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Law enforcement officers investigate the scene of a reported shooting at The Pointe Apartments on Friday evening.

Clark County sheriff’s deputy killed in Vancouver

Law enforcement officers investigate the scene of a reported shooting at The Pointe Apartments on Friday evening.

July 23, 2021, 9:45pm Clark County News

A Clark County sheriff’s deputy was shot and killed Friday evening in an incident at an east Vancouver apartment complex, prompting a large law enforcement response and manhunt that has led to several arrests. Read story

A security camera at the Kiggins Theatre in Vancouver shows two men who broke into the theater's box office early Thursday. Among the items stolen was one of the theater's security cameras.

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A security camera at the Kiggins Theatre in Vancouver shows two men who broke into the theater's box office early Thursday. Among the items stolen was one of the theater's security cameras.

July 23, 2021, 1:49pm Clark County News

The Kiggins Theatre’s box office was broken into early Thursday morning in downtown Vancouver and more than $800 worth of items was stolen, according to social media posts. Read story

Valdimir Dubrovsky-Griswold

Hockinson man, missing for six days, found at Andresen WinCo

Valdimir Dubrovsky-Griswold

July 23, 2021, 11:12am Clark County News

A Hockinson man who had been missing for six days was found alive and healthy Thursday night, according to his aunt, Janet Campbell. Read story

Police investigate hit-and-run of pedestrian in downtown Vancouver

July 23, 2021, 9:35am Clark County News

The Vancouver Police Department is seeking the public's help in a hit-and-run investigation involving a pedestrian Tuesday in downtown Vancouver. Read story

Vancouver Parks and Recreation staff member Karen Miller talks with Hayden Rider, 18, at an Access to Recreation camp at Lieser Elementary School in Vancouver. The camps for individuals with special needs are back on this summer after the pandemic forced a hiatus in 2020.

Vancouver’s Access to Recreation program for people with special needs back after hiatus

Vancouver Parks and Recreation staff member Karen Miller talks with Hayden Rider, 18, at an Access to Recreation camp at Lieser Elementary School in Vancouver. The camps for individuals with special needs are back on this summer after the pandemic forced a hiatus in 2020.

July 23, 2021, 6:02am Clark County Health

Day camp attendee Nicole Brady, 18, was ready for Karaoke Tuesday at Vancouver’s Access to Recreation camp this week. Read story

Leslie Lewallen and Gary Perman are both running for Camas City Council.

Two Camas council candidates get bump from Madore

Leslie Lewallen and Gary Perman are both running for Camas City Council.

July 23, 2021, 6:02am Clark County News

CAMAS — When it comes to collecting campaign contributions, two of the eight Camas City Council candidates running in the Aug. 3 primary election have greatly outpaced their competitors. Read story

Clark County Council approves two amendments for November election

July 23, 2021, 5:45am Clark County News

The Clark County Council has approved two proposed amendments to the county charter regarding initiative and referendum petitions that will be placed on the November 2021 general election ballot. Read story

Protesters with the activist groups Mosquito Fleet and Portland Rising Tide attempted to block a ship from docking at the Port of Vancouver to offload oil pipe supplies on Nov. 5, 2019. Criminal charges against four of the climate activists have been dropped.

Charges dismissed against activists who tried to block 2019 shipment at Port of Vancouver

Protesters with the activist groups Mosquito Fleet and Portland Rising Tide attempted to block a ship from docking at the Port of Vancouver to offload oil pipe supplies on Nov. 5, 2019. Criminal charges against four of the climate activists have been dropped.

July 22, 2021, 5:53pm Clark County News

Criminal charges against four climate activists who attempted to block a shipment of parts for an oil pipeline at the Port of Vancouver in November 2019 were dismissed Wednesday in Clark County District Court. Read story

The construction industry saw gains in employment in June in Clark County.

Clark County sees seasonally adjusted net gain of 700 jobs in June

The construction industry saw gains in employment in June in Clark County.

July 22, 2021, 5:49pm Clark County Business

Clark County’s labor market maintained its recovery momentum in June with a seasonally adjusted net gain of 700 jobs, according to the latest report from regional economist Scott Bailey. The county added 1,400 jobs in June in unadjusted terms, for a total of 167,700 jobs. Read story

Camas Police and Animal Control responded to a call of large snakes in Lacamas Park.

Camas police find 8 pythons at Lacamas Park

Camas Police and Animal Control responded to a call of large snakes in Lacamas Park.

July 22, 2021, 3:00pm Clark County News

Camas police found eight "medium-sized" python snakes near Round Lake on Thursday morning. Read story