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The house at 6114 N.E. 112th Ave., dubbed the "meth mansion," is seen Tuesday morning partly demolished. Code violations and nuisance complaints over the property have plagued the neighborhood for years. The owner's attorney said he abandoned the idea of remodeling in favor of tearing it all down and starting new.

Walls come down at infamous ‘meth mansion’ in Orchards

The house at 6114 N.E. 112th Ave., dubbed the "meth mansion," is seen Tuesday morning partly demolished. Code violations and nuisance complaints over the property have plagued the neighborhood for years. The owner's attorney said he abandoned the idea of remodeling in favor of tearing it all down and starting new.

August 11, 2021, 6:05am Clark County News

The “meth mansion” — the notorious Orchards nuisance house across the street from Covington Middle School — is being demolished this month. Read story

2 shootings in Vancouver leave 1 dead, 1 injured

August 10, 2021, 9:32am Clark County News

Two drive-by shootings in Vancouver about 20 minutes apart Monday night left one man dead and another in critical condition at the hospital, according to the Vancouver Police Department. Read story

Shoppers at Bi-Zi Farms enter the farmers market to search for fresh produce. The farm has been in the Zimmerman family since 1872 and the Bi-Zi Farms retail operation has been going since 1985.

Dispute over water permit could spell the end for sixth-generation Bi-Zi Farms

Shoppers at Bi-Zi Farms enter the farmers market to search for fresh produce. The farm has been in the Zimmerman family since 1872 and the Bi-Zi Farms retail operation has been going since 1985.

August 10, 2021, 6:05am Business

The co-owner of the beloved 105-acre, sixth-generation Bi-Zi Farms says he might have to close because of a water-rights dispute with the Washington State Department of Ecology. Read story

Vancouver Police Chief James McElvain speaks with an audience member during a forum on the department’s use-of-force policies in September 2019 evening at Clark College’s Foster Hall.

Vancouver police struggling to hire and retain enough officers, chief says

Vancouver Police Chief James McElvain speaks with an audience member during a forum on the department’s use-of-force policies in September 2019 evening at Clark College’s Foster Hall.

August 9, 2021, 9:56pm Clark County News

The Vancouver Police Department is struggling to hire and retain enough officers due in part to the current political climate, according to VPD Chief James McElvain. Read story

Medical Reserve Corps volunteer Ruth Gorley gives Vancouver resident Ryan Tydingco a Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine May 8 at Clark County Public Health's short-term vaccination pod at Woodland High School. After an early rush of people, the flow had slowed down by the late morning for the drop-in vaccination event.

Clark County virus data shows who is getting sick

Medical Reserve Corps volunteer Ruth Gorley gives Vancouver resident Ryan Tydingco a Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine May 8 at Clark County Public Health's short-term vaccination pod at Woodland High School. After an early rush of people, the flow had slowed down by the late morning for the drop-in vaccination event.

August 9, 2021, 6:48pm Clark County Health

Who’s seriously ill with COVID-19 in Clark County? Read story

Cheyanne Peters, 6, splashes water toward her mom while giggling on Friday, June 25, 2021, at the Esther Short Water Feature. Temperatures are expected to climb into the triple digits for the next three days.

Triple-digit temps expected in Clark County again starting Wednesday

Cheyanne Peters, 6, splashes water toward her mom while giggling on Friday, June 25, 2021, at the Esther Short Water Feature. Temperatures are expected to climb into the triple digits for the next three days.

August 9, 2021, 1:55pm Clark County News

Vancouver is facing rising temperatures later this week, prompting the National Weather Service to issue an Excessive Heat Watch that starts Wednesday afternoon and continues through Saturday. The warning is especially important for vulnerable populations and those spending time outdoors. Read story

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee speaks Monday, March 22, 2021, at a news conference at Renton City Hall in Renton, Wash., south of Seattle. Inslee and other leaders gathered to denounce recent acts of violence and harassment targeted at Asians and Asian communities. (AP Photo/Ted S.

Washington announces vaccine mandate for state workers, health care

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee speaks Monday, March 22, 2021, at a news conference at Renton City Hall in Renton, Wash., south of Seattle. Inslee and other leaders gathered to denounce recent acts of violence and harassment targeted at Asians and Asian communities. (AP Photo/Ted S.

August 9, 2021, 1:27pm Editor's Choice

OLYMPIA — Most state workers in Washington, as well as private health care and long-term care employees, will be required to show proof of vaccination for COVID-19 by Oc. 18 or will lose their jobs, Gov. Jay Inslee announced Monday. Read story

A disposable body bag and buckets of ice are prepared for a cold-water immersion of a patient, as shown in a case report from Stanford University School of Medicine. (Dr.

A chilling cure: Facing killer heat, ERs use body bags to save lives

A disposable body bag and buckets of ice are prepared for a cold-water immersion of a patient, as shown in a case report from Stanford University School of Medicine. (Dr.

August 8, 2021, 4:30pm Editor's Choice

As a deadly heat wave scorched the Pacific Northwest in June, overwhelming hospital emergency rooms in a region unaccustomed to triple-digit temperatures, doctors resorted to a grim but practical tool to save lives: human body bags filled with ice and water. Read story

Biotech company CytoDyn, headquartered at 1111 Main Street, pictured, said in March that it was about to start testing a coronavirus treatment drug. The company says it expects clinical trial results by the end of July.

CytoDyn suing group of investors

Biotech company CytoDyn, headquartered at 1111 Main Street, pictured, said in March that it was about to start testing a coronavirus treatment drug. The company says it expects clinical trial results by the end of July.

August 8, 2021, 6:05am Business

Vancouver-based CytoDyn is suing a group of investors that attempted to take control of its board of directors, according to CytoDyn’s claims. Read story

Vancouver City Hall (iStock.com)

City of Vancouver working on plan to reduce carbon emissions before 2050

Vancouver City Hall (iStock.com)

August 8, 2021, 6:04am Clark County News

At Vancouver City Hall, work is underway to develop a new plan to reduce carbon emissions and combat climate change. On that front, the city is not alone — across the Pacific Northwest, comparable municipalities like Spokane, Tacoma and Bend, Ore., have passed or are working on their own version… Read story