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This ooey, gooey dessert needs only a few ingredients (and a few hours).

The slow road: Although a breeze to assemble, slow cooker dessert only a partial success

This ooey, gooey dessert needs only a few ingredients (and a few hours).

February 28, 2024, 6:00am Clark County Life

I’ve always wanted to try a slow cooker cobbler, an assemble-it-and-walk-away dessert that bypasses the fuss of pans and ovens. However, I’m not convinced that it’s the best way to go, especially since a cobbler cooked in the oven is ready two or three hours sooner. Who wants to put… Read story

Homeless Persons&rsquo; Memorial Day attendees light candles Dec. 21 at St. Paul Lutheran Church in downtown Vancouver. Between mid-December and late January eight homeless people died. Last year, 43 people experiencing homelessness or who are connected to the unhoused community died.

Eight homeless people have died in Vancouver since mid-December, city hopes emergency declaration will speed response

Homeless Persons&rsquo; Memorial Day attendees light candles Dec. 21 at St. Paul Lutheran Church in downtown Vancouver. Between mid-December and late January eight homeless people died. Last year, 43 people experiencing homelessness or who are connected to the unhoused community died.

February 27, 2024, 8:23pm Clark County News

Every eight days between mid-December and late January, a person experiencing homelessness in Vancouver died. Read story

Clark County sheriff’s deputies fatally shot a man who they say appeared to have a gun while responding to a welfare check early Tuesday morning in Brush Prairie. The shooting was captured on the deputies’ body-worn cameras, the sheriff’s office said. Five deputies were placed on critical incident leave, which is standard protocol.

Evidence submitted to Washington State Patrol Crime Lab from Brush Prairie site where Clark County sheriff’s deputies fatally shot man

Clark County sheriff’s deputies fatally shot a man who they say appeared to have a gun while responding to a welfare check early Tuesday morning in Brush Prairie. The shooting was captured on the deputies’ body-worn cameras, the sheriff’s office said. Five deputies were placed on critical incident leave, which is standard protocol.

February 27, 2024, 5:39pm Clark County News

Investigators said Tuesday they have submitted evidence to the Washington State Patrol Crime Lab they seized from the Brush Prairie property where Clark County sheriff’s deputies fatally shot a man. Read story

ZoomInfo, formerly DiscoverOrg, is based in Vancouver.

Vancouver tech company ZoomInfo proposes settlement of up to $29 million in ‘right to publicity’ lawsuits

ZoomInfo, formerly DiscoverOrg, is based in Vancouver.

February 27, 2024, 4:59pm Business

Vancouver tech company ZoomInfo disclosed to investors Monday the company has proposed settling putative class-action lawsuits for an estimated $26 million to $29 million. Read story

Vancouver City Manager Eric Holmes, right, walks with U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, center, during a Feb. 13 tour of the Vancouver waterfront.

Longtime Vancouver city manager will retire in October

Vancouver City Manager Eric Holmes, right, walks with U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, center, during a Feb. 13 tour of the Vancouver waterfront.

February 27, 2024, 4:47pm Clark County News

After 14 years as Vancouver city manager, Eric Holmes is retiring. His last day will be Oct. 11. Read story

Tents line the sidewalk outside of Share House in October in Vancouver.

City forgives $15,000 of loan Share Vancouver stopped paying on in 2010

Tents line the sidewalk outside of Share House in October in Vancouver.

February 27, 2024, 2:18pm Clark County News

The Vancouver City Council on Monday forgave $15,000 of a $25,000 loan that homeless organization Share received in 1999. Still, some councilors voiced concerns about why Share stopped making payments on the loan in 2010. Read story

FILE - The Space Needle is seen in view of still-standing but now defunct stacks at a steel plant in Seattle on Feb. 25, 2016. A conservative-backed effort to repeal Washington state&#039;s landmark carbon pricing program and tax on the sale of stocks and bonds is putting the budget into limbo, with billions of dollars at stake and just days left in this year&#039;s Legislative session.

Effort to repeal Washington’s landmark carbon program puts budget in limbo with billions at stake

FILE - The Space Needle is seen in view of still-standing but now defunct stacks at a steel plant in Seattle on Feb. 25, 2016. A conservative-backed effort to repeal Washington state&#039;s landmark carbon pricing program and tax on the sale of stocks and bonds is putting the budget into limbo, with billions of dollars at stake and just days left in this year&#039;s Legislative session.

February 27, 2024, 2:02pm Latest News

A conservative-backed effort to repeal Washington state’s landmark carbon pricing program and tax on the sale of stocks and bonds is putting the budget into limbo, with billions of dollars at stake and just days left in this year’s Legislative session. Read story

Evergreen Public Schools superintendent John Boyd is at the center of controversy about the district's communication with parents in the wake of a shooting connected to Evergreen High School last week.

Evergreen Public Schools to cut up to $20 million from budget with details to come at tonight’s meeting

Evergreen Public Schools superintendent John Boyd is at the center of controversy about the district's communication with parents in the wake of a shooting connected to Evergreen High School last week.

February 27, 2024, 1:35pm Clark County News

Evergreen Public Schools is expecting to cut between $16 million and $20 million from its budget for the 2024-2025 school year, according to the district’s website. Read story

The angel Moroni statue sits atop the Salt Lake City temple during the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints&#039; conference in Salt Lake City.

First Latter-Day Saints temple in Clark County will be built in Camas

The angel Moroni statue sits atop the Salt Lake City temple during the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints&#039; conference in Salt Lake City.

February 27, 2024, 10:44am Churches & Religion

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced the location of a 43,000-square-foot, multistory temple to be built in Camas. Read story

Clark County elections worker Greg Talbert loads ballots into a ballot bag Nov. 8, 2022, at Fisher's Landing Transit Center.

If WA doesn’t require party affiliation when voting, why is my ballot asking for my party?

Clark County elections worker Greg Talbert loads ballots into a ballot bag Nov. 8, 2022, at Fisher's Landing Transit Center.

February 27, 2024, 7:35am Election

The presidential primary is fast approaching, with ballots being delivered now for the March 12 voting deadline. Read story