Sex offender: Brian Andrew Younce was convicted of communication with a minor for immoral purposes in 1996 with a victim he had previously had sex with against her will. A news item on Page C2 Thursday gave the incorrect year and incorrectly stated Younce's previous interactions with the victim.
A Vancouver home was damaged Friday afternoon after fire sparked in a wall behind the laundry room.
By Friday morning, the Powerball jackpot had climbed to an estimated $600 million - the largest prize in the game's history, and the second-largest lottery jackpot ever.
He's accused of trying to kill police officers
ASTORIA, Ore. (AP) — A trial is under way in Astoria for a Washington state man accused of trying to kill police officers.
Two Vancouver men and a woman have pleaded guilty in Clark County Superior Court to a variety of crimes related to the April 11 robbery of the Salmon Creek iQ Credit Union.
LONGVIEW (AP) — An inmate who collapsed at the Cowlitz County Jail died Thursday at a Vancouver hospital.
Vitaliy Yaremkiv, 25, of Vancouver pleaded guilty today in U.S. District Court in Tacoma to conspiracy to traffick counterfeit goods. He sold counterfeit airbags online to mostly independent garages.
Robert A. Luyster, 31, his brother, Brent. W. Luyster, 32, and Donald H. McElfish, 62, appeared today in Clark County Superior Court on accusations of a hate crime against black patrons and their friends March 18 at Vancouver's QuarterDeck Bar.
Bail set at $250,000, half of what prosecutor asked
Sergio J. Leon, 21, and Aaron B. Davey, 24, both of Vancouver, are accused of unlawfully imprisoning and raping a woman on Thursday.
A fire at a Harney Heights apartment that led to the death of a 66-year-old woman was determined to be most likely caused by improperly discarded cigarettes, according to the Vancouver Fire Marshal Heidi Scarpelli.
Interim Vancouver Police Chief Chris Sutter is back at work today after he collapsed Thursday, according to Vancouver Police Spokeswoman Kim Kapp.
Hazel Dell Parade of Bands goes up, up and away with superhero theme for Saturday event
When it comes to defining a superhero, Batman and Superman certainly both fit the bill — but to many people, so do firefighters, nurses, soldiers, police officers and other first responders.
Event organizer’s children provide ideas, assistance for kids event with construction equipment
Ranee Nutter relies on some expert help as she plans the kids construction playground that is Dozer Day. Each year, her two children — Jerry, 16, and Sammi, 13 — help her create new attractions at the two-day event, she said.
It will close branch, move staff to ex-West Coast Bank site
Columbia Bank will consolidate its two downtown Vancouver branches into one office in late summer, the bank's CEO said after a bank-sponsored forecast breakfast event on Thursday.
A $4 million improvement project will close the intersection of Northeast 119th Street and Northeast 50th Avenue for several months starting next week, according to the Clark County Public Works department.