• Police Blotter: April 29 April 29, 2017
    Recent reports of criminal activity from our local law enforcement agencies.
    The Daily News
  • Births: April 29 April 29, 2017
    At St. John Medical Center
  • Kelso High junior first female to enlist in Army combat role since rule change April 29, 2017
    Kelso High School junior Kali Tokuoka has known since she was 11 that she wanted to join the military. She comes from a military background: Three uncles had served in both the Army and the Navy.
    Madelyn Reese mreese@tdn.com
  • State, county officials release final coal study April 29, 2017
    Locomotive emissions from trains serving the proposed Longview coal export terminal would increase the cancer risk rate for Longview’s Highlands-area residents by 10 percent over background county levels, state and county officials said Friday. The terminal itself would also cause…
    Marissa Luck mluck@tdn.com
  • Students in Need reaches $44,111 April 29, 2017
    Students in Need, The Daily News’ drive to raise money to assist students at Lower Columbia College, has reached $44,111.
    The Daily News
  • Entertainment continues at Ilani Casino next week April 29, 2017
    The entertainment options at the new Ilani casino in Ridgefield continue with a full slate of performances next weekend.
    The Daily News
  • Lower Columbia College Foundation receives $335,000 endowment April 28, 2017
    Just days after Lower Columbia College’s Student Success Fund received a large donation from a local philanthropist, the LCC Foundation Thursday announced another large contribution: a $335,000 endowment from the recently closed Applied Industries Inc. to support students with disabilities.
    Madelyn Reese mreese@tdn.com
  • Coroner opens inquest into jail death April 28, 2017
    The Cowlitz County Coroner’s office will hold an inquest into the death of a 26-year-old woman who died in the Cowlitz County Jail on Dec. 29.
    The Daily News
  • Chinook body identified April 28, 2017
    The body found washed ashore near Chinook in early March has been identified as that of a 28-year old Portland woman who drowned a year ago while paddleboarding on the Columbia River, according to law enforcement and media accounts.
  • Police Blotter: April 28 April 28, 2017
    Recent reports of criminal activity from our local law enforcement agencies.
    The Daily News