• ICE intervenes in legal battle over Cowlitz County juvenile records November 22, 2019
    A lawyer for the U.S. Justice Department told a judge Thursday that Cowlitz County should not be allowed to release records of immigrant minors held at the Cowlitz County Juvenile Center because the documents are owned by the federal government.
    Alex Bruell alex.bruell@tdn.com
  • Catlin Street expansion project to include one-block, 8-foot sound wall November 22, 2019
    The years-long effort to widen Catlin Street will include an 8-foot “sound wall” along one block — a federal requirement that some West Kelso residents said they appreciate but a neighboring business owner says could change the neighborhood’s character.
    Rose Lundy rose.lundy@tdn.com
  • First Christian Church shelter's first night apparently goes smoothly November 22, 2019
    Despite concerns that it could jeopardize students, a church-sponsored severe weather shelter opened for the first time Wednesday night with no reported problems, organizers and Longview school officials reported Thursday.
    Katie Fairbanks kfairbanks@tdn.com
  • Port of Longview CEO to retire in February November 22, 2019
    The Port of Longview Chief Executive Officer Norm Krehbiel will retire in February after nearly 30 years working with the organization, the port announced Thursday afternoon.
    Mallory Gruben mallory.gruben@tdn.com
  • Man arrested in CR turns himself into Rainier police for another crime in same day November 22, 2019
    A Mossyrock man suspected of vehicle-related crimes had two separate run-ins with local law enforcement Wednesday.
    Mallory Gruben mallory.gruben@tdn.com
  • Deputies still searching for South Kelso shooter November 22, 2019
    The man who shot a South Kelso resident on Nov. 12 remains at large and detectives continue to seek leads in the case, but the victim’s medical condition is dampening progress, authorities said Thursday.
    Mallory Gruben mallory.gruben@tdn.com
  • Friends of Rainier Pool to reopen Briarcliff pool for swim team November 22, 2019
    The Rainier swim team will have a place to practice after several successful fundraisers raised enough money to reopen the pool for team use. But the pool will remain closed to other uses for now.
    Marissa Heffernan marissa.heffernan@tdn.com
  • CAP to distribute turkey dinners Monday November 21, 2019
    Lower Columbia CAP Monday will distribute turkey dinners to qualifying local families in need on a first-come, first-served basis. The distribution will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., or until supplies run out, at the back of the CAP…
    The Daily News
  • Longview firefighters battle two early Thursday morning fires November 21, 2019
    Two early Thursday morning fires in Longview underscored the importance of quick reporting and smoke alarms, according to the Longview Fire Department.
    Mallory Gruben mallory.gruben@tdn.com
  • Oregon man allegedly threatens Longview cop over phone November 21, 2019
    An Oregon man may have chosen his words more carefully had he known he was on the phone with a Longview police officer.
    Alex Bruell alex.bruell@tdn.com