Stories by Emily
Crews are on scene of a fire that fully engulfed a two-story house on the border of Vancouver and Camas.
A Vancouver man was seriously injured in a crash early this morning that was caused by a motorist who fell asleep at the wheel, according to the Oregon State Police.
A man was robbed just after midnight on Tuesday near Fort Vancouver Way and East McLoughlin Boulevard in Vancouver's Central Park neighborhood.
The fire was reported about 11:30 a.m. Callers reported seeing smoke and flames coming from the roof of a two-story house at 1524 S.E. Seventh Ave., one block west of the Camas Community Center.
A man with a parole warrant from a Clark County crime set a Portland hotel room on fire and threw knives and a hatchet at police in a standoff that lasted several hours Monday morning, according to Portland police.
Work crews from Larch Corrections Center offer non-profits, agencies low-cost labor
Wearing red shirts, red pants and red hard hats, a group of 10 men trimmed bushes and hauled debris at a rest stop west of Battle Ground on a rainy Wednesday.
A school bus with two children on board was involved in a crash north of Camas with a passenger vehicle this morning. The children suffered facial cuts, according to Washington State Patrol Trooper Will Finn.
Vancouver woman was injured in a single-vehicle crash Wednesday evening on state Highway 14.
SALEM, Ore. — Employees have been allowed back into the Oregon Department of Revenue building after authorities determined a suspicious powdery substance was not harmful.
A Clark County sheriff’s deputy who stopped for coffee before his shift potentially thwarted a robbery at the Hazel Dell business.
A suspected drunken driver remains in the hospital following a single-vehicle crash into a tree Sunday night in Hazel Dell.
Family of three injured, but not seriously
A mother, father and girl were injured when the sedan they were driving rolled over and ended on its top in the yard of a Rose Village residence.
Columbia Credit Union in Hazel Dell was evacuated Monday morning after two employees got sick from inhaling a suspicious odor.
A suspected drunk driver remains in the hospital following a single-vehicle crash into a tree in Hazel Dell Sunday evening.
A Battle Ground school bus with no children aboard was involved in a two-vehicle collision early this morning.
A fire this morning destroyed a La Center mobile home, located at 33011 N.E. 30th Ave.
A Vancouver was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving after his car crashed into two pickup trucks and killed one of the vehicle’s occupants Thursday night in the Rose Village neighborhood.
The Clark County Sheriff’s Office has identified the people arrested Thursday on suspicion of robbing a Salmon Creek Credit Union then fleeing in a taxi as three Vancouver residents.
Three suspects who allegedly robbed the Salmon Creek iQ Credit Union this afternoon and fled in a Radiocab taxi van, were caught on Interstate 5 and later arrested.
A commander with the Vancouver Police Department graduated from the FBI National Academy Program last month.
A former instructor at Washington State University Vancouver faces charges of producing and possession child pornography in Virginia.
Police are asking the public’s help in identifying a woman who left a Macy's with her arms full of handbags.
A semi-trailer truck that crashed into a pole on state Highway 14 east of Washougal has delayed westbound traffic on the highway.
Clark County Fire District 6 is scheduled to conduct a live burn today at 8 a.m. at a Salmon Creek house scheduled to be demolished.
The family of the 11-year-old Aloha, Ore., girl who was struck and killed by a car while she was in her front yard has set up a donation account to offset the cost of her memorial.
Prosecutor will decide whether to charge official with longshore union
Vancouver police have completed their investigation into allegations that an official with the International Longshore and Warehouse Union maliciously caused $300,000 worth of damage to United Grain Corp. equipment at the company's export terminal at the Port of Vancouver.
A cougar was killed after it walked onto Interstate 5 this morning and was struck by a southbound car in the Woodland area.
A crash on Interstate 205 near Northeast Padden Parkway blocked one lane of southbound traffic for about an hour.
With warm weather and no customers yet, Toque Coffee barista Kayli Becker enjoyed the slow early morning hours of Easter Sunday.
A Vancouver bicyclist died from injuries he suffered after he collided with a pedestrian in Northeast Hazel Dell last week.
Concerns about marathon helped bring Evergreen Shores residents together
When swarms of runners raced down East Evergreen Boulevard in June in pursuit of finishing a marathon, some area residents awoke surprised.
An autopsy performed on a body found in a smoking car west of Vancouver Lake revealed that the cause of death was suicide.
A fire that broke out in the basement of a Camas house was quickly extinguished by firefighters late Sunday night.
More than 800 kids brought their baskets and cheer to the Easter Egg Hunt for Acceptance of all Abilities, held at McKenzie Stadium behind Evergreen High School. Organizers estimated about 75 percent of the children had some sort of disability.
A woman in her 40s was severely pinned inside her vehicle in a multi-car collision on State Highway 503 southbound between Padden Parkway and Northeast 76th Street.
Three people were arrested on suspicion of possessing heroin Thursday afternoon after police served a search warrant at a Battle Ground mobile park.
A man was arrested after an hour and a half standoff with Vancouver police in the Rose Village neighborhood this afternoon.
Employee was locked in the bathroom
Police are investigating a report of an armed robbery just before 9 a.m. at 2800 East Fourth Plain Boulevard.
Aunt believes she may be victim of sex-trafficking
A Vancouver family searching for their missing teen fears she may have gotten caught up in the local sex-trafficking scene. While Vancouver police investigate the disappearance of 16-year-old Isabella Castillo, the family is asking the public for help in the search.
Big cat suspected of killing 80-pound dog
Cougar attack and sighting has neighborhood near Livingston Mountain on edge.
Live burn in Salmon Creek gives crews chance to practice fighting actual blaze
As a volunteer firefighter with Fire District 6 for the past three years, Lanny Kipp has responded to one small fire. So he said Wednesday's training, his second live-burn training exercise, was very beneficial.
Live burn training is scheduled for today in North Salmon Creek between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. in two houses that are set to be demolished.
Five daytime burglaries that occurred within the past 10 days have Vancouver police warning residents to take extra precaution when they leave home.
Police urge residents to take extra precautions
Five daytime burglaries that occurred within the past ten days have Vancouver police warning citizens to take extra precaution when they leave their residences.
A man was transported to the hospital after he was reportedly hit by a garbage truck just after 2 p.m. today.
A cool air mass over the area this morning is causing the National Weather Service warn of the possibility of snow at levels of 1,000 feet this morning in Southwest Washington.
Reward of up to $10,000 offered
Officials are searching for a serial arsonist that is targeting portable toilets in Camas and to catch the culprit, authorities are offering a reward for the public’s help.
Pre-dawn crash causes no serious injuries but clogs morning commute
A wrong-way semi-tractor-trailer collided with a passenger car on the Interstate 205 bridge before dawn Monday, triggering a countywide traffic jam that persisted throughout the morning. Tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of Clark County motorists were affected, with at least one veteran commuter ranking the traffic as about the worst she's ever seen.
Epic traffic jam results after 4 a.m. Glenn Jackson Bridge crash
A tractor-trailer rig going the wrong way in the southbound lanes of the Interstate 205 bridge collided with a passenger car this morning, triggering an epic traffic jam that made going very far in the Vancouver area nearly impossible.
A Vancouver woman caused a four-vehicle rear-end collision on Padden Parkway around 10 a.m. Thursday after she failed to notice cars that were stopped in a work zone.