6 hrs ago
Vancouver Winter Brewfest kicks off 2nd year
Expect more brewers, more time for tasting and more beer-loving revelers when the second annual Vancouver Winter Brewfest kicks off today at 3 p.m. a When: 3 to 10 p.m. Friday; noon to 10 p.m. Saturday; noon to 8 p.m. Sunday.
10 hrs ago
LAPD to on-duty officers: Buckle up
Clark County sheriff's Sgt. Fred Neiman was driving near China Ditch in 1990 when a driver ran a stop sign and T-boned his patrol car.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Unemployment benefits will end for many
The state Employment Security Department said Thursday an estimated 25,000 jobless workers, including 1,007 in Clark County, will get cut off from unemployment insurance benefits when a federal program ends on Dec. 28. Currently, up to 63 weeks of jobless benefits are available in Washington state, including 26 weeks of regular benefits and 37 ... (more)
Newcomers flocking to Clark County
Sheryl and Michael Hendrix moved to a Clark County rental home in June while having a 3,800-square-foot home built in the Prune Hill area of Camas.
Clark County retail sales up 9.7% in 2Q
A customer walks past building products at a Home Depot store in Nashville, Tenn., in August 2012.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Vancouver ice sends many sliding off roads
They've been busy with broken water pipes, people falling on the ice and dozens of car crashes.
Vancouver area school closures: Evergreen, Vancouver school districts closed Wednesday
Several school districts in Clark County have closed Wednesday, including Vancouver, Evergreen, La Center and Washougal.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Records for Benton's hire prompt lawsuit
A Vancouver man has filed a lawsuit against Clark County, saying it's stonewalling his public records request for documents related to the hiring of state Sen. Don Benton, R-Vancouver, as the county's director of environmental services.
Same-Sex Marriage Anniversary An Economic Boost For Washington
Kevin Fullen and Myke Smith, of Renton, were customers of wedding planner Jenny Harding.
Updated Icy roads close, delay Clark County schools
Icy roads and inclement weather have led to some Clark County schools to close or start later than usual, but as of 7 a.m. the Washington State Patrol reports no major traffic issues in the area.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Manager suspected of thefts from roofing firm
A Tigard, Ore., man appeared Monday in Clark County Superior Court on suspicion of stealing more than $150,000 from a Vancouver roofing company through identity theft, forgery and money-laundering.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Planning ahead can cut back on holiday waste
Starting the week of Thanksgiving through mid-January, Clark County residents generate more than 500 additional tons of garbage compared to other 10-week stretches of the year, said Josy Wright, waste reduction manager for Waste Connections.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Walk & Knock: Giving together
The Clark County Food Bank will continue to take donations at its drop-off box at 6502 N.E. 47th Ave., Vancouver.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Capell will become the next Camas city administrator
Camas Mayor Scott Higgins said Peter S. Capell, current Clark County public works director, has been given a conditional offer of employement, pending reference and background checks.
Updated VPS schools open despite robocall error
Confusion over whether Vancouver Public Schools would have a snow day today was complicated when a robocall was accidentally sent out to some parents.
Updated Snow causing crashes, school delays in Clark County
Hockinson schools are on a two hour delay and Battle Ground schools were delayed two and a half hours with no morning kindergarten or preschool.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Washington State Department of Health
Washington same sex couples: follow-up data report released
It's the one year anniversary of the state's same sex marriage law, and the latest statistics shows same sex couples made up 17 percent of marriages in Washington in that time.
Clark County child diagnosed with measles
The elementary school-aged child contracted the highly contagious respiratory disease after coming into contact with someone in Portland who had the disease.
Keeping spirits bright for local seniors
Loneliness and poor health are linked, according to several scientific studies. For example, the University of San Francisco recently found that people 60 and older who reported feeling lonely saw a 45 percent increase in their risk for death.
'It's him. He died.' Washington woman unknowingly tweets husband's death
Caran Johnson is known locally for tweeting about Clark County traffic by the handle @ScanCouver .