• Police Blotter: June 28 June 28, 2017
    Recent reports of criminal activity from our local law enforcement agencies.
    The Daily News
  • Local residents argue about needle exchange program June 28, 2017
    Cowlitz County Commissioners voted Tuesday night to suspend the county’s needle exchange program within 90 days if the county health department doesn’t make plans to address five conditions.
    Jackson Hogan jackson.hogan@tdn.com
  • County Commissioners reject state's stormwater regulations, for now June 28, 2017
    It appears Longview and Kelso’s urban areas will remain the lone holdouts in adopting the state’s municipal stormwater regulations.
    Jackson Hogan jackson.hogan@tdn.com
  • Obamacare repeal talk dominates Herrera Beutler town hall June 28, 2017
    Questions about Republicans’ efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act once again dominated the first half of Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler’s live telephone hall event on Tuesday night.
    Zack Hale zack.hale@tdn.com
  • Take a walk on the urban side June 28, 2017
    Standing on the sidewalk in downtown Kelso Monday morning, clad in a bright yellow high-visibility vest, it didn’t take long for walkability expert Dan Burden to find a flaw. The 40-year transportation and city planning veteran had barely traveled a…
    Zack Hale zack.hale@tdn.com
  • Longview man "blind lucky" to get year-long sentence for 14 sex offenses June 28, 2017
    Two sexual assault victims presented tearful statements detailing how their lives had been upended by a 29-year-old Longview man who videotaped their assaults and was also involved with a child pornography website.
    Denver Pratt dpratt@tdn.com
  • Police Blotter: June 27 June 27, 2017
    Recent reports of criminal activity from our local law enforcement agencies.
    The Daily News
  • R. A. Long graduate explores the country on foot June 27, 2017
    Rocky Truesdell and Longview native Ashley Serena Bussanich spent the last year traveling the country on foot, witnessing both the generosity and the disapproval of their neighbors.
    Rose Lundy rose.lundy@tdn.com
  • Time Out Ice Cream hopes to become family hot spot June 27, 2017
    Right before Time Out Ice Cream’s opening day on Friday, co-owner Michael Hensley was excited about his new Commerce Avenue business, but he still felt some jitters.
    Jackson Hogan jackson.hogan@tdn.com
  • Longview Schools releases preliminary budget June 27, 2017
    The Longview School District on Monday released a preliminary budget for the 2017-2018 academic year despite uncertainty caused by the Legislature’s failure so far to agree on how to fully fund K-12 education.
    Zack Hale zack.hale@tdn.com