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NASA astronaut Dr. Michael Barratt talks with students from Vancouver iTech Preparatory and Odyssey Middle School in Camas during an online session Thursday. organized by U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground.

Astronaut from Camas engages students in Q&A session on Artemis program, STEM

NASA astronaut Dr. Michael Barratt talks with students from Vancouver iTech Preparatory and Odyssey Middle School in Camas during an online session Thursday. organized by U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground.

October 15, 2020, 7:32pm Clark County News

What does zero gravity do to the human body? How much debris is floating in outer space? What does it smell like out there? Read story

WSU cancels spring break because of COVID worries

October 15, 2020, 12:32pm Latest News

Oct. 15--RICHLAND, Wa. -- WSU is canceling spring break as part of a change to its schedule for the next semester. Read story

Maia Espinoza, left, a candidate for Washington state Superintendent of Public Instruction, is challenging incumbent state superintendent Chris Reykdal, right, shown in an AP photo taken Oct. 2, 2020 in Olympia, Wash., in the upcoming November election. (Monica Marchetti/via AP) (AP Photo/Ted S.

COVID-19, sex ed define Washington race for education chiefvideo icon

Maia Espinoza, left, a candidate for Washington state Superintendent of Public Instruction, is challenging incumbent state superintendent Chris Reykdal, right, shown in an AP photo taken Oct. 2, 2020 in Olympia, Wash., in the upcoming November election. (Monica Marchetti/via AP) (AP Photo/Ted S.

October 14, 2020, 6:28pm Clark County News

SEATTLE — The coronavirus pandemic and a controversial sex education mandate are casting a shadow over the race for Washington education chief in the November election. Read story

Aerial photo of the University of Washington campus (iStock.com)

UW weighs ‘harsher’ response to Greek Row COVID-19 outbreak

Aerial photo of the University of Washington campus (iStock.com)

October 14, 2020, 8:39am Latest News

The University of Washington could levy “harsher disciplinary actions” against UW’s Greek Row for a growing COVID-19 outbreak involving hundreds of students, UW officials said. Read story

Clark County COVID-19 activity at record-high levels in latest report

October 13, 2020, 12:09pm Clark County Health

Clark County has passed a milestone -- going the wrong way -- for school opening on Tuesday as its COVID-19 activity rate exceeded 100 for the first time. One new death was reported. Read story

Lylah Bloom, 6, plays outside during the after-school program at Firstenburg Community Center in Vancouver. Below, Cash Mendoza, 6, sports a cat mask at the after-school program at Firstenburg Community Center in Vancouver.

Vancouver Parks and Recreation after-school program popular

Lylah Bloom, 6, plays outside during the after-school program at Firstenburg Community Center in Vancouver. Below, Cash Mendoza, 6, sports a cat mask at the after-school program at Firstenburg Community Center in Vancouver.

October 13, 2020, 6:04am Clark County Health

When Vancouver Parks and Recreation staff announced they were opening their doors for after-school activities, they knew families would jump at the chance. They didn’t know quite how high demand would be. Read story

Clark County Public Health launched a dashboard that tracks COVID-19 cases in schools.

Clark County Public Health launches COVID-19 dashboard for area schools

Clark County Public Health launched a dashboard that tracks COVID-19 cases in schools.

October 12, 2020, 4:30pm Clark County Health

Clark County Public Health has launched an online dashboard for COVID-19 cases in local public and private K-12 schools. The webpage will be updated every Thursday. Read story

Washington state children with disabilities are left behind by remote learning

October 12, 2020, 10:30am Northwest

SEATTLE — Caroline’s son, a 17-year-old who has autism, finds peace in routine. Read story

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee takes part in an AP interview, Friday, Sept. 25, 2020, at the Governor's Mansion in Olympia, Wash. Inslee, a Democrat, is being challenged by Republican Loren Culp, police chief of the small town of Republic, Wash., in the Nov. 3 election. (AP Photo/Ted S.

Governor warns college students spreading the virus: ‘There will be consequences’

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee takes part in an AP interview, Friday, Sept. 25, 2020, at the Governor's Mansion in Olympia, Wash. Inslee, a Democrat, is being challenged by Republican Loren Culp, police chief of the small town of Republic, Wash., in the Nov. 3 election. (AP Photo/Ted S.

October 9, 2020, 8:24am Latest News

SPOKANE — Gov. Jay Inslee on Thursday again made a plea to college students : change or be ready for consequences. Read story

Data shows enrollment decline in Washington schools

October 8, 2020, 9:14am Latest News

TACOMA — Enrollment at public schools in Washington state has declined by about 31,000 students compared to last year, mostly because of the coronavirus pandemic, a report said. Read story