For Hough neighborhood resident Justin Stanley, the tipping point wasn't the people camping in the Mill Plain Boulevard sound wall's alcoves. Or the needles, trash, clothes and feces they'd leave behind.
The recent burglaries of four east Clark County churches were all connected and apparently motivated by drug addiction, police said. Two people have been arrested in connection with the crimes and police anticipate additional arrests.
If you ask Vancouver police Chief James McElvain why crime occurs, the overarching reason is clear: It's human nature. You should be able to leave your wallet on a sidewalk and have nobody touch it, but that just isn't going to happen.
A Vancouver contractor who admitted to working without a license or insurance to cover injured workers was ordered to pay the state more than $72,000, according to a news release from the Department of Labor & Industries.
After deliberating for about six hours over a two-day span, jurors hit a stalemate Thursday afternoon in the case of a Vancouver man accused of raping a teenaged girl and fleeing to Cambodia last year to avoid prosecution.
A 63-year-old man pleaded guilty in Clark County Superior Court on May 14 to felony attempted theft in connection with a fraudulent auto insurance claim, according to a news release from state Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler.