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Terry O'Neal O'Rourke
· July 21, 2017
You are the Best! Love Sierra Jenkins' interviews. Your writing is darn-near flawless, & in this day and age, so greatly appreciated.
Thank you for all of your HumCo coverage; I have you as my '' posts on Facebook See More
Erik Burman
· November 20, 2017
Kym Kemp and TLCO are the two most reliable and on the spot local news sources in Humboldt County. Period.
Lisa Spellenberg
· October 9, 2017
Always on top of current news. I go here first when I want to know what's up in Hum. Co.
Sarah Smith
· December 8, 2017
I have found this page too be very informative for our area
Eddie Burton
· October 9, 2017
Broad coverage and timely updates of local government and weather events, road conditions, accidents, fires and other useful information for concerned local residents.

Better than AP or Reuters and ...msm for local news. See More
Yvonne Bussell
· February 6, 2018
Covered "n" calm down stay in our home IN. home HUPA we Repect ,our LAW FOR FAMILY'S,,that Serves stand shields protected LAND, ,,,we. Are Sacerd,the cops work for us,,,,,ask for protection"s,,.worry ...later,,.,,full force"s ,today not tomorrow's,,,,,******.,,..y Bussell,,,, See More
Jessica Miller
· January 13, 2018
That newest review of Masaki’s is disgusting. How can you let that “food reviewer” tear that poor server apart on possibly the worst day of his life and then publish it. I’m absolutely disgusted.
Shon Aiken
· October 16, 2017
Keeping it real in Humboldt... I can always look to L.C.O for news and the comments for a good laugh. Well done.
Nick Moran
· November 11, 2017
I️ can’t imagine anyone that writes this stuff is a true local
Jim Kimball
· November 4, 2017
We need all the help we can get, please save the old growth redwoods.
Willard Dunn
· September 17, 2017
best news source in Humboldt County. they cover many things that happening on the North Coast.
Henry Wotherspoon
· November 29, 2017
Very unprofessional in my opinion. Extremely biased and full of misinformation
Larry Barrote
· August 2, 2017
Very informative on all local activities good or bad. Keep up the good work I Appreciate the Information on all subjects.
Carol Conaway
· February 22, 2017
Good for local information in a timely fashion. And, they do some really good local research -- they do know what they are doing. But the ugly expressed by multiple commenters at the website is beyo...nd acceptable. Do not post under your real name, or use a real email address, if you participate. Quite a few of the commenters sound dangerous. See More
Franklin Winnemucca
· October 22, 2017
Relevant news to the area but -1 star for opinion pieces.
Krystal Nelson
· October 23, 2017
What happened to the electric pole at Burr Center in Eureka? Lots of damage this morning
Emily Van
· August 29, 2017
Easy to use and navigate. Offers helpful features such as "booked". Provides mostly accurate reports with fast response time.
Manders Marie Anderson
· June 12, 2017
John Hardin will be the downfall of your news agency. He needs to take his personal, biased views out of his journalism. I used to love LoCO btw.
Joshua Wilson
· July 3, 2017
I love the news from around the county , let's me know what's going on
Katie Farro
· April 21, 2017
Shows a general lack of concern for marginalized residents of humboldt. Frequently uses internet stalking of community members of color and gossip as "news."
Chetco Bar Fire Moves Toward Brookings
Dead Man's Drop 2017
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Big outage in Arcata.

2,745 customers affected

Ginerich had allegedly fled from EPD officers earlier this week in a stolen Ford Focus.

PREVIOUSLY: EPD Officers Track Stolen Vehicle With Victim’s Cell Phone Signal; Suspect Escapes Out Back Door of Residence###Arcata Police Department press release:On 2/17/18 at about 0106 ho

If you've eaten at the Bristol Rose Cafe recently, you may not want to read this. 🐀

The Bristol Rose Cafe, a restaurant located within the Eureka Inn, was shut down yesterday for a flurry of health code violations.The Humboldt County Department of Health and Human Services documented 16

"[Marion] was an excellent cook, seamstress and knitter for which she won several blue ribbons at the Humboldt and Trinity County Fairs. She and Nolan had a big garden that they enjoyed together."

Marion Fritz, beloved wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother passed away January 28 at Timber Ridge in Eureka.She was born February 13, 1930 to Carl and Selma Harrison i

No milk was spilt in the crash, so don't even start. 🥛

An Idaho Milk truck overturned while navigating a bend on Highway 36 around 7:45 p.m. yesterday near McClellan Mountain Road in Bridgeville.

Six people were arrested yesterday as the Humboldt County Drug Task Force served a series of warrants on what it calls a "narcotics trafficking and distribution operation being conducted in the Eureka/Arcata area."

Top Row: Maldonado-Salinas, Lopez-Moreno, Juarez-Pompa; Bottom Row: Lopez-Garcia, Hernandez-Pulido, Castillo. Photo: Humboldt County Drug Task ForceFrom the Humboldt County Drug

Alex Stillman just wants you to consider a few things.

His head is once again on the chopping block, which happens about every 20 years. Whether to keep the McKinley Statue on the Arcata Plaza or not, that’s always the big question. Howe

Reports of child abuse were falling through the cracks. County officials say new systems will ensure that doesn't happen anymore.

Nearly three years ago, the California Department of Justice launched an investigation into violations of the state's Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act (CANRA) here in Humboldt County, and while the At

(No, his name is Justin.)

Officer Primofiore is a life-long resident of Fortuna, and attended both Fortuna High School and College of the Redwoods.  He graduated from the Redwoods Police Academy in 2009 and was hired by the department a few months after that.

Nothing gold can stay. 🌸

NWS.Though spring had sprung early, eh? Nope. Once again Humboldt reminds us that every moment of sunshine is a precious gift.Meteorologists at Eureka's National Weather Service office predict several in

Too much brush and not enough prairie on the northern end of the King Range! The BLM is gonna burn some stuff down.

The burning will take place around the Prosper Ridge area -- south of the mouth of the Mattole, on the upper end of the King Range. From the Bureau of Land Management:Fire management specialists with t

The Eureka Police Department is still searching for the suspect.

Eureka Police Department press release: Tyler GingerichOn 02/15/18, at approximately 3:34 PM, Eureka Police Department officers were dispatched to the report of a reckless driver

"Kai sat out for this one, but I’m sure we’ll have another post on something he sniffs out soon!"

Photos provided by Crescent City Police Department.Crescent City Police Department press release:  On 2/15/2018, A CCPD Officer conducted a traffic enforcement stop on a bicy

At least 20 members of Bikers Against Child Abuse were in the audience yesterday to show their support for the victim as she told the court her story.

A 17-year-old Eureka girl testified Thursday that children’s storyteller John Robert Beideman began molesting her when she was 5 years old and the abuse continued “consistently” for three years.“Jane Do

"Libby was a hard worker, but her curiosity and camaraderie with friends, family and clients, along with a terrific laugh, quick wit and sparkling blue eyes reflected her delight in life."

ELIZABETH ANN (LIBBY) PALMQUIST finally surrendered after a long battle against ovarian cancer.