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An audio summary of Humboldt's last week of news.

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  • Police chief boycotts business for hosting band with disputed name Humboldt’s last week of news

    Police chief boycotts business for hosting band with disputed name; Humboldt’s last week of news

    25/02/2017 Duración: 11min

    The Eureka Police Chief is boycotting a business for hosting a band with a disputed name. Also: A potential new program in Eureka to keep rentals maintained, a contested fart joke in an election booklet, a tree-mendous quake, the closing of a seminal Eureka restaurant, recreational weed permit analysis, the sentencing of an HSU student for vehicular manslaughter, places to ditch unwanted medications, Mills responds to calls to not work with federal immigration agents, and much more.

  • Around 230 locals given small and background parts for movie Humboldt’s last week of news

    Around 230 locals given small and background parts for movie; Humboldt’s last week of news

    19/02/2017 Duración: 09min

    Around 230 locals were given background and small parts in the indie comedy movie “An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn.” Production wrapped after 22 days of filming. Also: Arcata’s pillow fight, STDs, ditched dogs, Uber is now available, that school district dilemma in Eureka, Guy Fieri’s thank you, crime, getting dam straight, possible PG&E savings, houses for sale in Scotia, and much more.

  • Overdose deaths rising, ‘paper calls for more treatment access Humboldt’s last week of news

    Overdose deaths rising, ‘paper calls for more treatment access; Humboldt’s last week of news

    11/02/2017 Duración: 13min

    The number of people here dying from overdoses keeps getting higher and the Times Standard penned an editorial calling for more treatment access. The ‘paper fears a repeal of the Affordable Care Act and no replacement could make things worse. Also: Eureka’s Wine and Swine benefit for Make-A-Wish brought in a big piggy bank and a cop maybe saved a life there, some jerk in Fortuna ruined the grass at the park again, a couple Eureka businesses are worried the cannabis industry will kick ‘em out, local musician Berel Alexander is trying to #FindDwayne, federal immigration agents have scared some in the immigrant community, that El Pueblo Market fire, the new Public Defender hire that has been criticized by some, local standouts winning awards, this wine must be really good, and much more.

  • Fortuna Dairy Queen not happening Humboldt’s Last Week of news

    Fortuna Dairy Queen not happening; Humboldt’s Last Week of news

    04/02/2017 Duración: 07min

    Humboldt Petroleum confirmed Dairy Queen pulled out of a potential deal that would have added a location in Fortuna. Also: New allegations for a former Humboldt con man, the man that inspired Jeff Bridges’ Dude character set for Blue Lake, the shutdown of a Eureka bar, Arcata’s new bicycle library, “American Pickers” possibly headed back to Humboldt, that naked guy who climbed on top of his baby momma’s car in Eureka, and much more.

  • Reporter helps locals fight alleged swindling Humboldt’s last week of news

    Reporter helps locals fight alleged swindling; Humboldt’s last week of news

    29/01/2017 Duración: 08min

    Kym Kemp’s coverage on an insurance salesman accused of swindling non-profits possibly prevented quite a few locals from being financially bullied. Also: The failed thieves who rammed a truck through a wall at College of the Redwoods trying to steal an ATM, that new brewery mostly for South Korea but a little bit for us, the shouldn’t-have-done-that moment of the week at the North Jetty, a politician trying to protect Humboldt’s cannabis brand, and more.

  • Lawyer who aided ashes return speaks, family too Humboldt’s last week of news

    Lawyer who aided ashes return speaks, family too; Humboldt’s last week of news

    22/01/2017 Duración: 09min

    The lawyer who aided the return of a child’s ashes and sentimental belonging to a family that was burglarized responds to criticism. The family thanks the community for support. Also: Eureka’s Carl’s Jr. sign losing it’s Carl’s tenure, Ferndale and NORML bud [sic] heads over the Humboldt County Cup, that teenager-punching dad’s arrest warrant, and more.

  • HSU alums make Forbes’ 30 Under 30  Humboldt’s last week of news

    HSU alums make Forbes’ 30 Under 30 ; Humboldt’s last week of news

    15/01/2017 Duración: 07min

    Three HSU alums made Forbes Magazine’s 30 Under 30 list. Also: Lake Ferndale and the bus blunder, national recognition of local beauty, celebrity sightings, bypassing black cats, and more. Humboldt’s last seven days of news.

  • Sex trafficking victim talks new laws Humboldt’s last week of news

    Sex trafficking victim talks new laws; Humboldt’s last week of news

    08/01/2017 Duración: 07min

    Former sex trafficking victim Elle Snow discusses new state laws affecting prostitution right here at home. Also: The concluded crab conflict, that unsubstantial mass-shooting call in Eureka, Humboldt’s TV habits, and more.

  • Humboldt’s last week of news ‘Zelda’ lore links with our redwoods

    Humboldt’s last week of news; ‘Zelda’ lore links with our redwoods

    01/01/2017 Duración: 06min

    (12-31-16) ‘Zelda’ lore links with our redwoods. Also: PBS on Humboldt weed, the douchiest of robbers, that serial killer who lived here, and other top stories.

  • Humboldt’s last week of news NFL linebacker Rey Maualuga guests

    Humboldt’s last week of news; NFL linebacker Rey Maualuga guests

    18/12/2016 Duración: 12min

    (12-17-16) Eureka High grad and NFL linebacker Rey Maualuga talks Humboldt, life off the field, acting, and determination. Also: Adult men arrested for stealing toys from needy kids, man shot by Eureka police pleads not guilty, HSU band banned, national award for local hospital, a Humboldt strain wins the “Oscars of the marijuana industry,” and a fun giveaway.

  • Last week’s top Humboldt stories Lost Coast Outpost Editor Hank Sims

    Last week’s top Humboldt stories; Lost Coast Outpost Editor Hank Sims

    11/12/2016 Duración: 13min

    (12-10-16) Lost Coast Outpost Editor Hank Sims discusses some of last week’s top stories: A preliminary hearing for a man accused of murdering his wife’s lover, the locals who helped fuel a national civil forfeiture conversation, Eureka’s officer-involved shooting, a formerly local pro bodybuilder, and more.

  • Humboldt’s top stories from last week: 12-3-16

    Humboldt’s top stories from last week: 12-3-16

    04/12/2016 Duración: 05min

    (12-3-16) A possible meth dealer is baited, a local athlete competes nationally on CBS Sports, Disney’s “A Wrinkle in Time” utilizes Humboldt beauty, and much more.

  • Highlights from Humboldt’s last week of news

    Highlights from Humboldt’s last week of news

    27/11/2016 Duración: 05min

    A Eureka man’s ‘merry’-jane Christmas was foiled, an HSU alum got some NFL playing time, arson in Fortuna may soon be caught on candid camera, an officer-involved shooting case has been reopened, an alleged serial robber literally faces the cold facts, two local spots made this list of the 14 oldest towns in Northern California, and more.

  • Good deeds at local school get national attention Last week’s top stories

    Good deeds at local school get national attention; Last week’s top stories

    20/11/2016 Duración: 07min

    Some good deeds that occurred at Glen Paul School in Eureka received national attention on a website that gets around 30 million page views a month. Also: The DA’s take on the allegedly foiled mass killing in Fortuna, a controversial officer-involved shooting case reaches a verdict, a string of armed robberies, HSU’s president has a request for the president-elect, the Samoa Cookhouse gets a big nod, and more.

  • Nonprofit for kids receives hate and praise after protest Last week’s top stories

    Nonprofit for kids receives hate and praise after protest; Last week’s top stories

    13/11/2016 Duración: 13min

    A nonprofit that helps local at-risk youth (Wild Souls Ranch) has been receiving hateful calls and messages because their founder attended the anti-Trump rally in Old Town Eureka. Also: A parent’s tip likely prevented a bombing at Fortuna High School, British news giant The Guardian took a road trip through Humboldt, Patrick’s Point makes a top-six list, two nursing homes in Eureka aren’t closing after all, a truck gets gobbled up by the ocean, a gun was fired at Winco in Eureka, and the Co-op in Arcata handled a stabbing super well.

  • Eureka homeless on abrupt evictions, Kym Kemp on new High Times piece

    Eureka homeless on abrupt evictions, Kym Kemp on new High Times piece

    05/11/2016 Duración: 09min

    Two of many abruptly-evicted homeless people in Eureka answer questions. Kym Kemp discusses her most recent piece for “High Times” on Prop 64. Also: The vandalized church in Fields Landing, a casting-call for reality TV, a homeowner police think may have gone too far protecting his property, ice-skating, HSU’s busted sign, and more.

  • Thadeus Greenson on fight to make police videos public statewide

    Thadeus Greenson on fight to make police videos public statewide

    29/10/2016 Duración: 06min

    North Coast Journal News Editor Thadeus Greenson discusses his battle to make police videos available to the public statewide. The newspaper has been working for years to obtain the controversial arrest video of a 14-year-old in Eureka, and last week California’s Supreme Court again made it clear these videos can not be hidden from the public. Also: Betty Chinn in the New York Times, athletic arson, mini golf, a long-wanted and busted federal criminal, the Buddy-Holly-bandit, and rainbows.

  • Cassandra Hesseltine on Humboldt-shot movies and TV

    Cassandra Hesseltine on Humboldt-shot movies and TV

    23/10/2016 Duración: 20min

    Humboldt's Film Commissioner Cassandra Hesseltine checks in to discuss a big-budget Disney movie starring Oprah and Reese Witherspoon, a marijuana drama starring John Malkovich, a thriller starring Kirsten Dunst, and a couple reasons why Humboldt could be utilized as a filming location even more than usual in the future. Also: Last week’s top local stories.

  • Kevin Hoover on likely prevented rape of child

    Kevin Hoover on likely prevented rape of child

    15/10/2016 Duración: 20min

    (WARNING: Graphic content) This week: A discussion of an alleged attempted rape of a child in Arcata. Interviewed is Mad River Union Editor-at-large Kevin Hoover, who spoke with the anonymous hero-mom that stopped the attack. Also: Cops thoughts on legal weed, HSU’s toilet-paper troubles, greed versus compassion, more homicides, and less panhandling.

  • Ron Hedenskog on recreational marijuana in his town

    Ron Hedenskog on recreational marijuana in his town

    08/10/2016 Duración: 10min

    The week’s main feature covers the possible legalization of recreational marijuana. Interviewed is Brookings, OR Mayor Ron Hedenskog on how that has gone for his town so far. Also: A crime-TV show covering five missing Humboldt women, FBI crime stats, a football coach getting national recognition, and maybe a Disney movie.

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