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The city of Vancouver has officially decided to acquire a new headquarters for the Vancouver Police Department. The building is located at 521 Chkalov Drive, formerly the call center for Wells Fargo.

Vancouver City Council OKs new building for police

The city of Vancouver has officially decided to acquire a new headquarters for the Vancouver Police Department. The building is located at 521 Chkalov Drive, formerly the call center for Wells Fargo.

October 28, 2019, 9:40pm Clark County News

Vancouver is officially moving forward with the acquisition of a new headquarters for its police department, concluding several months of negotiations aimed at helping the department keep up with the city’s steady population growth. Read story

Vancouver City Manager Eric Holmes listens to council deliberations during a city council work session on Monday. Holmes is the highest-paid city employee in the greater Portland metro area.

Vancouver City Manager Holmes highest-paid city employee in Portland area

Vancouver City Manager Eric Holmes listens to council deliberations during a city council work session on Monday. Holmes is the highest-paid city employee in the greater Portland metro area.

October 16, 2019, 6:04am Clark County News

Vancouver City Manager Eric Holmes is the highest-paid city employee in the greater Portland metro area. Read story

Protesters dropped hundreds of fake prescription bottles of OxyContin during a demonstration last month in front of Purdue Pharma headquarters in Stamford, Conn. Purdue is the manufacturer of OxyContin.

Vancouver joins county, others in filing lawsuit

Protesters dropped hundreds of fake prescription bottles of OxyContin during a demonstration last month in front of Purdue Pharma headquarters in Stamford, Conn. Purdue is the manufacturer of OxyContin.

October 15, 2019, 9:53pm Clark County News

Clark County and Vancouver have joined the thousands of municipalities across the country suing for damages wrought by opioids. Read story

Vancouver City Council Pos. 6 candidates Sarah Fox, left, and Jeanne Stewart participate in a League of Women Voters candidate forum at the Vancouver Community Library on Wednesday, Oct. 9. The candidates answered questions on A Stronger Vancouver, effective use of the Navigation Center and roadside blights.

Vancouver City Council candidates parse priorities at forum

Vancouver City Council Pos. 6 candidates Sarah Fox, left, and Jeanne Stewart participate in a League of Women Voters candidate forum at the Vancouver Community Library on Wednesday, Oct. 9. The candidates answered questions on A Stronger Vancouver, effective use of the Navigation Center and roadside blights.

October 9, 2019, 10:35pm Clark County News

Candidates in the upcoming general election faced off at a forum hosted by the League of Women Voters of Clark County on Wednesday evening, making their case to voters and parsing through their top priorities. Read story

Vancouver City Council chambers.

Vancouver sues opioid producers, suppliers

Vancouver City Council chambers.

October 4, 2019, 6:10pm Clark County News

The city of Vancouver filed a lawsuit against major opioid producers and suppliers this week, joining a growing list of cities seeking restitution for the drug’s impact on their communities. Read story

Ty Stober, Vancouver City Council Position 5 incumbent, left, and David Regan, candidate for Vancouver City Council Position 5, right, speak with The Columbian's Editorial Board on Wednesday.

In race for Position 5, Stober and Regan offer visions for Vancouvervideo icon

Ty Stober, Vancouver City Council Position 5 incumbent, left, and David Regan, candidate for Vancouver City Council Position 5, right, speak with The Columbian's Editorial Board on Wednesday.

September 27, 2019, 6:00am Clark County Politics

The two candidates running for Vancouver City Council Position 5 sat down with The Columbian’s Editorial Board this week to make their pitch for why they’d be the best fit to lead the city. Read story

Vancouver City Council chambers.

Vancouver eyes task force to diversify city council

Vancouver City Council chambers.

September 23, 2019, 9:34pm Clark County News

The city of Vancouver might establish a task force dedicated to improving diversity and representation among city councilors. Read story

Vancouver City Council chambers.

Outreach work identifies biggest worry in Vancouver: homelessness

Vancouver City Council chambers.

September 16, 2019, 10:22pm Clark County News

Among the major issues facing Vancouver, residents are most worried about homelessness. Read story

The Vancouver City Council is weighing a proposal to divide the city into electoral districts. The council might put the issue before voters in 2020.

Vancouver City Council shelves electoral districts

The Vancouver City Council is weighing a proposal to divide the city into electoral districts. The council might put the issue before voters in 2020.

August 26, 2019, 9:41pm Clark County News

A proposal that would divide Vancouver into electoral districts is shelved but not dead. City councilors may move forward with a tentative plan to put the question before voters in the 2020 general election. Read story

Commuters pass by a row of parked SPIN electric scooters May 17 on Southwest Naito Parkway in downtown Portland.  (Bryan M.

Vancouver closer to embracing e-scooters

Commuters pass by a row of parked SPIN electric scooters May 17 on Southwest Naito Parkway in downtown Portland.  (Bryan M.

August 19, 2019, 9:54pm Clark County News

A fleet of pay-as-you-go, public electric scooters in Vancouver scooched closer to reality Monday afternoon when the city council agreed it’s interested in the possibility, at least on a trial basis. Read story