Season expected to continue uninterrupted until summer salmon start on June 16
Microelectronics, Laboratories' step leaves 1 site empty
Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas and Sharp Laboratories of America have condensed staff into one of two buildings at the company's Camas campus, leaving one structure vacant and ready to lease.
She spotted inmate walking along road as she drove to work
Brandy Boyer is thankful she was 10 minutes late in leaving for work Saturday morning. Otherwise, the Department of Corrections officer said, she wouldn't have spotted and helped capture an escaped prison inmate.
Rochester resident struck by falling tree
A Rochester man was killed Monday morning in a logging accident near Cougar.
Says no need for planning funds without construction money
Gov. Jay Inslee has signed a transportation budget that puts money toward maintaining state roadways and continues spending on existing big-ticket projects, but he vetoed several sections, including one that would have spent $81 million in planning money for a replacement bridge carrying Interstate 5 over the Columbia River.
OLYMPIA — Gov. Jay Inslee spoke at a rally at the Capitol in support of a transportation funding package, saying it's "crunch time" to pay for road projects and maintain existing roads and bridges.
WALLA WALLA — English entertainer and former Monty Python member Eric Idle delivered the commencement speech Sunday at Whitman College in Walla Walla where his daughter Lily was among the 375 graduates.
A Vancouver woman was cited for second-degree negligent driving after police said she fell asleep at the wheel during rush hour this morning.
PORTLAND — Law enforcement agencies across Oregon are taking part in the "click it or ticket" seat belt enforcement campaign through June 2.
Northbound exit affected
This afternoon, Monday May 20, 2013, at approximately 12:00 p.m., North Precinct officers responded to the report of a rollover crash on the exit to Hayden Island from northbound I-5.
SPOKANE — The FBI said Monday that no one has been arrested after last week’s discovery of a pair of letters containing the deadly poison ricin in Spokane, but the agency remained tight-lipped about the investigation and a weekend raid at a downtown apartment building.
The Columbia River Crossing appears close to a mitigation agreement with two of the three major river manufacturers affected by the project, after Greenberry Industrial announced Monday that it was nearing a deal.
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court will revisit the issue of church-state separation and decide whether a town council can begin its monthly meetings with a prayer from a Christian pastor.
SEATTLE — Marijuana growing is not a green industry.
Arrest follows videotaping of horse roping event
An animal-rights activist from Vancouver has been arrested after refusing to quit videotaping at an Eastern Oregon rodeo with an event where contestants rope horses by the legs.