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    The Bicoastal Media/Guild Mortgage Home and Lifestyle Show is at The Dalles Civic Auditorium April 24-26!

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  • April 25 Prep Sports Roundup

    Baseball Hood River Valley sweeps Hermiston 11-1 and 4-3: Ryan Ward pitched a four-hitter in game one, but was taken to hospital with an apparent jaw injury after a collision in the outfield in game..

  • Parkdale Man Taken Into Custody After Hood River Marina Shooting

    A Parkdale man is in custody on suspicion of shooting a man at the Hood River Marina early Saturday evening. According to Hood River Police, 28-year-old Tyson Sackett was booked at NORCOR on first...

  • Water Damage At Commodore After Small Fire

    A small fire at the Commodore Building in The Dalles early Friday morning set off the building sprinkler system, leading to water damage in a number of units in the facility. The Dalles Police Chief..

  • Sheriff Rules NORCOR Death Suicide

    Wasco County Sheriff Rick Eiesland says his department has ruled the death of an inmate earlier this week at the Northern Oregon Regional Corrections Facility in The Dalles was a suicide. Eiesland...

  • April 23 Prep Sports Roundup

    Boys Soccer Stevenson 4, Columbia 4: The Bulldogs stayed within one point of the Bruins in the very tight Trico League boys' soccer standings. Track and Field The Horizon Christian boys and girls.

  • Cherry Fest Gets Rolling Friday

    The Northwest Cherry Festival gets rolling in its newly expanded form in The Dalles on Friday. The Open Air Market, carnival, and entertainment stage all begin operation at 2 p.m. Friday, with...

  • Compromise On Transportation Package Possible

    Oregon 59th District State Representative John Huffman says there is a chance a compromise could be reached to pass a transportation package that could provide additional road funds for cities and...

  • Early Learning Grant Paying Off

    An early learning literacy grant from the state is showing some dividends in the Columbia River Gorge region. Nancy Patten of Child Care Partners at Columbia Gorge Community College says 80 people...

  • Oregon Trail Rally Returns

    Round three of the Rally America National Championship will take place this weekend on roads in the Dufur and Hood River areas. The Oregon Trail Rally will be in the Gorge for the eighth straight...

  • April 22 Prep Sports Roundup

    Track and Field Columbia boys and girls won a seven-school meet in Stevenson, while the host Bulldog boys were third and the girls fifth. Columbia's boys were led by a sweep of the top five...

Searching for Survivors as Aftershocks Rattle Kathmandu

Monday, April 27, 2015 1:17am

The earthquake struck near Kathmandu, Nepal's capital.

Rescuers Struggle to Reach Remote Nepal Areas as Toll Rises

Monday, April 27, 2015 1:15am

Rescuers struggle to reach villages near Nepal quake epicenter as death toll tops 3,700

Modern Tragedy: Quake-Ravaged Nepal Tower a Site for Selfies

Monday, April 27, 2015 1:13am

Modern tragedy: Historic Nepal tower demolished by devastating quake a site for selfies

The Latest on Nepal Quake: Death Toll Rises to 3,617

Monday, April 27, 2015 1:10am

Police say Nepal quake death toll is 3,617, including 1,302 in Kathmandu Valley

Spain: PM Says Economy on Track to Grow 2.9 Pct This Year

Monday, April 27, 2015 1:04am

Spain: PM says economy on track to expand 2.9 pct this year, and grow another 2.9 pct in 2016