Brent Luyster shed tears as he recalled seeing a news report in the early morning hours of July 16, 2016, stating that his best friend and two others were fatally shot and a fourth person was wounded the night before. The report named Luyster as the shooting suspect.
Judge Robert Lewis lifted the contempt order against Brent Luyster Jr. this morning, after the boy's attorney said he still refuses to testify in his father's triple aggravated murder trial in Clark County Superior Court.
The Washington State Department of Labor & Industries has fined an Oregon construction company $115,740 for safety violations after a worker was severely injured in a fall in Ridgefield in April and later died.
There are a few things in life you never forget: your wedding day, the birth of a child or “the face of a man who shoots you and tries to murder you,” Deputy Prosecutor James Smith told jurors Wednesday morning in his opening statement in one of Clark County’s most highly publicized cases in recent memory.
WOODLAND — The Woodland Salary Commission will hold a public hearing to get input from residents about proposed increases in elected officials' salaries. The hearing is at 6 p.m. Friday in city council chambers, 200 E. Scott Ave., Woodland.
Woodland — Woodland High School’s Floral Design teams swept the Floral Design Institute’s FloraChopped competition held in Portland on Sept. 29, taking first and second place to earn $4,800 in scholarships.
WOODLAND — To raise money and awareness in the effort to end hunger, Woodland Action is doing an Empty Bowls Project for the second time. On the evening of Nov. 9, attendees will get a meal of soup and bread provided by local restaurants, as well as a hand-thrown ceramic bowl.