HUMBOLDT TODAY: Aid worker Jeff Woodke is back in Humboldt after over six years in captivity in Northern Africa; a SoHum man is arrested on child sexual abuse charges; plus, your weekend events and weather in today’s newscast with John Kennedy O’Connor.
- ‘I Was Treated Brutally’: McKinleyville’s Jeff Woodke Speaks Publicly For the First Time Since His Release From Six and a Half Years as a Hostage in Africa
- Huffman Announces $10 Million in Federal Funds for SoHum Fire Prevention Efforts
- BUZZIN’ THE 36: Swains Flat Will be Choppered By PG&E Today, as the Utility Surveys Storm Damage
- CONVERSATIONS: How’s That Barge Coming Along? Eureka City Manager Miles Slattery on Downtown Development, the Dismantling of the Lloyd Building and, Yes, the State of the Dorm Barge
- Man Who Shot at Cops During Crazy Police Chase Around Eureka Pleads Guilty to Attempted Murder, Takes 43-Year Sentence
- Briceland Man Arrested Today on Charges on Producing Child Pornography, Sexual Assault on Child Under 10
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