Stories for March 11, 2013
Economic development group plans to proceed with one member fewer
The divorce is final. Clark County government and its erstwhile economic development contractor — the Columbia River Economic Development Council — have officially parted ways, Lisa Nisenfeld, president of the CREDC, said Monday.
Current law has difficult deadline for developers of parking garage
When voters approved money in 2006 for the new library in downtown Vancouver, they were told that a parking garage would follow with 200 public parking spaces for library patrons. But proponents of the project weren't expecting a recession to hit in 2007.
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- The Pittsburgh Steelers have tendered offers to four restricted free agents, including running backs Jonathan Dwyer and Isaac Redman.
DRIFFIELD, England (AP) -- British boxer Curtis Woodhouse got so mad, he decided to track his Twitter tormentor down.
WATERLOO, Ill. (AP) -- When it comes to dealing with this divot, score one for golfer Mark Mihal.
SOCHI, Russia (AP) -- With the Olympics less than a year away, IOC inspectors are visiting Sochi again to check on preparations for the 2014 Winter Games.
KAOHSIUNG, Taiwan (AP) -- Former MLB star Manny Ramirez has signed a short-term contract to play in Taiwan's professional baseball league.
VIENNA (AP) -- Vienna is dropping plans to bid for the 2028 Summer Olympics after a vast majority of residents rejected the idea in a referendum.
Starting March 29, it will cost city residents more money to retrieve their stray animals from the Humane Society for Southwest Washington.
First in county to hold post plans to focus on building community
If you go to listen to Clark County's first poet laureate speak at 7 tonight at the Vancouver Community Library, you'll likely hear some poetry. But you should also expect a talk focusing on the importance of community.
Stonier wants parents to hear of isolation tactics
OLYMPIA -- Schools could be required to tell parents when a teacher isolates or restrains their children, if a proposal by state Rep. Monica Stonier, D-Vancouver, passes out of the House of Representatives by Wednesday's bill deadline.
Clark County Fire District 6 is offering Community Emergency Response Team training at its station on Northeast Hazel Dell Avenue during the evening in April and May.
Spoken-word artist Kelly Zin-Yie Tsai will perform at Washington State University Vancouver's Marquee Diversity event at 7 p.m. March 27 in the Dengerink Administration building, Room 110, 14204 N.E. Salmon Creek Ave.
Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber today will finalize his state's commitment to funding the Columbia River Crossing.
The executive director of the Southwest Washington Regional Transportation Council has announced he will retire next year.
LONDON — British researchers have proposed a new theory for the origins of Stonehenge: It may have started as a giant burial ground for elite families around 3,000 B.C.
NEW DELHI — Responding to widespread shock and public criticism, India's government on Monday ordered an investigation into the prison death of one of the men charged with the gang rape of a young student in a moving bus last year, a horrific incident that sparked a national uproar over women's safety.
OLYMPIA — Supporters of a proposal to expand background checks to private gun sales struggled Monday to secure a final batch of votes that would ensure the bill’s passage.
Sport catches, test gillnetting and Bonneville Dam count all indicate few fish in the river
Clark County Auditor: Greg Kimsey is promising an evening of "Irish fun" for those who come out to support him Wednesday night for his yearly "St. Paddy's Day" campaign fundraiser.
NEW DELHI (AP) -- Indian Olympic boxer Vijender Singh has refused to provide blood and hair samples to establish whether he used illicit drugs linked to a police investigation of more than $25 million in heroin confiscated from an international criminal network.
Two reported injured in altercation
Vancouver police and emergency responders rushed to the Starbucks coffee shop at Southeast Mill Plain Boulevard and Chkalov Drive shortly before 5 p.m. after reports of a stabbing.
AT&T Inc., the second-largest U.S. wireless carrier, will begin taking consumers’ orders for BlackBerry’s new flagship Z10 phone today, ahead of the device going on sale March 22.
Innovate Washington, a public-private partnership that is working to build the state's innonvation-based businesses, has hired Tim Priest as its chief marketing and development officer.
Ridership benefits from growing employment, consistent service levels
WASHINGTON — Mass transit ridership increased nationwide last year, according to new numbers Monday, an indication that more people are going back to work and high gasoline prices are changing how they get there.
Although California voters didn't back the labeling of products made with genetically modified ingredients, the practice will soon be mandatory at Whole Foods Market Inc.
State departments are bracing for the effects of federal government sequestration
Three Fire District 6 firefighters represented Clark County in Sunday's 22nd annual Scott Firefighter Stair Climb held in Seattle to benefit the Washington/Alaska Chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
Vancouver police searched for a burglar Monday afternoon in the 2800 block of Grand Boulevard. Area residents were advised to stay inside while officers canvassed the area with a K-9 team.
Police say he is looking for weapons
The man accused of killing his grandparents in Renton, Wash., had just been released from prison.
Deal enabled him to plead guilty to just one charge
An Oregon man who led police on a 12-mile, high-speed chase Feb. 27 between Fairview, Ore., and Vancouver was sentenced in Clark County Superior Court on Monday to 60 days in jail for taking a motor vehicle without permission.
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- A basketball coach has been arrested in the latest match-fixing scandal in South Korea.
OLYMPIA — Washington is one a handful of states where marriage remains an absolute defense against allegations of some forms of rape and sexual assault.
The Vancouver nonprofit Pink Lemonade Project is hosting various activities to celebrate BRAVE Day on March 21.
GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Now that two of its partners have dropped out, a California marine terminal management company has until the end of the month to decide if it still wants to try to develop at the Port of Coos Bay, Ore., so coal mined in Montana and Wyoming can be shipped from there to Asia.
NEW YORK — New York City's ban on large-size soda drinks was blocked by a judge after industry groups including the American Beverage Association sued to stop the plan, calling it an unfair burden on small businesses.
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) -- The Anaheim Ducks have acquired center Kyle Wilson from Tampa Bay in exchange for right wing Dan Sexton.
SEATTLE — Washington State Ferries says human error is to blame for an electrical problem that destroyed a drive motor on the Walla Walla, knocking it out of service causing $3 million in damage.
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) -- Anthony Hubbard came off the bench to score 16 points and Morgan State pulled away in the second half to defeat South Carolina State 61-52 Monday night in the first round of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament.
He was a toddler in 1916 when he began his career as a child actor in silent films and sat on the laps of such leading ladies as Mary Pickford and Gloria Swanson. As a 5-year-old he worked with legendary director Cecil B. DeMille, who would mentor Moore as he transitioned to directing in adulthood.
SAN FRANCISCO — A federal appeals court ruled Monday that the makers of the Broadway musical "Jersey Boys" did not violate copyright law by using a short clip from "The Ed Sullivan Show" in the Tony-winning show.
OLYMPIA — Hundreds of workers at an Olympia hospital went on strike Monday over their health care costs.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) -- TrayVonn Wright led North Dakota State with 19 points and the Bison survived a defensive battle to beat Western Illinois 55-43 Monday night in the semifinals of the Summit League tournament.
The part of world's most famous sled dog race, the Iditarod, started March 2 in Willow, Alaska, 50 miles north of Anchorage. The race teams leave the big crowds behind for remote terrain shared mostly with their dogs on a grueling 1,000-mile trek through unpredictable wilderness to the old gold rush town of Nome. Whoever reaches Nome first wins a new truck and $50,400. The next 29 mushers to cross the finish line will split rest of the $600,000 purse.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) -- Nate Wolters scored 18 points and South Dakota State got hot from behind the 3-point line in the second half Monday to overcome a slow start and beat IPFW 72-56 in the semifinals of the Summit League tournament.
VATICAN CITY — As cardinals move to elect a new pope, the Vatican has seemed intent on getting people to forget the last one.
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -- Javon McCrea scored six of his 21 points in overtime as Buffalo defeated Central Michigan 74-72 Monday night in the opening round of the Mid-American Conference tournament.
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- The St. Louis Rams are shopping for two starting safeties after releasing Quintin Mikell and with Craig Dahl an unrestricted free agent.
Camas woman has shed 100 pounds-plus, but recently hit a wall of sorts
Talk with Laina Harris about her efforts to lose weight and learn more about some of the challenges she's faced and still faces as she continues her battle, one that many Americans also wage these days.
Construction crews today began setting concrete girders at the northern convergence of Interstate 5 and Interstate 205, marking a milestone for the Salmon Creek Interchange Project.
SEATTLE — The mother of a man fatally wounded by police in Portland said she was on the phone with her son when it happened.
SEOUL, South Korea — A state-run newspaper in North Korea said Monday the communist country had carried out a threat to cancel the 1953 armistice that ended the Korean War, following days of increased tensions over its latest nuclear test.
Cardinals are widely expected to cast the first ballot Tuesday afternoon
VATICAN CITY — On the eve of their conclave to select a new pope, cardinals held their final debate Monday over whether the Catholic Church needs a manager to clean up the Vatican or a pastor to inspire the faithful at a time of crisis.
JOHANNESBURG — Olympian athlete Oscar Pistorius, charged with the Valentine's Day murder of his girlfriend, is not suicidal, his family announced Monday.
WASHINGTON — A federal judge sounded skeptical Monday of former Sen. Larry Craig's claim that he properly used $217,000 in campaign funds for his legal defense after his arrest in a 2007 airport bathroom sex sting.
DETROIT — Former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick was convicted Monday of corruption charges, ensuring a return to prison for a man once among the nation's youngest big-city leaders.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press that book signings for Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick scheduled at Barnes & Noble have been canceled because of threats against him.
Warplane was based at Whidbey Island base
SPOKANE — A U.S. Navy warplane crashed near Harrington about 9 a.m. today, on a routine training mission.
A search for a possible missing hiker in Skamania County was suspended at dark, authorities said.
CHICAGO — The owner of a scrap company where the remains of several school buses were found after being stolen from the Far South Side of Chicago has been charged with illegal possession of auto titles, police said.
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration has expelled two Venezuelan diplomats, U.S. officials said Monday, in retaliation for Venezuela's expulsion of two U.S. military attaches.
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration answered more requests from the public to see government records under the Freedom of Information Act last year but more often than ever cited legal exceptions to censor or withhold the material, according to a new analysis by The Associated Press. It frequently cited the need to protect national security and internal deliberations.
WASHINGTON — Efforts are under way in Congress and at least half a dozen states to raise taxes on firearms or ammunition to pay for programs targeting gun violence.
LOS ANGELES — An earthquake rolled through a wide swath of Southern California late Monday morning but there were no immediate reports of damage.
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- New York Knicks big man Amare Stoudemire has undergone surgery on his right knee.
Driver allegedly speeding, flashing lights on I-5 in Oregon
A Vancouver man has been cited in Oregon for driving 80 mph on Interstate 5 while flashing lights on his car that resembled those used by police.
YPSILANTI, Mich. (AP) -- Jalen Ross' 3-pointer with 32 seconds left gave Eastern Michigan a 45-44 victory over Northern Illinois in the opening round of the Mid-American Conference tournament Monday night.
Washington also gets top grade
CONCORD, N.H. — An analysis by a nonpartisan nonprofit that focuses on making government transparent and accountable is giving the Legislatures in New Hampshire and Connecticut an 'A' grade for how they make legislative information available. The Sunlight Foundation also gave the top mark to Arkansas, Georgia, Kansas, North Carolina, Texas and Washington.
PORTLAND — A body found by a hiker at the bottom of a ravine in the Columbia River Gorge has been identified as that of a man suspected of smashing into a motel room and dragging his wife toward a car before a witness intervened.
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -- Javon McCrea scored six of his 21 points in overtime as Buffalo defeated Central Michigan 75-72 Monday night in the opening round of the Mid-American Conference tournament.
BOWLING GREEN, Ohio (AP) -- Jon Harris scored 14 points as 11th-seeded Miami (Ohio) snapped a nine-game losing streak in beating sixth-seeded Bowling Green 63-52 in the first round of the Mid-American Conference tournament Monday night.
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) -- For the second straight game, Deven Williams set a career scoring high for Savannah State as the Tigers defeated Maryland-Eastern Shore 59-44 in Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament opening round action Monday night.
CARSON, Calif. (AP) -- The Los Angeles Galaxy signed former University of Michigan defender Kofi Opare on Monday.
PEORIA, Ariz. (AP) -- Tyson Ross pitched two-hit ball in his second straight scoreless outing, and Yonder Alonso hit one of the San Diego Padres' three homers in a 10-0 romp over The Oakland Athletics on Monday.
SURPRISE, Ariz. (AP) -- Hunter Pence doubled, tripled and drove in both runs Monday in the San Francisco Giants' 2-1 victory over the Texas Rangers.
ASHBURN, Va. (AP) -- Robert Griffin III remains ahead of schedule in his rehabilitation from major knee surgery.
GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) -- Daisuke Matsuzaka left his outing Monday because of a cramp in his right calf, overshadowing a fine performance by Scott Kazmir as the Cleveland Indians played to a 0-0 tie with Jered Weaver and the Los Angeles Angels.
Talk with Laina Harris about her efforts to lose weight and learn more about some of the challenges she's faced and still faces as she continues her battle, one that many Americans also wage these days.
In a wide ranging interview, State Rep. Jim Moeller discusses how he feels the Washington State Legislative session will turn out.
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Southern California starting center Dewayne Dedmon and backup big man James Blasczyk have been suspended indefinitely following allegations the pair was involved in a melee in Spokane, Wash., over the weekend.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Attorneys for a high school football player facing rape accusations in Ohio are asking a judge to dismiss the case against him because they say the "unavailability of material witnesses" denies him his right to a fair trial.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) -- Penn State's pro day for NFL scouts gave Nittany Lions seniors another chance to show off ahead of next month's draft.
FLORHAM PARK, N.J (AP) -- The New York Jets have signed quarterback David Garrard to back up -- and provide a challenge to -- starter Mark Sanchez.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Howard University football coach Gary Harrell is taking a personal leave of absence for the 2013 season.
PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. (AP) -- The Tampa Bay Rays have trimmed their spring roster to 54 players by optioning five pitchers to the minor leagues and reassigning three others to minor league camp.
Police are investigating a fatal shooting in Gresham.
MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. (AP) -- Pro day at Central Michigan received a little more buzz than usual.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) -- It's been six months since the last IndyCar race, when the focus was still on the drivers and the on-track product.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) -- The Denver Broncos have released talented but troubled linebacker D.J. Williams, who was suspended for nine games last season and lost his starting job to Wesley Woodyard.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- The Tennessee Titans have placed a second-round tender on center Fernando Velasco before the start of free agency.
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) -- The Arizona Cardinals have released running back Beanie Wells after four injury-plagued seasons.
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) -- West Virginia's Tavon Austin has been named winner of the Johnny Rodgers Award as the top return specialist in college football in 2012.
Popular demand leads to new degree in hospitality business management
That little school out on the Salmon Creek prairie seemed to grow in a flash, when measured in terms of ordinary academic development. In just about three decades, Washington State University Vancouver has grown from infancy to adulthood: 13 buildings on 351 acres; almost 3,000 students guided by a faculty that includes 140 Ph.D.s; and almost 10,000 alumni, three-fourths of whom live in Southwest Washington. WSU Vancouver now offers 19 bachelor's, nine master's and two doctorate degrees, with courses in 37 fields of study.
Vancouver — The 22nd annual Paddy Hough Parade begins at 12:30 p.m. Friday. Walkers, marchers and vehicles will begin at Hough Elementary School on Daniels Street. The best viewing spot for the 45-minute parade is on Main St. in the Uptown Village area.
It's not just a women's issue.
SEATAC — Police are looking for two men in the shooting that killed a man and wounded another man at a house in SeaTac where marijuana is growing.
The Portland Trail Blazers week in review
The Portland Trail Blazers week in advance
High school schedule this week
Commentary: Candace Buckner
Brent Kearsley seems like a sensible man.
Commentary: Tim Martinez
It's the first full week of the spring sports season, so that's means I'm going to discuss -- what else -- the weather.
What’s the buzz from the world of sports? Here are some items that will have people talking:
Isaiah Smith has several college offers
Isaiah Smith took a gamble on himself this school year.
When Evergreen Public Schools' Henrietta Lacks Health and Bioscience High School opens in the fall, it will house the state's first high school students exploring pharmacy careers in a simulation pharmacy.
It would boost salmon by protecting fish they eat
A draft ecological plan now under review could mark a subtle but significant shift in the way policymakers manage West Coast fisheries.
Board to consider resolution urging adequate dollars for K-12 education
At its Tuesday board meeting, Evergreen Public Schools will bring a resolution urging the Washington State Legislature to address K-12 funding.
A Southwest Washington soldier risked his life during the Korean War to save an Army officer from certain death.
Business name: Amfit Inc.
The Washington state legislators have discriminated against citizens, failed to protect public health and failed to recognize area needs when endorsing projects.
I'm writing in response to the March 2 letter "Cleaner coal means good jobs" from Jodi Guetzloe Parker of the Columbia Pacific Building Trades Council, backers of proposed coal terminals.
I am a cardiac nurse and care for many patients with heart failure, the most common reason for hospitalization in patients over 65. Many patients experience frequent re-admissions related to lack of preventative maintenance. Frequent costly re-admissions and life-threatening complications can be avoided by careful management of weight and diet.
After reading the March 1 editorial, "Time to rescue supermajority," — advocating a two-thirds legislative majority to approve any state tax increases — I suggest that maybe we can move toward getting the state to provide roads, bridges, schools, and other state services for free.
What do visitors see when they drive in Clark County? Litter. Everywhere.
Being active doesn't have to mean spending hours at the gym, taking up running or wearing spandex. There are lots of ways to be active.
Every so often, we find ourselves hearing a word that has been so overused by the mainstream media that we become anesthetized to what it really means.
Building permits over $25,000 issued by Clark County's Department of Community Development for Feb. 18-March 1
Laina Harris has been at a standstill since August.
The following have applied to the Washington State Liquor Control Board:
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A daly listing of death notices
An open forum for community discussion.
Columbia river gorge — The White Salmon Valley School District will host an information night to assess interest in Clark College classes in White Salmon. The 7 p.m. March 18 meeting will be in the library at Columbia High School, 1455 N.W. Bruin Country Road, White Salmon.
NEW YORK (AP) -- The New York Giants have placed a first-round tender on Victor Cruz, allowing the wide receiver to enter restricted free agency.
BRADENTON, Fla. (AP) -- Jake Arrieta struck out five over four scoreless innings, allowing two hits in the Baltimore Orioles' 4-3 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates on Monday.
IRVING, Texas (AP) -- The Dallas Cowboys have released linebacker Dan Connor and restructured the contracts of three more players, moves expected to get the team under the salary cap.
AMES, Iowa (AP) -- Iowa State senior Anthony Booker has apologized for making an obscene gesture during Saturday's win over West Virginia.
New research is challenging widely held beliefs about the dietary benefits of unsaturated fats, showing that some types long considered healthy, such as corn and safflower oil, may actually harm people with heart problems.
Overweight and obese patients might not be the only ones who dread stepping on the scale each time they visit the doctor's office.
Heather Rice calls them "kitty cat whiskers" — one acupuncture needle inserted on each side of the nostrils, an acupuncture point known as Large Intestine 20.
Small study shows improvements in mood, body mass
LONDON — Deep-brain stimulation, a technique that has shown promise in treating mental disorders and Parkinson's disease, may also help severe and enduring anorexia, a small, early-stage study suggests.
WASHINGTON -— A new association of tanning salon owners is trying to salvage the reputation of sun beds despite a broad consensus among doctors and researchers that the devices can cause cancer.
If you want to increase your chances of avoiding Alzheimer's disease, you might want to drop the cheeseburger.
WEST CHESTER, Pa. — In 11 years of teaching, ditching students' desk chairs in favor of yoga balls is one of the best decisions Robbi Giuliano thinks she ever made.
SEATTLE (AP) -- Nigerian forward Obafemi Martins says on Twitter he is leaving Spanish club Levante to join the Seattle Sounders.
ROME (AP) -- Juventus coach Antonio Conte has been questioned again by the Italian soccer federation's prosecutor about a match-fixing case.
BOSTON (AP) -- Boston University hockey coach Jack Parker is retiring after 40 years on a job in which he won almost 900 games and three national championships.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) -- The San Francisco 49ers have signed nose tackle Ian Williams to a two-year contract extension.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- The Nashville Predators have put forwards Patric Hornqvist and Colin Wilson on injured reserve, and they have activated Brandon Yip and recalled Matt Halischuk from the AHL to fill the roster spots.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Percy Harvin is on his way to Seattle to join the Seahawks.
CHICAGO (AP) -- A person familiar with the situation says the Chicago Blackhawks have placed defenseman Steve Montador on waivers.
SEATTLE (AP) -- A Seattle police report on an incident involving Washington tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins says the driver of a vehicle involved in a weekend accident had a bloody nose consistent with hitting his face on the windshield and the strong odor of an alcoholic beverage.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- The Columbus Blue Jackets have reassigned defenseman Cody Goloubef to their American Hockey League affiliate in Springfield, Mass.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Cornerback DeAngelo Hall has been released by the Washington Redskins, a casualty of the team's NFL-imposed salary cap penalty on the eve of the start of free agency.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) -- IndyCar driver E.J. Viso does not believe the death of Hugo Chavez will affect the sponsorship of he and other Venezuelan drivers.
NEW YORK (AP) -- Newly hired New York Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg says Mark Sanchez will probably have "just a little bit of a leg up" in any quarterback competition the team has this offseason.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) -- Elizabeth Beynnon scored 15 points to help Marist beat Iona 72-48 on Monday, giving the Red Foxes their eighth straight MAAC tournament conference title and another trip to the NCAA tournament.
SARASOTA, Fla. (AP) -- Baltimore Orioles right fielder Nick Markakis is scheduled to have an MRI Monday afternoon and hopes the neck spasms that he has been coping with since March 3 aren't anything serious.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) -- Indiana coach Tom Crean says he apologized to Michigan assistant Jeff Meyer for their heated exchange after Sunday's game.
NEW YORK (AP) -- NFL stars J.J. Watt, Von Miller and Champ Bailey will take part in a weeklong visit to U.S. troops at military bases throughout the Middle East.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) -- The Denver Broncos have re-signed backup safety David Bruton to a three-year deal, keeping their special teams ace from entering free agency Tuesday.
PORTO SANT'ELPIDIO, Italy (AP) -- Defending champion Vincenzo Nibali has taken the overall lead from Chris Froome in the Tirreno-Adriatico race.
HENDERSON, Nev. (AP) -- Authorities say burglars made off with two Super Bowl rings from the Las Vegas-area home of former San Francisco 49ers kicker Mike Cofer.
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Chipper Jones in a New York Yankees' uniform?
NEW YORK (AP) -- Louisville junior Gorgui Dieng, who was second in Big East play in rebounding (10.8) and blocked shots (2.8), has been selected the conference's defensive player of the year.
SURPRISE, Ariz. (AP) -- The names Chris Getz and Johnny Giavotella appear right next to each other on an alphabetical listing of the Kansas City Royals who are still in spring training camp.
BELLEFONTE, Pa. (AP) -- A new filing by Jerry Sandusky's appellate lawyer lists seven grounds for his appeal of a 45-count conviction for child sexual abuse.