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For Nate Weeldreyer, the stakes are high this summer. In his Ridgefield Raptors debut Wednesday, Weeldreyer showed why he was once one of the state's... [Read More]
A barn being demolished to make way for a housing development in Ridgefield burned Wednesday afternoon. [Read More]
Top Pentagon leaders on Wednesday passionately defended the military's approach to addressing racism and extremism, pushing back against accusations by Republican lawmakers that the effor... [Read More]
A pedestrian bridge collapsed over a highway in the nation's capital on Wednesday, sending five people to the hospital. Traffic was expected to be snarled... [Read More]
With one week to go before the nationwide ban on evictions expires, the White House is acknowledging that the emergency pandemic protection will have to... [Read More]
Clark County Public Health is winding down its COVID-19 vaccination efforts. [Read More]
Candidates running for office in Vancouver gathered for an indoor, in-person community forum for the first time in more than a year Tuesday evening, sharing... [Read More]
Kara Winger, the former Vancouver resident and graduate of Skyview High School, will start her attempt to make the Tokyo Games in the women's javelin... [Read More]
A local lawmaker wants to condemn a city-owned park in Seattle with a large homeless encampment next to a courthouse and declare the area a... [Read More]
Mark Doumit, a respected former legislator for the 19th Legislative District and advocate for Washington's forests and rivers, died Monday at the age of 59. [Read More]
A Vancouver man was sentenced to two years in prison Wednesday for shooting at a car full of people, including his ex-girlfriend, as they drove... [Read More]
Hong Kong's sole remaining pro-democracy newspaper published its last edition Thursday after five editors and executives were arrested and millions of dollars in its assets... [Read More]
An airstrike hit a busy market in Ethiopia's northern Tigray village of Togoga on Tuesday and killed at least 51 people, according to health workers... [Read More]
A C-Tran bus crashed into a car Tuesday evening in Battle Ground, injuring two people, according to preliminary information from the Battle Ground Police Department. [Read More]
Forecasters have upgraded their warning for an unprecedented heat wave set to move into the region starting Friday, predicting dangerously hot temperatures as high as... [Read More]
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife director Kelly Susewind is scheduled to adopt 2021-2022 state salmon season fishing regulations at 3 p.m. Thursday, July 1. [Read More]
Trevor Story homered twice, German Márquez took a perfect game into the sixth inning and the Colorado Rockies beat the Seattle Mariners 5-2 on Wednesday... [Read More]
Utah Rep. John Curtis says he's tired of hearing that Republicans - his party colleagues - don't care about climate change or slowing global warming. [Read More]
Clark County recorded 16 new COVID-19 cases and three deaths on Wednesday as average daily case counts fall to levels not seen since last summer. [Read More]
In the chaotic, final hours of the Vietnam War, the U.S. evacuated thousands of South Vietnamese who supported the American mission and were at risk... [Read More]
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