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Construction continues Thursday morning at Laurel Manor, a low-income senior apartment building in Vancouver. The four-story, 82-unit building is midway through construction, and officials hope to be ready to open the doors around the end of the year.

How much has Washington state spent on housing in the past decade?

Construction continues Thursday morning at Laurel Manor, a low-income senior apartment building in Vancouver. The four-story, 82-unit building is midway through construction, and officials hope to be ready to open the doors around the end of the year.

May 21, 2024, 2:21pm Latest News

For much of the past decade, the amount of money Washington lawmakers dedicated to housing and homelessness programs grew gradually, climbing from around $200 million to $400 million in each two-year budget between 2013 and 2021. Read story

Filing week for the August primary in Clark County ended Friday.

Filing week ends in sprint as candidates file for primary races in Clark County

Filing week for the August primary in Clark County ended Friday.

May 10, 2024, 7:58pm Latest News

Friday marked the final day of filing week for local primary races in Clark County with a flurry of last-second additions to the ballot. Read story

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Cleveland gets challenger for 49th Legislative District Senate seat; same for McClintock’s 18th Legislative District House seat

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May 9, 2024, 6:24pm Clark County News

Two previously undeclared candidates Thursday filed paperwork with the Clark County Elections office to run for the state Legislature. Read story

Washington Republicans wrestle with realities of a redrawn political map

May 8, 2024, 6:16pm Northwest

Republican state lawmakers on Tuesday renewed their grievances with a court-ordered redistricting that’s reshaped Washington’s political landscape in a way that threatens to be unfavorable for the Grand Old Party in this year’s elections. Read story

These individuals are leaving office this year. Top row (l-r) Jay Inslee, Andy Billig, Frank Chopp, Lynda Wilson, Sam Hunt, Mike Padden, Karen Keiser. Bottom row (l-r) Ann Rivers, Mike Kreidler, J.T. Wilcox, Spencer Hutchins, Joel Kretz, Gina Mosbrucker, Bruce Chandler.

No matter the election results, 2024 will be a big year for turnover in Olympia

These individuals are leaving office this year. Top row (l-r) Jay Inslee, Andy Billig, Frank Chopp, Lynda Wilson, Sam Hunt, Mike Padden, Karen Keiser. Bottom row (l-r) Ann Rivers, Mike Kreidler, J.T. Wilcox, Spencer Hutchins, Joel Kretz, Gina Mosbrucker, Bruce Chandler.

May 7, 2024, 7:38am Clark County Politics

Washington’s state government is in for much change this election season due to officeholders leaving and pursuing new political posts. Read story

Clark County seeks feedback on climate planning

May 7, 2024, 6:00am Clark County News

Clark County is seeking community input on planning for climate change. Read story

Hannah Joy, candidate for Legislature (Contributed photo)

Carson Republican Hannah Joy to seek 17th Legislative District House seat, Position 2

Hannah Joy, candidate for Legislature (Contributed photo)

May 1, 2024, 6:07am Clark County News

Carson Republican Hannah Joy announced last week she is again running to represent the 17th Legislative District, Position 1, in the state House of Representatives. Read story

Marla Keethler, Candidate for state Senate (Contributed photo)

White Salmon Mayor Marla Keethler to run for state Senate seat

Marla Keethler, Candidate for state Senate (Contributed photo)

April 26, 2024, 6:02am Clark County News

Marla Keethler, mayor of White Salmon and a career sports producer, announced her candidacy for state Senate in Washington’s newly redrawn 17th Legislative District on Thursday. Read story

High-capacity rifle magazines are removed from display at Freddie Bear Sports on Jan. 11, 2023 in Tinley Park, Illinois, after legislation banning the sale of rifle magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds and pistol magazines capable of holding more than 15 rounds as well as several guns classified as assault weapons, in Illinois.

High-capacity gun magazines stay illegal in Washington, court commissioner rules

High-capacity rifle magazines are removed from display at Freddie Bear Sports on Jan. 11, 2023 in Tinley Park, Illinois, after legislation banning the sale of rifle magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds and pistol magazines capable of holding more than 15 rounds as well as several guns classified as assault weapons, in Illinois.

April 25, 2024, 5:24pm Latest News

High-capacity magazines, those holding more than 10 bullets, will remain illegal to buy or sell in Washington, while the state appeals a lower-court ruling that found the ban unconstitutional, the state Supreme Court commissioner ruled Thursday. Read story

Washington State Public Disclosure Commission discusses AI, money in politics at monthly event in Vancouver

April 25, 2024, 6:00am Clark County News

The Washington State Public Disclosure Commission held its regular monthly meeting Wednesday at the Hilton Vancouver Washington as part of an ongoing effort to do more outreach throughout the state. Read story