Economist doubts east county bridge is viable

Republican Clark County Commissioner David Madore has called his proposal for an east county bridge across the Columbia River an ideal fit for the community, a viable and cost-effective way of relieving cross-state congestion.

Long-serving incumbents challenged in 20th District

In the 20th Legislative District, voters have a choice between two long-serving Republican incumbents and two lesser-known challengers running notably modest campaigns.

Seahawks 4th quarter rally falls short to Rams, 28-26

Punter Johnny Hekker's pass from the St. Louis 18 caught the Seattle Seahawks by surprise for the last of three big plays in a 28-26 victory over the defending Super Bowl champions.

Power plants lead in state greenhouse gas pollution

SEATTLE — Washington state's major industrial sources released about 6 million more metric tons of greenhouse gases in 2013, a 30 percent jump from the previous year, according to the latest data from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Urban NW Homes focuses on sustainability

Five years after bank failures and an economic meltdown froze Clark County’s home-building sector in its tracks, construction has returned to lots zoned and permitted long ago. Housing construction remains well below pre-recession levels. But as builders such as Troy Johns can attest, the legacy of the Great Recession may shape the face of new housing in the community for years to come.

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Survey says: Require childhood vaccinations

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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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