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In-N-Out Burger sign in Camarillo, Calif., is seen at night.

In-N-Out proposes second Clark County location in east Vancouver

California fast-food chain In-N-Out has proposed a second restaurant in Clark County — this one at 13511 S.E. Third Way in east Vancouver, according to pre-planning documents submitted to the…
Clark County News
Land off Northeast 29th Avenue would be a site of a new school if Ridgefield bond measures pass.

Ridgefield school bonds failing, Camas EMS levy passing in Tuesday’s special election

Tuesday’s special election in Clark County yielded mixed results. Both Ridgefield schools measures are failing, while Camas’ emergency medical services levy is passing.
Schools
(Taylor Balkom/The Columbian files)

Vancouver renters could see relocation assistance, limits on fees and variable due dates in new city codes

Renters in Vancouver could see new protections in 2025 thanks to the city council.
Clark County News
James Turner opens the hood of his truck Wednesday at Vancouver Kiggins Village Safe Stay shelter. He used to sleep in the truck, but now he&rsquo;s moving into housing.

With help of Vancouver Safe Stay, former soldier who had lived in truck heads to complex for veterans

James Turner popped open the hood of his red Ford truck and checked the engine. Soon, he will hop in his truck — which used to be his only shelter…
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(Photo contributed by the Munro family)

Longtime Evergreen educator Scott Munro rehabilitating after brain injury

Every school has a few names and faces it wouldn’t be the same without: the cool teacher, the favorite substitute or the principal who’s been…

Business

Nicole Slemp, a new mother of seven-month-old William, pushes her son in his stroller past KinderCare, which is near the family&rsquo;s home Thursday, March 14, 2024 in Auburn, Wash. Slemp recently quit her job because she and her husband couldn&rsquo;t find child care they could afford. Expensive, scarce child care is putting Puget Sound parents out of work. (Ellen M.

America’s child care crisis is holding back moms without college degrees

After a series of lower-paying jobs, Nicole Slemp finally landed one she loved. She was a secretary for Washington’s child services department, a job that…

Northwest

Ex-Washington police officer wanted in 2 killings and kidnapping shoots, kills self in Oregon, police say

A former Washington state police officer wanted after killing two people, including his ex-wife, was found dead with a self-inflicted gunshot wound following a chase…

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Politics

Former US President Donald Trump, with lawyer Todd Blanche, left, attends his trial for allegedly covering up hush money payments linked to extramarital affairs, at Manhattan Criminal Court in New York City, Tuesday April 23, 2024. Before testimony resumes Tuesday, the judge will hold a hearing on prosecutors&rsquo; request to sanction and fine Trump over social media posts they say violate a gag order prohibiting him from attacking key witnesses. (Timothy A.

Trump could avoid trial this year on 2020 election charges. Is the hush money case a worthy proxy?

Former President Donald Trump faces serious charges in two cases over whether he attempted to subvert the Constitution by overturning the results of a fair…

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Members of the Vancouver Police Department respond to a call of a dead person suspected to have overdosed at a homeless encampment near Hazel Dell on April 4.  At top, Officer Cole Larson of the Vancouver Police Department confiscates a device for smoking fentanyl from a motorist while on patrol April 4.

People are staying homeless for longer than ever before in Clark County — experts say fentanyl is a factor

It was during cleanup of an encampment in east Vancouver two years ago that the city’s homeless response manager realized a dangerous shift had occurred.

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FILE - Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton makes a statement at his office, May 26, 2023, in Austin, Texas. Paxton is dropping a request for a Seattle hospital to hand over records regarding gender-affirming treatment potentially given to children from Texas as part of a lawsuit settlement announced Monday, April 22, 2024.

Seattle hospital won’t turn over gender-affirming care records in lawsuit settlement with Texas

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is dropping a request for a Seattle hospital to hand over records regarding gender-affirming treatment potentially given to children from…

Life

FILE - Kate Miller-Heidke of Australia performs during the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest semifinal in Tel Aviv, Israel, May 14, 2019. The 68th Eurovision Song Contest is taking place in May in Malm&ouml;, Sweden. It will see acts from 37 countries vie for the continent&rsquo;s pop crown. Founded in 1956, Eurovision is a feelgood extravaganza that strives to banish international strife and division. It&rsquo;s known for songs that range from anthemic to extremely silly, often with elaborate costumes and spectacular staging.

From pop to politics, what to know as Sweden prepares for the 2024 Eurovision Song Contest

It’s springtime in Europe — time for the annual blossoming of spectacle and sound known as the Eurovision Song Contest.

Nation / World

Republican presidential candidate and former President Donald Trump talks to reporters at Manhattan state court in New York, Monday, April 23, 2024.

Tabloid publisher says he pledged to be Trump campaign’s ‘eyes and ears’ during 2016 race

A veteran tabloid publisher testified Tuesday that he pledged to be Donald Trump 's “eyes and ears" during his 2016 presidential campaign, recounting how he promised the…

Economic Forecast &#8211; March 2024

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Opinion

April 24: University Antisemitism

Editorial Cartoons for Week of April 22

In Our View: Stuebe campaign raises candidate eligibility issues

Crisp: Sleepwalking into civil war

Letter: Anti-vaxxers ignore risks

Letter: Railroad ignores environment

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