Humboldt Last Week: Weekly ‘quick local stories’ podcast

[Explicit content] Wife claims racism in an officer-involved shooting, family says vaccinated COVID-19 death victim lived at 30-percent lung capacity, shocking allegations regarding a Eureka church, a recall reminder, a nonexistent antifa bus, a big win at the horse races, unsolved homicides, more Flavortown favors, a closer look at the COVID-19 vaccine and breakthrough cases, motorcycle getaways, and more.

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Humboldt Last Week podcast: Supervisor Bohn implores COVID safety measures, employee vaccine mandates, SoHum family’s virus experience, dog filmed sprinting after people who abandoned him, police misconduct bill, D1 football, water tragedies, Belle Starr contest, baseball, blues, hip-hop, and more

Vaccinated county supervisor Rex Bohn makes a bold statement while imploring COVID safety measures, a dog is caught on video sprinting after a vehicle that abandoned him, COVID vaccine mandates for certain employees, a SoHum family shares their experience getting COVID, a closer look at a police officer misconduct bill, Division 1 football returns, a blues festival, Sequoia Park love, several water tragedies, fish woes, the loss of a local ADA legend, Crabs baseball appreciation, hip-hop in Arcata, win a Belle Starr gift certificate, and more.

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Humboldt Last Week podcast: Preventing young-adult homelessness, grueling national triumph for cyclist, multiple overdose deaths prevented, tribe disapproves of proposed opioid epidemic settlement, suspicious death, alcohol-related mom arrest, trailer village hops hurdle, iconic trail bridge replacement hopes, foodie updates, chef goes alt-pop, live music, free beer for the pooped, a massage giveaway, and more

Home Grown seeks to prevent young-adult homelessness, a grueling national Race Across America triumph for Eureka cyclist Michael David-Hughes, multiple Humboldt County inmate deaths are prevented with an anti-overdose drug, the Yurok Tribe is taking no crap from Purdue Pharma over the opioid epidemic, a suspicious death, a local mom allegedly drank alcohol for over an hour while her baby was locked in her car, Betty Chinn’s trailer village south of Eureka hops a hurdle toward fruition, the old Hammond Bridge may finally get replaced for trail enthusiasts, Gallagher’s and Mazotti’s foodie updates, celebrity chef Guy Fieri goes alt-pop, Grammy-winner Sara Bareilles wants to “Free Britney,” live music with Lindsay Battle and Huckleberry Flint, live blues at Siren’s Song, free beer if you’re pooped, a massage giveaway from Kristjana Graham, and more.

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Humboldt Last Week podcast: Former Sidelines bar ejection helps animals, lawsuit targets Eureka cops, pepper spray incident under review, a tragic plane crash, internet changes, Sara Bareilles donation, ocean bests Tesla, cannabis grow scrutinized, $458M for for HSU, Alex Cappa trending up in NFL, COVID mythbusters, and more

The former Sidelines bar’s ejection supports animals, a lawsuit claims Eureka cops went too far during a protest last year, an HSU police officer is under review after pepper-spraying a transient, a tragic plane crash takes multiple lives, local electeds cheer internet changes, Sara Bareilles wants us to read, the ocean bests a Tesla near Ferndale, a serial robber since 1973 prompts questions, concerns over a proposed cannabis grow near Garberville, a flower company goes from rosebuds to kind buds, almost half a billion dollars are going toward proposed HSU changes, triumphant middle school wrestlers, a Fortuna cop gets a big honor, HSU export Alex Cappa is trending up in the NFL, COVID myth busters, community, live music, crime updates, and more.

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Humboldt Last Week podcast: $200K unsolved killing payout, Chris Brown’s bad dog, monument to Nazi fan removed, shrooms in Arcata, cannabis water use study, bar fight murder conviction, Governor Newsom’s visit, Netlix artifact rides, alleged bird murder-for-hire, and more

A $200,000 payout related to the unsolved killing of HSU student David Josiah Lawson, Chris Brown’s aggressive dog, a monument to a redwoods-loving Nazi supporter is removed, Arcata will consider decriminalizing psychedelic mushrooms, an alleged peacock murder-for-hire, a historic Scotia hotel is back in action, perspective on cannabis water use, a murder conviction stemming from bar fights, a mountain biker meets a mountain lion, a huge promotion for a local veteran, COVID-19 testing moves to the Wharfinger, free school lunches, a new locally-shot drama, a visit from Governor Newsom, rides on a Netflix artifact, a sneaker wave scare, Fortuna Rodeo, auditing drama continues, and more.

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