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Artwork of the Interstate Bridge the day tolls are removed, which is decorated with banners celebrating it becoming a free bridge, is pictured from a collection at Clark County Historical Museum on Nov. 18.

Interstate Bridge toll removal starts new chapter

The greatest impromptu celebration in over a decade consumed downtown Vancouver on New Year’s Eve 1928. Cars waiting in anticipation jammed the streets, undeterred by the drizzle and chilly winds,…
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FILE - Jason Morisseau, a installation and maintenance technician with Waitsfield and Champlain Valley Telecom, uses a fusion splicer to install fiber optic cable that is being run to a home, in Concord, Vt., Feb. 10, 2022. The Agriculture Department is announcing on Thursday $759 million worth of grants and loans to enable rural communities to access high-speed internet. It's part of the broader $65 billion push for high-speed connectivity from last year's infrastructure law.

New state rules could expand public broadband in rural Washington

Private companies seeking to limit public broadband expansion into rural areas they serve or plan to serve may have to provide greater proof of service as part of a state…

4 books for kids, teens get them off to an early start earning, saving

Want to help your kids or grandkids get smarter about money, as well as establish good saving and spending habits? Many parents and grandparents would like to help, but how?
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Workers are dwarfed by the immensity of Boeing 747 jumbo jet nearing completion at the company's plant at Everett.

Secret files reveal Boeing doctor warned of toxic risks, birth defects

On March 18, 1980, one of Boeing’s top doctors made “a rather disastrous attempt” to alert company leadership to a problem that could be fatal.

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Roses adorn crosses at a makeshift memorial for the victims of a mass shooting at Club Q, gay nightclub, Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colo.

Vancouver pastor condemned for anti-LGBTQ sermon

The pastor for Vancouver’s Sure Foundation Baptist Church is drawing online condemnation after a Tuesday sermon during which he said “it’s a good thing” five…


Theft of catalytic converters has been the scourge of car owners across the country in recent years. But supply chain issues are making getting a vehicle up and running again even harder.

Dude, where’s my catalytic converter? Probably back in the supply chain

Tow truck driver Edgar Plata spent most of a recent Monday as he often does these days, picking up the pieces after a spree of…


Photos of Otie Ames are posted on a board during a press conference identifying Othaniel Philip Ames as the previously unidentified ???I-5- Stilly Doe??? on Thursday, Nov. 10, 2022, at the Snohomish County Administration Building East in Everett, Washington.

42 years later, authorities unmask identity of ‘Stilly Doe’

When she moved back to her hometown of Silvana with her husband in the early 1990s, Margaret Ames would go blueberry picking at the farm…

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Las Vegas Raiders running back Josh Jacobs (28) celebrates as he scores the game-winning touchdown during overtime of an NFL football game against the Seattle Seahawks Sunday, Nov. 27, 2022, in Seattle.

Raiders run over Seahawks in overtime

Josh Jacobs sprinted 86 yards for a game-ending touchdown and the Las Vegas Raiders won in overtime for the second straight week, beating the Seattle…


FILE - State Department spokesperson Ned Price speaks during a briefing at the State Department in Washington, Nov. 2, 2022. The United States and Russia will soon hold talks on resuming suspended nuclear arms control inspections that had been put on hold during the COVID-19 pandemic and languished after Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the State Department said Tuesday, Nov. 8. Price said negotiations on the inspections would take place "in the near future" under the terms of the New START treaty and would not include any discussion of the conflict in Ukraine.

U.S. says Russia abruptly postpones arms control talks

The Biden administration said Monday that Russia has abruptly and without explanation postponed the scheduled resumption of arms control talks this week.

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Clark County sheriff's deputies are investigating after employees at 7-Eleven stores in Hazel Dell and Orchards reported finding credit card skimmers -- a device installed on card readers that collects card information -- on their card readers Friday.

7-Eleven Stores report finding credit card skimmers

Clark County sheriff’s deputies are investigating after employees at 7-Eleven stores in Hazel Dell and Orchards reported finding credit card skimmers on their card readers…

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Washington’s flu hospitalizations highest in 10 years

The Washington State Department of Health has reported a rapid rise of flu cases across the state, following nationwide trends. Flu hospitalizations are at the…


From left, Stephanie Hsu, Michelle Yeoh and Ke Huy Quan in "Everything Everywhere All At Once." (Allyson Riggs/A24 Films)

‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ leads Spirit noms

The multiverse-hopping adventure film “ Everything Everywhere All At Once “ has a leading eight nominations for the Film Independent Spirit Awards with nods for…

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FILE - Payton Gendron is led into the courtroom for a hearing at Erie County Court in Buffalo, N.Y., on May 19, 2022. Gendron, a white gunman who targeted a Buffalo supermarket in a predominantly Black neighborhood, plans to plead guilty on Monday, Nov. 28, to killing 10 people and wounding three others, according to lawyers representing victims' relatives.

Buffalo gunman pleads guilty in racist supermarket massacre

The white gunman who massacred 10 Black shoppers and workers at a Buffalo supermarket pleaded guilty Monday to murder and hate-motivated terrorism charges, guaranteeing that he…

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