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Dungeness crab season OK’d for Dec. 1 start from Klipsan to California
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Dungeness crab season OK’d for Dec. 1 start from Klipsan to California
Dungeness crab have filled out to almost 27 percent meat, allowing season to begin on its traditional date

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Building blocks: Warrenton students take the Lego robot challenge
Building blocks: Warrenton students take the Lego robot challenge
The F1shSt1ckz Lego robotics team from Warrenton Grade School heads to Intel next month to prove itself the best from hundreds of competitors.
K-9 officer doesn’t make the grade
K-9 officer doesn’t make the grade
K-9 officer given walking papers
Public meetings: Nov. 21, 2014
Public meetings
Lotteries: Nov. 21, 2014
Lottery results
More like Ecola
More like Ecola
The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department sees Ecola State Park as an example of what its Feldenheimer State Natural Area can become.
What’s Cooking
What’s Cooking
Cranberry Pot Roast recipe from the Shelburne Inn Restaurant
‘Street view’ goes undersea to map reefs
‘Street view’ goes undersea to map reefs
Mapping the ocean bottom
In the garden
In the garden
Larry Thomas talks about garden composting
Parting shot
Parting shot
The view from Saddle Mountain
Oregonians weigh in on fish, wildlife director
Oregonians weigh in on fish, wildlife director
Oregonians were given the chance to register their opinions on the traits the next director of the Department of Fish and Wildlife should have.

Local News

Dungeness crab season OK’d for Dec. 1 start from Klipsan to California
Dungeness crab have filled out to almost 27 percent meat, allowing season to begin on its traditional date
Wild Sunday morning: Tornado/waterspout warnings, plus severe thunderstorms
NOAA tone alert sends many coastal residents seeking shelter
Phone scammers pretending to be feds are targeting locals
Weekend Best Bets: Nov. 21, 2014
Building blocks: Warrenton students take the Lego robot challenge

Coast Guard

County urges Coast Guard to stay in Newport
The Clatsop County Commission unanimously approved a resolution Wednesday night opposing the planned closure of the U.S. Coast Guard helicopter air...
Cutter crew helps nab 1.5 tons of cocaine
The Coast Guard cutter Alert returned to Astoria this weekend after intercepting more than 1 1/2 tons of cocaine from drug smugglers.

Northwest

WA Lottery
WA Lottery
Winning numbers drawn in 'Keno' game
Winning numbers drawn in 'Keno' game
Winning numbers drawn in 'Match 4' game
Winning numbers drawn in 'Daily Game' game
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Crime Reports

FBI stats offer glimpse of crime in Clatsop County
Report gives citizens and law enforcement agencies a look at state and national trends.
Astoria man arrested in connection to multiple burglaries
Astoria Police found Jesse Allan Pitts in an attic at a vacant residence at 197 Hume Avenue. Pitts was arrested and booked for two counts of...
On the record: Nov. 18, 2014
On the record: Nov. 13, 2014
On the record: Nov. 12, 2014

DUII

City to decide where DUII cases tried
Oregon Court of Appeals issued its ruling this morning in the long-running battle over who should handle Astoria's DUII cases.

Point of View

Point of View: Enjoying Thanksgiving
Point of View: Enjoying Thanksgiving
Point of View: What can we do for our veterans?
Point of View: What can we do for our veterans?

Closures

Free

Phone scammers pretending to be feds are targeting locals
Scammers claiming to work for the government may be targeting area residents.
Washington officials warn of consumer rip-offs by Ebola-related scams
Washington AG warns consumers about Ebola virus-related scams
Oregon voters narrowly reject GMO labeling measure
Boone comes back for more
Gillnetters respond to Kitzhaber’s re-election

Politics

Obama’s immigration actions do have limits
Obama is preparing to flex his executive powers today, using an 5 p.m. address to announce that he is sidestepping Congress and ordering his own...
What to watch in Obama’s immigration speech
A guide to what to watch for tonight
Kitzhaber ready to move forward in final term
Kitzhaber re-elected, but extent of his clout uncertain
Oregon voters narrowly reject GMO labeling measure

Fishing

Dungeness crab season OK’d for Dec. 1 start from Klipsan to California
Dungeness crab have filled out to almost 27 percent meat, allowing season to begin on its traditional date
Death by dirty water: Storm runoff a risk for salmon
The research being conducted by scientists with NOAA, Washington State University and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service offers a promising solution...
Biggest chinook fishers: ‘Male loser’ sea lions
North Coast seat on fish commission still vacant

History

Nation/World

AP Top U.S. News At 9 p.m. EST
Evacuation plans readied as Buffalo flooding looms
Former DC Mayor Marion Barry dies at 78
Former DC mayor Marion Barry, who staged comeback after 1990 crack cocaine arrest, dead at 78
Man who ambushed cops had anti-government beliefs
AP Top Political News At 5:52 p.m. EST
Former DC Mayor Marion Barry dies at 78

Special Reports

Education

Building blocks: Warrenton students take the Lego robot challenge
The F1shSt1ckz Lego robotics team from Warrenton Grade School heads to Intel next month to prove itself the best from hundreds of competitors.
Knappa students embrace journalism
Knappa High School students will once again have their own newspaper.
Tablet time: Middle-schoolers adapting to new technology
School board thanks Maritime Museum for opportunities
‘Promise of Oregon’ campaign launches website

Port of Astoria

Airport project takes off
The Port of Astoria will get plenty of airport runway paving, courtesy of the state and federal government.
Port’s finances get new honcho
The Port of Astoria hired Columbia River Maritime Museum's financial controller as its financial manager.