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A federal civil-rights lawsuit has been filed against two Kent Police Department officers over the shooting death of a 20-year-old man following a police pursuit... [Read More]
The U.S. economy shrank at an even faster pace than initially estimated in the first three months of this year with economists continuing to expect... [Read More]
GRANTS PASS, Ore. — A 21-year-old Grants Pass woman has been charged with manslaughter after her 2-year-old son died in a car crash on... [Read More]
Oregon's COVID-19 cases hit a new milestone on Wednesday with the Oregon Health Authority reporting more than 4,000 residents have tested positive. [Read More]
Nearly half of Oregon jobless claims filed during the coronavirus outbreak have gone unpaid, the state disclosed Wednesday, significantly ratcheting up the scale of the... [Read More]
It was 77 degrees at 2 p.m. Wednesday, and the line of cars stretching from the parking kiosk at Frenchman's Bar Regional Park reached all... [Read More]
Lately we've all been learning that pandemic time feels different than normal time. Life seems slower to many people, even though we know time is... [Read More]
The most disappointing aspect of widespread fraud in Washington's unemployment benefits is that it has contributed to delays in legitimate payments. Many residents who have... [Read More]
Today marks 37 years since we reached a high temperature of 105 degrees in 1983. On that day it was so hot the southbound lanes... [Read More]
Taylor Swift's "City of Lover Concert" aired on ABC on May 17 at the most prime of times, following the season ending "American Idol." [Read More]
Although a survey found that the overall number of homeless people dropped 4 percent this year in Clark County, it found more people living without... [Read More]
Last week, President Donald Trump did what he does worst — he took to Twitter to type two tweets that threatened to withhold federal funds... [Read More]
After many reports nationally about meat packing plant employees contracting the virus, I wondered if Clark County Public Health ever thought about making a courtesy... [Read More]
The Vancouver Police Department is discontinuing its prescription delivery program. [Read More]
It is amazing that conservative values have remained as strong as they are in the United States. Liberal views are thrust at us continuously from... [Read More]
As 22 more COVID-19 cases were connected to the outbreak at Firestone Pacific Foods on Wednesday, Clark County Public Health and Firestone CEO Josh Hinerfeld... [Read More]
It was a day for the history books on Capitol Hill: For the first time, House lawmakers voted by proxy, an unprecedented move to avoid... [Read More]
Options include roundtrip hikes of three, four or the full 8.5 miles... [Read More]
Boeing is cutting more than 12,000 U.S. jobs through layoffs and buyouts as the coronavirus pandemic seizes the travel industry. And the aircraft maker says... [Read More]
A 33-year-old Chicago man appeared Wednesday in Clark County Superior Court to face allegations that he used a Vancouver man's identity in an attempt to... [Read More]
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