- Arch Coal gives up stake in Washington coal-export project Updated: May-27-16 6:47 pm
LONGVIEW, Washington - Arch Coal is giving up its stake in a joint venture to build a coal export port near Longview, Washington.
- Coal terminal hearing in Spokane draws hundreds Updated: May-27-16 1:53 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - Hundreds of people packed into a convention center in Spokane to give their opinion on a proposed coal export terminal that would bring more than a dozen additional trains through the city every day.
- Human remains found along Columbia River in Wahkiakum County Updated: May-25-16 10:31 am
LONGVIEW, Washington - Authorities in southwest Washington have found the remains of a man along the Columbia River, and are now seeking help in identifying him.
- Hearings set on proposed coal-export terminal in Longview Updated: May-21-16 11:08 am
LONGVIEW, Washington - Residents can weigh in on a coal-export terminal proposed near Longview at upcoming public hearings.
- Longview designates squirrel as city mascot Updated: May-16-16 4:14 am
LONGVIEW, Washington - Longview has decided to make the squirrel its official city mascot following a request for the designation from the organizers of the city's annual festival centered on the furry rodent.
- Sisters meet after 70 years Updated: May-15-16 3:05 am
ASTORIA, Oregon - Tears of love and elation filled Marti Johnston's eyes when she saw her big sister, Patricia Kibby, among the passengers disembarking from the cruise ship Norwegian Jewel as it unloaded on a recent morning in Astoria.
- Program pairs first-time mothers with nurses Updated: May-14-16 5:27 pm
LONGVIEW, Washington - London Jackson celebrated her first Mother's Day this year with her son, Taven McClure, who was born April 2.
- Longview man gets 13 years for tire iron assault Updated: May-06-16 3:39 am
LONGVIEW, Washington - A Longview man charged with beating two men with a tire iron, leaving one with a fractured skull, has been sentenced to nearly 13 years in prison.
- Study analyzes impact of Washington state coal-export plan Updated: Apr-29-16 6:25 pm
SEATTLE - A coal-export terminal proposed along the Columbia River in southwest Washington state could have unavoidable, significant impacts on greenhouse gases emissions, vessel traffic and rail safety, according to an environmental review released Friday.