The Clark County council has a triathlon of a public hearings scheduled Tuesday, considering policy updates in three controversial areas: the county's 2015-2016 budget; its fee-waiver program; and its 20-year growth plan.
Most people make dozens of movements in their sleep each night. They turn from side to side, from belly to back. They move an arm, reposition a leg. They scratch. They adjust the blankets, flip their pillow.
Each year, more than 200,000 women in the U.S. are diagnosed with breast cancer, including thousands of women in Washington. In honor of their fight — and as part of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month — The Columbian published this collection of stories about the women who have received breast cancer diagnoses, the science and technological advances for treating them and the community that supports them.