Humboldt Last Week episode 267: Firehouse baby, Oscar-nom actor, neo-Nazis, dog fight disputed, street luge champ, embezzlement charges

In this episode of Humboldt County’s news podcast: Firefighters visited with a surrendered baby two years later, Oscar-nominated actor Jesse Eisenberg has been friendly with the locals, more neo-Nazi pintouts, a poodle-on-corgi attack has opposing claims, a notable local bookkeeper was accused of embezzlement, Jared Huffman got a shoutout on ‘Real Time with Bill Maher,’ and more.

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Humboldt Last Week episode 266: Embattled candidates lose, pride dispute continues, poodle-pack attack, CBS drama, HBO Max doc

In this episode of Humboldt County’s news podcast: Losses for embattled local candidates, Arcata says no to the earth flag, protestors from a Eureka pride event said they were not the aggressors, a group of poodles was accused of significantly injuring a corgi in Trinidad, Cal Poly Humboldt’s president clarified comments regarding sexual assault survivors, and much more.

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Humboldt County’s news podcast: Humboldt Last Week episode 265: Cannabis turmoil, drag show clash, accused molesters, displaced residents, viral-video charges dropped, Arcata official Brett Watson arrested again, Arcata earth flag considerations, PG&E’s SoHum problem, healthcare education hub, Sara Bareilles’ Twitter exit, more

The elimination of ‘Measure S’ county cannabis taxes for two years, an all-ages pride event in Eureka with a drag show prompted anti-LGBTQ discrimination, the reluctant addition of a 2024 ballot initiative that would nix any new cannabis farms and nix farms over 10,000 square feet, a Eureka basketball coach was accused of raping a teenage girl, a former basketball player for Cal Poly Humboldt’s women’s team accused the coach’s husband of sexually assaulting her, around 30 residents at an RV park in Manila were given days to find new homes, Arcata City Council reelection hopeful Brett Watson was arrested again, Arcata voters will decide on flying an earth flag above the USA flag on November 8, charges were official dropped in a case stemming from a nationally viral incident following Arcata’s 2017 Oyster Fest, PG&E continues to face criticism over local transmission limits especially in SoHum, the announcement of a new healthcare-education hub for CR and Cal Poly Humboldt, Grammy-winner Sara Bareilles left Twitter and posted about her hometown Eureka show on other social networks, event suggestions, and more.

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Humboldt County’s news podcast: Humboldt Last Week episode 264: $0 for ex murder suspect Kyle Zoellner, Arcata official Brett Watson restrained, jail for Bear River triple-murderer’s mom, Eureka restaurant’s MyPillow controversy, 1925 wrongly-convicted double-murder makes popular podcast, more

Former murder suspect Kyle Zoellner is not getting over $750K for malicious prosecution after a judge overruled a jury, Arcata City Council Member Brett Watson will debate a temporary restraining order from city officials before the Nov. 8 election, the mom of a triple-murderer is going to jail for trying to help her son evade police, the ongoing pilot shortage will probably delay the start of our direct flights to Seattle and Portland, political controversy continues at Tres Chiles Picosos in Eureka after their photo op with the MyPillow guy, the popular true crime podcast Buried Bones covered a Humboldt County man wrongly convicted of a 1925 double murder, yet another local high schooler went to juvie after threatening a school shooting on social media, a trial is underway with allegations a hitman was hired by a gang before a shooting last year at a house in McKinleyville, Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Keidis chatted with Joe Rogan about their Hoopa show, newly-released video shows an ex-local officer firing at suspects through his windshield in Eureka earlier this year, October 16 in Eureka is deemed Sara Bareilles Day after her free show for thousands, event suggestions, and more. humboldtlastweek.com

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Humboldt County’s news podcast: Humboldt Last Week episode 263: Sara Bareilles plays home, RHCP in Hoopa, over $700K for an ex murder suspect, Guy Fieri’s psychic prompts positivity, high-density housing ideals, more

Sara Bareilles is all set for a homecoming show at Eureka’s Halvorsen Park, the Red Hot Chili Peppers surprised the Hoopa community with a free show for around a thousand people, a jury decided the City of Arcata should award former murder suspect Kyle Zoellner at least $700,000, Ferndale export Guy Fieri saw a psychic who prompted a deeper connection with his late sister, a closer look at homeless and affordable housing projects in Humboldt County, Humboldt Cider Company won three gold medals at an international event, a new juice bar in Old Town Eureka, event suggestions, and more. humboldtlastweek.com

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Humboldt County’s news podcast: Humboldt Last Week episode 262: Jesse Eisenberg, dueling conduct reports, school lockdowns, shark bite, cannabis lawsuit, Cal Poly enrollment up, more

Documents obtained by Humboldt Last Week indicate Jesse Eisenberg is playing Sasquatch in Humboldt County, Arcata City Councilmember Brett Watson says he hired an investigator to reinforce his sexual harassment denials, a social media threat alarmed yet another local high school, a local shark bite victim smiled and threw the ‘hang loose’ sign from his hospital bed, a class-action lawsuit was announced as local cannabis woes continue, gas prices are too damn high, enrollment is up at Cal Poly Humboldt for the first time since 2015, the Oscar-hopeful short film ‘Eureka’ focuses on an oppressed prostitute right before 1885’s Chinese expulsion, a landlord known for housing Eurekans in questionable conditions died, Alan Bongio took a demoted ‘Planning Commission position following offensive comments, a sparsely attend anti-abortion event gets mostly angry and laughing reactions on social media, a nearby export became the first Native American woman to go to space, event suggestions, and more.

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Humboldt County’s news podcast: Humboldt Last Week episode 261: Fortuna gun threat, church vandals, fish farm advances, N-word shouting July 4 assaulter, hospital foul, more

Guns were seized and a 13-year-old was arrested after Fortuna High’s lockdown, four churches from Eureka to Arcata were vandalized with political language, the proposed Samoa fish farm hurdled an appeal, an alleged N-word shouting assaulter from a Eureka July 4 incident is headed to trial, Providence hospitals like Eureka’s and Fortuna’s were scrutinized by the New York Times for aggressive billing, the Yurok Tribe is hosting a statewide meeting regarding missing and murdered indigenous people, a number of homeless people were evicted from county-owned property in Eureka, a former Eureka watering hole burned down, Grammy-winner Sara Bareilles’ upcoming local show, event suggestions, and more.

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Humboldt County’s news podcast: Humboldt Last Week episode 260: Bareilles homecoming, demotion urge, PG&E economy woes, ketamine trips, huge drug bust, more

Grammy winner Sara Bareilles is doing a free homecoming concert in Eureka on October 16, ‘Supervisors moved to demote the chair of the ‘Planning Commission over offensive remarks, PG&E power limits could hamper important projects from the Eel River Valley to SoHum, a Eureka doctor is providing psychedelic ketamine trips, the largest one-time seizure in ‘Drug Task Force history, a new location for local beer, upcoming moves to ease sending folks to psychiatric treatment and housing, businessman Rob Arkley’s proposed housing project at Indianola, a local export is set to play for Team USA in the Rugby World Cup, cruise ships return to the Eureka waterfront, Eureka’s official top cop Todd Jarvis, proposed cannabis shipping once it’s federally legalized, local exports Alex Cappa and Jake Hanson continue doing their thing in the NFL, more about Hillary Clinton’s local visit, sentencing for the Redding neighbor who faked her own kidnapping, event picks, and more.

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Humboldt County’s news podcast: Humboldt Last Week episode 258: Architectural Digest, excessive force alleged, blackout bar shooting, Hum win, Yurok golf, and more

Eureka’s Redwood Sky Walk made it into Architectural Digest, Hoopa’s police chief was accused of excessive force while detaining a suspect for alleged loitering, a former jail officer previously fired for misconduct is headed to prison after a McKinleyville bar shooting, a year after moving here a couple who’ve visited 48 states say Humboldt County is the place they love the most, an unearthed silent film shot in Humboldt County – notorious for off-screen events over a century ago – is getting an updated release, Curry Leaf is a new restaurant option in Eureka with Thai and Indian flavors, containment for the Six Rivers fires – the state’s second-largest wildfire this year – has been shifty, cops say a guy’s failed Eureka flee involved two sets of spike strips and hitting four police vehicles, a letter wondered if election official candidate Tiffany Hunt Nielson was too supportive of election deniers, the Yurok Tribe has big plans for the golf course and restaurant in Willow Creek, event suggestions, and more.

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