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Port of Vancouver’s Terminal 1 project wins award

June 2, 2023, 5:10pm Business

With its incorporation of history and its restoration of Vancouver’s shoreline and connections to the rest of the city, Terminal 1’s Vancouver Landing can add another achievement to its list:… Read story

Man seriously injured in garage fire in Vancouver’s Rose Village neighborhood

June 2, 2023, 5:04pm Clark County News

A man was seriously injured and taken to a Portland burn center after a garage fire Friday afternoon in Vancouver’s Rose Village neighborhood. Read story

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(The Columbian files)

Report: Vancouver man found dead in garage died by homicide

A man found dead May 27 in the garage at his east Vancouver home was identified Friday as 58-year-old Randall Scott West.


Wildflowers carpet Columbia Hills State Park in April 2021 in the Columbia River Gorge. State parks collected $12 million more than anticipated between July 2021 and April 2023, according to a recent financial report.

At State Parks, revenue is up and staffing levels are down

Washington State Parks took in more money than expected during the past two years as the pandemic drove a boom in outdoor recreation.


Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi leaves to receive Nepal's Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal before their meeting in New Delhi, India, Thursday, June 1, 2023. Dahal arrived Wednesday on a state visit, his first trip abroad since taking power in December last year.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi invited to address Congress

U.S. congressional leaders have invited Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address a joint meeting of Congress during a visit to Washington later this month…

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Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth interim executive director Shauna Bilyeu, left, applauds Washington School for the Deaf first-grader Dexter White, right, who brought a stuffed terrier mascot to put in a time capsule on Thursday during a groundbreaking ceremony for the Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth at Washington School for the Deaf. The capsule will be buried somewhere on campus and is set to be opened in 2104.

Vancouver’s Washington School for the Deaf applauds expansion

Leaders from the Washington School for the Deaf, the Center of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth and dignitaries from across Washington assembled Thursday afternoon…

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Speed, alcohol likely factors in fatal motorcycle vs. car crash in Brush Prairie area

Speed and alcohol may have been factors in a crash that killed a motorcycle rider and seriously injured a driver in Brush Prairie on Thursday…

Nation & World

In this artist depeiction, former president Donald Trump, left on screen, and his attorney Todd Blanche, right on screen, appear via video in Manhattan criminal court, in New York, Tuesday, May 23, 2023. Trump made a video appearance Tuesday in his New York criminal case, with Judge Juan Manuel Merchan, left, setting a trial date for late March of next year.

Donald Trump’s lawyers ask judge to exit criminal case, echoing claims of political bias

Within hours of his historic arraignment this spring, Donald Trump fixed his ire on the judge, complaining that he’s “a Trump hating-judge" with a family…


Business News

Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange in New York, Thursday, June 1, 2023.

Stock market today: Wall Street leaps, nearly escapes its bear market after strong jobs report

Stocks rushed higher Friday after a strong report on the U.S. job market suggested a recession may not be as close as Wall Street had feared.


A person walks in a strong rain in Kochi, southern Japan Friday, June 2, 2023. A weakened Tropical Storm Mawar brought heavy rains to Japan's main southern islands Friday after passing the Okinawan archipelago and causing injuries to several people.

Tropical Storm Mawar intensifies rains for Japan, threatens floods and mudslides in some regions

Heavy rains intensified by Tropical Storm Mawar fell on Japan’s main archipelago Friday, halting trains and triggering floods and mudslides in central and western regions…


A rapid increase in the number of backyard chicken pens in cities and suburbs across the country has brought with it a record number of salmonella illnesses that have public health officials concerned. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says treating chickens like pets contributes to the problem.

Increasing salmonella cases in Washington linked to backyard poultry

Health officials urge people to take precautions when handling backyard poultry after 13 cases of salmonella in Washington.

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