• Takko and Blake could scuttle raft of gun control bills January 16, 2018
    State Sen. Dean Takko (D-Longview) said Monday that he’s not inclined to vote for five different proposed gun control bills, potentially dooming their chances of passage in the closely divided Senate.
    Zack Hale zack.hale@tdn.com
  • Firefighters douse Kalama grain terminal fire January 15, 2018
    Firefighters from three agencies responded to a minor fire at the TEMCO grain terminal south of Kalama Monday morning.
    Jackson Hogan jackson.hogan@tdn.com
  • Fire guts Kelso home; kids flee through window January 15, 2018
    Two children escaped by jumping through a window and a black terrier survived a Kelso house fire by hiding under a couch Monday morning, according to fire officials.
    Alex Bruell alex@bruell@tdn.com
  • A rental crisis is brewing in Cowlitz County January 15, 2018
    Ashleymae Castle thought it would be easier to find an apartment in Cowlitz County than in northern Clark County, where she lived with her family. But the 27-year-old searched for 10 months without luck. Often, the only apartments she found…
    Marissa Luck and Rose Lundy mluck@tdn.com, rose.lundy@tdn.com
  • Public meeting in Kelso to discuss Spirit Lake plans January 15, 2018
    Scientific committee members will hold a public meeting in Kelso on Jan. 25 to discuss their recent study on long-term management plans for Spirit Lake.
    The Daily News
  • Police Blotter: Jan. 14 January 15, 2018
    Recent reports of criminal activity from our local law enforcement agencies.
    The Daily News
  • Cowlitz County Fairgrounds hosts teenage equestrian competition January 15, 2018
    There were many steeds in the Cowlitz County Fairgrounds’ horse arena this Saturday, but there wasn’t a rodeo in town: It’s an equestrian competition.
    Jackson Hogan jackson.hogan@tdn.com
  • Marriage Applications: Jan. 13 January 14, 2018
    Jorge Adrian Amador Munoz and Daisy Lopez Dominguez, both of Longview, Jan. 10.
  • Police Blotter: Jan. 13 January 13, 2018
    Recent reports of criminal activity from our local law enforcement agencies.
    The Daily News
  • Lewis River Road near Woodland to reopen January 13, 2018
    Both lanes on Lewis River Road (State Route 503) east of Woodland will reopen Friday evening, according to the Washington State Department of Transportation.
    The Daily News