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Police say they've made an arrest after a man pepper-sprayed an area around the lobby of a Vancouver, Wash., medical clinic.
The Parks Foundation announced today the distribution of $33,325.00 in support of senior programs offered by Vancouver Parks and Recreation at the Rudy Luepke Senior Center.
Poverty activists and the Washington Low Income Housing Alliance are planning to rally at the state Capitol today in support of an expiring state law that they say has been a huge help in curtailing homelessness.
In our world of evolving technology, older people can learn from the young and vice versa, and learning is easier if everyone is on the same page.
Commissioners approved an emergency resolution Tuesday temporarily banning businesses where nude men or women dance.
Detectives are investigating whether the 6-year-old killed in a wrong-way crash Friday afternoon was wearing a seat belt.
The Marysville Strawberry Festival crowned its Senior and Junior Royalty Courts during its annual April Friesner Memorial Scholarship Pageant on Saturday, March 1, at its new venue in the Totem Middle School cafeteria.
While Pedro "Junior" Godinez Jr. allegedly forced Freddie Landstrom to drive around Vancouver at gunpoint, Landstrom spotted a patrol officer's vehicle somewhere on Mill Plain Boulevard.
Gov. Jay Inslee visited two Vancouver Public School buildings this morning to hear about programs for mentoring new teachers and improving the graduation rate.
The muddy water of the Willamette River mixes with the clearer Columbia River as the combined rivers flow past Vancouver's Frenchman's Bar Park .
It started with a photo of a tortoise with a doily on its shell, lead to a family joke and now Katie Bradley has sold more than 1,400 crocheted cozies for tortoises, turtles and even snails.
A BNSF Railway train hauls crude oil near Wolf Point, Mont., on Nov. 6. BNSF told a group of Clark County business leaders Tuesday, March 4 that safety is a primary concern of the company, saying it has spent millions on new oil rail tankers and track improvements.
Twelve-year-old Quincy Tuttle may plead guilty to charges related to accusations that he brought a handgun and ammunition to Vancouver's Frontier Middle School.
Teen Challenge was founded by a rural Pennsylvania preacher, David Wilkerson, in 1960.