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A jury has convicted a Vancouver, Wash., man of attempted murder, kidnapping and robbery in a November 2012 attack on a Beaverton, Ore., man.
Police say a wrong-way driver crashed head-on with another car on northbound Interstate 5 near the Battle Ground Exit on Feb. 28. VANCOUVER, Wash.
Has the stress at work been getting to you? Is it time for a spontaneous getaway before you spontaneously combust ? Here are three quick ideas to help get you down the road this weekend: Friday-Sunday, March 14-16; Saturday expo 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at Blaine Middle School and Blaine School Performing Arts Center, 975 H St., Blaine; ... (more)
Vancouver Mayor Tim Leavitt had harsh words for two unnamed state senators today during his State of the City address.
ACCOUNTING Perkins & Co., Portland's largest locally owned public accounting firm, is opening a business office in the Bank of America building in downtown Vancouver, Wash.
Michael Couch, Vancouver, and an honor graduate of Everest College-Portland, received the college's 2013 Dream Award.
The Washington state men's gymnastics championship meet is coming to Clark County for the first time in more than 20 years.
Rolling Stone magazine touted "The Winding Stream," a documentary by Vancouver director Beth Harrington, as one of the best music movies at the 2014 South By Southwest festival.
Vancouver police are investigating a rare coin shop in downtown Vancouver after people complained that they never received their purchases.
Niblock and Warner hold a photo collage of their mother and father, Luke and Laurie Snoey, when they were first married in the mid 1940s, while Warner's 1-year-old granddaughter, Lola, looks on.
Vancouver Mayor Tim Leavitt will return Wednesday to his Alma Mater, Fort Vancouver High School , to deliver the 2014 State of the City Address, "Our Vision.
When it rains it pours! That was the case Monday with widely scattered showers, some of which were frog stranglers.
We've said it before , and it gives us great pleasure to say it again: Portland's Columbia River Crossing highway megaproject is dead.
The U.S. agriculture and energy sectors might be facing a Jets and Sharks situation: Our railroad system just ain't big enough for the two of them! Unfortunately, this scenario is unlikely to involve a highly choreographed mambo dance-off , not that we wouldn't love to see Rex Tillerson's moves.
Deputy Bob Carder pivoted his body as he grasped a receiver, listening intently as the device beeped.
The Seattle area saw big gains in public transit ridership last year, as more people boarded buses, trains and subways nationally than at any time since the 1950s.