Vancouver man on trial in stabbing death of his girlfriend
After Dennis Wolter was found covered in blood on May 26, 2011, he maintained during a nearly two-hour interrogation at the Camas Police Station that the blood belonged to his injured black Lab dog, Charlie.
The Wendy Rose statue on the waterfront is headless again.
Simulated bioterrorism attack puts county health department, first responders to the test (with video)
Full-scale exercise held over three days
Should an act of bioterrorism ever occur in Clark County, public health officials are ready to respond.
The head of Multnomah County’s health department was arrested on an accusation of domestic violence, but her husband declined to press charges.
Another low-pressure system expected to arrive Tuesday
The system that set rain and low temperature records in Vancouver is on its way out, but not fast enough to make this an idea Memorial Day weekend.
Attorney for plaintiffs argues city council has no authority to reject initiative
Vancouver man faced child molestation accusations in 2010
Beaverton police Officer Christopher R. Warren, 33, appeared in Clark County Superior Court today on accusations he raped a 5-year-old relative. Oregon prosecutors declined to charge him with child molestation in a separate case in 2010.
The new finance director for Camas is a familiar face.
Clark College alumni Rick and Ellie Tymer received the college's Presidential Award for Excellence at the Clark College Foundation's Savoring Excellence event on May 15. Rick Tymer, a retired former faculty member from the auto technology program, was instrumental in bringing to Clark the Toyota T-TEN program, a training program that prepares students for jobs as certified Toyota and Lexus technicians. The Tymers live in Torrance, Calif.
The professional sales certificate program in the College of Business at Washington State University Vancouver has been named one of the 2013 Top University Sales Programs by the Sales Education Foundation. WSU Vancouver's program was recognized for preparing students for professional selling careers and placing top talent in professional selling roles.
PORTLAND — Since opening in 1946, the Portland Meadows racetrack has withstood a fire that burned its grandstand to the ground and the massive flood that eliminated Vanport City. But it might not survive the exodus of gamblers who prefer the simplicity of slot machines to the inscrutable numbers inside the Daily Racing Form.
PORTLAND — Developers proposing a $7 billion plant to export natural gas from the Rockies and Canada to Asia filed a formal application this week with federal regulators.
ONTARIO, Ore. — An Eastern Oregon checkpoint aimed at keeping invasive species from hitchhiking into Oregon on boats has opened for the spring, and it found an infested boat the next day.
SEATTLE — News Census figures show Seattle had the 14th largest population jump among all U.S. cities between 2011 and 2012.
Woman was stabbed multiple times, her body dumped
Camas police Officer Stefan Hausinger thought he was about to write just another routine speeding ticket in the early morning hours of May 26, 2011, when he pulled over Dennis Wolter, who was driving a blue Dodge pickup on Southeast Evergreen Highway.