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A boy in Idaho is recovering after contracting plague, the first human case in the state in more than two decades, health officials say. [Read More]
Every time you go to the grocery store, it seems like there's a new type of milk. These milks come from animals, or vegetables or... [Read More]
The Clark County Sheriff's Office tweeted that deputies are on the scene of an officer-involved shooting north of Vancouver. [Read More]
It's official: Damon Casetta-Stubbs is a Seattle Mariner. The recent King's Way graduate who led the Knights to their first program 1A state baseball title... [Read More]
Sion E. Wilson, 19, appeared in Clark County Superior Court on Wednesday as the third suspect in a violent attempted murder and residential robbery near... [Read More]
A teen who shot upskirt videos of female students at Union High School and hacked into numerous social media accounts, sharing their private nude photos,... [Read More]
A homeless woman who attacked two women in a parking lot at Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center and tried to steal their purses and vehicles... [Read More]
The 2018 primary election is a mere 55 days away. As such we can expect the list of endorsements from local groups to steadily trickle... [Read More]
Justin Forsman has a message he wants to spread like wildfire. Forsman, former Vancouver City Council candidate and self-described political activist, is asking the community... [Read More]
SSocial Security and retirement go together like peanut butter and jelly — many people just can't have one without the other. [Read More]
While the state Supreme Court has lifted its jurisdiction over a long-running school-funding case, much work remains to ensure quality education for all Washington students. [Read More]
Heather Sinnott was alarmed, understandably, when a vehicle plowed through her neighbor's back fence a few years ago. Her house is next door, and she... [Read More]
A prized but unfinished restaurant on the Washougal waterfront is on its way to finding new life as an events center. [Read More]
In 1978, at age 28, I weighed 220 pounds. Too many burgers and fries? Not enough marathons? In 1979, in an attempt to get healthy,... [Read More]
With Thursday's ruling that the Legislature finally has done right by the public schools, the Washington Supreme Court seems to have satisfied most of those... [Read More]
We have seen an explosion of the homeless in Vancouver/Clark County. While some are there by choice, most are not. We have also seen the... [Read More]
For many years, the mantra for the Republican Party has been "family values." I remember seeing yard signs everywhere that just used those two words.... [Read More]
Even though the "artists" behind the graffiti in the Ape Cave probably had most of the night to throw up their tags, their art is... [Read More]
Daily our president unabashedly lies, creating continuing chaos that obfuscates the actions and behavior of his administration and surrogates. We forego political discussions with family... [Read More]
Carolyn Long told the guests at a recent campaign event for the 3rd Congressional District that she was saddened to hear that any given Democrat... [Read More]