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Daybreak Youth Services RWC Center for Adolescent Recovery in Brush Prairie opened on May 18, 2017.

Daybreak Youth Services, state agency file complaints against each other

Both the Washington Department of Health and Daybreak Youth Services filed complaints against the other Wednesday over the department’s suspension of the facility’s licenses.
Vancouver Police officers stand outside a barricade that hides a body on Tuesday, May 30, 2023, at the site of a fatal shooting in the Heights Shopping Center parking lot.

Man killed by Vancouver police fired at cops; officers were wearing body cams

The man killed by police in a central Vancouver shopping center parking lot late Tuesday afternoon was wanted for multiple armed robberies and fired at pursuing officers, according to the…
Courts & Crime
Traffic proceeds north on 32nd Street across a set of railroad tracks in Washougal.

Washougal to get $40M for underpass at railroad crossing

One weekday afternoon, Washougal City Manager David Scott was driving south on 32nd Street in Washougal, about to merge onto state Highway 14, when he was stopped by the familiar…
Community Funded Journalism
Former Congressman Don Bonker, center, and Oregon Congressman Earl Blumenauer speak after a recognition reception for the 25th anniversary of the passage of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Act on Aug. 13, 2011, at Skamania Lodge.

Don Bonker, former Southwest Washington congressional representative, dead at 86

Don Bonker, who represented Southwest Washington in Congress for 14 years, yet rarely missed his children’s phone calls or baseball games, died Tuesday at his home in Silverdale. He was…
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The doors are locked, the lights off and phone disconnected at The Noble Foundation's Nuestra Casa/Our Place Multicultural Community Center offices in Vancouver and Kelso (pictured here). A note posted at the Vancouver location says the office is temporarily closed, but residents receiving rental assistance through the nonprofit fear they may be evicted without help from the county.

Nonprofit providing rent assistance in Clark County closes doors

Some Clark County renters may be facing an uncertain future after a Vancouver nonprofit providing rental assistance recently closed its doors.


Boeing employees assemble 787s inside their main assembly building on their campus in North Charleston, S.C., on Tuesday, May 30, 2023.

Aerospace incentives cut Boeing’s Washington taxes last year by $86 million

Boeing paid “more than $200 million” in taxes to Washington state last year, the company said. It added that is $86 million less than it…


Debra Tate, sister of Sharon Tate, arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" at the TCL Chinese Theatre on July 22, 2019.

Manson disciple who conspired to kill Washington beauty queen Sharon Tate could go free

The sister of actress Sharon Tate is asking for the public’s support to keep Charles Manson cult killer Leslie Van Houten from being paroled.

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House Speaker Kevin McCarthy of Calif. along with other Republican members of the House, speaks at a news conference after the House passed the debt ceiling bill at the Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, May 31, 2023. The bill now goes to the Senate.

Senate races to wrap up Biden-McCarthy debt ceiling deal before default deadline

Days away from a default crisis, the U.S. Senate dashed on Thursday to wrap up work on a debt ceiling and budget cuts package that overwhelmingly cleared…

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An adult family living center burns Tuesday morning north of Camas. Ten residents were displaced and the building was destroyed.

Ten residents displaced when fire destroys Camas adult family home

Ten residents of a Camas senior living facility were displaced after the building was destroyed in a fire Tuesday morning.

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Randy Krause, Port of Seattle Fire Chief, shows the Times a sample of the PFAS product that when mixed with 97% water, produces a bubble bath that puts out fires far faster and more efficiently than only water does on Thursday, Jan. 19, 2023. But research has shown that PFAS, known as "forever chemicals," can increase health risks for certain cancers and other diseases. Sea-Tac is now trying to phase out their use. (Ellen M.

Washington AG sues PFAS manufacturers, seeks money for cleanup of drinking water

The state attorney general’s office has filed a lawsuit against nearly two dozen manufacturers of so-called “forever chemicals,” asserting the companies knew about their risks…

Nation / World

The names for the 2023 Atlantic Hurricane season are displayed at the National Hurricane Center, Wednesday, May 31, 2023, in Miami, Fla. The hurricane season starts June 1.

The 2023 Atlantic hurricane season is now underway. Here’s what to know.

It’s time for residents along the southeastern U.S. coastlines to make sure their storm plans are in place as the 2023 Atlantic hurricane season gets…

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June 1: House Freedom Caucus

Editorial cartoons for week of May 28

In Our View: Lawmakers must act to protect waterways

Crisp: Scott’s awkward riff on spanking

Letter: Give animal control more power

Letter: Build a practical bridge

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