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Armed robber strikes two Hazel Dell businesses

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May 31, 2022, 4:16pm Clark County News

Clark County sheriff’s deputies responded Sunday night to a string of armed robberies at businesses in Hazel Dell. Read story

Clark County sheriff's deputies seized a semi-automatic handgun, with rounds in the magazine, Tuesday from a boy at Skyview High School after school employees allegedly found the gun in his jacket pocket.

Boy arrested after staff find gun at Skyview, says Clark County Sheriff’s Office

Clark County sheriff's deputies seized a semi-automatic handgun, with rounds in the magazine, Tuesday from a boy at Skyview High School after school employees allegedly found the gun in his jacket pocket.

May 31, 2022, 3:26pm Clark County News

Clark County sheriff’s deputies arrested a boy Tuesday at Skyview High School after school employees reported finding a handgun in his jacket pocket. Read story

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Man shoots at Vancouver store clerk after being denied service

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May 31, 2022, 2:25pm Clark County News

A man shot at a convenience store clerk after being refused service early Sunday morning at the Plaid Pantry in downtown Vancouver, police said. Read story

A Washington State Patrol trooper walks back to his cruiser after citing a driver for speeding in east Vancouver in 2010. WSP says drivers are increasingly refusing to stop for troopers - and other law enforcement agencies also say this is becoming a common occurrence.

Washington police say drivers aren’t stopping for them

A Washington State Patrol trooper walks back to his cruiser after citing a driver for speeding in east Vancouver in 2010. WSP says drivers are increasingly refusing to stop for troopers - and other law enforcement agencies also say this is becoming a common occurrence.

May 30, 2022, 2:21pm Courts & Crime

The Washington State Patrol says drivers are increasingly refusing to stop for troopers - and other law enforcement agencies also say this is becoming a common occurrence. Read story

Cowlitz Indian Tribe leader David Barnett dies

May 29, 2022, 8:05pm Clark County News

David Barnett, general council chairman of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, died Saturday night from an apparent heart attack at his Shoreline home, the Tribe announced Sunday. Read story

One person killed, three others injured in multivehicle crash in west Vancouver

May 29, 2022, 4:10pm Clark County News

One person was killed and three others were injured in a three-vehicle crash Saturday night on Northwest Lower River Road in west Vancouver. Read story

Janie Peto pauses in the hallway of her Vancouver home to view a portrait of her son, U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Jason Peto. He died from injuries sustained during his service in Sangin, Afghanistan, in 2010.

‘Every day is Memorial Day’ for Vancouver Gold Star family

Janie Peto pauses in the hallway of her Vancouver home to view a portrait of her son, U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Jason Peto. He died from injuries sustained during his service in Sangin, Afghanistan, in 2010.

May 29, 2022, 6:03am Clark County News

As Janie Peto heard her son’s laughter through the screen, tears welled in her eyes and her hand searched for the dog tag that hung around her neck. Read story

Plus-size travel blogger Jae’lynn Chaney takes a break at the Vancouver waterfront. As an “influencer,” high-profile brands pay her to review products and services.

Vancouver travel blogger: ‘We don’t have to shrink ourselves. Society has to expand.’

Plus-size travel blogger Jae’lynn Chaney takes a break at the Vancouver waterfront. As an “influencer,” high-profile brands pay her to review products and services.

May 29, 2022, 6:02am Clark County Life

Jae’lynn Chaney is going places. From Hawaii to the Dominican Republic to trendy Portland hotels, this Vancouver-based travel blogger evaluates her experiences and enthusiastically reports back to followers on social media. While she’s at it, she models new clothing and touts a useful product or two. Read story

Bigfoot, cheesecake, and Mountain Pop are among the dozens of popcorn flavors at Popcorn Cove in Vancouver.

Working in Clark County: Charlotte and Jeremy Cook, Popcorn Cove Snack and Candy Shop

Bigfoot, cheesecake, and Mountain Pop are among the dozens of popcorn flavors at Popcorn Cove in Vancouver.

May 28, 2022, 6:05am Business

What do peanut butter chocolate, dill pickle, Oreo, nacho cheese and bacon all have in common? They’re all flavors of specialty popcorn that can be purchased at Popcorn Cove in Vancouver. Read story

Crisis Support Specialists Bryan Rippentrop, left, Trista Rust, center, and Clinical Supervisor Dawn Tec Yah chat Wednesday outside the Battle Ground Police Department before a shift on Columbia River Mental Health Services' Mobile Night Crisis team. The service was launched on May 15, and aims to provide direct mental health counseling and treatment to vulnerable individuals and relieve law enforcement and emergency service personnel from the need to respond to mental health and substance use crises overnight. At top, a logo identifies the Columbia River Night Crisis team's mobile health van.

Clark County mental health counseling expands with launch of Mobile Night Crisis team

Crisis Support Specialists Bryan Rippentrop, left, Trista Rust, center, and Clinical Supervisor Dawn Tec Yah chat Wednesday outside the Battle Ground Police Department before a shift on Columbia River Mental Health Services' Mobile Night Crisis team. The service was launched on May 15, and aims to provide direct mental health counseling and treatment to vulnerable individuals and relieve law enforcement and emergency service personnel from the need to respond to mental health and substance use crises overnight. At top, a logo identifies the Columbia River Night Crisis team's mobile health van.

May 28, 2022, 6:03am Clark County Health

Columbia River Mental Health Services has launched a Mobile Night Crisis team to provide direct mental health counseling and treatment to vulnerable individuals and relieve law enforcement and emergency service personnel from the need to respond to mental health and substance use crises overnight. Read story