Assistant City Attorney Debra Quinn has filed a lawsuit with the U.S. District Court against the city of Vancouver alleging gender discrimination, retaliation, First Amendment violations, negligent supervision, equal protection violations, breach of implied contract and outrageous acts.
A cellphone voicemail that inadvertently captured John Garrett Smith threatening to kill his wife is not protected under the state’s privacy act, the Washington Supreme Court ruled Tuesday. The decision reverses a state appeals court’s ruling that overturned Smith’s conviction for attempted murder.
Three fugitives were arrested on warrants and felony charges after an early Wednesday raid conducted in east Vancouver by the Vancouver Police Safe Street Task Force, the Neighborhood Response Team and Southwest Washington SWAT.
PORTLAND — Oregon’s plans to toll highways Clark County commuters rely on to get to work took another a step forward on Monday. But this step included officials representing Southwest Washington who used the inaugural meeting of a new regional advisory committee to make appeals on behalf of their constituents who may face more expensive commutes.