After months of rumors about who might run against Vancouver Mayor Tim Leavitt, a last-minute challenger came as a surprise Friday afternoon — even to himself.
A Vancouver home was damaged Friday afternoon after fire sparked in a wall behind the laundry room.
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.
SWAT team members arrested three Clark County men on suspicion of second-degree felony assault and racially motivated malicious harassment in connection with a disturbance at a Vancouver bar.
The pedestrian struck by a tractor-trailer in downtown Vancouver on Monday was listed in critical condition at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center Thursday afternoon.
Interim Vancouver Police Chief Chris Sutter has been released from the hospital after he collapsed at the Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony this morning.
Vancouver City Council, Position 2: Alishia Topper will kick off her campaign 5:30 to 7 p.m. Monday at Charlie's Bistro, 1220 Main St. For more information go to http://www.electtopper.com.
Total Wine & More, the nation's biggest chain, opens today near Vancouver mall
Another large liquor store chain — the nation's biggest — has arrived in Vancouver to cash in locally on the state's newly privatized market for selling hard liquor.
He is being held on $20,000 bail
A 47-year-old Vancouver man appeared today in Clark County Superior Court on suspicion of viewing, possessing and dealing child porn.
Man, 62, has reportedly been unemployed for a decade
A 62-year-old bank robbery suspect inadvertently revealed his identity to police by using a pay slip with his name and address for his robbery note, court records say.
The pedestrian struck by a semi-tractor trailer on Monday has been identified as Kevin J. Hoskins, 25, with no listed address. He is in serious condition at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center.
Injuries do not appear to be life-threatening
A 17-year-old girl was taken to the hospital after she was struck by a vehicle in the 3100 block of Falk Road, near Eleanor Roosevelt Elementary, early this morning.
Pilot program supplies sixth-graders with tablets
The tools used by sixth-graders in Carolyn Conners' English/world studies classroom at Alki Middle School are a study in contrasts.
Hough — A recently unveiled billboard at 1405 N. Lombard St. in Portland proclaims, in a childish scrawl, "One Kind Word Can Change the World." The sentiment is part of a spring positive message campaign by nonprofit The Joy Team and Hough Elementary School. The "One Kind Word" billboard is one of 20 The Joy Team put up to share positivity with the community.