Commissioners may vote May 29 on first step
Clark County commissioners are scheduled to decide next week if they will begin the process of crafting a home rule charter for county government.
Hurley Development new owner of former Pacific Tower; firm has targeted city's urban corridor
Another downtown Vancouver building has sold to Hurley Development, a local company in its fifth year of snapping up real estate in this city's only urban corridor.
Detectives with the Children's Justice Center arrested a Vancouver man Wednesday afternoon on suspicion of raping a 5-year-old relative.
A suspicious metallic object left in a staff bathroom at Tukes Valley Middle School prompted an evacuation of the middle and primary school this morning.
Congresswoman's provision advises agency to consider project's economic impacts
U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler moved legislation on Wednesday cautioning the U.S. Coast Guard to think twice about granting a permit for a new Columbia River bridge if it restricts river traffic.
Trio used taxi as a getaway car
A 22-year-old Vancouver man who, along with two accomplices, used a taxi as a getaway car was sentenced to nearly four years in prison for the April 11 robbery of the Salmon Creek branch of iQ Credit Union.
A federal judge has chastised TriMet for failing to release scores of internal emails, memos and other documents to attorneys in a lawsuit on behalf of two pedestrians struck and killed by a bus in 2010.
Power knocked out for 2,000 Clackamas customers
A Battle Ground man wrecked his newly purchased sports car Tuesday night, and then had to sit in the wreckage for an hour until downed power lines could be made safe.
Northwest's geology holds great potential
The Northwest's geology holds the potential to offer a cavernous storage bank for excess energy on the regional power grid, according to a broad study released this week.
Nonprofit group hosts races Sunday at Vancouver Lake
From the shore along Vancouver Lake, you can see ospreys slice through the sky, then suddenly wheel around and plunge toward a target in the water.
Joseph Reilly: A neurosurgeon told Dr. George Dulabon and Reilly's mother, Terrina Vough, that he wanted to take Reilly off a ventilator when Reilly first went to the intensive care unit due to the severity of his injuries. Dulabon did not make the suggestion. The information was attributed to Dulabon in a story on page A1 on May 11.
An estimated 1,500 from Vancouver and Evergreen public schools third-graders will participate in the 11th annual Children’s Cultural Parade at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site at 10 a.m. May 31.
Hazel Dell — How do you warm up a crowd that came to hear the Dalai Lama? Melinda Dishaw of Hazel Dell went for light classical melodies and spiritual Beatles tunes like "Here Comes the Sun," "The Long and Winding Road" and "Imagine."
Esther Short — Supporters of the Humane Society for Southwest Washington raised $58,000 during the annual Walk/Run for the Animals on May 4.
West Minnehaha — Evergreen Habitat for Humanity's 27th local home construction project, this time on Northeast 49th Street, got a boost when 17 women volunteered May 11 in honor of National Women Build Week. The property is the future home of Kathy Murphy, a teacher, and her four children, who will probably be able to move in this summer. Lowe's donated a $5,000 store gift card to Evergreen Habitat for Humanity and $1.75 million to Habitat's 2013 National Women Build program, supporting 300 Habitat affiliates.