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Investigation must wait till police detective finishes role in an aggravated murder trial
It could be a month before the Clark County Prosecuting Attorney's Office makes a charging decision on a Fruit Valley shooting earlier this month that left one man dead.
2.5-magnitude temblor struck at 9:40 a.m.
A small earthquake rattled northeast Clark County on Saturday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. There were no reports of damage.
Honesty, for so many of us, is an elusive thing.
A registered sex offender who poses a risk to re-offend has recently registered as homeless in the Vancouver area, according to the Clark County Sheriff's Office.
$64 million project will build new high school, elementary gym, more
The Woodland School District is ahead of schedule on the construction of a new $64 million campus.
Out-of-state students, many from California, will be 17% of freshman class
SEATTLE (AP) — The University of Washington says it received more freshmen applications than ever before, and even though the university plans to enroll 150 more Washington students this fall, it was still more difficult to get into UW this year compared to last.
A story in The New York Times this week sheds more light on the death of Danielle Willard, a 21-year-old Vancouver woman who was shot and killed by police in Utah on Nov. 2.
Living Hope Church collects 9.8 tons, enough to best 2006 Guinness World Record
Living Hope Church recently collected 19,600 pounds of pet food in seven days, a feat that -- when verified -- should smash a record held for seven years by a South African supermarket.
In Pacific Northwest fashion, a downpour welcomed the newly finished emerald house at 9717 N.E. 25th Ave. Volunteers and visitors huddled inside to admire the energy-efficient features of Evergreen Habitat for Humanity's newest addition.
What's open and what's closed Monday for Memorial Day:
A Vancouver Fire Department bagpipe team performs Saturday at the annual Fire in the Park event at Esther Short Park in Vancouver.
Young women audition for the television show “America's Next Top Model.”
Presidential candidate Ron Paul comes back to Clark County.
Presidential candidate Ron Paul makes a stop in Vancouver.
A Heritage High School senior brings music to patients at Shriners Hospital for Children in Portland.
Watch testimony on a bill that would allow tolling to be used as part of the financing for the Columbia River Crossing project.
The Battle Ground High School Advanced Jazz Band is competing against about 60 other high school bands from around the state at the Clark College Jazz Festival this week. Jazz programs in Clark County are renowned, and bands have stepped up their rehearsal hours to outplay each other. But students take away more than just music chops from their band experience, says the B.G. High band director.
Firefighters used the former Central School in Battle Ground for a series of training sessions Saturday. The exercise culminated with the destruction of the building.
Clark College President Bob Knight gave his annual State of the College address Thursday. This video show some highlights of the 50-minute speech.
Hundreds of volunteers fanned out across Clark County to help out in their community.