Damage estimated at $50,000
A grease that started on a kitchen stove spread into an attic, causing significant damage to an east Vancouver home around 3 p.m. today.
Volunteers needed for national goalball championship games
You wouldn’t think of a blind person who kicked your butt in sports competition primarily as blind. You’d think of that person as the winner who kicked your butt.
A black bear died of serious head injuries after colliding with a Honda Civic on Interstate 205 Wednesday afternoon.
BELLINGHAM — The Whatcom Humane Society is opening a new $2.6 million shelter to provide more room and services for animals.
Snohomish County model would work best, officials say
Two Clark County officials behind a "Team ClarkForward" movement revealed their plan today, suggesting a reorganized county government based closely on Snohomish County.
PURDY — A gray whale has been spotted in Burley Lagoon in the south Puget Sound.
PORTLAND — Oregon officials say they’ll restripe a Portland freeway interchange where a big rig plunged about 50 feet into a parking lot Wednesday, seriously injuring the driver.
Southbound Interstate 5 is closed at the Rose Quarter exit after a counterweight fell off of a truck.
RICHLAND — Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz says he intends to have a new plan by the end of the summer for resolving technical problems with a waste treatment plant under construction at the nation's most contaminated nuclear site.
Caroline Heldman will replace Byron Pitts
Byron Pitts, ABC News anchor and chief national correspondent, cancelled his keynote address at Clark College Commencement. Pitts has been called to an emergency assignment and is unable to attend the Thursday ceremony.
SEATTLE — Passengers from a United Airlines Denver-to-Tokyo flight that diverted to Seattle on Tuesday when the Boeing 787 had an oil filter issue are on their way again.
PORT HURON, Mich. — An Oregon woman accused of dumping the body of her 89-year-old mother behind a Michigan thrift store has been charged with murder.
PORTLAND — The Oregon Mortuary and Cemetery Board is investigating cemeteries managed by the Metro Portland regional government.
The Fort Vancouver National Trust is seeking 300 volunteers to help out during Vancouver's July 4 celebration.
National Park Service Ranger Luda Leksunkin will offer a bilingual lecture Saturday to celebrate the 76th anniversary of the record-setting Chkalov flight.