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String of Cougar, Bobcat Encounters Reported in Lewis, Cowlitz Counties

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife officials are investigating multiple unconfirmed cougar sightings reported in the last month by Southwest Washington residents. Becky Elder, WDFW police communications specialist, said the recent sightings have not yet caused any public safety concerns and are not unusual for this time of year. “Sometimes...
LEWIS COUNTY, WA
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Two Rescued From Columbia River

A man and a woman were rescued Monday night from the Columbia River after the inner tubes they were riding popped while they were in the water. Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue received a mutual aid request for Fire Boat 24 from Columbia River Fire and Rescue at 10:20 p.m. The boat, an engine and a battalion chief were dispatched to River Mile 87 for two people in the river, according to an agency news release.
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Man Arrested After High-Speed Chase Through Kelso, Into Oregon

Aman was arrested Sunday after he allegedly led law enforcement on a high-speed chase from Kelso to Knappa, Oregon, with two children, unrelated to him, inside the vehicle. The 5-year-old and a 22-month-old were unharmed. Dakota Carras, 29, fled in his girlfriend’s car with her children after he was recognized...
KELSO, WA
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Clark-Cowlitz fire officials talk safety ahead of 4th of July weekend

CLARK COUNTY, Wash. (KPTV) - As many prepare to celebrate and have fun this 4th of July weekend, officials want to remind everyone to stay safe. “Nationally, around 20,000 fires happen around the 4th of July with 11,000 injuries, most of them fireworks-related,” said Captain Blaine Dohman with Clark-Cowlitz Fire & Rescue. “Try not to be a part of the 20,000 fires or 11,000 injuries and help out your local emergency responders. Celebrate safely and have a good time, but try to keep it safe.”
CLARK COUNTY, WA
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