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KLOG Tuesday Sports

Jamal Murray scored a career high 38 points to lead Denver to a 104-101 win over the Trail Blazers last night. Portland hosts Minnesota tomorrow night…..Kelso hosts a hoop double header tonight as Mt. View comes to town, girls at 5:30 pm and the boys at 7pm, both on KLOG. Tonight in boys play, R.A. […]

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Tsunami Alerts Cancelled

After several hours of anxiety along the Washington and Oregon coasts after a huge earthquake in Alaska, tsunami alerts are being cancelled. The alerts went up from the Aleutians to California after an earthquake was recorded in the Gulf of Alaska, about 175 miles southeast of the town of Kodiak. Initial reports put the quake […]

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BMW Joy Ride

Stephen Nickolas Olason, 39, of Lake Stevens is in the Cowlitz County Jail, after he was reportedly caught driving a brand-new BMW M3 sedan that had been stolen from a dealership up in Seattle. Seattle Police contacted Longview Police at about 2:20 yesterday afternoon, saying that they were using the “BMW Assist Tracking” feature in […]

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TDN Burglary

Longview Police are investigating a burglary reported yesterday afternoon at the Daily News on 11th Avenue. Workers at the newspaper called LPD at about 1:20 pm, reporting that someone had come in and broken into several vending machines. In their initial report, Longview Police say that there were no signs of forced entry, so it’s […]

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Oil Sheen Update

The Coast Guard is now saying that it could take several weeks before the source of an oil sheen in Astoria is remediated. The oil slick was first spotted last Thursday near the Cannery Pier restaurant on the Astoria waterfront, and was eventually traced to a 20-foot-long tank that’s located underneath the old pier. It’s […]

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Scappoose Kidnapping

Troy James Queen, 48, of Scappoose is under arrest after he allegedly kidnapped and threatened a woman that he had met through an online dating service. On the 8th of this month, a woman called the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office, claiming that Queen had held her against her will, and used a gun to threaten […]

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Second Hightower Plea

Another defendant is taking a plea deal in connection with the murder of Apache Rose Hightower, whose body was found in the woods near St. Helens in September of 2016. It’s now being reported that Stephanie Jeanne Toney, 21, of St. Helens is pleading guilty to criminally negligent homicide in connection with Hightower’s death. She […]

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No Methadone Rally

New Kelso City Council member Lisa Knight Alexander is working on a peaceful protest for this evening, expressing opposition to a methadone clinic that being proposed for Kelso. The current plans are for the clinic to go into the old Worksource building in downtown Kelso, right next to the Kelso City Hall. Alexander says that […]

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Dike Path Opens

There’s still some heartburn from the operators and users of the Mint Valley Golf Course, but the path along the dike inside the golf course boundaries is now open to walkers and joggers. After much back and forth between the city, Longview Parks and golf course management, the gates to the dike opened yesterday, allowing […]

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Rosie the Riveter Passes

A Longview woman who has been identified as the “real Rosie the Riveter” passed away this last weekend. A story came out in the New York Times, reporting that Naomi Parker Fraley died Saturday at the age of 96. After other women had been identified as the model for the iconic “”We Can Do It” […]

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