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Vancouver resident Chuck Frayer, left, and friend John Williams show how they use a modern curb cut designed to make sidewalks accessible to people with all kinds of disabilities.

Vancouver man, others mark 30th anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Actvideo icon

Vancouver resident Chuck Frayer, left, and friend John Williams show how they use a modern curb cut designed to make sidewalks accessible to people with all kinds of disabilities.

December 13, 2020, 6:01am Clark County Health

In the windup to the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Chuck Frayer wrote more than a dozen pages about wilderness access that was whittled down to about two sentences in the final version of the law. Read story

Rod Cook, left, helps load boxed-up bicycle kits into the back of a volunteer's pickup truck while Hayden Trent, right, repositions other boxes on Saturday morning at Taylor Transport in the Barberton area. Pre-registered volunteers drove though the warehouse to collect new bikes for home assembly. The bikes will be passed along to needy local families at Christmas.

Annual holiday bike build in Clark County rolls with changes due to COVID-19 pandemic

Rod Cook, left, helps load boxed-up bicycle kits into the back of a volunteer's pickup truck while Hayden Trent, right, repositions other boxes on Saturday morning at Taylor Transport in the Barberton area. Pre-registered volunteers drove though the warehouse to collect new bikes for home assembly. The bikes will be passed along to needy local families at Christmas.

December 12, 2020, 2:48pm Clark County News

The scene may have been different, but the spirit was exactly the same. Just ask Santa Claus, merrily boogieing to thumping dance tunes and schmoozing his way down the line of volunteers in cars who waited on Saturday morning, distantly and patiently, for boxes of brand new bicycle parts to… Read story

A Kelso defender brings down Mountain View quarterback Riley McCarthy during a game at McKenzie Stadium on Friday night, Oct. 25, 2019.
Ben Maletzke, the statewide wolf specialist for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, examines wolf tracks on March 3 in the Wedge Pack's territory.

Video explains Washington’s wolf countvideo icon

Ben Maletzke, the statewide wolf specialist for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, examines wolf tracks on March 3 in the Wedge Pack's territory.

December 1, 2020, 6:01am Multimedia

How do you count one of the world’s more elusive ground animals? Read story

When you enable WA Notify, your phone exchanges random, anonymous codes with the phones of people you are near who have also enabled WA Notify.

Washington launches statewide COVID-19 notification appvideo icon

When you enable WA Notify, your phone exchanges random, anonymous codes with the phones of people you are near who have also enabled WA Notify.

November 30, 2020, 10:17am Editor's Choice

Washington on Monday launched a statewide coronavirus exposure app, joining more than a dozen other states that have already enlisted the use of smartphone technology in the ongoing effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Read story

Jennifer Lindsay and her daughter Elsa, 11, talk with an Old Navy employee as they wait in a socially distanced line on Friday at Vancouver Mall. Black Friday shoppers were a bit less numerous than usual in the morning, but foot traffic picked up in the afternoon.

Vancouver shoppers enjoy more low-key Black Friday

Jennifer Lindsay and her daughter Elsa, 11, talk with an Old Navy employee as they wait in a socially distanced line on Friday at Vancouver Mall. Black Friday shoppers were a bit less numerous than usual in the morning, but foot traffic picked up in the afternoon.

November 27, 2020, 7:16pm Business

Pam Stout and Sheri Kerr began their Black Friday at 6 a.m., heading to Fred Meyer for its annual sock sale, and the two shoppers found a vastly different experience with no crowds. Read story

A neighborhood destroyed by fire is seen as wildfires devastate the region, Friday, Sept. 11, 2020 in Talent, Ore.

Western Washington wildfire is different — and it’s comingvideo icon

A neighborhood destroyed by fire is seen as wildfires devastate the region, Friday, Sept. 11, 2020 in Talent, Ore.

November 26, 2020, 6:02am Latest News

In the live-action remake of the wildfire evacuation of Diablo and Newhalem Fire Brigade Chief Cody Watson hears that there’s only way out of town. He then stares directly into the camera. “We need to get everyone out of there,” he says, whipping off his aviators, “safely.” Read story

The Clark County Sheriff's Office, Vancouver Police Department and Washington State Patrol investigate the shooting in Hazel Dell on Oct. 29.

Kevin Peterson Jr. shooting investigation: Clark County deputies fired 34 timesvideo icon

The Clark County Sheriff's Office, Vancouver Police Department and Washington State Patrol investigate the shooting in Hazel Dell on Oct. 29.

November 25, 2020, 3:02pm Clark County News

Law enforcement tasked with investigating the fatal police shooting of Kevin Peterson Jr. say Clark County deputies fired a total of 34 rounds, with four rounds striking the 21-year-old Black man. Read story

Gary Dunne of Vancouver pauses to take photos during the demolition of the former downtown location of New Heights Church on Friday morning. Dunne was joined by his wife, Marlene, who he married at the church in 1959. The couple raised three daughters there. "It just felt like home," Marlene Dunne said.

New Heights Church demolition in downtown Vancouver: Only memories remainvideo icon

Gary Dunne of Vancouver pauses to take photos during the demolition of the former downtown location of New Heights Church on Friday morning. Dunne was joined by his wife, Marlene, who he married at the church in 1959. The couple raised three daughters there. "It just felt like home," Marlene Dunne said.

November 13, 2020, 7:10pm Churches & Religion

Gary Dunne of Vancouver and his wife, Marlene, stood and watched Friday morning, taking photos and videos, during the demolition of the former downtown location of New Heights Church in Vancouver. Read story

The unedited footage of the whale explosion near Florence, Oregon, is captured on 16mm color reversal motion picture film with a live audio track recorded directly on a magnetic stripe on the film.

Everyone remembers Paul Linnman as ‘guy who blew up that whale.’ The Portland TV news veteran is OK with thatvideo icon

The unedited footage of the whale explosion near Florence, Oregon, is captured on 16mm color reversal motion picture film with a live audio track recorded directly on a magnetic stripe on the film.

November 11, 2020, 9:06am Latest News

Paul Linnman’s place in Oregon history is secure. And that place, a blustery stretch of beach in 1970, is perfectly summed up by the title of his memoir: Read story