CEO says it will accommodate 700 workers
Ken Fisher said Monday he plans to break ground in July on a second office building, which will be able to accommodate some 700 workers on its five floors, at his Fisher Investments' campus in Camas.
The Vancouver City Council on Monday unanimously approved the creation of a local improvement district so 467 homeowners near the Columbia River can pay for railroad crossing safety upgrades for establishing quiet zones at Southeast 139th, 144th, 147th and 164th avenues.
Governor still battling to get state to pay $450 million share
It's all or nothing, Gov. Jay Inslee indicated Monday in the battle to get $450 million for the Columbia River Crossing project.
A Vancouver business owner with personal ties to the “Wendy Rose” sculpture is offering a reward for the return of the sculpture’s head, which was reported missing on May 11. The amount of the reward is determined by the quality of the tip.
A 3-year-old Hazel Dell girl was reportedly bit in the head by a dog, according to Clark County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Sgt. Fred Neiman.
He's suspected of stealing merchandise, returning it for gift cards
A man whom investigators called a large-scale “booster” in a retail theft ring appeared in court Monday.
ASTORIA, Ore. (AP) — Jurors in Astoria, Ore., have convicted a Washington state man of attempted aggravated murder and related counts in a February 2012 encounter with police at a local motel.
Jerome J. Nye withdrew Monday as a candidate for Vancouver City Council, position 2, said Clark County Auditor Greg Kimsey.
He eludes capture after high-speed case
Police tonight are looking for a driver who attempted to run down a Vancouver police officer and escaped arrest after a high-speed chase on Interstate 205.
The Free Clinic of Southwest Washington has hired a new clinic director.
Gov. Jay Inslee on Monday signed a bill that would provide more environmental protections against derelict vessels in Washington's waterways.
Lynn Hicks named interim deputy superintendent
The Battle Ground school board unanimously appointed Duane Rose as the district's interim superintendent while a successor for Shonny Bria is found. Bria is retiring June 30 after 15 years at the district's helm.
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.
Name misspelled: Steven Cronbaugh is a new board member and treasurer for the Vancouver Farmers Market. A Page C1 story on Sunday misspelled his name.