A pedestrian crossing the street where Mill Plain turns into East 15th was hit by a tractor-trailer Monday afternoon, Vancouver police say. The accident blocked westbound traffic on East 15th Street.
Cricket undergoes 4-hour emergency surgery at local animal clinic
A 1-year-old dog went into emergency surgery Sunday night at the Animal Care Clinic in Vancouver to clean up a bullet wound in her face.
Woman was still alive when trio pulled her from burning apartment
The Vancouver woman who died in a Portland hospital following a fire at her apartment Sunday morning has been identified as Karen Kimberling.
Vancouver woman vows disease, cancer won't keep her from helping others
A neurologist diagnosed Vancouver resident Helen Ramatowski with Parkinson's disease in January 2011. She had diagnosed herself months earlier.
Blaze destroys two units in Vancouver four-plex
A Vancouver woman died today after she was pulled out of her burning apartment early this morning.
Suspect arrested; stabbing victim wounds "non-life-threatening"
A security guard was stabbed Saturday afternoon after confronting a theft suspect at the Grand Central Fred Meyer store.
Woman pays $500, moves belongings, but can't live there
After Jennifer Bournef found a cute little house for rent in Vancouver on Craigslist, she packed up a U-Haul with all her belongings and moved from Springfield, Ore. with her three kids.
Bill would give developer Killian Pacific more time to use state subsidy to build planned underground parking for busy Vancouver facility
Storytime at the downtown Vancouver library, held on several weekday mornings, is one of the building's most bustling times. It's also when library patrons might have the most difficulty finding a parking spot.
Meeting Saturday; successful campaigns rare in Washington
Former Vancouver Mayor Royce Pollard advocated for recall of David Madore and Tom Mielke at a packed Clark County commissioners meeting earlier this week.
A man shot in Fruit Valley on Thursday has died of his wounds, police say.
Local law enforcement agencies invite the public to attend the annual Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony at 11 a.m. Thursday, May 16, in the courtyard of the Public Service Center, 1300 Franklin Street, to recognize fallen officers. Last year, 120 law enforcement officers were killed in the line of duty around the nation.
It would house aviation, cosmetology programs, if legislators OK $7.15M
The Clark County Skills Center is preparing to add a new building to its campus to house both its cosmetology program and a new program to train students for jobs in the aviation industry, in anticipation of $7.15 million in state construction dollars.
Vancouver Food Co-op to sell Burgerville sandwiches; Neighbors Market shuns anything corporate
Downtown Vancouver boosters have long called for viable grocery options. A vital, thriving downtown core requires residents, they've argued — and residents require groceries.
He says project has been inspected enough, another review would waste tax money
The Columbia River Crossing project does not need another investigation, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee wrote recently in a letter to conservative leadership in the state Senate.
Washington State Patrol said that it appears a driver experienced a medical emergency while driving, causing a single-vehicle crash that closed the East 39th Street exit to Interstate 5 southbound for about an hour and a half Wednesday afternoon.
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