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Body camera footage from a May 21 incident that captured officers attempting to arrest a suspected shoplifter when one officer pulled down the man&rsquo;s pants and threatened to use her Taser on his genitals. Vancouver police leadership released the video, along with a statement condemning the officer&rsquo;s actions.

Vancouver Police Department lauds year-old body cam program, but some critics still wary

Body camera footage from a May 21 incident that captured officers attempting to arrest a suspected shoplifter when one officer pulled down the man&rsquo;s pants and threatened to use her Taser on his genitals. Vancouver police leadership released the video, along with a statement condemning the officer&rsquo;s actions.

February 10, 2024, 6:14am Clark County News

Vancouver police officers have been donning body cameras as a part of their uniforms for almost a year now. Department leaders say the devices have bolstered the community’s confidence in law enforcement. Read story

An example of what a mini-roundabout could look like at Lake Road and Sierra Street in Camas.

Analysis finds busy Camas intersection needs an upgrade

An example of what a mini-roundabout could look like at Lake Road and Sierra Street in Camas.

February 10, 2024, 6:10am Clark County News

The Northwest Lake Road and Northwest Sierra Street merger must be improved to withstand future population growth, according to a recent analysis of the busy Camas intersection Read story

Former Ridgefield School District Superintendent Nathan McCann, seen here in 2019 (The Columbian files)

Former Ridgefield superintendent was highest-paid K-12 official in Washington last year

Former Ridgefield School District Superintendent Nathan McCann, seen here in 2019 (The Columbian files)

February 9, 2024, 12:48pm Clark County News

Former Ridgefield School District superintendent Nathan McCann was the highest-paid K-12 school official in Washington in the 2022-23 school year, according to data listed by Washington State Fiscal Information, a government accountability website. Read story

Phil Zorich, right, looks over his vegetable garden with his wife Robin on Tuesday. With rising rents, the Zoriches grow vegetables to offset their grocery bill.

‘You don’t do anything but survive’: Cost of living, rents on rise, straining many Clark County residents

Phil Zorich, right, looks over his vegetable garden with his wife Robin on Tuesday. With rising rents, the Zoriches grow vegetables to offset their grocery bill.

February 8, 2024, 6:30am Clark County News

Phil Zorich pointed to dark-green kale leaves poking from a garden bed he built. Read story

Rebound Orthopedics and Neurosurgery external systems have been shut down since Monday, according to a customer service representative.

Rebound Orthopedics & Neurosurgery’s customer systems down; health care provider won’t confirm if cyberattack occurred

Rebound Orthopedics and Neurosurgery external systems have been shut down since Monday, according to a customer service representative.

February 7, 2024, 6:54pm Business

Rebound Orthopedics & Neurosurgery would not confirm reports it had been hit by a cyberattack over the weekend, but all external computer systems have been shut down since Monday. As of Wednesday afternoon, patient and scheduling portals remained unavailable. Read story

Graduate Zoe Minden, who earned a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and won the Chancellor's Award for Student Achievement, steadies a banner before the Washington State University Vancouver commencement ceremony begins in 2022.

Washington leads nation in need-based aid, still struggles to retain students

Graduate Zoe Minden, who earned a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and won the Chancellor's Award for Student Achievement, steadies a banner before the Washington State University Vancouver commencement ceremony begins in 2022.

February 7, 2024, 2:03pm Clark County News

Washington offers more need-based financial aid to undergraduate students than any other state in the country. Yet college enrollment is stagnant, students are struggling to fill out the application for federal assistance and millions of dollars in aid are being left unclaimed. Read story

Incumbent 3rd District Rep.

Campaign cash pours into 3rd Congressional District race

Incumbent 3rd District Rep.

February 7, 2024, 6:08am Clark County News

Campaign cash is pouring into the race for Southwest Washington’s 3rd Congressional District as candidates and voters prepare for a contentious election year. Read story

Pocket Guides to living on the streets of Vancouver sit fanned out. The books, which Lois Smith began handing out in 2017, provide tips and key resource contact information for those living outside.

Weather-proof, pocket-sized guides link homeless people in Clark County with important resources

Pocket Guides to living on the streets of Vancouver sit fanned out. The books, which Lois Smith began handing out in 2017, provide tips and key resource contact information for those living outside.

February 7, 2024, 6:08am Clark County News

On Valentine’s Day in 2017, an idea struck Lois Smith as she drove home from a volunteer shift with Friends of the Carpenter. Read story

The Battle Ground City Council unanimously approved a zoning change that will affect automotive businesses in the downtown commercial district.

Battle Ground City Council approves downtown zoning change that affects automotive businesses

The Battle Ground City Council unanimously approved a zoning change that will affect automotive businesses in the downtown commercial district.

February 6, 2024, 5:51pm Business

With little discussion, the Battle Ground City Council on Monday unanimously approved a zoning change that will affect automotive businesses in the downtown commercial district. Read story

Vancouver waterfront apartment building will get $3.11M tax break over eight years

February 6, 2024, 2:48pm Clark County News

The Vancouver City Council awarded an eight-year tax break to the developer of a seven-story apartment building with 194 market-rate units planned for the waterfront. Read story