A crowd of more than 200 people, many emotional and clamoring, sat or stood at Tuesday night's meeting of Clark County commissioners. And most of them wore stickers, carried signs or joined in rounds of applause to indicate they were there in support of Ed Barnes.
A Vancouver warehouse building was heavily damaged Tuesday when a floor gave way under a heavy load of lead and collapsed onto chemicals stored below. Only one person was hurt due to chemical exposure.
She's not the type of woman to let a bout of walking pneumonia slow her pace. Vancouver resident and iUrban Teen Tech founder Deena Pierott has been quite the jet-setter lately, not only being invited in August to the White House as a "Champion of Change" but to a star-studded Ebony magazine gala this month at Lincoln Center in New York City. The magazine — which focuses on black culture in America — named Pierott on its annual Power 100 list as an "emerging leader."
For more than a year, neighbors have been complaining about suspected drug activity at 321 W. Fourth Plain Blvd. They've watched people come and go during all hours of the night and seen petty crimes, such as metal theft, increase in the area.