On March 22, Bradley Allen Winsted, 25, was convicted of two counts of driving under the influence of intoxicants, a class A misdemeanor, committed on or about Aug. 31, 2018. Winsted was sentenced to jail for 32 days and supervised probation for 72 months. Winsted’s driver’s license was susp… Read more

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The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has fined a local rock hauling company for failing to follow regulations. An excavation company and affiliated rock quarry were also recently tagged for alleged environmental violations. Read more

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A front continues to push clouds and moisture up into Washington and the Vancouver Island areas this morning. We are just on the southern periphery of the rain chance and looking at the radar suggest we will see some precipitation later this morning.  Read more

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Werner Brewing Company was named one of the fastest growing small and independent craft breweries of 2018 by the Brewers Association (BA)—the not-for-profit trade group representing small and independent craft brewers. The second annual list offers insight into the depth and diversity of gro… Read more

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Local artist and Salty Raven owner Seasons Kaz Sparks has written and illustrated a children’s book based on a friendly seagull that visits her home in Cape Meares. Read more

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A heavy law enforcement presence was seen on Third Street in Tillamook at around 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 16. Tillamook Police Department and Tillamook County Sheriff's Office personnel were present. Read more

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Findings by a team led by an Oregon State University geotechnical engineer are paving the way toward engineering techniques that could keep Pacific Northwest residents safer during the eventual Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake. Read more

A groundbreaking two-year study in southern Oregon found greater abundance and diversity of wild bees in areas that experienced moderate and severe forest fires compared to areas with low-severity fires. Read more

A collaborative effort among the fishing industry, scientists and resource managers has led to a significant reduction in seabird bycatch in Alaskan longline fisheries since 2002, a new study documents, but researchers say that bycatch incidents are now increasing. Read more