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Vancouver man gets 11 years in prison for 2023 assault against former wife, her new boyfriend

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June 12, 2024, 5:28pm Clark County News

A Vancouver man was sentenced to more than 11 years in prison for strangling his former wife and beating her new boyfriend in April 2023. Read story

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Ridgefield man pleads guilty to federal drug trafficking charges

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June 12, 2024, 5:04pm Clark County News

A Ridgefield man connected to a white supremacist prison gang pleaded guilty Wednesday to drug and gun crimes in federal court. He admitted in his plea agreement to creating a distribution network of fentanyl pills to Alaska. Read story

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Vancouver police fatally shot a man near the Vancouver waterfront; it started with an aggressive dog call

Police lights flash on the roof of a Vancouver police vehicle.

June 10, 2024, 2:56pm Clark County News

Vancouver police fatally shot a man Saturday afternoon near the waterfront after responding to a call about an aggressive dog. Read story

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Vancouver police fatally shoot man near Columbia River

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June 8, 2024, 7:08pm Clark County News

A Vancouver police officer fatally shot a man on Saturday afternoon near the Columbia River waterfront after responding to a call about an aggressive dog who had bitten at least one person. Read story

Maryhill Museum of Art founder Sam Hill built this full-scale replica of Stonehenge, the prehistoric stone site in England, to protest war and remember Klickitat County&rsquo;s losses in World War I.

What’s on display at Southwest Washington museums this summer?

Maryhill Museum of Art founder Sam Hill built this full-scale replica of Stonehenge, the prehistoric stone site in England, to protest war and remember Klickitat County&rsquo;s losses in World War I.

June 8, 2024, 6:13am Clark County Life

It’s tempting to make summer the season for setting your instincts on “fun” and your brain on “snooze.” But there’s no reason learning and leisure can’t go hand in hand, even when the sun is shining. Read story

Rene Hanson, from left, joins Angel Ristau and her mom, Jenn Ristau, on the steps of the Clark County Courthouse after Michael Murrah, the estranged husband of their friend, Star Murrah, was found not guilty by reason of insanity Thursday in her 2021 killing. All three women were close friends of Star Murrah&rsquo;s, and the 45-year-old was Angel Ristau&rsquo;s godmother. &ldquo;She was like a second mom,&rdquo; she said.

Vancouver man acquitted in stabbing death of estranged wife Star Murrah when judge rules he’s criminally insane

Rene Hanson, from left, joins Angel Ristau and her mom, Jenn Ristau, on the steps of the Clark County Courthouse after Michael Murrah, the estranged husband of their friend, Star Murrah, was found not guilty by reason of insanity Thursday in her 2021 killing. All three women were close friends of Star Murrah&rsquo;s, and the 45-year-old was Angel Ristau&rsquo;s godmother. &ldquo;She was like a second mom,&rdquo; she said.

June 6, 2024, 6:03pm Clark County News

A man who stabbed his estranged wife to death in 2021 was acquitted by reason of insanity Thursday, leading to outcry from her loved ones, who said the system failed her. Read story

Artist Benji Todd looks over the new mural highlighting pedestrian safety he created in downtown Vancouver.

Safety is the word on the street at West 11th and Esther in downtown Vancouver

Artist Benji Todd looks over the new mural highlighting pedestrian safety he created in downtown Vancouver.

June 3, 2024, 6:06am Clark County News

The intersection of Esther and West 11th streets in downtown Vancouver received a makeover recently — a colorful mural of blue and green hues to prompt drivers to slow down and watch out for neighbors. Read story

Genevieve Fisher of Vancouver takes a break May 16 in front of the house she purchased with her mother that provides shelter for people dealing with mental health issues and chronic homelessness.

Neighbors want city of Vancouver to close home for mentally ill, chronically homeless

Genevieve Fisher of Vancouver takes a break May 16 in front of the house she purchased with her mother that provides shelter for people dealing with mental health issues and chronic homelessness.

June 1, 2024, 6:02am Clark County News

Neighbors of a Fruit Valley home for mentally ill and chronically homeless people have banded together to try to convince the city of Vancouver to shut it down. They say the home’s unsupervised residents have become a nuisance. The owner of the home says the alternative for the residents is… Read story

La Bottega manager and sommelier Alisha Judge, at right, instructs Sienna Gehl, a server.

‘Bottega needs to evolve again’: Italian restaurant in Vancouver gets new owners

La Bottega manager and sommelier Alisha Judge, at right, instructs Sienna Gehl, a server.

May 24, 2024, 6:05am Business

Vancouver may be growing and changing, but it still operates like a small town. Rumors of La Bottega being sold hit social media groups faster than owner Lisa Dougherty could reach out to The Columbian to explain the future for this popular Italian restaurant, deli and marketplace. Read story

A fire at Lincoln Place left a person with severe burns Thursday morning.

Fire at Lincoln Place in downtown Vancouver injures resident

A fire at Lincoln Place left a person with severe burns Thursday morning.

May 23, 2024, 5:18pm Clark County News

One person was hospitalized for severe burns after a fire early Thursday morning at Lincoln Place apartments in downtown Vancouver. Read story