Vancouvercenter developer seeks city's OK on changes

Construction is set to begin this year on the final Vancouvercenter tower, currently the largest development project in downtown Vancouver. But first, the developer is seeking the city's approval for several major changes to the plan.

'Wild' a good ad for the Pacific Crest Trail

More hikers are expected on the Pacific Crest Trail this year thanks to the movie "Wild," according to the Pacific Crest Trail Association, which preserves and promotes the trail.

Vancouver veteran still on the move at 100

When Harris Dusenbery fought for the cause of freedom during World War II, he wanted to remain as free as possible. So he volunteered for the ski troops.

Frustrating wait for health care

When Jake and Natalie Koprowski decided to adopt two young girls from the Democratic Republic of Congo, they did so with the desire to give the girls better lives than they had in orphanages.

Survivor wonders if the world has grasped the meaning of the Holocaust

NEW YORK —On a freezing January day, Anna Ornstein was one of a few visitors on the memorial plaza at Ground Zero as she ran her hands along the massive bronze tablets into which thousands of names of the dead are carved. The tiny grandmother swaddled in black down has an eye trained for horror.


Should residents be allowed to open carry firearms in the gallery of the state House and Senate?

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Portrait 2014

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This year's edition reflects a new approach as we share stories and videos of some of the people who make our county such a special place to live, work, learn and play. More


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