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Clark County sets new record for COVID-19 cases over weekend

This illustration shows the 2019 Novel Coronavirus.

November 16, 2020, 12:26pm Clark County Health

Clark County set a new record for COVID-19 cases on Monday, reporting 310 new cases since Friday and rising numbers of active cases and hospitalizations. Read story

People waited in long lines for drive-through COVID-19 tests administered by OHSU at the Oregon Convention Center on Thurs., Nov. 12, 2020.

Here’s where Washington’s new COVID-19 rules are more lenient or strict than Oregon’s

People waited in long lines for drive-through COVID-19 tests administered by OHSU at the Oregon Convention Center on Thurs., Nov. 12, 2020.

November 16, 2020, 8:48am Latest News

Social, economic and cultural life in Washington will slow to a crawl at 11:59 p.m. Monday night, as Gov. Jay Inslee orders broad restrictions and shutdowns in an effort to slow the state’s burgeoning coronavirus epidemic. Read story

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown on Wednesday announced mask guidance for in-person instruction for the coming school year.

Panic-buying clears some Northwest shelves ahead of new coronavirus lockdown

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown on Wednesday announced mask guidance for in-person instruction for the coming school year.

November 16, 2020, 7:51am Latest News

PORTLAND — The toilet paper aisle at a Fred Meyer store in Happy Valley was bare on Saturday, the day after Gov. Kate Brown announced new restrictions to curb rising coronavirus cases that include capacity limits in grocery stores. Read story

Natalia Mendez cooks in the kitchen of La Morada, an award winning Mexican restaurant she co-owns with her family in South Bronx, Wednesday Oct. 28, 2020, in New York. After recovering from COVID-19 symptoms, the family raised funds to reopen the restaurant, which they also turned into a soup kitchen serving 650 meals daily.

South Bronx restaurant turns into soup kitchen to help poor

Natalia Mendez cooks in the kitchen of La Morada, an award winning Mexican restaurant she co-owns with her family in South Bronx, Wednesday Oct. 28, 2020, in New York. After recovering from COVID-19 symptoms, the family raised funds to reopen the restaurant, which they also turned into a soup kitchen serving 650 meals daily.

November 16, 2020, 6:00am Nation & World

NEW YORK — The special dish at La Morada, a small Mexican restaurant in the Bronx, varies from day to day: Perhaps it’s enfrijoladas, handmade tortillas covered with black bean sauce and pico de gallo. Or beef with a side salad. Read story

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee announced new statewide COVID-19 restrictions on Sunday. (Ted S.

New COVID-19 restrictions on dining, gyms in Washington

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee announced new statewide COVID-19 restrictions on Sunday. (Ted S.

November 15, 2020, 11:19am Editor's Choice

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Sunday announced new restrictions on businesses and social gatherings for the next four weeks as the state continues to combat a rising number of coronavirus cases. Read story

John Bruns and Heather Wendling look at a picture of their daughter, London. London died by suicide in September and the couple now spends their time raising awareness of teen suicide.

Pandemic, winter may add up to mental health crisis in Clark County

John Bruns and Heather Wendling look at a picture of their daughter, London. London died by suicide in September and the couple now spends their time raising awareness of teen suicide.

November 15, 2020, 6:05am Clark County Health

RIDGEFIELD — London Bruns’ parents don’t know exactly how to say what they want to say, but they mean to keep talking. Talking to the media, fellow parents, school groups, friends, strangers — anyone who will listen to their concerns about depression, suicide and the upcoming winter. Read story

Kim Schneiderman, the executive director of NAMI Southwest Washington, poses for a photo at the group's  location in Vancouver  in June 2019.

Staying healthy, happy during pandemic and beyond

Kim Schneiderman, the executive director of NAMI Southwest Washington, poses for a photo at the group's  location in Vancouver  in June 2019.

November 15, 2020, 6:00am Clark County Health

The coronavirus pandemic has added obstacles, but it hasn’t changed the things that make us happy and mentally healthy. Read story

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee announced new statewide COVID-19 restrictions on Sunday. (Ted S.

Inslee to ban indoor gatherings and dining, issue more COVID-19 restrictions for Washington, industry sources say

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee announced new statewide COVID-19 restrictions on Sunday. (Ted S.

November 14, 2020, 5:16pm Business

Gov. Jay Inslee will announce sweeping new restrictions Sunday to curb surging COVID-19 cases, including a ban on indoor social gatherings and indoor service at restaurants and bars, and sharp occupancy limits for retailers, according to industry officials briefed by the governor's staff. Read story

Dr. Philippe Montravers speaks with The Associated Press at the main entrance of the Bichat Hospital, in Paris on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2020. Montravers and the 150 doctors and nurses he leads have become experts about how to treat COVID-19. That knowledge is proving invaluable against a second deadly surge of the virus is again threatening to overwhelm European health systems.

Amid virus surge, Paris hospitals begin to see signs of hope

Dr. Philippe Montravers speaks with The Associated Press at the main entrance of the Bichat Hospital, in Paris on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2020. Montravers and the 150 doctors and nurses he leads have become experts about how to treat COVID-19. That knowledge is proving invaluable against a second deadly surge of the virus is again threatening to overwhelm European health systems.

November 14, 2020, 3:53pm Nation & World

PARIS (AP) — Dry-coughing as he pedals — a hack, hack, hack after-effect of his own personal battle with COVID-19 — the doctor cycles through the dark of pre-dawn Paris, speeding to a crisis meeting at his hospital where, way back in February, the disease carried away the first of… Read story

Danny Rice, 67, discusses the coronavirus in his auto repair shop in downtown Elmwood, Nebraska, on Monday, Nov. 9, 2020. Rice has continued his life as normal during the pandemic, even though he recognizes that the virus is potentially dangerous for high-risk people, including him.

Surging virus cases get a shrug in many Midwestern towns

Danny Rice, 67, discusses the coronavirus in his auto repair shop in downtown Elmwood, Nebraska, on Monday, Nov. 9, 2020. Rice has continued his life as normal during the pandemic, even though he recognizes that the virus is potentially dangerous for high-risk people, including him.

November 14, 2020, 2:34pm Nation & World

ELMWOOD, Neb. (AP) — Danny Rice has a good sense of how dangerous the coronavirus can be. Read story