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Columbia River’s Ari Richardson (3) scores an uncontested layup as the White River bench looks on during a Class 2A State Opening Round boys basketball game on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024, at Battle Ground High School.

Martinez: Fantastic basketball finishes lead area teams to domes

Columbia River’s Ari Richardson (3) scores an uncontested layup as the White River bench looks on during a Class 2A State Opening Round boys basketball game on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024, at Battle Ground High School.

February 26, 2024, 6:05pm Latest News

Ari Richardson capped a wild weekend of high school basketball with a moment most players dream about. Read story

PeaceHealth announced it will open a new primary care clinic in Orchards on March 4.

PeaceHealth to open new medical clinic in Orchards

PeaceHealth announced it will open a new primary care clinic in Orchards on March 4.

February 26, 2024, 5:56pm Clark County Health

PeaceHealth announced Monday it will open a new clinic, which will offer family services and primary care. Read story

The Lymantria dispar moth is a terribly destructive invasive species and has been recently found in Vancouver and Portland. Now state officials are moving quickly to eradicate it.

Inslee: ‘Invasive species and noxious weeds are already a big problem in Washington’

The Lymantria dispar moth is a terribly destructive invasive species and has been recently found in Vancouver and Portland. Now state officials are moving quickly to eradicate it.

February 26, 2024, 5:49pm Clark County News

Washington officials are asking residents in Clark County and the rest of the state to keep their eyes out for spongy moths, zebra mussels and other invasive species that threaten ecosystems here. Read story

A pickup struck a fire hydrant Monday morning, releasing thousands of gallons of water near Burton Road and Northeast 109th Avenue in east Vancouver.

Truck crashes into fire hydrant in east Vancouver, flooding street

A pickup struck a fire hydrant Monday morning, releasing thousands of gallons of water near Burton Road and Northeast 109th Avenue in east Vancouver.

February 26, 2024, 4:52pm Clark County News

A pickup struck a fire hydrant Monday morning, releasing thousands of gallons of water near Burton Road and Northeast 109th Avenue in east Vancouver. Read story

FILE - John Bain, a member of the Karuk tribe, walks by his 1954 Chevy five-window pickup that was destroyed in the Slater Fire, which tore through his property and the Klamath National Forest in Happy Camp, Calif., Oct. 6, 2021. The U.S. government has threatened to sue a unit of Warren Buffett&rsquo;s Berkshire Hathaway to recover nearly $1 billion of costs related to the wildfires in 2020 in southern Oregon and northern California. The potential lawsuits were disclosed in an annual report filed by PacifiCorp&rsquo;s parent company, Berkshire Hathaway Energy on Monday, Feb 26, 2024.

U.S. government may sue PacifiCorp, a Warren Buffett utility, for nearly $1B in wildfire costs

FILE - John Bain, a member of the Karuk tribe, walks by his 1954 Chevy five-window pickup that was destroyed in the Slater Fire, which tore through his property and the Klamath National Forest in Happy Camp, Calif., Oct. 6, 2021. The U.S. government has threatened to sue a unit of Warren Buffett&rsquo;s Berkshire Hathaway to recover nearly $1 billion of costs related to the wildfires in 2020 in southern Oregon and northern California. The potential lawsuits were disclosed in an annual report filed by PacifiCorp&rsquo;s parent company, Berkshire Hathaway Energy on Monday, Feb 26, 2024.

February 26, 2024, 4:47pm Latest News

The U.S. government is threatening to sue PacifiCorp, a unit of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, to recover nearly $1 billion in costs related to the 2020 wildfires in southern Oregon and northern California, though the company is trying to negotiate a settlement. Read story

Members of the Senate Ways and Means Committee during a meeting on Monday, Feb. 26, 2024, where the panel indicated it would not move ahead with legislation to cap residential rent increases at 7%. The move effectively killed the bill for the 2024 legislative session.

Plan for 7% statewide cap on rent increases fails in Washington Legislature

Members of the Senate Ways and Means Committee during a meeting on Monday, Feb. 26, 2024, where the panel indicated it would not move ahead with legislation to cap residential rent increases at 7%. The move effectively killed the bill for the 2024 legislative session.

February 26, 2024, 3:10pm Latest News

A push by some Democrats in the Legislature to cap annual rent increases across Washington hit a dead end on Monday. Read story

Pedestrians pass the New York Stock Exchange as snow falls on Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2024 in New York.

Stock market today: Wall Street edges back from its record heights

Pedestrians pass the New York Stock Exchange as snow falls on Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2024 in New York.

February 26, 2024, 1:45pm Business

U.S. stocks edged back from record levels Monday as they head for the final stretch of what looks to be their latest winning month. Read story

FILE - President Joe Biden speaks about border security in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, Jan. 5, 2023, in Washington. The Democrats&#039; reframing of the immigration debate risks straining Biden&#039;s alliance with immigrants and advocates who campaigned for him in 2020. But it appears to be working for Democrats after they won a special House election in New York.

Biden and Trump are making dueling trips to the Mexico border in Texas on Thursday, AP sources say

FILE - President Joe Biden speaks about border security in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, Jan. 5, 2023, in Washington. The Democrats&#039; reframing of the immigration debate risks straining Biden&#039;s alliance with immigrants and advocates who campaigned for him in 2020. But it appears to be working for Democrats after they won a special House election in New York.

February 26, 2024, 11:56am Latest News

President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump will make dueling trips to the Mexican border in Texas on Thursday after congressional talks on a deal to rein in illegal migration collapsed. Read story

FILE - The logo for Boeing appears on a screen above a trading post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, July 13, 2021. Government and aviation-industry experts say Boeing has made some strides toward improving its safety culture, but employees could still be subject to retaliation for reporting issues. That&#039;s one of the findings in a report presented Monday, Feb. 26, 2024 to the Federal Aviation Administration. The experts say that when it comes to safety, there is a &ldquo;disconnect&rdquo; between Boeing&#039;s senior management and workers.

Experts say Boeing’s steps to improve safety culture have helped but don’t go far enough

FILE - The logo for Boeing appears on a screen above a trading post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, July 13, 2021. Government and aviation-industry experts say Boeing has made some strides toward improving its safety culture, but employees could still be subject to retaliation for reporting issues. That&#039;s one of the findings in a report presented Monday, Feb. 26, 2024 to the Federal Aviation Administration. The experts say that when it comes to safety, there is a &ldquo;disconnect&rdquo; between Boeing&#039;s senior management and workers.

February 26, 2024, 11:55am Business

When it comes to safety culture at Boeing, there is a “disconnect” between senior management and workers, and employees responsible for checking the company's planes question whether they can raise issues without fear of retaliation, according to a panel of outside experts. Read story

FILE - Mitch Maddox, a bread route salesman, loads bread Tuesday, May 30, 2006, outside the Eagle Rock Albertsons store in Los Angeles. The Federal Trade Commission on Monday, Feb.

U.S. sues to block merger of grocery giants Kroger and Albertsons, saying it could push prices higher

FILE - Mitch Maddox, a bread route salesman, loads bread Tuesday, May 30, 2006, outside the Eagle Rock Albertsons store in Los Angeles. The Federal Trade Commission on Monday, Feb.

February 26, 2024, 11:54am Business

The Federal Trade Commission sued to block a proposed merger between grocery giants Kroger and Albertsons, saying the $24.6 billion deal would eliminate competition and lead to higher prices for millions of Americans. Read story