When Daniella Mathews pulled up to her home near Heritage High School on Wednesday night, she thought there was a large, fuzzy dog in her front yard. As the 18-year-old drove closer in her white Honda Civic, she found the “dog” in the driveway was a black bear.
With 3 races since April, Micah Snell, 3, is on a roll in fundraising effort
This Sunday, 3-year-old Micah Snell will finish his fifth marathon -- his third in just three months.
The Clark County Amateur Radio Club will join thousands of amateur radio operators in their emergency capabilities from noon to 4 p.m. June 22 at the SEH America overflow parking lot, 3900 N.E. 112th Ave.
The Parks Foundation of Clark County is again selling engraved bricks that will be installed around the bell tower in Esther Short Park to pay for beautification at the park.
Its focus is to convince lawmakers project is needed now
Columbia River Crossing supporters have increased efforts in recent months to convince legislators in Olympia, and residents in Clark County, that a plan to replace the Interstate 5 Bridge needs funding now.
Police are investigating a possible shooting near an apartment complex in Vancouver's Harney Heights neighborhood.
Two father-daughter duos from Vancouver appeared in Clark County Superior Court Wednesday in connection with a robbery at a home in Battle Ground, where the suspects allegedly bound and beat the residents.
Northeast 137th Avenue at 39th Street will be closed 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday as crews place a base level of asphalt mix on a new roundabout.
May foreclosures rose by nearly 100 over May 2012
Clark County foreclosures rose 65 percent in May above the same month last year, and also inched slightly higher than April's rates, according to a report issued Wednesday.
The Fort Vancouver Rose Society is celebrating its 60th anniversary with — what else — a rose show.
Family and police are searching for a Vancouver teen believed to have ties with local gangs who went missing last month.
The Columbia Springs environmental education center is seeking volunteers to help remove invasive plants near its 100-acre property later this month.
Opponents sued Vancouver for not placing initiative on ballot
Residents want judge to order anti-light rail initiative on ballot
Body was found near Columbia River
Police are investigating the death of a male who appeared to have hanged himself near the Columbia River.
Statue on Columbia River waterfront was decapitated in May
Investigators are again asking for the public’s help in determining who cut off the head of “Wendy Rose.”