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Kelso police are no strangers to love in national lip sync contest

Kelso Police Officers Roy Slaven, Kody Joslen and Brian Rominger lip synced Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up" in a viral video on the department's Facebook page that has racked up more than 500,000 view and 15,000 shares.


Police ID Oregon woman suspected of killing 8-year-old son

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (AP) -- Authorities have identified a woman who they say fatally shot her 8-year-old son and then herself at a home in Grants Pass, Oregon.


Washington News: Vancouver Man, BOLUTIFE OLUSEGUN OLORUNDA Pleads Guilty To Assault on Airliner | STL.News

Vancouver,Washington– U.S. Attorney R. Trent Shores announced today that BOLUTIFE OLUSEGUN OLORUNDA, 29, of Vancouver, Washington, pleaded guilty to Assault Within Maritime and Territorial Jurisdiction before U.S. Magistrate Judge Frank H. McCarthy.


Fatal crash reported in Canby

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) --- A fatal crashed was reported in Canby early Tuesday morning.Canby Fire confirmed that an unknown number of people died in the crash on S Dryland Road.KOIN 6 will have more information soon.


Police Blotter: July 11

Drugs— Longview police Tuesday arrested Whitney Ann Berntsen, 26, of Clatskanie, on suspicion of a felony drug offense.Drugs— Longview police Monday arrested Michael James Miller, 48, of Rainier, on suspicion of a felony drug offense and two counts of third-degree driving with a suspended license.


Three Die In Deadly Crash South Of Canby | KXL

CANBY, Ore.– Three young people in their 20’s lost their lives on the back roads of Canby around 5AM this morning. The driver of the car, a female is the lone survivor. She was taken to the hospital by ambulance. Once she is able to, detectives will be asking her what happened. The Clackamas Co


Three people killed in Canby crash

CANBY, Ore. – Three people were killed in a crash in Canby Tuesday morning, the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office said.The crash occurred on Dryland Road near Barnards Road. Only one vehicle was involved.KATU News is working to learn more about what led up to the crash.


Cold case solved after 32 years when man confesses to Longview murder

It took 32 years, at least two states, and an unannounced visit with police, but a cold case murder in Longview appears to have been solved.


Emergency responders holding day of demonstrations in Woodland

Those looking to learn about all manners of public safety services in the region have an opportunity Saturday as the new Woodland fire station will have an open house.From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., July 14, a joint open house from Clark County Fire & Rescue and the City of Woodland will take place in the f


After 32 years, a man admits to a Longview murder

Glenn Adams, pictured here in a 2016 Jackson County mugshot, admitted to the 1986 murder of Russell Haines at the Oregon Way Hotel in Longview, Washington. (Jackson County Jail/KOIN)


Police Blotter: July 10

Drugs —Longview police Saturday arrested Aurora Michelle Law, 41, of Longview on suspicion of a felony drug violation.Drugs —Kelso police Saturday arrested Corrine Renee Stoner, 38, of Kelso on suspicion of three felony drug violations and second-degree attempted vehicle prowling.Assault —Longview p


Police ID Grants Pass woman suspected of killing 8-year-old son

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (AP) — Authorities have identified a woman who they say fatally shot her 8-year-old son and then herself at a home in Grants Pass, Oregon.


Medical commission reinstates neurosurgeon Johnny Delashaw's license — with conditions

In its written order last spring suspending Delashaw's license, the commission determined that he posed “an immediate threat to the public health and safety,” basing its decision largely on accusations of disruptive behavior.


Woodland eyes permit fee increases

The City of Woodland is looking at possible changes to its permitting fees in order to complete an update started in 2016. The goal is to increase the percentage of the city’s planning budget funded through fee revenue.City council hosted a workshop looking at city fees during their regular meeting


One dead in multi-car crash on Highway 22 in Polk County

Kelton Dillard, 81, of Dallas, was driving east on Highway 22 in a Dodge Ram at about 5 p.m. He tried to change lanes as a red Honda Civic was starting to pull ahead of him. The pickup crashed into the left end of the Civic, sending it spinning into the westbound lanes where it collided with a silve


Deputies search for Portland woman last heard from in Santa Cruz, Calif. area

SANTA CRUZ, Calif. – The San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a Portland-area woman who was last heard from in Half Moon Bay, Calif on July 6.


Porsche Stolen In Late-Night Carjacking In SE Portland: Police

PORTLAND, OR — A man was allegedly robbed of his Porsche early Monday in an armed carjacking in Southeast Portland. Now police have asked the community for help locating the stolen vehicle.The carjacking reportedly occurred just after midnight July 9 in the parking lot of Jacksons Shell gas station


Doors shattered Sunday morning at three Longview businesses

Longview police Detective Sgt. Chris Blanchard said the door break-ins occurred at Nail Time in the 1100 block of 15th Avenue, Hannah's Hair and Nail Salon in the 1300 block of Ocean Beach Highway and arts-and-crafts store Bead Bugz in the 1400 block of Commerce Avenue. Representatives from all thre


Clark Co. investigates possible measles case in child

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows an electron microscope image of a measles virus particle, center. (AP Photo/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Cynthia Goldsmith)


Child exposed to measles in Clark County, health officials say

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