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A suspect in a April armed robbery is seen in survalince footage.

Arrest made in armed robberies going back to April; Vancouver man faces robbery, assault charges

A Vancouver man was arrested Friday after a string of similar armed robberies going back to April, the Clark County Sheriff’s Office said in a press release
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The Vancouver School of Arts and Academics is pictured May 1, 2020.

Vancouver Schools of Arts and Academics will limit cellphones in classrooms; district could follow suit as it looks at issue this summer

The Vancouver School of Arts and Academics sent out a notice to families last week that it will adopt a new policy to limit classroom cellphone use next school year.
HP&rsquo;s current Vancouver facility is in the Columbia Tech Center. The technology company has been a major employer in Clark County since the dawn of inkjet printing.

HP looks ahead to a new Vancouver campus, innovative AI and printing technologies

Vancouver’s new HP campus is moving forward as the company takes steps to embrace innovative technologies globally.
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Outsiders Inn Safe Stay location No. 3 opens at 415 W. 11th St., in downtown Vancouver.

Vancouver made homelessness response a ‘clear priority’ with emergency declaration

It’s been eight months since the Vancouver City Council declared homelessness to be a civil emergency. City officials say the decision has ramped up the city’s response.
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As we approach the summer cookout season, all eyes are on grocery prices. Food prices are higher than a year ago but have eased over the past couple months.

Inflation still pinching Clark County, but residents may feel some relief heading into summer months

Summer brings such joys as cookouts, trips, shopping and eating out with family and friends. How will prices for these summer treats compare with last…


A for sale sign stands outside a home on April 3 in Denver.

U.S. mortgage rates drop below 7 percent for first time since March

U.S. mortgage rates declined below 7 percent last week for the first time since March, spurring back-to-back increases in financing applications for home purchases.



State bar looks for solutions as legal deserts worsen in rural Washington

Feet up on his desk, leaning back in his chair in this small Palouse farm town, Rusty McGuire said he has a “boring office practice.”

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Cleveland Guardians' Daniel Schneemann, runs past Seattle Mariners catcher Cal Raleigh to score during the sixth inning of a baseball game Wednesday, June 19, 2024, in Cleveland.

Guardians blank Mariners 8-0 in battle of division leaders

Tanner Bibee struck out a career-high 12 in six innings, Josh Naylor homered twice and had four RBIs, and the Cleveland Guardians beat the Seattle…


Antonio Valle, left, and wife, Brenda, stand for a photo after an interview with The Associated Press in Los Angeles, Tuesday, June 18, 2024. Both were born in Mexico. Antonio Valle has been a U.S. citizen since 2001. Brenda Valle came to the U.S. with her family when she was 3 years old and will now be eligible for legal status under Biden&rsquo;s new plan. She is a DACA recipient and has worried every two years whether it would get renewed. Their sons are U.S. citizens. (AP Photo/Jae C.

Immigrant families rejoice over Biden’s expansive move toward citizenship, while some are left out

Hundreds of thousands of immigrants had reason to rejoice when President Joe Biden unveiled a highly expansive plan to extend legal status to spouses of…

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Eight Cow Creamery in Ridgefield mixes an base from Alpenrose with local delicacies.

7 stellar spots to get ice cream this summer around Clark County

Salt & Straw’s arrival at the Vancouver waterfront was cool, but competition for the best ice cream in Clark County is just beginning to heat…

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