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Sgt. Duncan Hoss says Washington state Transportation Department workers found the body while clearing brush on the west side of the freeway.
A driver who spent 12 hours trapped in the wreckage of her car with the corpse of a passenger who died after their vehicle tumbled down an embankment was rescued after a hitchhiker in Oregon heard her cries for help, authorities said on Tuesday.
Allen Ferrians, 70, told Skamania County sheriff's deputies that he stopped to use the restroom at the park and ride, adjacent to Highway 14 near Salmon Falls Road at about 5:30 p.m. after a day of fishing, according to the sheriff's office.
Arborists from Vancouver's Urban Forestry department will hold a free street tree pruning workshop Thursday to teach residents how to keep trees strong and healthy while meeting city clearance guidelines.
Brian Ingram of Arkansas found the only ransom money ever discovered from the legendary 1971 "D.B. Cooper" skyjacking.
Anticipating future water storage needs, the Vancouver City Council voted Monday to buy 12 acres from Sharp Electronics Corporation for a water reservoir.
An anchor recovered from Puget Sound north of Seattle and believed to be more than 200 years old has reached Texas A&M University for restoration.
James Sapp was pronounced dead Friday, almost 24 hours after jail deputies intervened during the suicide attempt.
The Vancouver police officer who reportedly shot a man during a disturbance Saturday night was identified as Christopher Douville, 29. Just before 11 p.m. Saturday, Vancouver police responded to a disturbance at a home, 16021 N.E. 37th, for a report of a man armed with a gun and threatening family members, according to police.
The Vancouver Major Crimes Unit is investigating after a woman was found deceased behind a Rose Village business early Saturday morning.
Oregon State Police say the hitchhiker was walking along Highway 101 Sunday night when he heard a cry for help and saw the wrecked vehicle about 40 feet down an embankment.
The International Longshore and Warehouse Union and the Pacific Maritime Association said in a joint statement Friday that they would engage in negotiations this week on a long-standing labor dispute with grain terminal operators in the Pacific Northwest.
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They slow up traffic, they rev their engines and they drink a lot of beer... all in plain sight of the Vancouver Police.
A man who was allegedly threatening members of his family with a gun was shot by a police officer late Saturday night.
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Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 02:39 am
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