Patrol at (707) 822-5981.Read more
Three male juveniles in a white Ford dually pickup truck appear to be responsible for the theft of thousands of dollars of fireworks from a church fundraising booth in the Valley West Shopping Center, says Officer Jeremiah Kasinger of the Arcata Police DepartmentRead more
“[T]his guy is dying on the beach 200 yards north of North Jetty… I don’t know who to call… no tags on it but it’s very sick.”Read more
Let’s try and right a wrong, folks.
A local lady’s vehicle was stolen a week ago after she spent six days in an ICU with a loved one. She needs to go back and see her family in Minnesota.Read more
The little guy is home with his family.
Update: 3:45 p.m.: FOUND!
Original: Hey, folks, please keep a look out for this 2003 Ford Mustang, silver with Shelby Cobra Rims. It was stolen June 9 from the Cutten area. The license plate number is 5FZA771Read more
On 6/1/15 Arcata Police Department took a report of a missing person who left Mad River Community Hospital after being placed on a mental health hold.Read more
“She absolutely is my life,” said Jadene Reynolds about her missing dog, Nutty. “[I] feel like my heart is breaking.” Nutty, she said, disappeared on May 24 near the Redwood River Resort in Confusion Hill. The dog is a super petite, black pitbull with a white patch on her chest. She has a gray muzzle and is eight years old. She was last seen between mile markerRead more
So yesterday was Memorial Day. You might have taken a moment on your holiday to remember those veterans who died…but how about today? And what about the living warriors? North Coast Veterans Resource Center (NCVRC) has been working with Humboldt County veterans for more than 20 years. This year they are trying to raise money to supplement grants. They are having a softball tournamentRead more
Honor your heroes, folks, they don’t ask much. Our local volunteer firefighters train on weekends and after long days of work to be prepared to help you if you need them. Then, they work together to throw community parties that everyone can enjoy and which raise money for to buy equipment. Saturday is Redway Fire Department’s annual BBQ (the 44th one!)Read more