• Two dead in homicide-suicide in Longview March 30, 2017
    A father and son are dead after an apparent homicide-suicide that occurred early Thursday morning in the 900 block of Eighth Avenue in Longview.
    Madelyn Reese mreese@tdn.com
  • Police Blotter: March 30 March 30, 2017
    Recent reports of criminal activity from our local law enforcement agencies.
    The Daily News
  • Judge says environmental groups can intervene in Millennium dispute March 30, 2017
    Three environmental groups will have a seat at the table in a lawsuit over whether Millennium can get state clearance to build a dock for its $680 million Longview coal terminal.
    Marissa Luck mluck@tdn.com
  • Kelso grad kicks off fundraiser for developing new card game March 30, 2017
    From the Kelso native that brought “The Horrible Truth” card game to the Mythic Escapes game store at the Three Rivers Mall comes a new strategy game for the whole family.
    Madelyn Reese mreese@tdn.com
  • Poverty, bad habits still undercut county health March 30, 2017
    Cowlitz County’s baby steps toward improved health have stalled, though the area continues to avoid the stigma of being among the five unhealthiest counties in the state, according to an annual review of the nation’s health.
    Andre Stepankowsky andre@tdn.com
  • Students in Need grows to $28,801 March 30, 2017
    Students in Need, the Daily News’ drive to raise money to assist students at Lower Columbia College, has reached $28,801.
    The Daily News
  • Columbia threatens Woodland homes March 30, 2017
    WOODLAND — A thousand sandbags are stacked six layers high at Melissa Coffield’s rental cottage along the Columbia River at Dike Road. Every morning, she feels to see if her floors are damp. And then she checks the online river…
    Denver Pratt dpratt@tdn.com Andre Stepankowsky andre@tdn.com
  • Winlock stabbing under investigation March 30, 2017
    An unidentified man walked into the Longview Police office Tuesday morning and claimed he had been stabbed in Winlock.
    The Daily News
  • Police Blotter: March 29 March 29, 2017
    Recent reports of criminal activity from our local law enforcement agencies.
    The Daily News
  • Longview, Kalama ports join regional group to fight dam removal March 29, 2017
    A regional effort to oppose the removal of four Snake River hydroelectric dams recently got a boost from local Lower Columbia ports.
    Marissa Luck mluck@tdn.com