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Two Vancouver residents were taken to a hospital and an Oregon woman was killed in a collision Monday on Highway 26 in Wasco County, Ore.

Oregon woman killed in crash involving Vancouver residents

Two Vancouver residents were taken to a hospital and an Oregon woman was killed in a collision Monday on Highway 26 in Wasco County, Ore.

June 29, 2020, 6:49pm Clark County News

Two Vancouver residents were taken to a hospital and an Oregon woman was killed in a collision Monday on Highway 26 in Wasco County, Ore. Read story

Dad, 5-year-old struck in crosswalk in Minnehaha area

June 27, 2020, 9:11pm Clark County News

A father and 5-year-old were struck in a crosswalk Saturday afternoon when two vehicles collided at an intersection in the Minnehaha area. Both are expected to survive, according to Vancouver police. Read story

Fire destroys motor home in Woodland

June 27, 2020, 9:09pm Clark County News

A fire late Saturday morning destroyed a motor home parked at a residence in Woodland. No one was injured. Read story

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NAACP, LULAC call for Clark County Council Chair Quiring to step down over remarks

Eileen Quiring

June 27, 2020, 3:20pm Clark County News

NAACP Vancouver and the League of United Latin American Citizens called Saturday for the resignation of Clark County Council Chair Eileen Quiring following comments she made Wednesday that she doesn’t believe systemic racism exists in the county. Read story

In a June 12 post on Twitter, the Vancouver Police Department thanks community members for leaving words of support in blue hearts outside the department's east precinct. Community members gathered again Wednesday to honor officers at both precincts. The show of support devolved into controversy afterward, however, when the decorations were removed and an anonymous author on a law enforcement site accused Vancouver Police Chief James McElvain of ordering their removal and calling them divisive.

Vancouver police chief says anonymous criticism contains ‘many inaccuracies’

In a June 12 post on Twitter, the Vancouver Police Department thanks community members for leaving words of support in blue hearts outside the department's east precinct. Community members gathered again Wednesday to honor officers at both precincts. The show of support devolved into controversy afterward, however, when the decorations were removed and an anonymous author on a law enforcement site accused Vancouver Police Chief James McElvain of ordering their removal and calling them divisive.

June 25, 2020, 8:25pm Clark County News

A post on a law enforcement site has caused a stir after it accused Vancouver Police Chief James McElvain of calling decorations in support of law enforcement “divisive” and ordering them removed from outside the department’s precinct buildings. In a statement, the chief said the anonymous post contained “many inaccuracies.” Read story

A garbage truck that had caught fire sits on the side of state Highway 500 offramp near Vancouver Mall on Monday morning.

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A garbage truck that had caught fire sits on the side of state Highway 500 offramp near Vancouver Mall on Monday morning.

June 24, 2020, 5:11pm Clark County News

A garbage truck fire Monday morning on state Highway 500 in Vancouver was caused by cardboard lodged between the truck’s cab and body, according to the Vancouver Fire Marshal’s Office. Read story

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Clark County judge sets $75K bail for man accused in high-speed police chase

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June 23, 2020, 6:42pm Clark County News

A man accused in a lengthy police pursuit Friday, in which he allegedly tried to strike several responding officers, appeared Monday via video in Clark County Superior Court. Read story

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Clark County man accused in May crime spree makes court appearance

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June 22, 2020, 5:32pm Clark County News

A Clark County man accused in a crime spree last month — which included a hit-and-run and multiple attempted car jackings, ending with a high-speed police chase into Portland — appeared Monday via video in Clark County Superior Court. Read story

A consultant for the city of Vancouver has issued a report with a comprehensive set of 84 recommendations that will serve as a road map to reform the Vancouver Police Department's culture, policies and practices around use of force.

Vancouver police release independent review of use-of-force policies

A consultant for the city of Vancouver has issued a report with a comprehensive set of 84 recommendations that will serve as a road map to reform the Vancouver Police Department's culture, policies and practices around use of force.

June 19, 2020, 3:35pm Clark County News

A consultant’s review of the Vancouver Police Department’s use-of-force policies has identified dozens of recommendations to reshape the department’s culture, including 10 changes that should be implemented immediately. Read story

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Update: Vancouver police locate missing boy, 15

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June 18, 2020, 9:26pm Clark County News

The Vancouver Police Department is asking for the public’s help in finding a missing 15-year-old boy. Read story