In late March, Vancouver police swept through an eight-unit apartment complex and separate manager's residence alongside Warrior Field in the Maplewood neighborhood. Nearly 20 arrests were made at 2009 and 2015 Norris Road for drug and property crimes. A statement from the city said the place had been the source of more than 150 police calls from residents and neighbors in a single year.
A Southwest Washington lawmaker — and outspoken critic of the Columbia River Crossing — introduced a measure Monday aiming to formalize work between Oregon and Washington to address the Interstate 5 bridge.
On a sunny afternoon in Vancouver, a former bank software expert, a temp, a nurse and a restaurant worker kept their hands busy as they chatted about why they left their old jobs and decided to try something new.
Jim Carlson's property doesn't look like much — at least, not yet. His 7.2 acres off Northeast 179th Street near Interstate 5 looks just about like you'd expect: a house, a barn and a backyard that stretches into the woods.