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Morning Press: Alert rises from river; 3rd District debate; Ridgefield cold case

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October 1, 2022, 6:00am Clark County News

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Morning Press: Watching the woods; Pied Piper Pizza closes; kidnapping

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September 10, 2022, 6:02am Clark County News

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The Cedar Creek Fire burns near Waldo Lake in Oregon.  (U.S.

Wind, storms could spread wildfires in Oregon this week

The Cedar Creek Fire burns near Waldo Lake in Oregon.  (U.S.

September 7, 2022, 7:34am Latest News

Oregon firefighters will face challenges this week as continued heat combines with windy and unstable conditions, possible thunderstorms and unwanted east winds, fire meteorologists said. Read story

Woman kidnapped in Vancouver, jumps out of moving car to escape, according to sheriff

September 5, 2022, 10:33am Clark County News

A woman was kidnapped in central Vancouver and managed to escape by jumping out of a moving vehicle in the Camas area in the early hours of Saturday morning, according to a statement from the Clark County Sheriff's Office. A suspect has been taken into custody. Read story

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Morning Press: Derelict vessels; Vancouver heat record; Ridgefield teacher union negotiations

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September 3, 2022, 6:02am Clark County News

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Serious crash closes SR 500 onramp to I-205 in Vancouver

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September 2, 2022, 1:59pm Clark County News

A serious injury crash closed the onramp from state Highway 500 west to Interstate 205 near Vancouver Mall on Friday afternoon. Read story

A car drives along Washington State Route 501 as a mirage makes the road appear covered in water on Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2022. Temperatures soared into the upper 90s on Tuesday after a cool weekend and are expected to remain high throughout the week.

Vancouver-Portland area under air quality advisory

A car drives along Washington State Route 501 as a mirage makes the road appear covered in water on Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2022. Temperatures soared into the upper 90s on Tuesday after a cool weekend and are expected to remain high throughout the week.

August 31, 2022, 12:34pm Clark County News

The Vancouver-Portland area is under an air quality advisory due to expected elevated pollution levels, according to the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality and Southwest Clean Air Agency.  Read story

A sign showing that a cooling center at the Charles Jordan Community Center is open is shown in Portland on July 26. Temperatures are expected to top 100 degrees on Tuesday and wide swaths of western Oregon and Washington are predicted to be well above historic averages throughout the week.

More hot weather expected to hit Clark County today

A sign showing that a cooling center at the Charles Jordan Community Center is open is shown in Portland on July 26. Temperatures are expected to top 100 degrees on Tuesday and wide swaths of western Oregon and Washington are predicted to be well above historic averages throughout the week.

August 30, 2022, 7:49am Clark County News

It's becoming a repeated refrain: The National Weather Service in Portland has issued a heat advisory for Clark County, the Portland-metro area, the Interstate 5 corridor and the Willamette Valley in Oregon.  Read story

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Portland man reported missing in Skamania County

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August 29, 2022, 3:08pm Clark County News

The Skamania County Sheriff's Office is searching for a Portland man that went missing from a home along the Washougal River on Friday morning.  Read story

Fire on I-5 South backs up traffic for 5 miles

August 29, 2022, 10:56am Clark County News

A car fire on Interstate 5 South near ilani has the right and center lanes blocked, according to the Washington State Department of Transportation.  Read story