When a lake becomes a river, ground shifts under the neighbors. In other news this weekend, volcanologists remind visitors that St. Helens is active. Vancouver police have thousands of stolen items to try to get home. Teachers decide on a May 13 walkout, and "Idol" contestant Seavey sings for cancer fundraiser.
Clark County sheriff’s deputies captured a wanted sex offender early Sunday morning after he allegedly triggered a silent alarm while trying to break into a Hazel Dell convenience store, according to the sheriff’s office.
Morning low clouds and sunny afternoons were the weekend forecast. And sure enough, they were present Saturday morning, but not everywhere. The usual locations, like the ocean beaches, were clear and sunny. So was the Puget Sound region and areas south of Vancouver. Looking at the satellite picture early Saturday, the thickest low clouds were in Clark County.