Vancouver firefighters rescued three boaters in trouble on Vancouver Lake about 8 p.m. Sunday, according to emergency radio information monitored at The Columbian.
Despite success, Vancouver-based company strives to improve
Barrett Business Services Inc. is on a roll.
Vancouver's reputation as a destination for beer festivals grows as the Who's Your Daddy? kicks off summer events
Just two years ago, Clark County was a dry, barren landscape for fans of beer festivals.
Prosecution will make its rebuttal on Monday
The defense rested Thursday in the trial of Dennis Wolter, accused of stabbing his estranged girlfriend to death in May 2011.
The I-5 Project Inc. hired group of lobbyists to fight bridge project
Three Southwest Washington companies are the top donors behind a lobbying effort to influence legislators' views on the Columbia River Crossing project.
'Turn Town Purple' uses dance to forge ties, raise awareness
Mary Kasper has attended several meetings on the topic of elder abuse.
UnitedHealthcare, Regence contracts set to end June 30
Thousands of Clark County residents who receive health coverage from Regence or UnitedHealthcare may soon be faced with a tough decision: find a new physician or pay higher out-of-pocket costs.
Vancouver, port leaders urge labor group, terminal operators to end battle
More than three months in, the standoff between union dockworkers and United Grain Corp. at the Port of Vancouver shows no signs of letting up, even as Vancouver political leaders urge both parties to end the bitter battle.
Vancouver police are asking the public for help in identifying a man who burglarized a local auto repair shop last month.
Christopher Warren, who lives in Vancouver, free on bail
A Beaverton, Ore., police officer pleaded not guilty to a child rape charge this morning in Clark County Superior Court.
A motorcyclist is reportedly in critical condition following a collision with a vehicle near Clark College Thursday morning.
Fishing, archery among the activities at free Saturday event
Introductions to a range of family-friendly outdoor activities -- including fishing, disc golf and archery -- will be part of Saturday's Get Outdoors Day at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site.
Waging a battle against cancer, he will sing at concert to raise funds for him
Nathan Jenisch had been feeling bad for months. He was suffering from a nasty, persistent cough, like a smoker's lung-rattle after inhaling a pack of unfiltered cigarettes.
Vancouver man on trial in estranged girlfriend's stabbing death
Murder suspect Dennis Wolter's public school records showed signs of fetal alcohol syndrome as early as kindergarten, a defense expert testified today.
Suspect assaulted taxi driver, then took vehicle
A Broadway cab that was stolen in downtown Portland was recovered hours later in Vancouver, Portland police said.
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