A disgruntled Camas man confronted a city employee with a gun Monday evening, after the employee left him a note for violating a city code.
Bomb technicians detonated and disassembled a pipe bomb found in a Hazel Dell park Monday evening.
Many residents have been victims of property crime
Suze Marshall feels the effects of not having enough police to go around in her west Vancouver neighborhood of Arnada.
While crafting the 2013-2014 budget, the city of Vancouver was faced with a $1.8 million shortfall. On the chopping block were 13 grant-funded firefighters and five police officers, said City Councilor Bart Hansen. Through some reshuffling and outside funding, the positions were kept.
Compared to nearly all jurisdictions of similar size, Vancouver, sheriff's office have fewer officers, deputies
On a "quiet" Tuesday afternoon in east Vancouver, Sgt. Dave Henderson scanned the incoming calls for police service on the laptop in his black-and-white cop cruiser. With a few touches on the screen, he rejected several calls.
For two weeks local law enforcement agencies added extra patrols to target motorists who were either speeding, unbuckled or using a cellphone while driving.
A tow truck was stolen Wednesday morning in west Vancouver after the keys were apparently left inside.
Police were called to a reported shooting Thursday afternoon near an apartment complex in Vancouver’s Maplewood neighborhood.
When Daniella Mathews pulled up to her home near Heritage High School on Wednesday night, she thought there was a large, fuzzy dog in her front yard. As the 18-year-old drove closer in her white Honda Civic, she found the “dog” in the driveway was a black bear.
Police are investigating a possible shooting near an apartment complex in Vancouver's Harney Heights neighborhood.